LARGO — The Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board mismanaged its finances, lacked accountability and disregarded its own rules, according to a scathing report released Wednesday by the county's inspector general.
A 53-year-old worker repairing a cable line in the Feather Sound area on Saturday fell from his ladder and died, the Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiner's Office said.
ST. PETERSBURG — Politics took a break in Hurricane Irma, but now it's time for City Council races to get going. The Council of Neighborhood Associations is set to host a candidate forum for the six candidates vying for three council seats at stake in November.
ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Rick Kriseman's administration has once again found itself defending its controversial choice of the Callaloo Group to open a "Floribbean" restaurant in the historic but currently empty Manhattan Casino.
ST. PETERSBURG — Doris Rosenblatt and her husband, Frank, have lived in Florida all of their lives, so they know about hurricanes.
James Robert ("Bob") Vaughn was remembered for his booming voice and gregarious personality.
As the holiest days of the Jewish calendar approached, so did Hurricane Irma.
ST. PETERSBURG — Police need the public's help finding a woman they say violently attacked a 69-year-old woman earlier this month.
ST. PETERSBURG — A bicyclist remained in critical condition after he ran a red light and was struck by a car on Monday night, according to St. Petersburg police.
ST. PETERSBURG— As the city recovers after spending two weeks dealing with Hurricane Irma, the campaigns of incumbent Mayor Rick Kriseman and former Mayor Rick Baker are slowly ramping back up.
ST. PETERSBURG — A man who was caring for an infant was arrested Monday, accused of physically abusing the boy.
TREASURE ISLAND — A fire erupted in a home on Sunday night, causing the roof to collapse and resulting in significant damage to the interior, according to St. Petersburg Fire Rescue.
ST. PETERSBURG — A motorcyclist was killed Monday morning when he crashed into a school bus while speeding on 49th Street N, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
ST. PETERSBURG — The leader of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg has been ousted.
LARGO — As Election Day approaches, Pinellas County's elected officials will point to Hurricane Irma as a big reason why voters should renew the next round of the Penny for Pinellas 1-cent sales tax.