Bay Area businesses set to temporarily close Thursday to protest Florida’s new immigration law
Tampa's Al Lopez Park is one of several sites across Florida where peaceful protests are reportedly planned for Thursday in conjunction with labor strikes and Hispanic-owned business closures.
2023 hurricane season begins June 1: Here’s what to know
It’s time for residents along the southeastern U.S. coastlines to make sure their storm plans are in place as the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season gets underway on Thursday.
Why don’t people evacuate during a hurricane warning?
It's a question that even has emergency officials scratching their heads. If you're warned to evacuate during a storm, why would you stay?
Go inside FOX 13’s SkyTower radar
Go behind the scenes of FOX 13's Skytower that stands tall on Kennedy Boulevard.
Tampa couple accused of running human trafficking ring wants out of jail
Police say a Tampa couple lured their victims to America with dreams of a better life, but instead they were held against their will and forced to be sex slaves.
Tampa volleyball player focuses on Olympic dreams
Ever since he got a chance to watch the U.S. men's national volleyball team train for a tournament in Tampa more than 20 years ago, Kyle Dagostino knew his dreams would take him to the Olympics.
World War II veteran reflects on his service and gives advice to those currently deployed
Edward Mahoney, or Ed to his friends, will tell you that his 99 years of life are pretty chill these days.
Defense for Tampa rapper Billy Adams fights to keep certain information sealed
Tampa rapper Billy Adams got a second lease on life when the jury acquitted him in January of killing two men in a recording studio in Lutz in November 2020.
Young black bear wanders outside Tampa elementary school
A young black bear was spotted outside Bay Crest Elementary School in Tampa Tuesday morning.
TECO prepares for upcoming hurricane season with lessons learned from Ian
TECO has learned from Hurricane Ian and beefed up its systems to respond to a major hurricane – if one comes during the upcoming season.
Hurricane Ian continues to provide valuable lessons as Bay Area officials prepare for upcoming storm season
Rebuilding continues in Southwest Florida more than eight months after the powerful Hurricane Ian left behind a path of destruction and Bay Area officials are using lessons learned from the storm to prepare for the 2023 season.
UT grad brings Bay Area businesses together through YouTube series
At just 26 years old, Kelsey Duncan is a business consultant, real estate investor, and producer. While she was recently named a "Forbes 30 Under 30" nominee, she knows the turbulence that comes with being a self-made entrepreneur all too well.
TPD: Suspected hit-and-run driver arrested after crashing into South Tampa daycare center
The Tampa Police Department says nobody was injured when a driver crashed into a daycare center on Monday.
1 dead after drive-by shooting outside Tampa apartment complex; vehicle found: Deputies
Detectives found a vehicle Monday evening believed to be involved in a deadly drive-by shooting outside a Tampa apartment complex on North 50th Street, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said.
Park named after seven Tampa brothers who served during World War II opens Memorial Day
There’s a new red, white, and blue park in Tampa’s Armory Gardens neighborhood named for seven brothers who grew up in the area and bravely served their country.
HCSO: Man arrested for lighting someone on fire at Tampa gas station
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office arrested a man in Tampa for throwing gasoline on another man and lighting him on fire Sunday afternoon.
TPD investigating double fatal crash involving minors
The Tampa Police Department is investigating a fatal crash that happened on Sunday night involving two minors.
Tampa Bay area volunteers start Memorial Day weekend in a special way
"We look at what’s happening across the nation with our black cemeteries, the abandoned, the forgotten, the erased," Aileen Henderson with The Cemetery Society said. "This one wasn’t. We got it. We’re saving it. That’s the value."
Goldstar mother remembers her son's sacrifice on Memorial Day Weekend
While many people will get a long weekend for Memorial Day and spend it at the beach, have a barbeque, or a party, it's important to remember the real reason behind Memorial Day; a day to honor the ultimate sacrifice of our veterans.
USF and Crisis Center team up for free classes on mental health in the workplace
Data from the World Health Organization highlights how the COVID-19 pandemic increased the prevalence of anxiety and depression worldwide.