National Pride Month festivities begin in St. Petersburg
When the calendar flips to June, it’s "National Pride Month," and St. Petersburg is known for having the largest pride festival in the state and one of the largest in the country.
Suspect armed carjackers arrested after crashing into police cruiser during pursuit, officers say
A couple of good Samaritans became crime victims early Friday morning when they stopped to help a woman they thought was in distress and got carjacked.
Video: Armed robbery suspects sought by St. Petersburg police
The St. Petersburg Police Department is searching for two men they say were armed when they forced a man to withdraw cash from a St. Petersburg ATM several times early Saturday morning.
Flooding closes I-275 exit in St. Pete as showers moved through Bay area
Flooding closed off the southbound exit of I-275 on 54th Avenue South in St. Petersburg Wednesday afternoon, troopers said.
St. Petersburg cold case cracked: Police use DNA to identify man who killed Richard ‘Juicy’ Evans
After 26 years, the St. Petersburg Police Department says it finally knows who killed Richard ‘Juicy’ Evans.
St. Pete ‘trunk lady’ murder victim identified after 53 years, search continues for her 2 daughters
After 53 years, Syllen Gates finally knows what happened to her mother who disappeared in 1965 from Tucson, Arizona when she was just nine years old.
Bay Pines National Cemetery honors Gold Star families in Memorial Day ceremony
Evelyn Brady would give anything not to be in the position of a Gold Star mother honored at a Memorial Day ceremony.
St. Pete Beach waterfront restaurant closing after 15 years
Next Sunday, June 4, will be Sea Hags Bar and Grill on Blind Pass Road’s last day in business. The waterfront restaurant is closing after close to 15 years in business.
Toddler shot and killed by father in St. Pete home, police say
A St. Petersburg family is mourning the loss of their two-year-old boy after he was shot by his father Sunday night, police say.
Isaac Paredes homers as Rays secure series win over Dodgers
Isaac Paredes homered and drove in four runs as the Tampa Bay Rays took two of three from the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers with a wild 11-10 victory on Sunday.
Two men taken to the hospital after shooting in St. Pete, police say
Two men were shot after an altercation on 9th Avenue South in St. Petersburg Friday afternoon, police said.
St. Pete community leaders launch expanded 'Not My Child' to help keep kids out of trouble
This summer marks seven years of a push to help St. Petersburg’s youth stay out of trouble through the "Not My Child" program.
Idina Menzel headlines St. Pete Pride to support LGBTQ community
St. Pete Pride will wrap up just before the Protection of Children Act goes into effect in July. LGBTQ advocates say Pride celebrations are necessary because they feel the gay community is under attack in Florida.
SPPD: 2 arrested for murder following fatal shooting at St. Pete apartments
Police have arrested two men in connection with a homicide at the Baypointe Preserve Apartments last Friday.
SunRunner hoping to add three new buses as it gains popularity
About seven months since it launched, the SunRunner is hoping to expand. PSTA said because it’s so popular, their board members approved the purchase of three new buses on Wednesday, for the service that takes riders from downtown St. Pete to St. Pete Beach. They are expected to be on the road next spring.
Warehouse Arts District hosts free weekly art classes led by resident artists
A St. Pete organization is making it easier for people to explore a new creative outlet by cultivating arts experiences for all.
St. Pete 4th grader’s drawing makes it to national ‘Doodle for Google’ contest
A St. Petersburg fourth grader won the Doodle for Google contest for the state of Florida, and now, people can vote for her drawing in the national contest.
14-year-old arrested in St. Pete park shooting that left teen injured, police say
A 14-year-old was arrested Monday in a shooting that left another teen injured at Wildwood Park in St. Petersburg, investigators said.
Man shot and killed at St. Pete apartment complex, police say
A man was shot and killed Wednesday evening at a St. Petersburg apartment complex, according to police.
Tampa Pride on the River canceled after Gov. DeSantis signs bill targeting drag shows
This year's Tampa Pride on the River event has been canceled following Governor Ron DeSantis signing multiple bills into law Wednesday, including one that critics call the "anti-drag" bill.