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St. Petersburg City Council voted to ban all "Spice" or synthetic marijuana products.
The fate of the pier lawsuit is in the hands of Circuit Judge Jack Day.
Despite claims that parts of the redistricting process violated the Florida constitution, city leaders unanimously voted to approve the redistricting plan.
Results from a new phone survey by StPetePolls also asked voters about a hypothetical match-up for the mayor's race.
Community leader Darden Rice launched her campaign "St. Pete Strong" for St. Petersburg City Council District 4.
Staff began removing 83 old-fashioned billboards four months ago to make way for new digital billboards.
St. Petersburg City Council unanimously approved setting a public hearing date of March 21 for the proposed redistricting map. Council also decided to hold a workshop, hopefully, within the next 30 days to discuss concerns brought up Thursday.
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.
The Stop the Lens campaign is holding a press conference at Vinoy Park on Thursday.
Dozens of concerned voters are calling on lawmakers to make it easier for Floridians to vote.
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