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BRADENTON, Fla., Jan. 24, 2011, 4 p.m. -- Two St. Petersburg, Fla., officers and a deputy U.S. Marshal are the latest in a series of shootings that have targeted multiple police officers and killed four in the past week.
A new Boy Scout policy effective in January accepting gay members has caused some to back away from the organization.
After months of suffocating barriers, stop-and-go traffic and a number of accidents, drivers in the Greater Pinellas Point and Lakewood neighborhoods are getting some relief.
The Pinellas County Commission is poised tonight to kick off one of the most important public debates in the county's history.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- If you're looking for help enrolling in an insurance plan, St. Anthony's is offering an enrollment event.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- If you think you get way too much spam on your cell phone... you're probably right.
Liberty County High School senior linebacker Raekwon McMillan received his 2014 Under Armour All-American jersey during a ceremony last month at LCHS.
A few very appealing concerts are taking place tonight on either side of Tampa Bay, one by a music vet, the other by a rising star.
To learn more at school, students have to be at school more, and so teachers have to be at school more, before the first bell and after the last.
Together, they offer high-energy, if not necessarily essential takes on crowd-pleasing favorites like the opening "Road Fever" from 1973's Rock and Roll, a slew of souped-up old blues songs including Robert Johnson's "Terraplane Blues," Muddy Waters' "Rollin' and Rumblin,'" and Willie Dixon's "I Just Want to Make Love to You," to go with the title ... (more)
Larry Langebrake, director of SRI St. Petersburg, will discuss the future of downtown's marine district during a forum from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Friday at the offices of Franklin Templeton Investments, 100 Fountain Parkway N, Building 100, in St. Petersburg.
Fourteen taps in the Three Daughters Brewing tasting room are ready to serve customers when the brewery opens﻿ next week.
Earlier this year, when the Boy Scouts of America changed its policy to allow openly gay members, a local council braced for repercussions.