Local 13-Year-Old Plays Violin To Raise Money For Family In Ukraine13-year-old Serafim Fitzgerald goes to the St. Pete Pier every other weekend and plays the violin to raise money for his family.
Former Atlanta news reporter heads to Poland to help Ukrainian refugeesA former Atlanta television reporter traveled to Eastern Poland, near the Ukrainian border, to do what he could to help in person.
Atlanta-based Coca-Cola Announces Suspension of Business in RussiaThe Coca-Cola Company, based in Atlanta, said in a release Tuesday afternoon, that it was suspending business in Russia.
Georgia Gas Prices Approaching $4 Per Gallon For Regular UnleadedMotorists are finding that the statewide average price for gas as of Monday morning is running at $3.96 per gallon for regular unleaded gasoline.
U.S. accuses Russia of 'war crime' with nuclear power plant attackThe war in Ukraine took a perilous turn on Friday as Russian President Vladimir Putin's forces were accused of shelling a huge nuclear power plant before taking control of the facility.
Tampa Bay Woman Says Family In Ukraine Is Hiding In Bunkers To Stay SafeNataliia Holavanova says her family resides in Kyiv and Kharkiv, where intense shelling attacks are happening.
Ukranian USF Students React To Russia's Assault on UkraineJust before dawn Thursday, Russia’s attack on Ukraine was apparent with a series of airstrikes followed by long-range artillery invading the country from all fronts.
Ukraine says Russian "full-scale invasion" underway as shelling reportedRussia launched a full-scale attack on Ukraine late Wednesday, Ukrainian and American officials said.
Tampa Bay Veterans Aiding American Evacuations From UkraineAs Ukraine shifts to a war footing and political tensions rise Wednesday, many are buckling down amid warnings of an invasion from Russia. A Tampa Bay nonprofit group, on the other hand, is working to get Americans and American allies out of the country.