New Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Site Opens In TampaOfficials say the FEMA-funded site will only be giving Pfizer vaccines at first, and certain people will be able to get the shot.
Residents React To New Federal COVID-19 Vaccine SiteMany people who got vaccinated at the FEMA site say everything went smoothly and quickly when it came to getting their COVID-19 vaccine.
Reward Increased In Unsolved Jahlil Lewis Homicide InvestigationNew surveillance video has been released in a Hillsborough County homicide investigation. More than one month after the shooting that left one man dead, police are still searching for leads. Crimestoppers have increased the reward in hope of incentivizing those with information to speak up.
USF Epidemiologists Analyze Prevalence Of COVID-19 Variants In Bay AreaNew variants of COVID-19 are emerging across the globe and is leaving many in Florida curious about which strains have been detected locally. Additionally, will current approved vaccines have the ability to combat the evolving virus?
Governor DeSantis Expands COVID-19 Vaccine EligibilityGovernor Ron DeSantis expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to people under 65 who are at high risk, school employees and law enforcement officers.
Local Businesses Impacted By Gasparilla CancellationAt The Pint and Brew, the owner says during Gasparilla weekend, his business usually makes double what it makes any other weekend.
USF Virologist Explains How Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine Is DifferentDr. Teng says the new Johnson & Johnson is pretty different from the Moderna and Pfizer, but is just as effective.
Teachers and Law Enforcement Officers Could Be Next To Get VaccineWe are hearing from the Pinellas Classroom Teachers Association after Governor Ron DeSantis announced teachers will be receiving the COVID-19 vaccine soon.
HCC Receives Award Money For Entrepreneurship TrainingThe Florida Department of Education announced Wednesday that $1.5 million has been awarded to Florida school districts and colleges. The plan is to expand entrepreneurship training for the state's future workforce by 2030.
Wife Of Fallen Deputy Magli: "I’m Not Ready. Eleven Years Was Not Long Enough."Tuesday was an emotional day for Tampa Bay as members of the community joined together to honor and remember fallen Pinellas County Deputy, Michael J. Magli, less than a week after his life was taken by a suspected drunk driver.
Georgia Woman Sentenced To Federal Prison For Importing Illegal Drugs Hidden In Stone BlocksYolanda Herrera was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and heroin, and attempted possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine and heroin. She admitted she organized and coordinated the shipment of numerous containers of methamphetamine and heroin secreted inside stone blocks.
Floridians Subject To New Procedure When Renewing Driver License Over 12 Months ExpiredFlorida drivers will see a new statewide policy procedure if they've allowed their license to become a year or more expired. It's a small step toward increasing the quality of drivers on our crowded roadways.
Florida Toddler Accidentally Dials 9-1-1, Leads To Life-Saving ResponseDeputies believe a toddler accidentally dialed 9-1-1 as his father lay unconscious on the floor. That accidental call led to one man's life being saved in Hernando County on Tuesday.
Ybor Bar COVID-19 Violations Discussed At City Council MeetingTampa City Council members found that a local bar violated Coronavirus restrictions, but decided not to suspend the sale of alcohol there.
'A Predator Whom Parents Fear The Most', Florida Man Allegedly Coerced Child To Send Explicit PhotosA Citrus County man is behind bars after detectives reveal multiple instances of inappropriate contact with a minor. Authorities say the man coerced a minor into sending explicit photographs.