Madison Alworth, 10 News Tampa Bay

Madison Alworth

10 News Tampa Bay

St. Petersburg, FL, United States

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Past articles by Madison:

COVID-19 has created a nursing shortage; USF Health is trying to bridge the gap

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that 1.1 million new nurses will be needed by 2022. USF Health College of Nursing is increasing enrollment. → Read More

Return of outdoor events: Bayshore closes down this Saturday for open street party

onbikes is hosting the event with co-sponsor, the City of Tampa. → Read More

Here's what you need to know about the Selmon Extension ahead of Monday's opening

After nearly 2.5 years of construction, the Selman Extension over Gandy Boulevard will open Monday, April 19. → Read More

Prepare to see changes around Tampa leading up to Super Bowl LV

Your day-to-day will likely look a bit different for the next week. → Read More

Hotels begin to fill up ahead of Super Bowl LV, but nowhere near pre-pandemic levels

Even with limited fans, tens-of-thousands of people will be traveling to Tampa to be around the event. → Read More

Will 2021 be the year we can put the masks away, stop social distancing, and put this pandemic behind us?

It could be more than a year before everyone has access to the vaccine, with the current set up. But, things could change soon. → Read More

USF Health vaccination clinic plans to expand once more vaccines becomes available

Dr. Moseley says that with enough supply, his clinic can vaccinate approximately 3,000 people per week. → Read More

Florida representatives vote along party lines in second impeachment of President Trump

During the House vote, multiple Florida legislators spoke out in support, or against, the impeachment with passion. → Read More

Doctors celebrate moderate flu season as COVID-19 pandemic persists

While COVID-19 cases remain high, influenza rates across the country are low. → Read More

Healthcare workers receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine as cases rise

As the vaccination process continues to roll out in Florida, some healthcare workers have officially received their second dose of the vaccine. → Read More

As COVID-19 cases remain high, so do concerns over ICU bed availability in Tampa Bay

At times, multiple hospitals in Tampa Bay have zero ICU beds available. Doctors warn that if the problem continues, there could be serious side effects. → Read More

Four lives lost in seconds: Family warns of the dangers of drunk driving on New Year's Eve

The McConnell's lost four members of their family when a drunk driver in St. Pete hit their car. → Read More

Want to know if your New Year's Eve plans are safe? An expert weighs in

With COVID-19 cases on the rise, experts are urging people to stay safe this holiday. → Read More

Health experts worry about holiday travel as COVID cases remain high

AAA is projecting that 84.5 million Americans will travel this holiday season. → Read More

Moderna vaccine will add millions of doses to US supply, but don't expect to get your vaccine soon

Florida is a long way off from vaccinating everyone in priority groups who wants to be vaccinated, discussions have started around who to offer the vaccine to next. → Read More

Holiday sales could make all the difference for small businesses hanging on by a thread

With one shopping weekend left before Christmas, local stores are hoping Tampa Bay residents choose to shop small for their last-minute gifts. → Read More

Families of long term care patients are eager for COVID-19 vaccine

For families with loved ones in long term care facilities, vaccination day cannot come soon enough. → Read More

Metropolitan Ministries is behind on food donations after a tough year with COVID-19

Normally, the non-profit feeds about 26,000 families during the holiday season. This year, 50,000 families need their help. → Read More

Families begin to pick up the pieces with help of Red Cross after Tropical Storm Eta

Stuck in the wake of Tropical Storm Eta, are St. Petersburg neighborhoods dealing with flooding and damage. → Read More

E-scooters are now available to rent in downtown St. Pete

Electric scooters are officially available for rent in downtown St. Petersburg as dozens of Veo and Razor scooters are lined up in corrals across the city. → Read More