Duke Energy is sending 400 crews to help restore electricity and assess Zeta's damage to South Carolina's upstate.
A noise complaint turned into a home invasion investigation after St. Pete police officers found a man physically restrained inside a home.
Several Bay Area superintendents will meet to discuss how USF's closure of its undergraduate education programs will impact their school districts.
After testing e-scooters for a year and a half, the city of St. Petersburg will officially kick off its e-scooter share program on Friday.
Miles Gordon, a student at Palm Harbor University High School, decided to give the SAT a third try, and it's a good thing he did. He aced it.
Creepy creations lurk around every corner of the Wicked Woods at Highlands Lot 13.
A big sand buildup at John's Pass is causing some major problems, and city leaders will meet Wednesday to discuss some possible solutions.
A suspect is on the run after shooting a person in the leg in a Pinellas County neighborhood.
Huge plans for a food hall in downtown St. Pete are now up in the air.
Gianna Pergamo is the owner and artist behind Pergamo Paper Goods in St. Petersburg, an art and gift company based around Gianna’s collage art.
At least one person was killed following a camper fire in Pinellas Park.
Detectives set up a room at a local motel Friday and posted online ads looking for sex workers. Those who responded to the ads were instead screened to see if they were potential trafficking victims and were given the chance to go with social service counselors.
Beach Vitex was planted decades ago in North and South Carolina as a sand dune protector following a major hurricane – though, instead of preventing beach erosion it sucked and stole water from other plants.
The last time you drove over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, did you notice lots of kiteboarders? It's becoming more popular and you'll never see a better view than from the FOX 13 drone.
After new pedestrian beacons were installed along Park Boulevard, Pinellas Park police said they will be keeping an extra eye on drivers to make sure they adhere to the new traffic signs.
The St. Pete for the annual Firestone Grand Prix is usually the first of the season and typically held in March, but because of the pandemic, it had to be rescheduled making it the finale of the Indycar season.
The St. Petersburg Museum of History is getting into the Halloween spirit by turning into a ‘Creepatorium’.
Anyone with unused prescription drugs can safely dispose of them on Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at several Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Sarasota County locatio
The Firestone Grand Prix is racing through the streets of downtown while watch parties for the World Series happen across the Bay Area.
A Pinellas County family recently came across a rare phenomenon and reported it to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.