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?
Kansas City's Mayor Makes Good On Super Bowl Bet, 250 Meals Went To First RespondersSuper Bowl LV has come and gone in the Tampa Bay Area, but that didn't stop 250 local first responders from reaping the benefit of Mayor Jane Castor's friendly wager with Kansas City's mayor.
The Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine And What To Expect, According To A Tampa Doctor That Received ItCOVID-19 vaccines have begun the long road of distribution across the globe. A doctor at Tampa General Hospital discusses his experience receiving the vaccine and what to consider when it's your turn to get vaccinated.
First Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Administered At Tampa General HospitalThis week, people in the Tampa area are receiving the first round of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Local Entrepreneurs Utilize Pandemic To Disrupt Healthcare Tech IndustryLocal and national healthcare innovators and entrepreneurs, better known as disruptors in this case, are using the COVID-19 pandemic to get ahead in technology and medicine. Their plan: Disrupt The Bay.
Tampa Area Shooting Spree Suspect Arrested, Additional Victims IdentifiedThe Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office has identified additional victims in a shooting investigation that spanned multiple areas in Tampa and Hillsborough County on Thursday night, July 30.
BREAKING: Shooting Spree Suspect Injures 2, Officer In TampaTampa Police have an adult male in custody after he shot an officer. The officer sustained non-life threatening injuries and has been transported to the hospital.
COVID-19 And Protests: Bay Area Doctor Urges ProtectionCW44's Price McKeon speaks with Dr. Peter Chang from Tampa General Hospital about the risks of protesting in such close proximity without proper protection.
Best Volunteer Opportunities For Kids In Tampa BayGive the gift that brings the best rewards: your time ... and your kids. Volunteering in the Tampa Bay area is easiest accomplished with an adult, and kids can never start too early. For children between the ages of 6 and 10, volunteering must typically be a family event. Tweens will find more opportunities available through their local schools and neighborhoods, while teenagers have nearly unlimited prospects. Start your search here, with the cream of Tampa's volunteering crop.