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If you enjoy getting in the water, then you'll love this. One of the fastest growing sports in the country will "Paddle Against Cancer" on May 25 at The Club at Treasure Island.
They may look like typical bikers, but what they do off their bikes is helping to make learning for children a little easier.
Edward Hashey and his students recently won $1,000 from the Pollination Project, which awards seed grants for people who are making a difference in their communities.
For the month of May the restaurant has a special breakfast menu filled with some of the traditional items but with a homemade twist -- and it's all for charity.
One of this year's Miles for Moffitt participants is a Moffitt Cancer Center nurse whose life was saved thanks to a bone marrow transplant at the same place where she now helps other cancer patients recover.
13th Avenue Dream Center is making a significant difference by positively impacting the lives of many children.
The show consists of two characters, DJ Dan and Dr. Reacto, whose goal is to make learning fun.
A librarian for 25 years, Lois Eannel still loves what she does and she's as excited as she was the very first day she started the job.
When Cole and Chase Hakken were allegedly kidnapped by their own parents earlier this month, it highlighted some of the hurdles that relatives and other caregivers can face in protecting children who are in their custody.
Margarita Romo, known for her efforts in the migrant community, is about to be inducted into Florida's Civil Rights Hall of Fame.
They're stylin' and smilin'. Dressed to the nines. Ready to embark on their future. And now, they have a nice outfit to wear.
Susan Schwartz started an organization that would collect dresses and distribute them free of charge to underprivileged girls: Belle of the Ball was born.
Ryan's Run helps raise spirits, and also raise money for the the police memorial fund, along with college scholarships for students who are as passionate about running as Ryan was.
In less than two years, "Hiring Our Heroes" says it's helped more than 18,000 veterans and military spouses find work.
The state's Positive Behavior Support Projects encourages good behavior in students through rewards rather than punishments.
A local doctor is taking his skills half a world away to help people with back and neck problems. Dr. Steven Barna takes us to Dasma, Kuwait.
Come out to Buffalo Wild Wings in Trinity, Saturday April 6, and help raise money for a great local Autism awareness foundation.
A Bay area woman is getting the word out about a rare disorder to help other families.
Local and national acts are taking to the stage in Downtown St. Pete for a good cause.
It takes props and plenty of patience to capture the perfect picture... especially when you're trying to photograph a dog.
On Thursday, April 4, from 6 - 10 p.m., "Lights, Fashion, Hope" is taking over Saks Fifth Avenue at Westshore Plaza to raise money for children's programs at Metropolitan Ministries and Joshua House.
"Making a Difference" is a family affair for the Russell's of Lakeland. They're going a great distance and to "new heights" to help children in Africa.
They call him the "go to" guy, when it comes to tours. Ben Bindschadler volunteers countless hours for the reserve. Bennie loves to educate as well as humor his guests.
A Florida man says a case of love versus the law has left his daughter, a high school student, facing criminal charges that could land her in prison and require her to register as a sex offender.
The 10 News Investigators discovered FDOT and local cities have been working together to shorten some of the yellow lights across the state, resulting in many more red-light camera tickets.
Brooksville Police are searching for a man wanted in the attempted murder of two people at Brook Haven Apartments early Tuesday morning.
The Florida Highway Patrol has reported the sad news that the driver of the car involved in an accident with a dump truck on I-75 near SR 56 Tuesday has died.
A 19-year-old high school student has been arrested after authorities say she bit her boyfriend's penis when he refused to have sex with her.
A Florida woman claims a man tortured and sexually abused her miniature horses. Now, she's hoping surveillance video of the attacks will help send the suspect to prison for a long time.
Cops say it all started as two vehicles were traveling southbound on US 41.
It was a single Quick Pick ticket sold on Saturday at a Publix in Zephyrhills that won the largest Powerball jackpot ever, according to Florida Lottery officials.
Hillsborough County Sheriff's detectives have charged the wife of 33-year-old Ervin Washington, who was found shot to death outside their home, with his murder.
After complaints about a Tampa Bay plumbing company, we staged an undercover sting to confirm what customers were telling us.
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