This week in Florida's news, alligators enjoy turkey day and dogs make their own paths in life.
You can chop down your own Florida Christmas tree at Ergle's Christmas Tree Farm -- or choose one that was shipped from another part of the country.
Visiting the Ergle Christmas Tree Farm has been a tradition for many in the Bay Area.
According to the Inland Bird Banding Association, the bird shows apparent bilateral gynandromorphism, a rare abnormality that causes it to have female plumage on one side of its body, and male on the other.
A 5-year-old boy from Michigan lovingly invited his whole kindergarten classmates to witness the big day.
A Tampa teacher is being recognized for his creative approach to education.
KK Quah teaches principles of engineering at Tampa Prep and his story is What's Right With Tampa Bay
Get ready to play in the snow -- without leaving the Sunshine State! Florida's first and only snow park is slated to open next year, developers announced Thursday.
Central Pasco & Gulf Railroad are hosting their annual Christmas open house the next two weekends. These are miniature trains, but big enough to ride. Unlimited train rides through scenic Crews Lake Wilderness Park. They encourage you to bring your camera to take pictures with Santa Claus at the North Pole.
Robert Larche moved to Largo around 20 years ago from Canada -- and wanted to give back to the community somehow.
Bob Larche says he feels like he has done a good day's work as a volunteer with the Largo Police Department. He loves his city and is grateful to have a hand in protecting it -- for 20 years.
From providing food and clothing to assisting with job applications and housing, the Daystar Life Center offers many services to help people get back on their feet.
Daystar Life Center has been called a blessing. Their mission is to provide clothing, food and basic necessities for those in need.
This season, we're focusing on a wide variety of Tampa Bay area charities that make a difference in our community. Here's where you can learn more about each charity and how you can help.
There’s plenty of creativity at the Disco Dolls Studio on North Florida Avenue in Tampa. The business was started by two sisters and a college friend of theirs, and can only be described as one part salon, one part art studio -- they’ll do your hair and design your clothes.
As the sun begins to rise at the Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks, divers prepares for a 10-mile trip off the coast of Pinellas County. The 40-minute trip gives you time to pause and reflect on what you’re about to see.
Right along Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard, one store in particular becomes quite busy during the holiday season.
This Clearwater store is an annual visit for Charley. Robert's Christmas Wonderland has been in business for 45 years. This year, there are new additions to the holiday store.
Metropolitan Ministries needs your help to provide for thousands of struggling families this holiday season.
A local veteran got quite the surprise when he returned home to find his house totally decorated for Christmas on Tuesday.