Climate Change Advocates Emphasize Long Term Commitments via Earth DayClimate change advocates say Earth Day should just be the beginning of a long term commitment between us and our planet.
City Of Tampa And USF Start Tree Canopy Research StudyOver the next several weeks, researchers will be collecting information about the amount of trees there are in Tampa and how many more are needed.
DOJ Appeals Ruling Striking Down Mask Mandate for TravelersThe Department of Justice appealed a ruling Wednesday by a Florida Federal judge which struck down masks mandates for travelers, despite advice by the CDC. The decision is causing confusion among people across Tampa Bay.
USF Students Collab with Eastern European Students During WarTampa Bay students have teamed up with students in Eastern Europe amid an international humanitarian crisis overseas.
FL: DESANTIS MOVES AGAINST DISNEYFL Gov. DeSantis moves against Disney to eliminate special status for FL theme park
Governor DeSantis Announces Special Session For Property Insurance IssuesGovernor Ron DeSantis announced on Monday that state legislatures will hold a special session in May to discuss property insurance increases.
Tampa Bay Churches Have Easter Festivities For First Time In Two YearsThis weekend, many churches are having Easter celebrations for the first time in over two years.
St. Petersburg Businesses See Increase In Customers On Rays Game DaysOne week after the Tampa Bay Rays had their opening game, local businesses are seeing a huge increase in customers!
South Tampa water main break to close major intersection beyond Easter, officials sayA water main break at a busy intersection in South Tampa is expected to divert motorists as Easter weekend approaches, according to city officials.
Local Teen Advocacy Groups Address Gun Violence, Suicide RatesLocal advocacy groups are working to address teen suicide and gun violence issues across Tampa Bay as teen death rates continue to climb.
Tampa Bay Fire Rescue Teams Address Drowning Prevention TacticsAfter a record number of deaths from drowning in Florida, Tampa Bay fire rescue teams are taking extra steps to educate you and your family about water safety.
City Of Tampa Takes Steps To Protect Palmetto Beach From Rising Sea LevelsFollowing a report stating that miles of coastal land could be devastated due to rising sea levels because of climate change in the next 30 years, Tampa engineers and scientists are taking action.
Governor Ron DeSantis Allocates $70 Million To Promote FatherhoodThe money is aimed to help fathers connect with their children and to provide mentorship programs for those children who don’t have a father involved in their lives.
Tampa Bay Rays Fans Celebrate Opening Day in St. PetersburgFans were out hours before first pitch Friday to celebrate the end of a lockout and the beginning of a fresh season of baseball in Tampa Bay.
Experts Say Tampa Bay Needs To Spend $13.4 Billion To Protect From Rising Sea LevelsLocal environmental and economic researchers say the Tampa Bay region will need to spend roughly $13.4 billion to protect against rising sea levels due to climate change.
Two Family Members Struck By Lightning In TampaTwo family members are now recovering, after both were struck by lightning over the weekend...and survived!
Hillsborough County Sheriff Officers Arrest Six Men For Stealing $60,000 In GasSix people are behind bars, after Hillsborough County Sheriff’s officers say they stole $60,000 worth of gas from two local gas stations.
Tampa Police Department Sees Increase In Gun ViolenceAccording to the Tampa Police Department, within the last month, there have been over seven different shootings that have results in injury or death.
3D-Printed Beak Saves ZooTampa Bird From CancerTop medical teams across Tampa Bay are celebrating after a successful surgery that saved a local zoo animal’s life.
Florida Attorney General Leads 21 State in Natl Mask Mandate LawsuitFlorida Attorney General Leads 21 State in Natl Mask Mandate Lawsuit
Sarasota Police Investigating Anti-Semitic Messages Left On DrivewaysPolice removed the messages from residents' driveways on Saturday.
Florida Leads 21 States in Action to End Traveler Mask MandateFlorida government officials are leading other states in an action against the Biden Administration’s mask mandate for U.S. travelers.
LGBTQ+ Members React to 'Don't Say Gay' Bill Becoming LawLGBTQ+ Members React to 'Don't Say Gay' Bill Becoming Law

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