When the COVID-19 death statistics got to be overwhelming for Margaret Bayalis, she went to work putting a face on the stats by painting portraits of those lost to the virus.
Troopers say they have arrested a St. Petersburg man for DUI after he caused a multi-vehicle crash that caused a truck to roll over and hit a Florida Highway Patrol trooper's cruiser that was parked on the side of Interstate 275.
St. Petersburg police said one person died following a two-vehicle crash Tuesday.
Transit buses in Pinellas County will soon be driving on the shoulders of the interstate. A pilot project launches next month on a five-mile stretch of Interstate 275. The express service is designed to let riders bypass traffic jams during rush hour.
While Congress passed reforms to reduce a backlog of veterans claims, a former VA insider told FOX 13 that, based on his experience, policies intended to improve performance in some cases backfired.
From a waterfront restaurant in St. Petersburg, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis suspended all local-government coronavirus emergency orders on Monday as he signed a bill that makes permanent his ban on COVID-19 vaccine "passports" and limits the authority of cities and counties in future healthcare crises.
People of all ages are encouraged to dream without limits and discover what’s possible at St Pete College’s Innovation Lab.
Detectives arrested a Gulfport ballet teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student.
It has been one year since the driver of an SUV sideswiped two people on a motorcycle, killing the driver, and kept going in St. Petersburg.
After a social media search to find the man behind the cardboard cutout he sat next to during the Super Bowl, LJ Govoni sat down with Clayton Whipple, better known as ‘Frank’.
A probationary officer with St. Petersburg police is out of a job after investigators say he was arrested for trying to use a Texas woman's credit card information to make purchases from Walmart.
Under a contract that City Council has yet to vote on, a Tennessee company would spend $30-million to renovate and then operate the marina, paying a percentage of their revenue -- along with an annual $250,000 in rent -- back to the city.
A 14-year-old was seriously injured Wednesday morning after she was hit by a vehicle in St. Petersburg.
A program designed for students who feel like they missed out on crucial parts of high school life, and aren't ready for college, has opened at Shorecrest Prep in St. Pete.
With May around the corner, many summer camps across the Tampa Bay area are opening for registration.
As part of a program called Restart St. Pete, the city told restaurants they could use concrete barriers to separate traffic from parking spots converted into outdoor seating areas. Restaurants and the city hope to continue the program past the pandemic.
Cara Adams is the director of race tire engineering and manufacturing for Firestone Racing and is paving the way for other women to have a more hands-on role in a male-dominated sport.
A man suffered critical injuries after being shot in St. Petersburg shortly after midnight, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.
Police say they now know the identity of a man whose severed head was found in South St. Petersburg back in July.
Thousands of people will converge in downtown St. Petersburg the Firestone Grand Prix.