Florida Highway Patrol troopers helped bring a baby girl into the world on the streets of downtown Tampa Friday.
Allan Ackles' 1968 class ring was stolen from his locker. 50 years later, Moody Johnson found it in a field. Now the ring is back with its rightful owner.
The honking of horns and the rumble of motorcycles filled the front of Bill Cheesman's Manatee County home.
After rounding the bases 53 times during his rookie season with the New York Mets, Pete Alonso realized that he's one of the lucky few to get recognition from a stadium full of people.
WWE superstars Titus O'Neil and Natalya Neidhart joined forces Sunday to host a special Mother's Day dinner for Bay Area single mothers who work for Hillsborough County Schools, the Tampa Police Department, the city of Tampa and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Approximately 400 firetrucks, motorcycles and cars spent an hour driving by David Castle’s house on Sunday to wish him a happy 8th birthday and witness him being recognized as an honorary Pasco County firefighter.
To security guard Philip Kalil, there was something different about the way Andre Garnett drove up to the main entrance at Tampa General Hospital, parked, and got out.
"It just keeps the kids feel included and important when everybody is so isolated and alone,” said one teacher. “It keeps the human touch.”
Some milestones are meant to be celebrated no matter what it takes. Selah Grace Feely's final cancer treatment was one of those events.
Marie Thornton’s birthdays always includes sand and water. This one would be no different. Her daughter Krystal Thornton had it all planned out.
The coronavirus isn’t going to keep one Sarasota couple from their efforts to raise money to fight cancer.
Gulfport residents are making artsy masks during the pandemic to place outside their homes.
So far, the BayCare sewing team has made over 5,000 face masks and 1,500 face shields. It’s a seamless effort that’s saving lives one stitch at a time.
Julius Tobin is trying to spread joy amidst the coronavirus chaos. He is stepping up to thank some of the heroes on the front lines.
At a time when healthcare workers are working overtime and empty restaurants are depending on takeout orders and deliveries to stay afloat, a Tampa woman came up with an idea to help both at the same time.
Inside this gas station is an upscale deli stocked with Boar’s Head products. For the next several weeks, they are offering elementary and middle school students free lunches.
Members of a Pinellas County community were not going to let their neighbor go without a birthday celebration, despite social distancing measures due to COVID-19.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the world, more doctors, nurses and hospital staff have to battle the virus. Photojournalist Barry Wong showed us how a Bay Area group is giving thanks, in more ways than one.
Each day, Kelly will be reading a children's story from the books her family collected and posting a video of it on her Facebook page for you and your children to watch. She says with all the concerns in the world right now, she wanted to do something nice, especially for chldren.
Current Initiatives, the City of Tampa, Locale Church and Big Wash teamed up to pay for 20 families to do their laundry at Big Wash laundromat