It's going to feel like a true Florida weekend.
A 68-year-old man drowned in a residential pool Thursday night, Pinellas County Sheriff's Office deputies said.
CLEARWATER — Later this morning, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium will unveil its final plans for a new expanded aquarium in downtown Clearwater.
A man hired to remove the body of an elderly woman from her Dunedin home was arrested Thursday after deputies said they caught him stealing her jewelry.
ST. PETERSBURG — It's not Cannes or Sundance, or even the Bollywood awards.
Pinellas Trail users have a new safety feature that's likely to bring a smile to their faces.
Jury can't agree on first-degree murder
Yuma, a Florida panther cub, explores his new enclosure at the Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park on Thursday. The young panther will live out his days at the park after being rescued in January near Naples when he was about 1 week old. He had been abandoned. The park held a ceremony Thursday …
ST. PETERSBURG — A 55-bed dormitory and service center for homeless teens gained preliminary approval from the City Council on Thursday after a few initial bumps.
ST. PETERSBURG — St. Petersburg College and the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority formally launched their new collaborative Universal Pass initiative Thursday, which allows SPC students and employees to ride the bus for free by showing their school ID when they climb aboard.
The company hired to deliver the personal vehicles of troops and civilian defense workers around the world has successfully transported just 7,987 of the 27,358 vehicles it is shipping, and 70 percent of those still in transit will arrive late, according to an email by military officials released this week.
If you have an adolescent son or daughter, you might be wrestling with a big question: Whether to get your child the HPV vaccine.
FORT BRAGG, N.C. — An Army paratrooper from Ruskin has been killed in action in Afghanistan as the United States continues to wind down its presence there, the Defense Department announced Thursday.
SAN ANTONIO — The city plans to sue the adjacent town of St. Leo for its approval of a university's plan to build a warehouse along a residential street.
In a setting that was about to host a game known as America's past-time, 240 people had a reason to cheer Thursday morning. They had just become new citizens in a naturalization ceremony.