Hillsborough County Schools Sees Massive Bus Driver ShortageOfficials say they need about 150 bus drivers to cover all the routes and COVID-19 related absences.
Parents And Teachers React To Governor DeSantis Getting Rid Of FSAThe test determines if a student has mastered the necessary skills to move to the next grade level.
Tampa Program Aims To Fix Roads Issues Within 72 Hours Of Being ReportedTampa Mayor Jane Castor is launching a brand new initiative called Fix It Fast.
Local Restaurant Sends Fifth Truck Full Of Donations To Ida VictimsThe Salty Shamrock in Apollo Beach sent four trucks last week and one Monday morning.
Local Expert Says New COVID-19 Variant, Mu, Isn't A Threat Right NowExperts say while it isn’t a big threat, the new variant is worth researcher’s attention.
Polk County Sheriff Releases More Details About Lakeland Mass MurderOfficials say the man who killed the four family members claimed God told him there was a girl inside the house who was a sex trafficking victim and he needed to save her, but officials say none of that was going on inside the home.
Hernando County Sheriff's Office Mourns Deputy Who Died From COVID-19According to the Fraternal Order of Police, 622 officers have died from COVID-19 across the country, with 56 of those being right here in Florida.
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital Sees Increase In Child COVID-19 PatientsAt Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, 34 children are hospitalized.
The Salvation Army In Tampa Gets Ready To Help Hurricane Ida VictimsOrganization leaders say they they will be going to some of the hardest hit areas.
Local Restaurant Collects Donations And Money For Hurricane Ida SurvivorsThe employees at The Salty Shamrock and the Fran Haasch Law Group are teaming up and working to fill a truck up with items for those in need.
St. Petersburg Community Mourns Loss Of Police Officer To COVID-19Officer Michael Weiskopf died from COVID-19 last Friday.