Sarasota native and tight rope walker Nik Wallenda is once again putting his skills to the test by performing in front of a drive-in audience.
A Sarasota marine patrol officer can add saving a swimming coyote to his resume.
It's been one year since the first case of COVID-19 unrelated to travel or known exposures was diagnosed in Florida. The first patient was a Manatee County man, diagnosed at Doctor's Hospital of Sarasota.
When they met, she needed a heart transplant to survive, but that couldn't stop their love. So Angela and Gary set off with their kids on a trip of bucket-list destinations. That's when Gary nearly died in a motorcycle accident. Now, she has a new heart and he is recovering from their injuries, so they decided to get married.
When COVID-19 put performers on pause, daredevil Nik Wallenda created a drive-in thrill show that gave them a chance to show off the skills they spent years perfecting.
Every day during the month of February, Teidra Everett dresses up as an essential figure in Black history, prompting her students to learn more about race, culture, and America's past.
As COVID-19 vaccines are distributed throughout the state of Florida, individual counties are beginning to release information about how and to whom the two-dose vaccine will be distributed. Sarasota County is currently taking appointments for those in specific priority groups.
Lloyd Duyan has been suspended from duty and is in jail without bond after Sarasota deputies say a 17-year-old student had the courage to speak up after being sexually battered off-campus last August.
Federal prosecutors say Graydon Young of Englewood was among the group of rioters that stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6. Now he's in federal court in Tampa facing the consequences.
Nearly 400 people received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the World International Church on Sunday.
Police in North Port have safely located a 13-year-old girl who was reported missing on Saturday. No additional details were provided.
Tina Russo works to serve up good food along with a side of hope. Right next to her specials board is a board she calls ‘Neighbors helping Neighbors.’ It's filled with tickets of pre-purchased meals for anyone in need.
Buck O'Neil, the grandson of slaves, grew up in Sarasota during the 1920s. He went on to be a Negro League star and the first Black coach in Major League Baseball.
The city of Sarasota voted to let its mask ordinance expire next week, and it comes at a time when public health leaders are warning against easing up COVID-19 restrictions.
As a Sarasota County deputy was responding to a report of a wrong-way driver on Interstate 75, officials said both ended up crashing into each other.
Local scientists are both excited and concerned about a one-of-a-kind discovery – a new species of whale.
Kobe Washington, an 8-year-old boy from Punta Gorda, was diagnosed with leukemia back in August. He and his family have been fighting hard, but now they’re hoping the kindness of strangers may save Kobe’s life.
Venice Fire-EMS crews started vaccinating homebound residents on Friday morning.
Florida's COVID-19 case numbers are trending lower. The seven-day average of those testing positive is right at 7%, compared to 11% a month ago.
The Florida Department of Health in Sarasota County says 1,000 vaccine-eligible residents will receive notifications about a one-day, state-sponsored vaccination clinic, which is being held Wednesday, February 10.