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Millions of dollars in campaign ad spending, along with three debates that will show the candidates' contrasts side by side, will swing the Florida governor's race.
Businesses spring up pre-medical cannabis vote Business have sprung up that are educating people about medical marijuana even before amendment 2 vote.
The CEO of a major company is seen on video repeatedly kicking a doberman puppy as it sits cowering on the floor at his feet in an elevator, according to Fortune, and the video is going viral.
Rep. Dwight Dudley is asking House Speaker Will Weatherford to establish a special committee to address Duke Energy's billing practice.
The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 26, as voters make their choices in Republican and Democratic primaries, an universal primary, partisan elections and for or against a countywide referendum question.
Polling place changed after church fire Polling crews camped outside of the Vietnamese Evangelical church this morning directing voters to a new polling location.
An environmental study analyzing the proposed public/private high-speed ferry service in Hillsborough County that ultimately could make its way to St. Petersburg is due to be released soon.
A major change in how Charlie Crist will campaign for governor is coming and it involves shifting away from Tampa Bay.
Thousands of U.S. military veterans can attest that one of their toughest battles is fighting through the bureaucratic jungle of the Department of Veterans Affairs to obtain disability benefits.
Will Duke's president address billing complaints? 10 News has also requested a one-on-one interview with Glenn in person or over the phone, but we are still waiting for an answer.
The UpTake: BitPay executives take a trip to Florida to urge the business community to take the time and set up to accept bitcoin before a the December Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl.
Last week was tops in sales for a St. Petersburg, Florida Starbucks. It was also, you might say, a day when the nice guys won -- for awhile.
The city's arts and cultural offerings aren't marketed enough, says one City Council member, who thinks bed tax money might be the answer.
SPC Collegiate High School student senior Eritha Cainion talks about what the new partnership between Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority and St. Petersburg College means to her during an Aug. 21 press conference at the Gibbs campus in St. Petersburg.
Around 2 a.m. Sunday, Pinellas County Fire fighters responded to a 3 alarm fire at Vietnamese Evangelical Church, 4344 21st St. N. The church acted as a polling place for Precinct 139.
A St. Petersburg man beat another man with a BB gun until he believed he was dead before asking his girlfriend to help him bury what turned out to be the undead person, according to police.
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