Eighty breweries throughout Tampa Bay are participating in Tampa Bay Beer Week, which runs March 6-14.
The westbound lanes of W. Estrella Street near E. Henderson Ave. closed Saturday and may be closed for several days as crews repair the road following a crash.
The Florida Department of Health says the number of known cases of COVID-19 in the state rose by 4,690 Saturday. According to the state's daily update, the total number of cases in Florida is now 1,940,897.
Sometime this month, all Floridians age 60 and up will be eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines, an expansion beyond the current restriction limiting the shots to people age 65 and over. That's according to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
What happens when a Jersey boy falls in love with the Tampa Bay area? For Travis Keiser, it means he makes not only make it his home, but he opens a "slice" shop.
A Tennessee teenager, who was kidnapped by her father in 2019, could be in the Tampa Bay area, authorities say. They fear she is "routinely being drugged and/or kept drunk to incapacitate her."
According to AAA, unleaded gas a year ago in Florida was 2.30. A month ago it was $2.48. Today it’s up to $2.71.
The Midtown District has been in the works for a long time, but on Friday morning, the district officially welcomes its first shop as REI opened its doors to the public. REI is the first of 27 retailers to open in the Midtown District.
It’s not every day you get to meet your favorite Buccaneers player, but for one Tampa 8-year old battling cancer, he not only got to meet Mike Evans; he got to interview him and even play video games with him.
The University of South Florida announced Wednesday the campus will move back to full in-person classes and other activities. Other schools are having those same conversations.
Jonathan Davila using walls as a canvas to inspire children in the Tampa Bay community.
Over the last year, COVID-19 has changed life drastically. But what about when the pandemic finally becomes history, what will that "new normal" be like?
The new federal COVID-19 vaccine site that opened Wednesday in Tampa began taking walkups Thursday. People without access to a computer or phone can walk up and register in person and get a vaccine.
Tampa police said there were no injuries after a car slammed into a home, stopping partially inside the living room.
A former middle school teacher found not guilty last week of having sex with a student is talking to FOX 13 about his ordeal. Alex Hull says the allegations cost him his job and his reputation.
The Tampa Police Department has released body camera video of an officer who was fired for using "derogatory language" on two occasions last year.
FEMA's vaccination site officially opens Wednesday at the Tampa Greyhound Track. It's one of four opening across Florida.
Mikese Morse, the man accused of running over a Tampa family with his car back in 2018 and blaming it on the devil, now has a good chance to avoid prison.
Police have arrested a woman who they say shot and killed a man in Tampa, then called 911 to admit to the crime.
There is very limited data about the safety of getting a COVID-19 vaccine as it relates to being pregnant. A Bay Area physician says drug makers and the federal government should be more transparent about the lack of data so expectant mothers can make informed decisions before getting the shot.