This foster parent knows what kids in the system need the most: A home and hope. With him, they get both – and he’s helping make sure others do, too.
On Saturday, women from all over the Bay Area came together to help a single mother build the home of her dreams.
North Port office space has been transformed into a prom boutique, with designer dresses, shoes, jewelry, corsages and even clothes for the guys. Everything is free for seniors attending North Port's community prom.
A Manatee County teen finally received what she's longed for -- a mother. And while she's 19 years old, she's proving you're never too old to find the love of a family.
When Armando Gort started his farm in 1994, he had two horses and three goats, but over the years it has grown into an outdoor animal sanctuary and family farm called Horsepower for Kids.
Diana Makovitch's home in Lecanto is filled with gnomes. So many gnomes, she's nicknamed her home ‘gnomeville.’ Each one is named after a real-life veteran.
One of the dogs featured in a recent story was 'Lucas,' who was looking for a home even though he’s deaf. We heard from many viewers about him in particular.
Tampa's Steinbrenner High School Boys Cross Country Team takes shelter dogs from the Humane Society of Tampa Bay to Al Lopez Park for some exercise and a change of scenery.
Hold Our Horses is a non-profit which provides therapy through miniature horses. The goal of these specially trained animals is to provide a boost of encouragement.
Many Bay Area neighborhoods are no stranger to community gardens, but a Gulfport resident’s dream nursery has blossomed into a community food forest.
There are no shortages of beautiful sunsets around the Tampa Bay area and now an artist is teaching others how to paint sunsets one brushstroke at a time while unwinding on Indian Rocks Beach.
It’s not every day you get to meet your favorite Buccaneers player, but for one Tampa 8-year old battling cancer, he not only got to meet Mike Evans; he got to interview him and even play video games with him.
Volunteers in Hillsborough County teamed up to provide a U.S. Air Force veteran a new roof.
The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office helped a pediatric cancer patient’s dream come true when they made him an honorary deputy.
A brave young girl battling cancer achieved her dream of becoming an honorary Air Force pilot this week thanks to the team at MacDill Air Force Base and the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
When they met, she needed a heart transplant to survive, but that couldn't stop their love. So Angela and Gary set off with their kids on a trip of bucket-list destinations. That's when Gary nearly died in a motorcycle accident. Now, she has a new heart and he is recovering from their injuries, so they decided to get married.
When Hillsborough County’s code enforcement department got a complaint about an abandoned house that caught fire last year, instead of writing a violation, they helped an Air Force veteran and his wife move back in.
Tina Russo works to serve up good food along with a side of hope. Right next to her specials board is a board she calls ‘Neighbors helping Neighbors.’ It's filled with tickets of pre-purchased meals for anyone in need.
School district officials announced a local church will pay off student lunch debt for students within two counties.
With one million food-insecure people throughout the Tampa Bay area, some high school students are taking on the challenge to eliminate hunger.