On Saturday, Bethel Community Baptist Church in St. Petersburg opened its doors to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
Pinellas County is booking appointments for its new health care worker COVID-19 vaccination clinic, which opens on Monday, March 8.
For Captain Thomas Mulkey and Master Chief June Wilbur, strangers became family Friday afternoon. The two St. Petersburg veterans were honored at Bay Pines Cemetery.
Sunken Gardens, St. Petersburg’s oldest living museum, was developed by George Turner in 1903. He opened to the public around 1935, and since then, it has become a popular roadside attraction.
St. Pete police said a fatal crash occurred between a motorcycle and SUV early Friday morning.
A Bay Area startup has big plans for those looking to live tiny, proposing an apartment complex made entirely of shipping containers in downtown St. Petersburg.
They aren't old enough to drive, but students at Azalea Middle School in St. Petersburg are getting a unique opportunity to become certified in drone flight and safety.
Investigators said the three children were malnourished, had bedsores, diaper rash, severely matted hair, and were unable to speak or even walk. One of the children was found dead in the couple's home.
The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg – rescheduled for April – will welcome 20,000 spectators, officials announced Thursday.
With many Florida seniors still without a vaccine appointment, adding teachers, first responders, and the medically vulnerable to the mix potentially makes their wait even longer.
As COVID-19 vaccines are distributed throughout the state of Florida, individual counties are beginning to release information about how and to whom the two-dose vaccine will be distributed.
The city of St. Petersburg is drawing closer to redeveloping even more of its downtown waterfront. First, it was the pier. Now, it's the marina, which city officials admit is decaying and drab.
Take a quick drive down Gulf Boulevard in Pinellas County and you’ll see a lot of “Help Wanted” signs. Spring break season has brought about an overwhelming hiring need.
Families looking for new interactive learning experiences during the month of March can take a field trip to Tierra Verde.
The popular "Van Gogh Alive" exhibit at the Dali Museum will be around longer than planned.
One of the few treatments for COVID-19 -- monoclonal antibody therapy -- is becoming more widely available, but not everybody is aware of where and when to get the treatment and they qualify.
Leaders in St. Petersburg’s African American community are upset about how the COVID-19 vaccine is being rolled out. They say Governor Ron Desantis is playing favorites while people of color have had little access to the vaccine.
Desmon Silva has been hospitalized in Boston since July after doctors say a COVID-19-related infection led to paralysis. Monday, the 23-year-old from Largo returned home via air ambulance.
Police in St. Petersburg have upgraded the charges against a father accused of abusing his 5-year-old daughter, who died days after being hospitalized last week with numerous injuries.
A nurse paralyzed by a COVID-19-related infection is on his way back home to Florida after spending months recovering in a Massachusetts hospital.