After shocks of disbelief, anger shakes Tampa Bay area
Sharon Wagner cried as she drove home from Tampa International Airport on Tuesday.
Attacks shut skies over Tampa Bay
TAMPA -- By 10 a.m., the word "Canceled" filled the spaces beside the flights on every arrival and departure board at Tampa International Airport.
Area officials tighten security, wait anxiously after strike
Across the bay area, law enforcement agencies were put on alert as many government offices closed or reduced services.
MacDill on heightened security
TAMPA -- Armed guards and Tampa police officers stood watch Tuesday at the entrance to MacDill Air Force Base, which was virtually shut down to civilian traffic.
Donors line up with blood, compassion
By 6 p.m. Tuesday, Florida Blood Services had collected nearly 2,000 units of blood across the Tampa Bay area.
How to help
Here are some blood donation sites and relief efforts around the Tampa Bay area seeking donors, volunteers and contributions.
Where to call to check travel plans
Here are numbers and Web sites to check if you have travel plans:
Most institutions closed after attack plan to open today
Several businesses and government offices closed Tuesday, responding to security concerns and also to the need to show respect to the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attack.
Show of faith rises amid fear
Angry and afraid, many seek spiritual comfort as the nation's vulnerability to terrorism is harshly exposed.
Radio sticks with disaster
Those who didn't have access to a television heard the news of the World Trade Center attack on radio.
Tampa's Muslims brace for backlash
They fear Americans will take out their frustrations on Islamic schools and community centers in the bay area.
Memories of Pearl Harbor rush back
For those who remember the Japanese attack 60 years ago, Tuesday's devastation opens a flood of emotions -- and some new fears.
Educators, students, parents cope
The national tragedy largely prompts fear and tears in area schools, which plan to remain open today.