Top Headlines: Robbery Suspect, Car Sharing, Gun Violence, Mayoral Candidate
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St. Petersburg Police arrested one suspect and are asking for the public's help to find the second suspect in connection with four convenience store robberies.
A new program at USF St. Petersburg will allow students, faculty and the general public to rent a car by hour, day or overnight. People can reserve one of two vehicles parked at USFSP through the new car-sharing program on campus.
Local city and community leaders from across Florida asked their local legislative officials Monday to stand up and support President Obama's gun violence prevention policies.
Former State Rep. and City Council member Rick Kriseman filed paperwork Monday to run against Mayor Bill Foster.
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