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Surveillance photos catch a suspect removing money from the cash register Aug. 9 at Doe Doe's Diner in unincorporated St. Petersburg.
A year ago, St. Petersburg landlord Michael Shimshoni backed out of a signed federal plea deal in a lead paint case that could have sent him to prison for as long as 20 years.
Customers are scoffing at Duke Energy's average refund of $5.62 following billing boondoggle.
Northeast grad retires from air force : Former St. Petersburg resident Col. Sean Gallagher retired from the Air Force recently after more than 23 years of service.
Three chickens were located in Cross Bayou in the unincorporated Seminole area and one chicken was located in Lake Maggiore in St. Petersburg.
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The city is in the process of creating a master plan for its waterfront, but will not do so alone.
A City Council committee will take a first look today at a proposal to tack on $2.56 to the average resident's utility bill, or a 4.75 percent hike.
City offers bigger incentive to renovate homes St. Petersburg is giving a larger incentive to homeowner to renovate their homes in Midtown and Childs Park.
Cell phone video footage of a Florida traffic stop is beginning to go viral after the man who recorded his encounter with police pleaded online for assistance because he says law enforcement's actions forced him to move.
Not long ago, the 15-year-old popcorn machine at the historic Tampa Theatre caught fire, causing some $2,000 in damage.
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.
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Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 01:07 am
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