Courtney Robinson, 10 News Tampa Bay

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10 News Tampa Bay

Tampa, FL, United States

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Past articles by Courtney:

Who would be affected by Florida's proposed 15-week abortion ban?

Data shows 93.9 percent of abortions in Florida in 2021 were performed during the first trimester, at or before 11 weeks. → Read More

Here's what you need to know about 'stealth omicron'

As COVID-19 variants continue to mutate, scientists have identified a sub-variant of omicron called BA.2. The sub-variant is said to be no cause for alarm. → Read More

Late Hall of Fame Coach John Madden donated gaming consoles to military troops every Christmas

The late John Madden continuously showed support to a local Wesley Chapel non-profit that provides care packages for military troops deployed in remote areas. → Read More

How do COVID-19 vaccines stand up to new variants of the virus? A medical expert weighs in

Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding, an epidemiologist with the Federation of American Scientists, weighs in on the vaccine's effectiveness against COVID-19 coronavirus varients. → Read More

It's official: Florida certifies its 2020 election results

Much like the 2020 general election in Florida, the certification happened quickly and without issue. → Read More

Florida counties certify election results

Across Tampa Bay, county canvassing boards are certifying official results of the 2020 election. → Read More

This is how you know you’re at an official ballot drop box in Florida

In Florida, the law outlines where secure drop boxes may be placed. All ballot drop boxes must be staffed or monitored. → Read More

Tampa teen uses his business to thank teachers

He started EPIC Yard Cards and set up a surprise for educators at Sickles High School → Read More

2 DMV employees in Clearwater test positive for COVID-19

The DMV office was closed on Wednesday morning and all employees were told to quarantine, according to a spokesperson. → Read More

Supreme Court will not consider limiting qualified immunity for police

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear a case on qualified immunity, a legal doctrine that largely limits limiting against the police on their conduct. → Read More

Water Wars 2020: Plant High School graduates continue senior tradition

It's a way to come together while also keeping a social distance. → Read More

Rare pediatric illness confirmed in Tampa teen

Pediatric Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome is an alarming new illness that is attacking children and doctors say there is a strong link to COVID-19. → Read More

How will questions surrounding 33,000 tests from AdventHealth impact Florida's overall testing numbers?

10investigates asked FL DOH that basic question. → Read More

Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nunez talks about reopening Florida with 10News

“What we want is Floridians to make decisions to take appropriate precautions that make sense for them." → Read More

Local artists' 'Art Walk & Find' paintings bringing neighbors together

A local artist in St. Pete’s Arcadia Gardens asked neighbors on Nextdoor if she could paint something on their property-- now other neighborhoods want in. → Read More

MacDill Air Force Base plans hospital flyovers to thank front line heroes

Two KC-135 refuelers will fly over 12 hospitals on Friday, May 15, to salute front line medical workers in the Tampa Bay area. → Read More

Seminole Heights residents show teachers how grateful they are for them

TRIBE Seminole Heights pulled together donations from the community to grant teachers’ wishes. → Read More

Neighborhood Dog Spot gives dogs and owners a treat amid pandemic

Jaime McKnight runs a dog rescue. She wanted to unite her neighborhood and came up with a fun way that dogs and their owners love. → Read More

Feeding frontline workers and the soul

Bill Weber asked the Oldsmar community to help him thank ER workers and support a local business. He found the effort is doing more than providing a meal. → Read More

St. Pete woman gives her stimulus money to single moms and challenges others to pay it forward

Ann Steele said she didn’t need the $750 and wanted to give it to those who do need it. → Read More