The Tampa Police Department sent some of the city's finest to greet Tampa General Hospital employees Thursday evening.
The number of people filing for divorce in Hillsborough County has remained steady, while the number of people filing restraining orders has gone down amid coronavirus pandemic.
Penny, a 29-year-old pony stolen from Turkey Creek Stables in Plant City on March 7, has been found safe following a month-long investigation by the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office Agricultural Crimes Unit.
A $3,000 reward is being offered to find the suspect who shot a Plant City gas station clerk in the face during a robbery.
Starting Thursday, BayCare will begin administering the Abbott Labs ID Now test. A positive comes in little as five minutes. A negative takes about 15 minutes. Meanwhile, AdventHealth is using the Cepheid Xpert Xpress test, starting with hospitals in Tampa, Ocala and Sebring.
President Trump on Wednesday addressed a potential pardon for Joseph Maldonado-Passage -- better known as "Joe Exotic" -- the subject of the Netflix docuseries "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness."
Hillsborough County leaders are now asking that residents to follow CDC guidelines and wear a cloth-mask in public. In some parts of Florida, this has become a requirement, however in Hillsborough, it’s simply a strong recommendation at this point.
A Tampa native and his friends are finally back home 22 days after landing in Peru. It took a complex mission and the help of both governments to get the Americans out of the country. The group was facing months trapped at a hostel under strict quarantine.
FOX 13 News Reporter Evan Axelbank grew up in New York City, where many members of his family still live. Over the weekend, Evan's grandmother died from complications of COVID-19 in an assisted living facility in the Bronx. He shares the impact of her life - and death - on his family and looks at how thousands of families across the country are forced to grieve from afar.
COVID-19 appears to be hitting minority communities hard with African Americans in some major cities counting for 70% or more of deaths from the virus, according to public health officials.
Residents at Alimar Assisted Living are suffering severe loneliness due to strict visitation rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deputies say they have located a man suspected of stabbing one person and cutting another in Hillsborough County last weekend.
Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne has a weighty decision to make this Easter Sunday – to open his church to the congregation or not.
Two very different local businesses are teaming up to make potentially lifesaving masks and face shields to protect first responders and others on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight.
Big Earth Landscaping Supply says business is booming as people fight off feelings of claustrophobia and cabin fever during the COVID-19 pandemic, and 'stay at home' orders, by working in their yard.
Local farmers are also evolving and finding new ways to stay afloat. Some say they have a surplus of produce, and there's never been a better time to buy local.
Senator Janet Cruz is attempting to alleviate the biggest headache Floridians are facing while applying for unemployment: access.
Noelle Lelakus is one of the nurses on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Metropolitan Ministries announced Tuesday night it will be suspending all COVID-19-related requests for financial assistance for the next seven days.
As Florida faces its anticipated peak, communities across the sunshine state are conducting as many COVID-19 tests as possible in order to get a better look at the spread of COVID-19.