In the last years of his life, James ZeBranek grappled with his oldest son's decision to steal $800,000 from him.
The story of a missing Clearwater boy will be featured next week on Disappeared, a documentary television series highlighting cold cases.
CLEARWATER — Drivers will notice several road closures throughout the city this month due to various projects.
CLEARWATER — Budding entrepreneurs can learn business tips from local experts during a free workshop this month.
Three first responders were awarded the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners' Emergency Medical Services Professionals of the Year.
ST. PETERSBURG — It's no secret that federal agents have been looking into St. Petersburg's sewage crisis since at least 2016, when the issue boiled over into the congressional campaign between Charlie Crist and David Jolly.
BELLEAIR — The town is selling its public golf course to a local family who officials say will continue to uphold its efforts to maintain the acres of land as a green space.
CLEARWATER — A local developer has cleared another hurdle for building what could become the first mooring field in the high-traffic waters of the Mandalay Channel.
CLEARWATER — Detectives are investigating the death of a 5-month-old infant who authorities said was found Saturday between the wall and the queen-size mattress of the bed where he was laid to sleep.
A 15-year-old student is seriously injured after a pickup truck ran over her foot while walking near Palm Harbor University High School early Tuesday morning, according to law enforcement.
Shore Acres Civic Association invites children to take part in mural
LARGO — Three investigations into a fire department training exercise gone wrong determined that human error caused a firefighter's injury, resulting in suspensions for three employees.
LARGO — Tanisha Bynum walked out of the Pinellas County Jail in shock Thursday as she was greeted with a bouquet and a crown of flowers was placed on her head by the group of activists who had posted her $10,000 bail.
OLDSMAR — Two baby snakes had an eventful Wednesday after they were stolen from their tanks at a local pet store.
As the top graduates from Pinellas County's public high schools finished their classes and prepared for exams this spring, we asked them to reflect on the last four years — to think about what they learned, how high school changed them and recognize the people who helped them along the way. (