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STANTON WILL SHARE HER STORY FRIDAY

ST. PETERSBURG

Susan Stanton, the former Largo city manager formerly known as Steve Stanton, will discuss her work advocating for the rights of the transgender community during a "wine and cheese" lecture Friday at the St. Petersburg Museum of History. Interested? The 7 p.m. event costs $10 and reservations are requested at (727) 894-1052 ext. 200.

NEW PORT RICHEY

Report: Man stabs sister's boyfriend

A 40-year-old New Port Richey man was arrested late Saturday on charges of attacking his sister's boyfriend while their children watched. According to a Pasco Sheriff's Office report, Javier Rodriguez, 6252 Massachusetts Ave., stepped into the middle of an argument between his sister and the boyfriend. Their names were not released. Rodriguez twice slapped the man, who punched Rodriguez, the report said. Rodriguez grabbed a knife from the kitchen table, the report said, but an 11-year-old pried it away. Rodriguez picked up another knife and went after the boyfriend, the report said. The boyfriend defended himself with an umbrella but was slashed. The man's injuries were not life threatening.

PINELLAS PARK

Woman hurt by lightning strike

A woman suffered minor injuries Sunday after a bolt of lightning struck near her while she was holding an umbrella. The woman, who was outside near Scherer Drive, reported a tingling sensation in her arm, said Barry Goldsmith, of the National Weather Service in Ruskin. Pinellas County Fire and Rescue received a call about the incident at 5:43 p.m. She was taken to a local hospital. Her name was unavailable Sunday evening, he said.

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