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1 hr ago | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
St. Petersburg, Florida -- This June, it will be 20 years since the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles.
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5 hrs ago | ABC Action News
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The Allen Mansion resembles a stone castle. The sprawling property was abandoned and rundown, but a new owner is planning to spend thousands to restore it to its previous glamor.
6 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
Lloyd's of London and other private insurers have muscled into the market, picking up customers stunned by rate hikes under the National Flood Insurance Program.
10 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Tampa
We couldn't pick just one. Diverse, culturally in touch galleries in Tampa and St. Pete offer us a fascinating triptych of art show pit-stops on Saturday night.
12 hrs ago | American Reporter
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.
16 hrs ago | Creative Loafing Tampa
THURSDAY, APRIL 17Manchester Orchestra w/Balance & Composure/Kevin Devine Manchester Orchestra has churned out material from Atlanta on their own Favorite Gentlemen imprint since the mid-'00s.
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida- We've visited Gateway Pizza and Pasta Company over and over again.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- The Tampa Bay area is famous for its sugary sand-laden Gulf beaches and beautiful bays, but being surrounded by water makes us especially vulnerable to hurricanes.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Poynter Institute , the leading educator of journalists worldwide, has announced it will partner with the Media Association in Turkey and leading journalists to develop a cutting-edge international initiative, Poynter NewsU Turkiye.
Tomorrow marks a year since the U.S. Congress last attempted to pass a gun-control bill.
The SAT is in the process of being redesigned some of the changes include opting out of a writing portion of the test.
The Rev. Manuel Sykes says he intends to speak with Alex Sink and other prominent Democrats within the next 24 hours before he decides whether or not to jump into the CD13 Democratic primary election.
A South Florida developer plans to build eight stories of apartments on a downtown lot the size of a city block, adding to a flood of new rental construction in an area developers are betting is a goldmine of young urbanites.
Sourheads, make note: May 10 has been announced as the date for third installment of the infamous sour beer festival known as the Berliner Bash, or Floridaweisse Bash, as it's becoming known.
Every year, local indie music shops are flooded with exclusive, limited edition inventory for the nationwide celebration of Record Store Day, not to mention select titles offered earlier than their official release date.
Jeffrey Multer and company will perform the last concert of their chamber music series Wednesday at the Palladium Theater in St. Petersburg.
Elihu Brayboy remembers when baseball great Willie Mays could be spotted around the city's traditional African-American neighborhoods.