Travis Pittman, 10 News Tampa Bay

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Past articles by Travis:

A Costco policy enacted early in the COVID-19 pandemic is about to end

Costco was one of the first businesses to enact special shopping hours for people at higher risk from COVID-19. That's about to change. → Read More

Stephen Wilhite has died. You've probably shared something on social media he created

You probably don't know his name but have likely shared his work on social media. The creator of the GIF has died. → Read More

Check your bathroom: This popular brand of moisturizer has just been recalled

The recalled moisturizer may contain a bacteria that can pose a risk to people with weakened immune systems. → Read More

Where all 50 states stand on making daylight saving time permanent

A state-by-state look at the US efforts to 'lock the clock' and end or make daylight saving time permanent so there's no more falling back or springing forward. → Read More

10 terms to know about Russia's invasion of Ukraine

As you follow the ongoing situation in Ukraine, here are some terms that may frequently come up. → Read More

Here's the final medal count of the Beijing Winter Olympics

The women led the way for Team USA, picking up most of the medal haul at the Beijing Winter Olympics. → Read More

Flame, 'The Rachel' or Karen? 2024 Paris Olympics logo has people seeing different things

The next Summer Olympics will be held in Paris. What do you see when you look at the Paris 2024 Olympic logo? → Read More

Which is faster? Luge, skeleton or bobsled at the Winter Olympics?

With speeds of 80 mph and higher, the sliding sports are among the fastest and most treacherous at the Winter Olympics. → Read More

When does each country march during Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony?

The countries enter by alphabetical order, for the most part, but the United States won't be near the end of the parade. → Read More

$5,000 from the IRS? As tax season begins, some may get a big pay day.

Tax filing season starts Monday. Here are some tips from the IRS to speed up the process and avoid delays. → Read More

First-ever arthritis pain management drug for cats approved by FDA

The FDA said the drug can help manage the pain from the degenerative condition and improve a feline's quality of life. → Read More

If you have these COVID tests at home, stop using them, FDA says

People who took LuSys Laboratories antigen or antibody tests may want to be tested again, the FDA said. → Read More

Reports: NHL to cancel Olympics participation as COVID disrupts schedule

The decision, reported by ESPN and The Athletic and expected to be announced soon, would open the Olympics pause in the NHL schedule to make up games. → Read More

Iconic brand that went bankrupt making comeback with new flagship store

The new Toys 'R' Us store marks the latest effort to re-launch the brand that served U.S. children and parents for 70 years. → Read More

Boston, Cincinnati elect Asian Americans for mayor for 1st time

Boston voters elected an Asian American as its mayor for the first time, choosing Michelle Wu. Cincinnati picked Aftab Pureval. Seattle could follow suit. → Read More

Reports: Carole Baskin suing Netflix over 'Tiger King 2'

Carole Baskin and her husband are suing Netflix over its upcoming release of "Tiger King 2" for footage of them that they say is set to appear in the series. → Read More

Reports: Alec Baldwin fires prop gun on movie set, killing 1

Production has been halted on the Western movie “Rust,” which is being directed by Joel Souza with Baldwin producing and starring in it. → Read More

Did anyone win the $570 million Powerball jackpot?

The eighth-largest jackpot in Powerball history was up for grabs in Wednesday night's drawing, which climbed to $570 million. → Read More

Ed Asner, versatile comedy and drama Emmy winner, dies at 91

Asner showed how nimble he could be by successfully playing the gruff Lou Grant both in a comedy series and then in a drama. → Read More

More child tax credit payments going out Friday

Advocates argue the monthly payments make more sense for low-income families, but middle-income families are also benefiting. → Read More