Restaurant owners are navigating a new way of keeping staff and customers safe.
When COVID-19 hit, a woman who lost more than 100 pounds used her social media presence to coach others on their weight loss journey.
Mural artist Ya La'Ford is helping Mt. Zion Christian Academy students create memories for themselves and the community that will last a lifetime.
In the hours after the grand jury decision was announced in the Breonna Taylor case, reactions and protests spread across the country -- including right in St. Petersburg, where two intense confrontations occurred Wednesday night.
St. Petersburg police arrested Donald Davis after they say he hit and killed a bicyclist and fled the scene.It happened Wednesday at 9:46 a.m.
The Florida Board of Education is meeting Wednesday at the Florida Holocaust Museum in St. Pete. It will be its second in-person meeting since the start of the pandemic. Budget cuts and student safety are up for discussion, but also making sure Holocaust education is a priority this school year. An alarming national survey found 63% of adults under 40 do not know that six million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust -- the world’s worst genocide. RELATED: 'Shocking' lack of Holocaust knowledge among younger Floridians, survey finds
St. Pete police say the body that was found in a burning car on a bike trail Monday belongs to an adult male, but the case is still mostly a mystery.
Firefighters had to let an engulfed car burn out on the Skyway Trail early Monday morning because it was not accessible by firetrucks.
The campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will hold a virtual roundtable with Rick Kriseman, the mayor of St. Petersburg.
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was felt across the nation, and organizers in the Bay Area organized a candlelight vigil for the late justice in less than a day.
Darren Lamont Williams, 49, is facing several charges after he allegedly shot two people early Saturday morning at the Food Max Meat Market at 1400 18th Ave. S, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.
A peer investigation from a law enforcement task force has cleared an officer involved in a fatal shooting from early August, but finds several flaws with the way St. Pete police handled an investigation that turned deadly.
As Hurricane Sally continues her drawn-out assault on the Gulf Coast, swift-water rescue teams from around Tampa Bay are heading north. Experts from Tampa, St. Petersburg and Hillsborough County packed up and rolled out Tuesday afternoon.
Masks covered their mouths, but you could see the smiles through their eyes. B'nai Israel of St. Petersburg welcomed members as they drove up and sounded the Shofar to ring in Rosh Hashanah which starts on Friday.
Two spotlights illuminated the sky in downtown St. Petersburg Friday, joining several tributes in Tampa Bay for the victims of 9/11.
National Football League (NFL) player and St. Petersburg resident Joshua J. Bellamy 31, has been charged for participating in a scheme to file fraudulent loan applications seeking more than $24 million in forgivable Paycheck Protection Program.
Christopher Morgan Brown, 41, is accused of engaging in numerous sexually explicit conversations with an undercover detective who was posing as a 14-year-old girl, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.
A 61-year-old woman is dead after a hit-and-run driver, who struck her at a St. Pete bank, fled, police said. Detectives are still searching for the person behind the wheel.
The body of an elderly man was pulled from the water in St. Petersburg, police said.
A 56-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries Saturday night after police say an unlicensed driver turned in front of his motorcycle.