Liz Crawford, 10 News Tampa Bay

Liz Crawford

10 News Tampa Bay

Tampa, FL, United States

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New agency takes over foster care system in Hillsborough County

The CEO of Children's Network says the first priority is recruiting foster families and staff members. → Read More

Addict turned advocate: 'Recovery is possible. There is hope. I’m living proof of it.'

A Pasco County man has made it his life mission to help others struggling with addiction find a path to recovery. → Read More

Once charged with battery on a cop, debate emerges over pick for Tampa's next police chief

Mary O'Connor was named chief of police on Feb. 8. City Council still has not confirmed the appointment. We look at both sides of the conversation about her. → Read More

New housing complex for struggling families coming to Pasco County

Metropolitan Ministries is behind the project which will provide housing units for 48 families. → Read More

Parents of Rays bullpen catcher who took his own life say he was loved by many

Carlos and Toni Ramirez said they didn't see any warning signs. → Read More

Vaccinated vs. unvaccinated: Federal data shows the number of COVID-19 breakthrough cases

Health experts labeled the summer surge of cases "a pandemic of the unvaccinated." However, the news of breakthrough cases was being reported at the same time. → Read More

Fully vaccinated and COVID positive: Here's what researchers have learned

In just a few short months, researchers have learned a lot about COVID in vaccinated people. → Read More

No change expected to Pinellas County Schools optional mask policy

Discussion about face coverings on campus is not on the agenda for Tuesday's school board meeting. → Read More

Restaurants and businesses adapting to new mask guidelines

Hair salons, bars, art galleries, and other businesses around Tampa Bay are trying to figure out how to best serve their customers. → Read More

Another day of vaccine chaos in Tampa Bay

Appointments booked within hours, phone calls went unanswered, and a long line formed around the block. → Read More

Florida newspapers sue governor for not releasing weekly White House coronavirus reports

The Orlando Sentinel and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel are suing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his office for not releasing weekly White House coronavirus reports. → Read More

At least a dozen downtown St. Pete bars fined more than once for violating COVID orders

Many are getting cited and fined for violating mask-wearing and social distancing guidelines. → Read More

Lack of school COVID-19 data continues to frustrate teachers

When 10 Tampa Bay combed through archives of pediatric COVID-19 data provided by the state, we found missing days and inconsistencies in reporting. → Read More

Doctor Diaries: Pediatric physicians reveal their experiences treating kids with COVID-19

Three doctors from Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital share personal and professional stories from the frontlines. → Read More

Four Hillsborough School Board races on the ballot

Eight candidates are vying for four seats on the Hillsborough County School Board on Nov. 3. → Read More

Pinellas parents still pleading for district to do away with 'simultaneous teaching'

The tension over "simultaneous teaching" in Pinellas County continues to be brought up by parents. → Read More

Parents urging district to do away with 'simultaneous teaching' model

About half of teachers in Pinellas County are teaching a classroom of in-person students while also instructing online students. → Read More

Research shows pandemic could cause more than half of Florida daycares to close for good

According to the Center for American Progress, 50 percent of daycares could close, leaving 4.5 million children without a place to go. → Read More

Raising "bubble babies": COVID-19 protocols are delaying kids from getting common colds, doctor says

Lockdowns and mask mandates are preventing more than just COVID-19. New habits are delaying kids from acquiring immunity to the stuff they normally catch at school. → Read More

Teachers' union puts Hillsborough school board member on the stand in lawsuit against state

Florida school lawsuit: The Florida Education Association is getting its day in court, and the first witness it called was a Hillsborough County school board member. → Read More