On Saturday, celebrations across the Bay Area highlighted the importance of Juneteenth, which was just made a federal holiday.
A turbulent week for Southwest Airlines left thousands of passengers stranded for days at airports across the country and now some are demanding the company pay up.
"It's going to be huuuuuuuuge." Car dealership owner Billy Fuccillo was known across southwest Florida and upstate New York for his advertisements, but that familiar call to come buy a new car was silenced Thursday when he died in Sarasota, at the age of 65.
The Harvest Hope Garden in the University area of Tampa is a place where kids and adults in the community can learn how to grow and prepare their food.
After an uptick in violent crimes involving guns, Tampa police, along with victims of gun violence, called for an end to the shootings.
Ridership on Tampa's streetcar is way up, even when compared to pre-pandemic numbers, but the loss of $67 million that would have come from the penny sales tax has created a hurdle for the project.
As thousands of people return to offices, schools, and packed events, doctors say more sicknesses could start to spread. Medical experts warn that little ones may be the most at risk.
Activists tried one last time to convince Tampa City Council that it should appoint a majority of members to the Tampa Police Civilian Review Board. Instead, the council voted for a 5-5 split with the mayor, and for both to sign off on an eleventh member appointed by the NAACP.
The jury took lots of notes Thursday, paying attention to every witness, especially the testimony from little Ronnie and from Oneal’s father, who got a call from his son the night of the killings.
One man was taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition following a shooting in Tampa.
A new deal to bring Dole bananas and pineapples to Port Tampa Bay not only peels back a piece of Tampa history but takes it to a new level. The old banana docks were as familiar as cigar factories to generations of kids who grew up here from the 1920s through the 1970s.
Ultimate frisbee, while largely considered an underground sport, has been around for a while. There are professional teams across the country, including the Bay area's Tampa Bay Cannons. Playing for the Cannons is an exercise in "for the love of the game."
By the end of Friday, a group of Tampa Bay residents living with disabilities will be ready for a lifetime of independent bike riding.
ZooTampa says a technical issue with the tank may have led to the sudden deaths of 12 stingrays last month, and they’ll rebuild the entire habitat to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
Hundreds of flight cancellations left passengers stranded at airports across the country Tuesday after Southwest Airlines reported a computer reservation issue led to the disruption--the second for the airline in the last 24 hours.
University of South Florida assistant men's basketball coach Tom Herrion is out of a job after an investigation substantiated comments he made that either toed the racial line – or went over it.
Two people were killed and another was seriously injured after a crash at the intersection of N Manhattan Avenue and W Boy Scout Boulevard in Tampa Tuesday evening.
Westshore Plaza Mall in Tampa was closed for nearly two months, but not nearly as long as other malls owned by the same company. The financial fallout includes chapter 11 bankruptcy, but it won't mean much for employees and shoppers in Tampa.
Tourism officials in Tampa are celebrating a record-breaking month, with $4 million in hotel and other taxes generated during the month of April.
Fans of the Cross Bay Ferry between Tampa and St. Petersburg could see the service year-round over the next few years.