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Sunday, Tom Brady and Drew Brees will meet for the ninth time in their NFL careers. This match-up is the most important one they've ever had.
“It is incredibly uplifting to see somebody with that kind of courage and that kind of focus and that kind of public service and doing it what’s right,” said Congressman Charlie Crist.
For the first time in tax history, approximately $80 million is allocated to help businesses with construction costs, redevelopment of industrial space and office buildings.
The state's unemployment office has suspended sending people to a collection agency for overpayments until the end of October.
The Washington Post reports that the reserve started being distributed in December, and is gone; despite promise from HHS Secretary Alex Azar on Tuesday that the federal government would begin distribution of reserve.
An American bald eagle was found injured and in distress, John Roman discovered the national bird with a fishing hook in his beak and fishing line wrapped around his wing.
How Black farmers in our area say a long legacy of institutional racism has led to their disappearance
Many Black farmers in our area say they’re struggling to survive and it’s not just because of the pandemic. They say racism and discriminatory practices in the farming industry have made it impossible to stay afloat.
There are new details about Florida's planned statewide vaccine registration system. Health officials are rolling it out after frustration from seniors getting shots.
Students at Haines City High no longer have to worry about not having basic necessities. Morgan Hammett began collecting clothes, shoes, school supplies and hygiene products to open the Hornet closet.
22-year-old Adrian Lopez Jr.died this week from injuries he received when his family's Bradenton home exploded after a gas leak was reported in the area on December 3rd.
Gone in less than an hour! 10,000 COVID-19 vaccine appointments filled up in a single hour Friday in Pinellas County.
Gulfport resident Francine Giannotti says she spent 2020 stressed out but not so much over the pandemic. She blames a coronavirus-era kitchen remodel that dragged out most of the year.
Pediatric Pulmonary Specialist Dr. John Prpich featured his staff and patients in an upcoming lip sync battle music video to raise money for the American Lung Association.
Walking Club: Exploring Perico Preserve and Neal Preserve https://www.abcactionnews.com/news/gmtb/walking-club-exploring-perico-preserve-and-neal-preserve-in-manatee-county
Report finds speed limits too high on Bay Area Starkey Blueberry Farm in Trinity offering pick-your-own strawberries for first time
Tampa Bay offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich has an important job trying to lead the Bucs offense, and he says being able to work with quarterback Tom Brady is a blessing.
Overpayments from Florida's unemployment office are being turned over to a collection agency, strapping already struggling Floridians with extras fees and fear of knocks to their credit.
Health experts say the rising numbers we are seeing are from gatherings that happened in October and November and we still haven’t reached the effects of small Christmas gatherings.
Many local hospitals, including Bayfront Health, Tampa General, AdventHealth and BayCare, are now launching their own vaccine distributions specifically for their patients above age 65.
Doctors at Lakeland Regional Health have joined a national study to find the best way to prevent blood clots from forming in people who’ve had COVID-19.
The Florida Home Partnership has just completed their first batch of "net-zero" energy homes and are now handing over the keys to deserving families.
Tampa city leaders unveiling plan for "immediate relief" for overworked firefighters at Station 13
Lightning fans had to cheer on their Stanley Cup champions from afar on Wednesday as Amalie Arena recently banned in-person attendance.