The Florida Department of Agriculture says the movement of fruit, vegetables, and nuts in and out of St. Petersburg should halt to prevent the spread of Oriental fruit flies.
A detention deputy in Pinellas County was arrested following a physical altercation inside a Largo home, officials said.
Food insecurity impacts hundreds of thousands of people in the Tampa Bay area each year. It’s an issue especially in St. Petersburg where Feeding Tampa Bay reports more than 190,000 people in Pinellas County are considered food insecure.
St. Pete Pride's headline event is the parade that will take place this Saturday, June 25 – and maneuvering around downtown may be a challenge. Here's a list of resources and the event schedule to help you navigate the weekend.
One person was flown to the hospital after they were crushed by a pallet of commercial glass on Keystone Road near East Lake Road in Palm Harbor Thursday afternoon.
The largest pride celebration in the southeast is happening this weekend in the Tampa Bay region.
Three Palm Harbor residents were riding their bicycles Thursday morning when a teen driver entered their path, sending all riders to the hospital, troopers said.
Police said the 2-year-old girl suffered multiple broken bones and other injuries while her mother's boyfriend was watching her, but the mom admitted she didn't take her daughter to the hospital for a week because she knew it would make her look like an abusive mother. The little girl is in critical condition.
Clearwater police are investigating a shooting that sent one person to the hospital.
A juvenile detention facility employee is behind bars and facing disturbing child abuse allegations. Investigators said 53-year-old Andra Walters repeatedly punched a 17-year-old resident at Charles Britt Academy in St. Petersburg while another employee held the child down.
Clearwater police say so far, their preliminary investigation points to a case of self-defense after the woman said she woke up to find an intruder in her bedroom. When the man began attacking her, she grabbed her gun and fatally shot him.
A group of Bay Area real estate agents are doing more than making deals. They're providing a way for children to get a good night sleep.
Children age six months to five years old are now approved to receive COVID-19 vaccines, but FOX 13 News checked with local Walgreens, CVS, and Publix stores Monday. None of the Tampa Bay area retailers had the vaccines available. We also checked with Tampa General and Johns Hopkins All Children’s hospitals. No children’s vaccines had been received.
For decades, locals have been complaining about sand buildup at historic John's Pass, which they say has hurt businesses, caused flooding, and created dangerous currents. After years of frustration and government red tape, the Florida Legislature and Gov. Ron DeSantis approved funding to fix the problem.
Every day is Father's Day for one Safety Harbor restaurant owner. It's even in the establishment’s name, Daddy Dawgs.
When a beloved member of the Creative Pinellas community died from COVID-19, her traditional family and work-family collaborated to remember her with an exhibit of her amazing artwork and ended up inviting the community to add their loved one's belongings to the collection.
One man is dead and another has been arrested following a shooting Friday night in St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg police said they caught the man they think shot and killed another man in a driveway in South St. Pete Friday.
A young woman was recognized for her heroic actions when an assisted living facility caught fire last week.
St. Pete police say a crash between a minivan and a PSTA trolley sent one person to the hospital.