Covid Vaccine Websites Crash Monday As Tampa Bay Residents Rush To RegisterIf you were one of those across Tampa Bay who tried signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine Monday afternoon but were shut out, you’re not alone. Health officials say tech issues caused the site to crash. 
One USF Student Seeks Normalcy In 2021Shaken and disoriented by 2020, many are still deciding how to embrace 2021. One USF student shares her optimistic hope of normalcy. 
Multiple Counties In Tampa Bay Area Now Accepting Appointments For Covid Vaccines As COVID Testing Sees Holiday RushWith the new year approaching, Tampa Bay health officials say testing sites are seeing a major influx of residents looking to get tested. 
Some Tampa Bay Residents Don't Believe $600 Stimulus Check Is EnoughAbout 24 hours after President Donald Trump signed an economic relief package bill that would give each adult $600, the government is now voting on whether or not to increase that amount to $2,000 per adult.
Tampa Bay's Road To Gameday Restaurant Week: Michelle Faedo’s Tampeño CuisineSuper Bowl LV is just around the corner and dozens of local eateries are getting their shot at making an early impression for visitors. December 4, 2020 marked the start to a week-long "Road to Gameday" Restaurant Week and a chance to showcase the best meals at each restaurant. Business owners tell CW44 News At 10, with the drawbacks of COVID-19, they couldn’t be more anxious for the opportunity. 
St. Pete Nonprofit Asking For Help Feeding Families In NeedThe holidays are a time for giving and while many of us have already begun checking off our shopping lists, local nonprofit organizers are asking for a last minute hand. 
Holiday Shopping During Covid: Small Business Owners Work To Gain Foot TrafficAs businesses begin wrapping up day one of the holiday shopping season, local law enforcement officers are just getting started on holiday patrol operations. 
Eta: County Officials Share Safety Tips As Cleanup ContinuesOfficials are continuing response efforts across Tampa Bay following Tropical Storm Eta. Local government officials share tips to help keep you and your family safe during this cleanup and recovery effort. 
Eta Aftermath In The Tampa Bay AreaResidents across Tampa Bay are continuing to document the impact and aftermath of tropical storm Eta. Both Pinellas and Hillsborough County officials declared local states of emergency ahead of the storm.
Local Researcher & Election Official Discuss Voter Fraud AllegationsCW44 News At 10 reported part 1 on Monday that researchers at USF released new findings from a statewide presidential election survey. In part two, we digging deeper into some of the concerns voters have shared and what that data means.
USF Survey: Top Election Issues Are COVID, EconomyUniversity of South Florida researchers are sharing new findings from a statewide presidential election survey. USF tells CW44 News At 10, the survey measures attitudes and opinions as we get closer to the general election.
Divers Locate Body Of Struggling Swimmer In Waters Of Tampa BayDivers have located the body of a swimmer in distress that was last seen Friday morning struggling in Tampa Bay.
'Pedestrian Crosswalk Provisions A Must' After 3 Fatalities Over WeekendIt was a deadly weekend across Tampa Bay as several traffic accidents led to fatalities at intersections known to be dangerous for pedestrian crossings. Over the weekend, three deaths were the result of separate pedestrian versus vehicle accidents across Tampa Bay. CW44’a Andrea Alvarez spoke with an local advocate for pedestrian safety who says crosswalk provisions are long overdue. 
2020 Election: There's Still Time To Request Vote-By-Mail BallotsCW44 News At 10 reported last week that Hillsborough County election officials began testing their voter equipment. Since the deadline to register to vote has passed, Supervisors of Elections in the Tampa Bay area are now working together to help citizens get ready to vote in the upcoming 2020 general election. 
Covid: Florida Man Finally Home After 51 Days In Medically Induced ComaTampa Bay man receives outpouring of support from across the globe after waking from his 51-day medically induced coma to treat his COVID-19 infection.