When 16-year-old Zane Rhoades was 3 a local firefighter gifted him a bicycle. Now he's paying it forward.
A Bradenton firefighter has received the county’s highest honor for a firefighter after donating a kidney to a fellow firefighter’s wife.
The 8-year-old daughter of a Polk County EMT is following in her father’s footsteps.
Sometimes a good hair day can give you all the confidence you need, and a Tampa substitute teacher is helping students find their confidence and going viral in the process.
Construction is now underway on a first-of-its-kind neighborhood that'll be home to families of injured service members, families of fallen first responders killed in the line of duty and gold star families. It's all thanks to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
It was an afternoon of soap and hope inside A&W Laundromat in South St. Petersburg as dozens of families washed and dried their clothes for free thanks to the Laundry Project.
A group of 7th and 8th-grade students from Discovery Academy of Science in Palm Harbor impacted more than 150 struggling families just in time for Thanksgiving.
Good vibes and a good cause are on deck this Saturday as some of the Bay Area’s best musicians will take the stage to help combat hunger.
Hillsborough County firefighters won't have to worry about shopping for Thanksgiving this year thanks to a former Buccaneer.
In 1961, the Sherwoods opened Tampa’s first Village Inn. Since the, it has been passed down through three generations but they say they still keep family at the forefront.
Landon Brannon was born with leukemia, has a chromosome disorder, and is prone to seizures, but that didn’t stop him from playing youth football -- and enjoying a post-touchdown victory dance.
When Sebastian DiSalvo saw a vintage video game for sale online, he was immediately transported back to a time when he and his children would gather around the arcade console to play.
On Sunday, dozens of boats took to the waterways outside Tampa General Hospital to bring a bit of joy to kids battling cancer and the medical professionals looking after them.
Polk County teen Zach Kirkland is one of a few people who can say they have gotten a pat on the by the President of the United States.
Eric Hildebrand and Ingrid Poole wanted to travel abroad with their three children, but when the pandemic brought those plans to a halt, they turned a retired school bus into a home on wheels and set out for the adventure of a lifetime.
Tampa's Edith Murway-Traina, who was recently named as a Guinness World Record holder for World's Oldest Female Competitive Powerlifter, has plenty to celebrate on Sunday as she turns 100.
After watching a special on TV about the plight of the monarch butterfly, Teri Leggett decided she wanted to help by planting flowers that attract butterflies and creating special enclosures to keep them safe before setting them free.
Becoming a deputy with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office wasn't just a career choice for Reed Service, he was going into the family business.
Funky Sweets in St. Petersburg is a 70s-themed dessert shop selling fair favorites from fried from funnel cakes and banana splits, to Oreos and cheesecakes.
When Jesuit student Max Jeffrey learned about El Salvador’s struggles with food and crime by writing a class paper, he decided to start a fundraiser to build greenhouses and a water tank irrigation system to help its citizens.