After three teens allegedly stole an unlocked Maserati and crashed it into a Pinellas County business, the sheriff's office has released dash camera, helicopter and surveillance video of what led up to the crash.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Johns Hopkins All Children's in St. Petersburg has transported pediatric patients from Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida in Fort Myers.
Good Fortune recently opened its doors to the public, down on 1st Avenue South in the iconic Station House. Adorned with a dramatic cherry blossom tree in the bar and a wall of anime comics, the Asian-fusion plates and Japanese whiskey is what really draws you in.
Four Tampa Bay area governments have announced when crews will begin collecting yard waste and debris created by Hurricane Ian.
Tens of thousands of people were still without power Thursday night after Hurricane Ian swept across the Sunshine State on Wednesday.
St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport (PIE) will reopen Friday morning after closing Tuesday in advance of Hurricane Ian, airport officials said.
Wastewater officials in St. Petersburg are asking residents not to do unessential tasks that involve water as Hurricane Ian approaches, posing a risk for major flooding.
As residents and businesses follow mandatory evacuations in Pinellas County on Monday, hospitals also prepared for Hurricane Ian.
A new market is bringing Italian delicacies to St. Petersburg.
The Tampa Bay chapter of Free Bikes 4 Kidz hosted a bicycle collection in various locations across St. Petersburg on Saturday.
A WWII fighter pilot who was shot down in 1945 has finally been laid to rest.
St. Pete police are investigating a crash involving a Sunstar ambulance. They have not said whether there are any injuries.
Weeks after two St. Petersburg City Hall employees resigned amid bullying allegations, the mayor announced four new appointments.
A 21-year-old man remains in ‘extremely’ critical condition and two people – a brother and sister – were arrested following the road rage crash that occurred in downtown St. Petersburg over the weekend.
A St. Petersburg bridge worker said a speeding pickup truck slammed into the side of his crane at a construction site near the Howard Frankland Bridge. The driver of the truck was rushed to hospital and remains in critical condition.
The United States is struggling with a drug-overdose epidemic fueled right now by synthetic opioids like fentanyl. As a result, hospitals are doing all they can to keep patients off pain medications, especially when it comes to children.
Power Design employees could sign up for some stress relief cuddle time, but the ultimate goal was for the animals to become permanent additions to their families. The St. Pete company even covered all adoption costs.
After months in the hospital, a Wimauma girl who was the sole survivor of a deadly crash is headed to a rehab facility to begin therapy. The crash killed her parents and grandparents in Mexico back in June.
Some mobile home residents in St. Petersburg are still waiting for water to drain after heavy rain over the weekend flooded parts of their mobile home park. They said it has been a problem for years and said little has been done to fix it.
Thousands of costumes, collectors and creative minds passed through the historic Coliseum for the first-ever "Anime St. Pete" convention over the weekend.