'This is an issue': USF Unveils New Human Trafficking Research LabThe University of South Florida just opened a new lab devoted to studying human trafficking research in the state. The research lab aims to transform Tampa Bay into a region that’s resilient to human trafficking.
USF Students Explain First Week Back On CampusIt’s been one week since local college students returned to campus at USF for the fall semester. We caught up with one student who gave feedback on what it's like there.
Moderna Trial For Children Under 12 Being Held At USFThe University of South Florida will test the Moderna vaccine on children between the ages of 6 months old and less than 11 years old.
Local Experts React To New Alzheimer's Drug, AduhelmUSF Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer's Center and Research Institute held trials for the new drug.
USF Releases New Information About Water Quality Near Piney Point
USF Researchers Lead First Cruise To Study Piney Point Wastewater LeakA team of USF scientists is working to find out more on the Piney Point wastewater leak. Researchers boarded the first research cruise dedicated to studying the environmental impacts of that water breach in Manatee County on Wednesday.
'Keep It Outdoors': Experts Urge Easter Safety Tips Amid COVID-19 Breakthrough InfectionsAfter numerous breakthrough COVID-19 infections, despite having been vaccinated, experts are warning that “sticking to the basics” is the best advice to go by while out for church service and those Easter egg hunts this weekend.
USF Awarded For Focusing On Support Of Minority-Owned BusinessesIt’s been four years since the University of South Florida launched a program focusing local minority-owned businesses. As one of the largest economic drivers in this region USF is now being recognized nationally for their attention to detail on those businesses.
USF Students 'Hesitant' About Returning To In-Person ClassesUniversity of South Florida staff announced Wednesday they are preparing for a full return to in-person classes and student activities come Fall semester. USF students say, while they’re looking forward to being back in a social setting with friends, they’re hesitations far outweigh their excitement for that communal environment.
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?
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.
Expert Says Tampa Bay Could See Spike In COVID-19 Cases After Super BowlDr. Thomas Unnasch says if there is a spike in COVID-19 cases, we won’t see it for about a month.
USF Political Prof Discusses President Trump's Looming Impeachment UncertaintiesAs we get closer to the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden, the country’s eyes are on whether or not President Donald Trump will be impeached in the United States Senate. CW44 News At 10 spoke with a Political Professor at USF for a better understanding of the uncertain road ahead.
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.
USF Survey: Top Election Issues Are COVID, EconomyUniversity of South Florida researchers are sharing new findings from a statewide presidential election survey. USF tells CW44 News At 10, the survey measures attitudes and opinions as we get closer to the general election.