A local non-profit is celebrating 20 years of service of helping bay area youth with life-changing programs.
This year has been unforgettable with the novel coronavirus outbreak, and for families, it has provided an opportunity to reconnect, but it can eventually get tough if parents run out of ideas to entertain the kids.
An innovative exhibit is now showing at Florida Craft Art in St. Petersburg.
Four months of being shut down is taking its toll on Florida bars. Owners, servers and bartenders are all feeling the economic pinch. Musicians who play in those bars are suffering too.
For more information about the Owl's Nest Sanctuary for Wildlife in Odessa, visit https://www.owlsnestsanctuaryforwildlife.com/
Emergency planners in Hillsborough County voted Monday to extend the countywide mask order for another seven days as Florida continues to set new records for coronavirus cases.
Researchers are making a nationwide call for volunteers in a COVID-19 vaccine trial and some facilities in Florida are among those signing up volunteers for clinical studies.
When Pinellas County schools reopen for the first time in nearly five months, things will look and feel a lot different for students and staff. Everyone will be required to wear masks or face coverings, classrooms will be rearranged and even school buses will have a new way to get on and off.
The last day to apply for federal grants to anyone in Polk County struggling financially because of the pandemic is Friday, July 10.
For those in Hillsborough County who still need a face mask, they can get one for free.
As soon as the Manatee County mega food pantry opens, the need can be seen.
Crop Juice is a cold-press juice company in Sarasota. The company started seven years ago when owner Karen Odierna started testing out leafy green juice.
Landmarks are a source of pride for locals and a destination for others. Like the Space Needle in Seattle or the Gateway Arch of St. Louis, the Pier is a visual representation of St. Petersburg's identity and its history.
The FDA has issued a warning about dangerous hand sanitizers that contain poison. The agency says there’s been a sharp increase in products that test positive for the toxic contaminant methanol.
After Nadine Noky finished five years in the Army, she noticed a lack of clothing and merchandise tailored to female veterans. That became her new mission.
The new St. Pete Pier isn't the first of its kind. The landmark has played an integral part in the city -- even before it became a city.
A new program sponsored by the Florida Alzheimer's Association and the Department of Elder Affairs provides seniors with robotic dogs, cats or an mp3 player.
The Fourth of July holiday weekend is typically one of the busiest in the year at Tampa International Airport, but as more people decide to stay home this year over safety concerns, you can expect travel numbers to be down significantly.
A consistent line of cars, stacks of boxes, and groups of volunteers made for a lot of activity in the parking lot of the University of South Florida's Yuengling Center Wednesday afternoon.
CareerSource Tampa Bay launched a new program Wednesday aimed at helping as many as 2,100 people in Hillsborough County get back to work.