There's an easy and inexpensive way to help families for the holidays. FOX 13 is once again teaming up with Metropolitan Ministries for the $13 for 13 campaign; online donations of $13 will be matched.
Local Shops 1 is a social media resource for all things local in the Bay Area, helping connect customers with small business owners.
All the right moves are being made for people with Down syndrome at GiGi’s Playhouse in Tampa.
Carol Coniglio just got back from accomplishing a great feat, running in the Chicago Marathon to honor her mom. This inspiring story of love is What's Right with Tampa Bay.
When Sarah Weaver decided to start a movement to buy Christmas presents for foster children, she had no idea how big the need was. She gathered a group of foster moms to help with the idea of helping foster children have a merry Christmas.
Artists have been entertaining audiences at the Sarasota Opera House for more than 60 years, but the building also has an intriguing history.
Constanza Bryant's home is filled with oodles of poodles. As a volunteer with Florida Poodle Rescue, she's helped save more than 300 dogs over the past 16 years.
Brittany Altomare is living her childhood dream of playing on the LPGA. She realized that goal in 2013. Now, she has made the Bay Area her home.
Brittany Lincicome was born in St. Pete and when she first went out on the golf course with her dad, she fell in love with the sport. Her meteoric success is What's Right with Tampa Bay.
Gloria Brooks, a teacher at Collins Elementary School, began planting butterfly gardens at area schools three years ago and was recently recognized for her effort to save the monarch butterfly.
Sister Clarie Leboeuf is proud of New Life Village, a safe haven she helped create to get children out of the foster care system.
Parts of the Pinellas Trail are getting a much-needed facelift, thanks to a county program. The quest to beautify the trail is what's right with Tampa Bay.
For families that are struggling to put food on the table and are homebound, help is on the way this holiday season. Two Bay Area organizations have come together to provide and deliver food to these hard-to-reach families.
When real estate agent Ross Hardy visits a restaurant, it's not to put it on the market. Instead, he is there to highlight it through an effort called ‘Hungry in Hernando’.
The ‘Laundry Project’ has helped more than 20,000 families across the country do about 200,000 loads of laundry for free over the past 13 years.
Through hard work and perseverance, a Bay Area teenager has won a sports scholarship from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Keannah and Kayandra Valle, who train at Ingrams Okinawan Karate in Hudson, took home medals in karate at the Junior Olympics.
Kelli Casto supplies medical equipment to seniors who can’t afford it through her grass-roots effort called ‘Saving our Seniors’.
When Belinda Leto found out that most foster children were not given birthday parties, she and a fellow nurse created a non-profit to give them free birthday parties.
The Pasco County Horsemen’s Association is a volunteer-run, non-profit organization that has been inspiring riders for nearly 50 years.