Courtney Robinson, 10 News Tampa Bay

Courtney Robinson

10 News Tampa Bay

Tampa, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Courtney:

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

Heights Citizens Bike Brigade delivering support to community, local businesses

The group provides free delivery from locally owned businesses to neighbors. → Read More

Odessa mom creates neighborhood tribute for Class of 2020

A mom in Odessa’s Arbor Lakes Estates neighborhood posted on Nextdoor to share what she did to celebrate her son and the Class of 2020. → Read More

Professional photographer offering free family Easter photos

He lives in St. Petersburg's Snell Shores, and he and his wife want to help her neighbors make great memories despite the pandemic. → Read More

Kids make cards for Tampa nursing home residents

It’s a small reminder that now more than ever, we need each other → Read More

Kids make cards for people living at Tampa nursing homes

Residents in assisted living facilities and nursing homes have not had visitors since March 13 when Gov. Ron DeSantis barred visitors from such facilities. → Read More

Land O' Lakes mom offers free tutoring for children affected by COVID-19

Marianna Vitale decided to stop charging and start helping as many kids as she can. → Read More

First case of COVID-19 is confirmed at MacDill Air Force Base

The first case of COVID-19 coronavirus has been confirmed at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa. → Read More

Tampa woman shares her experience with COVID-19

Kaelyn Sheedy, 29, says she's no longer quarantined and has been cleared by the Department of Health. → Read More

American workers impacted by COVID-19 will get federal help, President Trump says

President Donald Trump is pushing lawmakers to send checks straight to Americans who need it and provide help for industries and small businesses suffering. → Read More

Florida emergency management directors acknowledge delay in state reporting COVID-19 cases

Emergency management directors in Tampa Bay point to commercial testing for the lag in reporting. → Read More