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Pumpkin patch proceeds to help Bay area pets!

6:09 PM, Oct 3, 2013

Planning on purchasing a pumpkin to prepare for fall? Don't miss the Humane Society of Tampa Bay's annual patch- where proceeds benefit some of the Bay Area's homeless pets!

First pitch ends in big surprise for soldier's daughter

12:40 AM, May 17, 2013

Alayna Adams- she's the nine-year-old girl who was chosen to throw out the first pitch at Thursday night's Rays game...but she had no idea she was in for a grand slam-sized surprise.

HOPE Autism Foundation benefit at local restaurant

10:08 AM, Apr 6, 2013

Come out to Buffalo Wild Wings in Trinity, Saturday April 6, and help raise money for a great local Autism awareness foundation.

LISTEN: Dad delivers baby with 911 dispatcher's help

12:30 PM, Feb 25, 2013

A panicked father was able to safely deliver his baby into the world Friday because of one dispatcher's guidance and encouragement over the phone.

Changing kids' TV habits could change their behavior

8:41 AM, Feb 18, 2013

Swapping out violent TV programming for shows that are educational or have healthy behavioral messages can improve preschoolers' behavior, a study finds.

Satisfy your sweet tooth at MOSI's "Festival of Chocolate"

9:10 AM, Jan 17, 2013

Chocolate lovers will find a sweet treat this weekend at the third annual Festival of Chocolate at MOSI.

Chick-fil-A Appears To Lose Little Support From Sponsors

8:07 PM, Aug 3, 2012

A USF spokesperson says the Chick-fil-A eatery at the student center is not part of the Chick-fil-A company. The eatery is operated and managed by ARAMARK, USF's food service provider. University officials say they will keep the student's views in mind when reviewing the contract.

Investigators: decades-old lead lurking in the soil

8:17 AM, Apr 20, 2012

Sometimes, the biggest danger in the neighborhood is lurking in the front yard; invisible to the naked eye.

Dad: Son was great basketball player, person

6:09 PM, Apr 16, 2012

This past weekend Dwayne Schintzius died at the age of just 43 from complications linked to leukemia.

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