A Tampa mother who was born with malignant hypertension is desperately searching for a kidney donor so she can regain her independence.
Professional photographer Agueda Sanfiz is excited to be taking part in the documentary family photography exhibit called "Picture (I'm) Perfect" at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa.
The Bay Area chapter of Ronald McDonald House is taking away some of the stress by providing food and a place to stay.
A local law enforcement dog breeder is giving away one of man's best friend to a military veteran for free. This gift to help a vet find a friend is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Claude and Mathann Carter planted themselves at Florida State Fair's Cracker Country nearly four decades ago and have no plans on leaving any time soon.
Judy Marley, 81, is described as a bundle of energy that has been volunteering at Clothes for Kids for the past 17 years.
A running group for girls in third through eighth grades is more about setting goals than racing.
After 39 years, Tampa Bay Community Development Corporation is now Suncoast Housing Connections, but they still educate, build and lend money to first-time home buyers.
When you think of Meals on Wheels you think of delivering hot meals to people who are homebound. Now volunteers are helping people get vaccinated and they're what's right with Tampa Bay.
A Tampa teen is supplying female hygiene products to her peers in need.
Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine Healthcare have helped more than 30,000 patients since 2001 with medical services from colonoscopies to cancer treatments.
A group of teens have created Young Patriots Magazine, which features political articles from both a liberal and conservative perspective. They hope it's a chance to share different opinions in a conflict-free environment.
A Tampa cheerleading team is heading to the Allstar World Championships in Orlando after finishing in first place in the premier championships.
A statewide, home-based early intervention program helps parents teach their young children literacy and language skills before they enter kindergarten -- giving them an easy transition to learning at school.
Ron Pierce is virtually walking from Tampa to Tallahassee and back to raise money for Southeastern Guide Dogs.
A former Tampa Catholic High School baseball coach is taking his successful coaching career off the field to impact the lives of children.
Artists across Pinellas County are participating in the ‘You Good?' campaign, a mental health initiative sponsored by the Foundation Working for a Healthy St. Petersburg.
For the first time, five students from the same graduating class at Tampa Prep have been named National Merit Scholars finalists.
Seniors on a fixed income can sometimes have a hard time paying for costly home repairs. Thanks to a Hillsborough County program, their homes are getting the repairs they need.
A local foster care family is being celebrated with a big surprise they received from their foster care agency for all their hard work.