With the 2021 legislative session kicking off on Monday, the next two months will be extremely busy as lawmakers have a lot to tackle.
Both drivers involved in an early-morning crash in Tampa have passed away from their injuries, troopers say.
A Florida woman is reminding others to keep their garage doors closed after an alligator snuck into hers.
The state’s Department of Economic Opportunity is recommending that the current system, known as CONNECT, be discarded and replaced.
COVID-19 testing site opens at University Mall after swapping roles with the site at Raymond James Stadium.
Starting Wednesday, Hillsborough County health care workers will get their own dedicated COVID-19 vaccination site at the Ed Radice Sports Complex.
Leaders will hold a public discussion Tuesday over the future of the St. Petersburg Municipal Marina.
In a politically charged issue that has become a rallying cry for Gov. Ron DeSantis and many other Republicans, a House committee Tuesday will take up a proposal that targets large social-media companies that block users from their platforms.
One of the few treatments for COVID-19 -- monoclonal antibody therapy -- is becoming more widely available, but not everybody is aware of where and when to get the treatment and they qualify.
Bite after meaty bite, a Spring Hill restaurant is getting some big attention from two popular professional eaters and their massive following. It's part of an effort to support small businesses.
Leaders in St. Petersburg’s African American community are upset about how the COVID-19 vaccine is being rolled out. They say Governor Ron Desantis is playing favorites while people of color have had little access to the vaccine.
Fred Hearns lived Tampa history years before the Tampa Bay History Center was built on the waterfront in Channelside. Now he’s the Tampa Bay History Center’s first Curator of Black History.
The results of a recent study by the Tampa Bay Estuary Program revealed some concerning trends regarding levels of algae known for posing a health risk to wildlife and people.
Brian Sebring was facing a minimum of 25 years in prison for going to the home of Alex Stephens, a man he had a political beef with on Facebook, and shooting him.
Desmon Silva has been hospitalized in Boston since July after doctors say a COVID-19-related infection led to paralysis. Monday, the 23-year-old from Largo returned home via air ambulance.
The Manatee Education Foundation and nearly 60 sponsors raised more than $80,000. The money will be put towards a pizza lunch for every school, plus awards, presents and small ways to say 'thank you.'
Monday marks one year since Florida announced its first two cases of COVID-19, and both patients were from the Bay Area.
A crash involving a recreational vehicle has closed some northbound lanes of Interstate 75 in the Dade City area.
Police in St. Petersburg have upgraded the charges against a father accused of abusing his 5-year-old daughter, who died days after being hospitalized last week with numerous injuries.
The man suspected of several violent crimes in Hillsborough County – including the murders of three people – is back in Florida after being arrested in Michigan last month.