Josh Cascio, FOX 13 Tampa Bay

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FOX 13 Tampa Bay

Tampa, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Josh:

One year after harrowing COVID-19 battle, Lightning's anthem singer 'blessed' to return for Stanley Cup Final

It's as beloved as any other part of the Lightning's pre-game festivities: Sonya Bryson-Kirksey, decked out in Bolts blue, delivering a rousing rendition of the national anthem. After a battle with COVID-19 last year landed her in the hospital for a month – with 8 of those days in the ICU – she says she's blessed to be back at Amalie Arena for this year's Stanley Cup Final. → Read More

Gun show to be held in Tampa this weekend

The Tampa Gun Show is taking place this weekend at the Florida State Fairgrounds. → Read More

Bay Area WWII vets return to France for 78th D-Day anniversary

World War II veterans from the Bay Area are heading back to France to mark the 78th anniversary of D-Day. → Read More

Gold Star families honor the nation's fallen along Riverwalk in downtown Tampa

Nearly two dozen Gold Star families gathered at MacDill Park along Tampa's Riverwalk to honor the nation's fallen. → Read More

Freedom's not free, you got to earn it’: Vietnam War pilots reunite in Tampa

Those who flew helicopters during the Vietnam War gathered in Tampa this week for their annual meeting → Read More

Despite past opposition, Straz Center to welcome 31-story downtown tower with open arms

After ten years, officials finally broke ground on a 31-story residential tower in Tampa on Thursday. → Read More

‘We save lives’: Special operations' war technology on display in Tampa

Special operations contractors are showing off their skills and technology this week in downtown Tampa. → Read More

Tampa gym offers electro muscle stimulation workout technology

A Tampa gym claims it has new technology that can condense a full-body workout into just 20 minutes. → Read More

New Sistine Chapel exhibit opens this week at Westshore Mall in Tampa

A new exhibit opening this week at the Westshore Mall in Tampa will transport viewers to the Sistine Chapel. → Read More

Death of 4-year-old at East Tampa motel under investigation

A 4-year-old girl was pronounced dead Monday after being found unresponsive at Sunset Inn Motel in Tampa. Police are trying to figure out how she died. → Read More

Avon Park residents left cleaning up after hail falls during Highlands County storms

Avon Park residents were left cleaning up after hail fell during Highlands County storms Monday evening. → Read More

It’s a ‘buyer’s market’ for jobs seekers as unemployment rate continues to drop

Those in the market for a new job may have the pick of the litter as economic factors improve. → Read More

‘There’s something I’m meant to do’: Pasco man changes lifestyle after surviving near-fatal heart attack

A Wesley Chapel man has a new lease on life after nearly dying of a heart attack in the beginning of the year. → Read More

New Japan Pro Wrestling welcomes WWE's first openly gay superstar into the ring in St. Pete

In 2013, Fred Rosser came out as the first openly gay wrestler signed with the WWE. He has taken his message all over the globe and Sunday he'll bring it back to Tampa Bay as one of the names competing under the New Japan Pro Wrestling banner at the St. Pete Coliseum. → Read More

FBI issues ransomware attack warning after Canadian extradited to Tampa for alleged cybercrimes

The latest warning follows the extradition of a 34-year-old Sebastien Vachon-Desjardins from Canada to Tampa. He faces charges related to ransomware attacks using software known as NetWalker, which the DOJ says has been used to target businesses, municipalities, and even law enforcement. → Read More

Artist using salvaged patrol car parts in sculpture dedicated to fallen Tampa officer

A Bay Area artist is putting together a unique sculpture to honor fallen Tampa Police Officer Jesse Madsen. → Read More

‘It was the worst night of my life’: TPD remembers fallen Officer Jesse Madsen 1 year after death

On Wednesday, Tampa police remembered Officer Jesse Madsen, who was killed in the line of duty one year ago. → Read More

'You can’t die and burn in hell fast enough': Son of 1981 rape, murder victim confronts suspect in court

Linda Slaten was killed in 1981. Nearly 40 years later, Joseph Mills was charged with her rape and murder. Now, he's finally pleading guilty to keep himself off death row. → Read More

St. Pete woman born with heart condition recovering after COVID complications force amputations

Claire Bridges life was changed forever after being diagnosed with COVID-19. She was vaccinated, but also had a congenital heart condition. Complications meant portions of both of her legs had to be removed below the knee. Now she's recovering and her dad says she's a 'trooper.' → Read More

City holds public input meeting for West Tampa Rome Yard development

The city of Tampa will hear from residents in West Tampa Monday about the proposed Rome Yard multi-use development. → Read More