After Nadine Noky finished five years in the Army., she noticed a lack of clothing and merchandise tailored to female veterans. That became her new mission.
The Fourth of July holiday weekend is typically one of the busiest in the year at Tampa International Airport, but as more people decide to stay home this year over safety concerns, you can expect travel numbers to be down significantly.
A consistent line of cars, stacks of boxes, and groups of volunteers made for a lot of activity in the parking lot of the University of South Florida's Yuengling Center Wednesday afternoon.
CareerSource Tampa Bay launched a new program Wednesday aimed at helping as many as 2,100 people in Hillsborough County get back to work.
The Laundry Project usually does a couple of free laundry events a year, but during the pandemic, they've done 42 in the last 15 weeks. Now they need help keeping up with the demand.
More than 100 new laws will hit the books Wednesday from the 2020 legislative session, with issues ranging from expanding school vouchers to increasing fines for bear poaching.
There’s a candlemaker who has been pouring her wax creations in Seminole Heights for years.
Pasco County is rearranging graduation plans after learning the Yuengling Center on the University of South Florida campus was no longer able to accommodate the ceremony.
Floridians are seeing flood risk in a whole new way thanks to a new online tool called Flood Factor, just launched Monday.
Dress for Success Tampa Bay has teamed up with CareerSource Tampa Bay to help streamline services for the women they help. The group just opened a boutique for woman in the CareerSource building off of Florida Blvd.
There is another option for Seminole residents that don’t want to brave the grocery stores during the coronavirus pandemic. The Seminole United Methodist Church teamed up with Oponay Farms to create a drive-thru, farm-fresh, food market.
Hillsborough County says wait times for test appointments have al lbut vanished, while Pinellas says a new site at Tropicana Field will cater to those with a doctor's note.
Beginning Tuesday, as many as 1,000 people daily will be able to get tested for COVID-19 at the Raymond James Stadium testing site in Tampa.
With Pinellas County under a mask mandate order, officials are giving face coverings away for free for those who don't have one.
A spike in COVID-19 cases among sanitation workers is forcing Hillsborough County to suspend curbside recycling for some residents. The virus is causing a significant shortage in garbage truck drivers.
As the coronavirus spreads rapidly through Bay Area communities, lines are long at testing sites, with many closing early because they’ve reached capacity.
It’s summer in Florida -- that means hurricane season, alligator mating season and now mosquitoes are on the move as well. Crews in Hillsborough County are stepping up to battle these pests.
A bar near the University of Central Florida has had its state alcoholic beverage license suspended for violating reopening guidelines after 13 employees and at least 28 customers tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Pinellas County commissioners voted for an ordinance making face masks mandatory in most indoor, public spaces, to combat the spread of COVID-19.
On Saturday, the Florida Department of Health issued an additional Public Health Advisory in response to COVID-19.