Bucs fans cheering all over Tampa Bay

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 on their home field in Super Bowl LV on Sunday. The Bucs (15-5) won their second NFL title and first in 18 years while becoming the first team to play the big game at home, capping an unusual and challenging season played through the novel coronavirus.

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FOX 35 Meteorologist Alison Gargaro shares her recipe for Super Bowl nachos, with a Greek twist.

Tampa is buzzing this Super Bowl Sunday

FOX 35 Sports Anchor Adam Shadoff is at Raymond James Stadium, where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the first ever team to play a game in the Super Bowl in their home stadium. They are the home team, while the Kansas City Chiefs of the away team.

Warnings against large Super Bowl parties during pandemic

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, warns against large Super Bowl parties, saying conditions are right for a COVID-19 super spreader event. In Orange County, strike teams will be doing rounds to make sure that bars and nightclubs are following safety guidelines.

Super Bowl security plans in place

Super Bowl LV is only four days away, and it's become all-hands-on-deck for law enforcement. Local and federal officials laid out their plans to keep the big game safe.

Keeping the Super Bowl Experience COVID-safe

The NFL plans to allow 22,000 fans to attend Super Bowl LV next month, 7,500 of whom are vaccinated health care workers. The reduced capacity is due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.