Hammond Elementary School Principal Lynn Rattray kisses a pig after students meet their $3,000 challenge in a read-a-thon by raising $12,000.
Charles Haines has signed autographs, stood at center field at a Rays game and center ice at a Lightning game and posed for pictures when people stopped him.
Jacob Rivers had a star-studded year. The Walker Middle School sixth-grader was one of 152 students from the United States and five other countries selected to attend a diabetes awareness conference in Washington in June...
Their lists to Santa included an Easy Bake oven, a football and the Littlest Pet Shop toys.
Jacob Rivers went to Washington, D.C., two weeks ago for a chance to ask lawmakers to support diabetes research, but he never expected to wind up at the White House.
It looked like a papier-mache mushroom cloud and hummed like a large fluorescent bulb.
Walker Middle School hopes to point children toward healthy choices with a three-part fitness fair Friday.
In swift, staccato movements, Bethany Febre makes a series of swipes for her imaginary opponent. She kicks, blocks and punches before the teacher finishes his count of three.
A community-based high school robotics team that formed this year has qualified for the state championship.
Jim Hawk won't be found living in one of those neighborhoods where homes are crammed next to each other and yards can be cut with a few swipes of the lawn mower.
Joel, Aaron, Hunter, B.J. and "Chris-Squared" didn't need a common high school to form a team.
Betting on the ponies isn't the only gamble Roger Strouf makes when he heads to Tampa Bay Downs.