Two Arrested In Shooting At Landmark MotelSt. Petersburg Police Detectives arrested two suspects responsible for shooting and killing 41-year-old Benjamin Goff at the Landmark Motel, 1930 4th Street North, on June 25, 2021.
Investigation Underway After Man With Stolen Vehicle Crashes Through Airport FenceDeputies assigned to the Airport Unit have arrested a Tampa man after crashing through a fence at the St. Pete/Clearwater airport and boarding a US Coast Guard C-130.
Pedestrian Dies After Traffic CrashA pedestrian crossing the street was struck by a car, around 10:17 p.m. on July 14.
St. Petersburg Mayor Asks Governor For Emergency Help Because Of Red TideHe says crews are having a hard time keeping up with the amount of dead fish that need to be cleaned up every day.
Dead Fish Clean Up Effort In St. PetersburgThe City of St. Petersburg has been hit with a post storm wave of dead fish that are washing in along the shores of downtown and Coquina Key due to Tropical Storm Elsa.
Florida Man Indicted in Wire FraudSt. Petersburg man being charged with two counts of wire fraud after Acting United State Attorney Karin Hoppmann anncounced Friday June, 11, the unsealing of an indictment.
Fourth Of July Fireworks Will Return In St. PetersburgThe City of St. Petersburg announced on Friday, June 11, that Fourth Of July fireworks will return this year.
Woman Finds Wedding Ring After Losing It In The Ocean Six Days EarlierIsliany Rawshdeh says after looking for her ring for six days, she almost lost hope, until one local group found it five feet under water.
Boyd Hill Nature Preserve Add New Public CampgroundThe City of St. Petersburg's Parks and Recreation Department has completed new projects at the Boyd Hill Nature Preserve.
Tropicana Field Redevelopment Proposal Narrowed Down To Two FirmsThe Tropicana Field redevelopment proposal has been narrowed down to two firms by Mayor Rick Kriseman.
Antisemitic Graffiti And Swastikas Found On The Florida Holocaust MuseumOfficials say they discovered the words “The Jews are guilty” surrounded by swastikas painted on The Florida Holocaust Museum early Thursday morning.
Businesses Hopeful To End Labor Shortage When Pandemic Unemployment Compensation Ends June 26Government issued pandemic unemployment compensation in the state of Florida ends on June 26, 2021. Bar and restaurant owners in St. Pete share their reactions to the news, some hope the labor shortage will resolve itself once the funding comes to a close.
Temporary Night Ramp Closure In St. PetersburgThere will be a nightly ramp closure from 9:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 1, through Sunday, June 6.
Son Charged With Attempted First Degree MurderSon charged with attempted first degree murder after reports of a stabbing at 8:50 a.m. Tuesday, May 25.
Man Charged With Manslaughter After Killing His RoommateMan charged with manslaughter after an altercation with his roommate ends in death.