A failed mission to the International Space Station in 2019 created a lot of disappointment for Boeing. Almost two years later, their Starliner space capsule is getting ready for a do-over in space for their un-crewed mission this Friday.
First-time unemployment claims have gone up in Florida, but the count remains at pre-pandemic levels as employers report being unable to fill openings, most in lower-paying tourism and leisure fields.
Hundreds of residents at the downtown Tampa high-rise Element were allowed back into their apartments Monday after a major water main break over a week ago.
When Jasmine Miles first saw her shoes covered in a gray film last year, she didn’t know what to think. The Wesley Chapel homeowner says mold has taken over her brand-new house, forcing her to live elsewhere for the last seven months.
A group of 10 jobless Floridians is suing Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, demanding the state reinstate the $300 per week in federal unemployment benefits. Plaintiffs argue they're actively looking for work, but can't find any.
A relative says the last victim of the Florida building collapse has been identified.
With the delta variant of the coronavirus pushing the case number up, Mayor Bill de Blasio said it was time to take further steps to enhance the COVID safety protocol.
A metro Atlanta man was arrested in Southwest Florida after deputies found a 15-year-old girl reported missing from Texas staying at his vacation rental home.
In 2016 when the Tampa Bay Rays played a historic game against the Cuban team, many were hopeful for a new future with the country. Today, many say it's more complicated.
An escaped felon who fled from a Florida Department of Corrections Work Camp in Tarpon Springs Monday morning has been captured, according to officials in Pasco County.
One hospital in Louisiana has been forced to stop nonemergency surgeries amid an influx of COVID-19 patients.
Thousands of Cuban refugees and pro-democracy demonstrators are expected to gather outside the White House on Monday in an attempt to show their support for protesters in Cuba.
After Alexander Jacobson left Gasparilla celebrations in 2020, he drove the wrong way on a ramp to the airport and crashed head-on with an Uber driver. Now he's going to jail for 17 years after pleading guilty to DUI manslaughter.
"You also have to think about the long-term effects of what COVID could do and you might not be as lucky as I was. You might die," she said. "I'm telling you, I was so against this vaccine and I'm begging people to get it now."
Rescue swimmers Patrick Strong, Blake Sweeney, Jeshual Velez Cuevas and Coleman Vail saved lives on Memorial Day thanks to their heroic efforts.
The canals of Buttonwood Harbour aren't usually home to sharks, but hundreds of bonnethead, lemon, and nurse sharks trying to survive red tide have found themselves gathered there indefinitely.
Bell Family Farm and Apiary is home to The Florida Zebu Experience. Owners Ray and Sarah Bell say their goal is to help people disconnect with the world and connect with nature, while learning about farm life.
The statewide search for a missing Florida teenager may have come to a tragic end in Tallahassee.
Brian Dugan has been with the Tampa Police Department for 31 years and was promoted to police chief during the Seminole Heights killings in 2017. Today, he announced he will officially retire in September.
Neighborhood associations have been begging for someone to save the steeple of the Seminole Heights Baptist Church before it's too late. As demolition begins, they say $100,000 is what it would take.