Patients participating in the YMCA’s ‘Pedaling for Parkinson’s’ program say they experience fewer tremors and have more energy after exercising with the group.
Cars are driving up to park at South Florida Baptist Hospital not to go inside, but to pray outside. Every Wednesday, you can find parishioners from the St. Clement Catholic Church praying in the Plant City parking lot.
A group of women is coming together to help out a beloved school counselor who has cancer.
If Richard Smiley's feet could talk, they would tell stories of walking for justice and civil rights.
A Lithia man uses everything thing from wood to materials from a 1947 plane crash to create unique pens that have a feel for history.
Big Brothers, Big Sisters ‘School to Work’ program matches pairs high school students with employees at different organizations to foster a relationship that empowers the teens to graduate and further their education.
In Manatee County, one in five adults can't read above the fifth-grade level. A local group is addressing this need. Their quest to help others find reading success is What's Right with Tampa Bay.
After nearly 30 years of serving his country, retired Lt. Col. Brian Butler started his own business which has been has open for over a decade.
A 74-year-old chocolatier began her business more than 30 years ago using money she saved by quitting smoking.
Wheels of Success helps people in need get transportation, but it’s a hand up not a handout.
A local initiative helping college students who dropped out of school get back into class is what's right with Tampa Bay.
A woman who never lost focus of her dream to own her own business achieved her goal through hard work and passion. Her story of perseverance is a tribute to Black heritage and is what's right with Tampa Bay.
A woman who inherited the passion of 'plein air' painting from her grandmother is now passing the tradition on to her grandson.
When his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018, Anthony Lewis started baking red velvet cakes using his mom's recipe, then sold them to raise money for her treatments. He had no idea it would turn into a full-time career.
Henry Lawrence wears part of Tampa's Super Bowl history on his finger. But now he's part of another team sharing their gift of music as a member of the NFL Players Choir.
From public housing to the boardroom, OT Delancy has come a long way. In honor of Black History Month, FOX 13 News is highlighting his achievements.
Cancer survivor Ala Grofe, 76, credits his good health to exercise and a sense of adventure.
Brooke Thomas, 17, never forgot her friends who couldn't afford lunch in Kindergarten, so her family started The Thomas Promise Foundation in 2002 and has served more than two million meals in nine years.
A young Hillsborough County woman is marking her mark. Her recognition for her hard work is what's right with Tampa Bay.
A small church in Pasco County is doing big things to help its community.