A 13-year-old girl is facing charges after making threats to harm students and staff at Henderson Hammock Charter School, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.
Joey Holz started an experiment: apply to 2 jobs a day for 30 days. Of the 60 he applied to, he got back 9 emails, 1 phone call, and 1 interview for a construction job advertised as full-time paying $10 an hour, but it was actually only part-time and started at Florida's minimum wage of $8.65.
As the efforts continue to rescue 17 missionaries abducted by Haitian gangs over the weekend, a woman whose father survived a recent kidnapping in Haiti is telling the story of how her father was forced to live before his family paid the ransom.
Plans call for the Bustillo-Diaz factory on North Albany Avenue to be converted into apartments tentatively named Cigar Lofts on Albany. The developers say the century-old construction will make it a unique place to live.
The Tampa City Council will consider changes to city code that would develop more sidewalks throughout the city and Mayor Jane Castor applauded the idea during a news conference Wednesday.
Nestled in the middle of the University of South Florida campus, bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds make their home among a 10-acre botanical garden.
Backups on Interstate 275 through Tampa may not ever go away, but the Florida Department of Transportation expects the congestion to ease up with the help of a construction project on I-275 just north of Interstate 4.
Florida State Senator Danny Burgess (R-District 20) wants to empower students with information, pushing a new bill that would require schools to teach so-called social media literacy in the classrooms.
From chicken to paper products and everything in between, school lunchrooms are going through major changes as shortages plague every aspect of American life.
The fall harvest is underway for what could become a new cash crop in Florida – one that could make your beer taste better.
The Cross Bay Ferry is back for what will be its fifth year in service. It will again operate to and from Tampa and St. Petersburg’s waterfront, starting Thursday afternoon.
While waiting on Zoom for his case to be called, BJ Dreggors apparently forgot his phone camera was on and decided to pass the time by doing drugs. His status as a Marine Corps veteran helped change the judge's mind Tuesday.
The IRS is cracking down on business owners who use apps like Venmo, Zelle and PayPal to conduct transactions, but do not pay taxes on the income. A new rule will allow the federal government to take a closer look at business transactions on these apps when they are more than $600.
Major retailers are hiring for the holiday season to meet pent-up consumer demand, but some business experts said it won’t be easy.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a train hit a pedestrian near E. Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard and Valrico Road in Dover Monday.
“The simplest thing is if you’re there, leave. If you’re thinking of going, don’t go.”
Sheriff Chad Chronister says a new Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office human trafficking task force completed their first undercover sting operation, resulting in 125 arrests.
Samona Ramey is turning against her alleged partner in crime for a plea deal in the case of a home invasion that killed a pregnant woman and her roommate.
Whether it's military challenge coins or comics or Hummels, the reason for collecting is personal.
Like any parent, Caryn Readdy was a little nervous when her son Dalton wanted to get his driver’s license. Beyond the typical ‘new driver’ concerns was the fact that her son has autism.