Florida NAACP moves towards initiating a travel advisory for Florida

Posted by March 22, 2023

TAMPA, Fla. (WFTS) — It's what keeps Florida going; tourism. Visit Florida said 137.6 million people visited here in 2022, the most ever. In 2021, tourism br

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Tampa Bay organization aims to get more female golfers out…

Posted by March 18, 2023

TAMPA, Fla. — Thousands of fans are expected to turn out this weekend to watch the world's best golfers compete in the Valspar Championship in Palm Harbor. Am

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Local business owners set to build Habitat for Humanity homes…

Posted by March 17, 2023

Local business leaders are set to build homes with Habitat for Humanity of Hillsborough County later this month.The 2nd annual CEO Build will be held on March 2

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Massive sports complex set to open at the end of…

Posted by March 15, 2023

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. — A massive sports complex is coming to Hillsborough County.It's called the Waterset Sports Complex, and it's set to open at the end

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Tampa International Airport bracing for incoming Spring Break crowds

Posted by March 10, 2023

TAMPA, Fla. — Spring Break is happening about a week earlier than usual this year across the Bay area. And Tampa International Airport is ready for the increa

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Business owners say high crime in West Tampa may change…

Posted by January 17, 2023

The West Tampa area has seen its fair share of plight over the years, but it has also seen a sense of resurgence.However, the question remains, even with new bu

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Southwest Airlines says fix is coming to avoid future holiday…

Posted by January 17, 2023

TAMPA, Fla. — When Southwest Airlines' operations melted down at the end of December, it ruined holiday travel plans for thousands of passengers, including in

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NOTAM is a critical part of air travel

Posted by January 12, 2023

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. — Wednesday morning delays and cancellations started building up at airports across the country after a computer issue led to a nati

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Cold, aging infrastructure blamed for Tampa pipe breaks

Posted by January 7, 2023

TAMPA, Fla. — The Tampa Water Department is asking for patience from the public as crews work to catch up after nearly 100 pipe breaks were reported in a matt

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Tampa business amplifying East African culture while supporting orphanage

Posted by December 31, 2022

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. — To understand the pride, you feel when walking through Accent Styles Boutique—with owner Anji Degante you have to understand her

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