Covid Vaccine Websites Crash Monday As Tampa Bay Residents Rush To RegisterIf you were one of those across Tampa Bay who tried signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine Monday afternoon but were shut out, you’re not alone. Health officials say tech issues caused the site to crash. 
One USF Student Seeks Normalcy In 2021Shaken and disoriented by 2020, many are still deciding how to embrace 2021. One USF student shares her optimistic hope of normalcy. 
Cleanup Continues In Aftermath Of Tornado That Ripped Through Tampa BayCleanup efforts continue in the aftermath of that tornado that ripped through multiple counties in Tampa Bay on Wednesday afternoon. CW44's Andrea Alvarez spoke with residents about what they went through during the frightening moments when the tornado touched down.
Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Rolling Out In Pinellas County Long-Term Care FacilitiesOver the next several days, Pinellas County Health Department is working to vaccinate residents and employees at all of their long-term care facilities with the new COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine.
Pasco Couple Dishes On Having Twins And Saving Their Restaurant In a PandemicAs Florida settles into the Thanksgiving wave of the pandemic, a pair of Pasco County restaurant owners recount their struggles through the early wave of the pandemic and urge residents to continue supporting local restaurants. 
Pasco Boating Industry Booms In Part To COVIDA Pasco County business owner says business is booming and that this is in part due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, she’s offering up some advice to help keep fellow neighboring businesses from going overboard. 
Pasco County Small Businesses Fight To Survive The PandemicLocal small business owners are asking for your help in their fight to stay afloat. Small business owner in Pasco County shared his story with the CW44 News At 10 on how the community plays the biggest role. 
Tampa Bay's Road To Gameday Restaurant Week: Michelle Faedo’s Tampeño CuisineSuper Bowl LV is just around the corner and dozens of local eateries are getting their shot at making an early impression for visitors. December 4, 2020 marked the start to a week-long "Road to Gameday" Restaurant Week and a chance to showcase the best meals at each restaurant. Business owners tell CW44 News At 10, with the drawbacks of COVID-19, they couldn’t be more anxious for the opportunity. 
Deadly Officer Involved Shooting In St. Pete Prompts Newly Created Task ForceSt. Petersburg Police are releasing new details in an ongoing investigation involving a deadly officer-involved shooting on Wednesday that left two officers injured and the suspect dead. The Use Of Deadly Force Task Force that was recently established to provide transparency in such cases is now leading the investigation into this incident. 
Pinellas Developing Distribution Plan For COVID VaccineAfter learning that Florida is now among several states to reach more than one million COVID-19 cases local county officials are preparing. Pinellas county is already discussing plans for vaccine distribution as soon as one becomes available. 
Suzette Penton Case: Driver Charged With First Degree MurderNew details are being released in a Polk County murder investigation involving four teens. Those teens are being charged after allegedly running over a woman following an ongoing dispute with her son. Police tell CW44 News At 10 the mother succumbed to her injuries Wednesday.  
Package Theft: St. Pete Police Officer Discusses Porch PiracyAs we wrap up our Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, most of us are probably expecting packages at our doorstep soon. But what if they never arrive…or so you think?   In 2020, the holiday season has become all about timing: when to order online gifts so that they arrive on time and when to keep a close eye out for their arrival. This is because drawbacks, like package thieves or porch pirates are becoming more prevalent with the convenience of online shopping. 
Holiday Shopping During Covid: Small Business Owners Work To Gain Foot TrafficAs businesses begin wrapping up day one of the holiday shopping season, local law enforcement officers are just getting started on holiday patrol operations. 
Tampa Attorney Gives Back To Families In NeedOne local business owner is trying something new from his office this Thanksgiving. After making it through a pandemic without having to face a shutdown he’s giving back to the community who has helped him stay in business. 
A Deadly Weekend Across Tampa Bay Leaves Law Enforcement On The HuntIn a deadly weekend across the Tampa Bay area, law enforcement officers are asking citizens to come forward with leads as they investigate multiple shootings over the weekend.