Feeding Tampa Bay is expanding its headquarters to feed even more people in the coming years. The nonprofit broke ground Tuesday on its new 217,000 square foot property on Causeway Blvd in Tampa.
The grand finale to the Children's Gasparilla Parade celebrations
Charley Belcher, Jonee Lewis, Haley Hinds, Evan Axelbank, Josh Cascio, Tony Sadiku, Dave Osterberg, Paul Dellegatto and Kimberly Kuizon were the pirates of the day!
Usually docked in downtown Tampa, the Jose Gasparilla II is one of the most iconic parts of Gasparilla and a year-round reminder of Tampa’s biggest party and quirkiest tradition.
The St. Petersburg Power and Sailboat Show is back for its 45th year and organizers say it’s the largest of its kind on the Gulf Coast.
St. Petersburg's American Stage is highlighting a special performance by incorporating another artistic medium on the sidewalk outside the venue.
The power station uses water from Tampa Bay for cooling and then returns the water, clean and warm, creating a refuge for manatees in cold weather.
Perry Snell came to Tampa Bay at the turn of the 20th Century and helped build the area of Snell Isle. His signature wraparound porches on Old Northeast homes have inspired a new restaurant opening next year at the St. Petersburg Museum of History.
The holiday celebrations continue for a 10th year at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay's Christmas Town.
Busch Gardens Christmas Town packs daily holiday fun and entertainment through January 9th
Flight plans are usually straight-forward, taking a plane and passengers from point A to point B, but for a pilot trying to log hours for a new certification, sometimes you need to get creative.
Many of his customers work on various floors of several downtown office buildings. They said he always has time for a kind word.
Tampa in Florida is not the only Tampa in the country. The residents of a small Kansas town had a chance to explore the Florida city that shares the same name.
The savory smells of Thanksgiving turkeys and the traditional side dishes were swirling around the Metropolitan Ministries kitchen as volunteers began cooking to feed thousands of families in Tampa Bay.
When Hurricane Irma roared through last fall, it caused billions in damages across the state and ripped a hole in one of our barrier islands. But rather than doing damage, it's improved much of the marine environment nearby.
Drew Garabo keeps it light on 102.5 The Bone. Listening to him on the radio, you may not imagine he's a guy who has been going through a tough fight.
A new interactive exhibit at the Dalí Museum in St. Pete is highlighting the mysterious world of dreams.
A new exhibit at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, "World of Dreams," explores 500 years of dream inspired paintings.
Twenty-seven acres beside the Alafia River could have been another waterfront community, but it has been set aside for a new conservation park in Riverview.
With temperatures dropping, Hillsborough County is hoping residents will want to take a hike.