The police chief for the St. Petersburg Police Department confirmed one officer has tested positive for COVID-19, the agency announced Tuesday morning.
A boat caught fire shortly before 9 a.m. Sunday at a marina along Gandy Blvd., according to Tampa Fire Rescue.
St. Petersburg residents are finding ways to relax and take a break from the stress of the coronavirus pandemic by running, walking and bicycling.
On Friday, St. Petersburg police arrested George Morariu on a single count of second-degree murder for causing the death of his ex-wife Andelka Morariu.
The city of St. Petersburg is giving grant money to small businesses and their employees impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Restaurants have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, and are quickly trying to reinvent themselves.
Downtown St. Petersburg is going to be hearing a few more bells for the next month.
There's shared frustration, nationwide, when it comes to long wait times for COVID-19 test results. It's especially distressing for first responders and healthcare workers who are forced to self-isolate for days or weeks at a time when they'd rather be helping those in need.
It’s a new month which means hundreds of thousands of Americans who are out of work because of the novel coronavirus pandemic are wondering how they are going to pay rent.
A new report from St. Petersburg Fire Rescue says confusion about location and trouble clearing a path were two main reasons why it took first responders 22 minutes to reach a runner in trouble.
The jobs of first responders have been impacted by the coronavirus. Before they even arrive on the scene, they're preparing for the specific health risks they could face.
Mayor Rick Kriseman is keeping the heat on Gov. Ron DeSantis for a statewide shutdown to slow the spread of COVID-19. He took the opportunity during a live stream on Monday.
Officials in both cities now warn they will issue citations to those who don't follow the rules.
The Florida Department of Health-Pinellas announced Saturday morning that three more residents have died from COVID-19, which brings the death toll to four in the county.
There are several ways to help small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, but Brian Zucker took it one step further. “This is a complete grassroots movement,” he said.
While government leaders are urging people to stay home to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, there are others who don't have the option of working from home: first responders.
An employee in the St. Petersburg police department's 911 call center has tested positive for coronavirus.
The mayor of St. Petersburg says he is ready to move forward with a stay-at-home order to help slow the spread of COVID-19 if the governor won’t act first.
St. Petersburg police are investigating the death of a pedestrian after he was struck by a vehicle.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced most of the country to work from home – something many have never done before.