Top Headlines: Fatal Police Shooting, Rollin' Oats Expansion, Drug Sting in St. Pete
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The St. Petersburg man also doused himself with gasoline and threatened to ignite a lighter.
The popular natural foods store is doubling its size in a larger building that also will house St. Petersburg Yoga.
Sixteen people were arrested on various drug charges by St. Petersburg Police in a drug sting Thursday morning.
Community leader Darden Rice launched her campaign "St. Pete Strong" for St. Petersburg City Council District 4.
The 51-year-old phoned 911 three times to complain about his cell phone and that his drug dealer was upset with him, deputies told the Tampa Bay Times.
St. Petersburg Police are looking for a man who they say drove his car into three officers and sent one of them to the hospital Monday night.
The Dale Chihuly Collection at the Morean Arts Center has added new pieces to the gallery. Watch our video to get a sneak peek.
The Pinellas Republican state senator was not happy to go through emails to fulfill a public records request, the Florida Times-Union reported.
Officers say they found "clear signs of homicidal violence" at the residence in the 300 block of Eighth Street North.
Staff began removing 83 old-fashioned billboards four months ago to make way for new digital billboards.
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