Tampa Bay To Fly The Juneteenth FlagThe City of Tampa Bay raised a flag and lighted Old City Hall and downtown bridges in celebration of Juneteenth on Friday, June 18. 
Finn's Fighters Foundation Gives Back To Community, Raises Pediatric Cancer AwarenessA family in Tampa Bay that lost their son to pediatric cancer is helping support other families facing similar medical battles by hosting charity events and raising awareness through the not-for-profit Finn's Fighters Foundation. 
FDOT Is Asking For Communities Input On The Howard Frankland Bridge Replacement Project.The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is asking for the communities input on features for the Howard Frankland Bridge replacement project.
Panic-Buying Causes Temporary Shutdown Of Several Bay Area Gas StationsOfficials say while there is not a shortage from the shutdown in Florida, some gas stations may be out of gas because people are panic-buying.
Manatee County Utilities Considers Expanding Service Area Following Piney Point BreachManatee County Government is asking Manatee County Utilities to provide a report on water quality and how much it would cost to expand the area that the company services to include more homes near Piney Point.
DUI Saturation Patrol Takes To The Streets Of Pinellas County This WeekendPeople hitting the streets of Pinellas County may notice an increased presence of law enforcement this weekend.
FL State Senators Consider Adding $200M Towards Piney Point CleanupState senators are currently considering a budget amendment that would cleanup and close the stacks at Piney Point in Manatee County.
Piney Point Evacuation Order Lifted TuesdayResidents who were previously evacuated near the Piney Point reservoir are able to return home as of Tuesday evening.
Tampa Bay Area Biker Event Expected To Cultivate Economic GrowthFollowing a successful event last summer, renowned bikers are returning to Tampa Bay and expected to make a much-needed economic impact for Hillsborough County.
Florida-Based Company Developing Intranasal COVID-19 VaccineGov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday all adults will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine by April. Now with the need for more vaccines in the sunshine state the only Florida based company working on a vaccine just entered stage two of vaccine development.
'Things Finally Started Lightening Up': How Tampa Bay Celebrated St. Patrick's Day in 2021Known for giant tents, outdoor live bands, and green... everything, this year felt a little different for those celebrating St. Patrick's Day after a hard-hitting 2020 just as businesses were told to shut down due to COVID-19.