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While it’s a prime opportunity for many in the Tampa Bay area to get shopping done as the holiday season begins, local police are urging shoppers to be aware of their surroundings and be smart to avoid being a victim of opportunistic thieves.
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It wasn’t even Thanksgiving a few weeks ago when I began hearing about the “War on Christmas.” The enemy in this case was Starbucks, which didn’t feature any snowflakes or other holiday-type symbols on its coffee cups. Usu...
CLEARWATER — A Largo woman accused of beating to death a 4-year-old girl in 2008 has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder to avoid the possibility of being sentenced to death.
A woman could face charges in a crash that seriously injured her and a passenger in St. Petersburg tonight, police said.
A Belleair police officer shot and injured a man who was shooting at him and other officers during a foot chase on Monday, police said.
Two teens were arrested Monday and two more are being sought after a carjacking in St. Petersburg led to a car chase, police said.
Help hungry families this season and you’ll be rewarded with a fun evening out.
The third Seaboard Seafood Festival will take place Saturday and Sunday at the Saint Petersburg Museum of History.
A 47-year-old Safety Harbor woman was hospitalized with life threatening injuries Saturday night after she was struck by a vehicle on McMullen Booth Road.
ST. PETERSBURG – All things considered, Mayor Rick Kriseman and the city council would prefer the Tampa Bay Rays stay in St. Petersburg.
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