Haley Hinds, FOX 13 Tampa Bay

Haley Hinds

FOX 13 Tampa Bay

Orlando, FL, United States

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Past articles by Haley:

'I have to do something': Moms take grassroots approach to get formula to families in need

The FDA is promising improvement "within days" for families struggling to find baby formula, with plans to have it flown in from other countries, and with the impending reopening of the Abbott formula plant. That's not soon enough for some moms who are taking it upon themselves to connect families who have extra formula with those who need it. → Read More

Lealman Innovation Academy students celebrate first-ever prom

Wearing elegant tuxedos and gowns, students at Lealman Innovation Academy danced the night away at the school's first-ever prom. Students were challenged to get graduation and attendance rates up, and their reward to exceeding their goal was a night they'll never forget. → Read More

Family begs for answers after Pasco County man left in unconscious state after Lutz hit-and-run crash

A Pasco County father training for a triathlon was critically injured after a driver hit him while riding his bicycle. Florida Highway Patrol said the driver left the scene of the crash, and the man's family is begging for the person responsible to own up to it. → Read More

Bradenton man traveling to Ukraine to rescue refugees

A Bradenton man whose family is from Ukraine is preparing to travel there to help those who can't escape. → Read More

TECO looking to add observation dock at Manatee Viewing Center

A proposed expansion at TECO’s Manatee Viewing Center may bring more people up close to Florida’s manatees. → Read More

‘Bureaucratic disaster’: Citrus County man trying to return to U.S. with new Ukrainian bride

One week after Jeff Patton, of Citrus County, went to Ukraine to get married, Russia invaded the country. → Read More

‘Where’s your compassion?’ Speakers make plea for rent control, Tampa city council explores other solutions

On Thursday, Tampa City Council was flooded with pleas from people asking them to take action against out-of-control rising rent. While they did come up with a few solutions, they stopped short of declaring an emergency, which would've put rent control up for a vote. → Read More

Sarasota neighborhoods 'Unite Against Hate' after anti-Semitic incident

Neighbors are rallying together after anti-Semitic fliers were littered in several Sarasota neighborhoods. They refused to stay silent. Instead, they passed out yard signs reading "United Against Hate." An action intended to cause hurt is being met with solidarity. → Read More

New synthetic opioid found in Pasco, '20 times more potent' than fentanyl

A string of overdoses led Pasco County deputies to discover a new synthetic opioid was on their streets. The drug called 'iso' is 20 times stronger than fentanyl, can be absorbed by skin contact, and appears to be resistant to Narcan, making it even more deadly. → Read More

Iconic spire from Seminole Heights Baptist Church transformed into art

A spire that once stood a top of Seminole Heights Baptist Church has new life and a new message. → Read More

South Tampa residents want change at dangerous intersection after 2 teens killed in crash

Neighbors are rallying for immediate changes at a South Tampa intersection where two teens were killed last month. → Read More

New sexual assault services facility to open in 'underserved' south Hillsborough County

There will soon be a new refuge for Bay Area victims and sexual assault. Next year, the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay will open a second sexual assault services facility in south Hillsborough County. It's an expansion they say is needed in an underserved area. → Read More

Tacos Las Californias celebrates milestone after thriving during pandemic

Quesabirria is a key ingredient in Tacos Las Californias' recipe for success. The rest is hard work and passion. → Read More

Mayor Castor, Rays owner meet for 'update' on team's future

The Tampa Bay Rays continue scouting both sides of the bay and beyond for a potential new home base. Their focus is still on a split-city plan, but many want to know from where the money for a new stadium will come – and whether a bidding war between cities could be on the horizon. → Read More

Boston bombing survivor with prosthetic leg shared special bond with Winter the dolphin

Stories are pouring in from around the world as people share their deep, personal connections to Winter the dolphin. Her death hits especially close to home for a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing whose prosthetic leg was made by the same company that designed Winter's prosthetic fin. → Read More

Veteran guitar instructor creating memorial instrument for fallen service members

A Tampa guitar instructor who designs incredible hand-made guitars has been working on an extra special project. He's building a custom guitar for one of his students who lost two brothers in Afghanistan. It's been an emotional journey as he crafts this musical memorial. → Read More

Sarasota realtor finishes 42nd NYC marathon, longest women's streak in race history

She's 78 years old and Sunday, Connie Brown finished the New York City marathon for the 42nd time. → Read More

Rising food prices, supply chain issues pushing up menu prices

Diners may notice a higher number on the receipt next time they're out to eat. Restaurants are up against a storm of obstacles from soaring food prices to shipping delays. It's forcing some restaurants, still recovering from the pandemic, to make the difficult choice to raise menu prices. → Read More

Target CEO makes $10M donation to help build new mental health facility in Sarasota

The pandemic has had a huge impact on people's mental health, dramatically increasing cases of anxiety, depression, addiction, and suicidal thoughts. Just this week, the American Academy of Pediatrics declared a national emergency, with E.R. visits for mental health emergencies among kids on the rise. → Read More

Gov. DeSantis signs bill requiring all Florida high school students to learn CPR

Florida high school students will now be required to learn CPR under a new law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis. → Read More