Top Headlines: 'Stop the Lens' Hires Firm; Man Crushed in Garbage Truck
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The popular Tampa Bay burger joint is opening a new location in St. Petersburg.
The local group opposing the new St. Pete Pier design "Lens" has hired a California based firm to help accelerate the petition drive.
According to St. Petersburg Police, the worker was still standing at the rear of the truck when the door closed on his upper body, resulting in severe trauma and life-threatening injuries.
Investigators say Constantine Nicholas Chaconas, 26, of Palm Harbor, was headed the wrong way on Interstate 275 in St. Petersburg when he got into a deadly rollover crash Sunday night.
Despite one councilor's efforts to end the contract for the red light camera program in St. Pete, council voted to keep the 22 cameras at intersections in the city.
Two students were found smoking in a concession stand at the athletic fields, according to St. Petersburg Police. A loaded gun was found in one of the student's backpacks.
Dozens of concerned voters are calling on lawmakers to make it easier for Floridians to vote.
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