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5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say

5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say

St. Pete Police say at least five people were injured in a serious crash late on Sunday night. Read full article: 5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say...→

St. Pete mayor could announce changes Wednesday to combat COVID-19 spread

St. Pete mayor could announce changes Wednesday to combat COVID-19 spread

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman plans to potentially announce new changes to keep COVID-19 cases from spreading during a 3:00 p.m. Facebook Live event Wedne [...] Read full article: St. Pete mayor could announce changes We...→

Deadline for current phase of St. Pete Fighting Chance Fund is Tuesday

Deadline for current phase of St. Pete Fighting Chance Fund is Tuesday

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The deadline for small businesses and individuals to apply for help under the current phase of the St. Petersburg Fighting Chance Fund i [...] Read full article: Deadline for current phase of St. Pete F...→

St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response To Excessive Force Protests

St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response To Excessive Force Protests

SPD Chief Holloway: “Officers have a duty to intervene to prevent or stop wrongdoing by another officer when it is safe and reasonable to do so.” Read full article: St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response T...→

Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully for hours through heavy rain

Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully for hours through heavy rain

Protesters started the day off around 2:00 p.m., marched through the streets of St. Pete, and then wrapped things up back at City Hall around 9:00 p.m. Read full article: Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully ...→

Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in the wake of George Floyd's death

Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in the wake of George Floyd's death

Dozens of people gathered outside St. Petersburg Police headquarters, holding signs and chanting “No justice, no peace.” Read full article: Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in...→

St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to mail in colorful artwork to help connect the Tampa Bay community

St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to mail in colorful artwork to help connect the Tampa Bay community

The old-school St. Pete Postcard Project, launched by local artist and teacher Sara Norine, wants you to mail in your colorful artwork to help connect the Tamp [...] Read full article: St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to m...→

Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is now open in Downtown St. Pete

Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is now open in Downtown St. Pete

Get saucy with Hoots in Downtown St. Pete. Enjoy your favorite Hooter's dishes and new menu items at this grab-and-go joint. Read full article: Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is no...→

Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barriers To Keep Customers, Workers Safe

Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barriers To Keep Customers, Workers Safe

Protective barriers are now in place at most essential businesses like supermarkets and take out restaurants. Read full article: Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barrie...→

New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In St. Pete

New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In St. Pete

A new free COVID-19 testing site is open in St. Petersburg at the Lealman Exchange. Read full article: New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In ...→

Company creates disinfectant-spritzing drones to kill coronavirus

Company creates disinfectant-spritzing drones to kill coronavirus

EagleHawk, a tech company in Syracuse, New York, created a drone that sprays disinfectant across large indoor spaces like sports arenas to kill the coronavirus [...] Read full article: Company creates disinfectant-spritzing d...→

St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask order, suggests 'No shirt, No shoes, No mask, No service'

St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask order, suggests 'No shirt, No shoes, No mask, No service'

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman has announced that all St. Pete business employees will be required to wear a face mask or covering when dealing with the pu [...] Read full article: St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask or...→

Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan to keep kennel empty after pandemic

Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan to keep kennel empty after pandemic

The shelter is looking for options so people don’t have to resort to surrendering their pets. This includes more resources to afford vet care, fostering instea [...] Read full article: Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan t...→

St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy to better hold officers accountable

St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy to better hold officers accountable

Policies are being tweaked at the St. Petersburg Police Department to better hold officers accountable. Read full article: St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy...→

St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of Hope

St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of Hope

Her vision for the future includes more than just those marching. "...there is privilege in being white. Use [that] privilege to benefit and to uplift friends [...] Read full article: St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses System...→

St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial inequalities

St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial inequalities

St. Petersburg Police Chief Anthony Holloway and fellow police department leaders are launching new efforts to improve relationships with community members. Read full article: St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial...→

St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body cameras

St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body cameras

Police department leaders in Tampa and St. Petersburg are rolling out new technology to help build trust between officers and the community. Read full article: St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body ...→

Mobile food distribution site near St. Pete Beach closes after helping restaurant workers

Mobile food distribution site near St. Pete Beach closes after helping restaurant workers

Thursday marked the final day for the mobile food distribution at St. Pete Beach City Hall. Feeding Tampa Bay said it helped restaurant workers and people in t [...] Read full article: Mobile food distribution site near St. P...→

Pennsylvania beer company creates seasonal brew — with hot dogs

Pennsylvania beer company creates seasonal brew — with hot dogs

(WSVN) - Here’s an interesting brew to pair with your summer barbecues. A brewing company called Neshaminy Creek in Pennsylvania has created what they call... Read full article: Pennsylvania beer company creates season...→

St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadly shooting in July 2017

St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadly shooting in July 2017

St. Pete detectives arrested a man on Saturday for the murder of another man in July of 2017. Read full article: St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadl...→

Company creates cardboard hospital bed that also serves as a coffin

Company creates cardboard hospital bed that also serves as a coffin

The beds, which can hold up to 330 pounds and cost just $85, were designed and created with the help of a nearby clinic. Read full article: Company creates cardboard hospital bed t...→

Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St. Pete Beach realtor dies from COVID-19

Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St. Pete Beach realtor dies from COVID-19

A local hotel owner died from coronavirus after being infected at an assisted living facility while under court-ordered guardianship. Read full article: Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St...→

Colombian company creates bed that can transform into a coffin

Colombian company creates bed that can transform into a coffin

A Colombian advertising company is pitching a novel if morbid solution to shortages of hospital beds and coffins during the coronavirus pandemic: combine them. Read full article: Colombian company creates bed that can t...→

Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'

Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'

Beginning Friday, June 19 at 5:00 P.M., all businesses in St. Pete are required to have their employees wear masks/face coverings when in areas of the business [...] Read full article: Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor ...→

Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth goes virtual this year

Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth goes virtual this year

Hosted by St. Pete nonprofit Metro Inclusive Health, a free summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth is going virtual this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ you...→

Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's Beach Bar in St. Pete

Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's Beach Bar in St. Pete

Jimmy B’s in St. Pete frequently tops not only the list of best beach bars in Tampa Bay, but also in Florida as a whole. Read full article: Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's...→

President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund transit system that connects St. Pete to popular beaches

President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund transit system that connects St. Pete to popular beaches

President Trump took to Twitter on Thursday night saying that USDOT has pledged to provide $21.8 million in helping fund PSTA's Bus Rapid Transit project. The [...] Read full article: President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund t...→

St. Pete photographer uses front porch portraits to help raise money for adoption

St. Pete photographer uses front porch portraits to help raise money for adoption

Kelly Nash and her family have decided to adopt a child and are using front door portraits to raise money for the adoption. Read full article: St. Pete photographer uses front porch p...→

St. Pete is now temporarily allowing restaurant tables in on-street parking spaces

St. Pete is now temporarily allowing restaurant tables in on-street parking spaces

In St. Petersburg, you’ll soon be able to dine right in the street. The city is launching a new plan to help downtown restaurants space apart their customers b [...] Read full article: St. Pete is now temporarily allowing res...→

Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealing dozens of classic cars, running a chop shop

Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealing dozens of classic cars, running a chop shop

St. Petersburg police have arrested two men and charged them with stealing classic cars, using them to burglarize businesses, and then stripping them for parts [...] Read full article: Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealin...→

Colorado company creates tool to help stores manage lines online

Colorado company creates tool to help stores manage lines online

JoinOurLine.com allows companies to digitally manage how many people are inside their stores while allowing customers to hold a spot in the line to get in with [...] Read full article: Colorado company creates tool to help st...→

St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go' bags for members to hold church at home

St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go' bags for members to hold church at home

The priest in charge said because the majority of their church is older, doing church online isn't as easy for them. Read full article: St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go'...→

Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shields to Help Businesses, Offices

Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shields to Help Businesses, Offices

It works just like a projector screen, except it’s see-through, made of vinyl, and created for protection from COVID-19. “They’re presenting it to schools, to [...] Read full article: Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shield...→

5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say

5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say

St. Pete Police say at least five people were injured in a serious crash late on Sunday night. Read full article: 5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say...→

Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'

Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'

Beginning Friday, June 19 at 5:00 P.M., all businesses in St. Pete are required to have their employees wear masks/face coverings when in areas of the business [...] Read full article: Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor ...→

St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask order, suggests 'No shirt, No shoes, No mask, No service'

St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask order, suggests 'No shirt, No shoes, No mask, No service'

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman has announced that all St. Pete business employees will be required to wear a face mask or covering when dealing with the pu [...] Read full article: St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask or...→

St. Pete mayor could announce changes Wednesday to combat COVID-19 spread

St. Pete mayor could announce changes Wednesday to combat COVID-19 spread

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman plans to potentially announce new changes to keep COVID-19 cases from spreading during a 3:00 p.m. Facebook Live event Wedne [...] Read full article: St. Pete mayor could announce changes We...→

St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response To Excessive Force Protests

St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response To Excessive Force Protests

SPD Chief Holloway: “Officers have a duty to intervene to prevent or stop wrongdoing by another officer when it is safe and reasonable to do so.” Read full article: St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response T...→

St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of Hope

St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of Hope

Her vision for the future includes more than just those marching. "...there is privilege in being white. Use [that] privilege to benefit and to uplift friends [...] Read full article: St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses System...→

St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body cameras

St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body cameras

Police department leaders in Tampa and St. Petersburg are rolling out new technology to help build trust between officers and the community. Read full article: St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body ...→

Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in the wake of George Floyd's death

Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in the wake of George Floyd's death

Dozens of people gathered outside St. Petersburg Police headquarters, holding signs and chanting “No justice, no peace.” Read full article: Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in...→

President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund transit system that connects St. Pete to popular beaches

President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund transit system that connects St. Pete to popular beaches

President Trump took to Twitter on Thursday night saying that USDOT has pledged to provide $21.8 million in helping fund PSTA's Bus Rapid Transit project. The [...] Read full article: President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund t...→

Pennsylvania beer company creates seasonal brew — with hot dogs

Pennsylvania beer company creates seasonal brew — with hot dogs

(WSVN) - Here’s an interesting brew to pair with your summer barbecues. A brewing company called Neshaminy Creek in Pennsylvania has created what they call... Read full article: Pennsylvania beer company creates season...→

St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadly shooting in July 2017

St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadly shooting in July 2017

St. Pete detectives arrested a man on Saturday for the murder of another man in July of 2017. Read full article: St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadl...→

Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is now open in Downtown St. Pete

Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is now open in Downtown St. Pete

Get saucy with Hoots in Downtown St. Pete. Enjoy your favorite Hooter's dishes and new menu items at this grab-and-go joint. Read full article: Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is no...→

Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealing dozens of classic cars, running a chop shop

Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealing dozens of classic cars, running a chop shop

St. Petersburg police have arrested two men and charged them with stealing classic cars, using them to burglarize businesses, and then stripping them for parts [...] Read full article: Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealin...→

Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St. Pete Beach realtor dies from COVID-19

Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St. Pete Beach realtor dies from COVID-19

A local hotel owner died from coronavirus after being infected at an assisted living facility while under court-ordered guardianship. Read full article: Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St...→

New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In St. Pete

New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In St. Pete

A new free COVID-19 testing site is open in St. Petersburg at the Lealman Exchange. Read full article: New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In ...→

St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go' bags for members to hold church at home

St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go' bags for members to hold church at home

The priest in charge said because the majority of their church is older, doing church online isn't as easy for them. Read full article: St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go'...→

Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan to keep kennel empty after pandemic

Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan to keep kennel empty after pandemic

The shelter is looking for options so people don’t have to resort to surrendering their pets. This includes more resources to afford vet care, fostering instea [...] Read full article: Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan t...→

Deadline for current phase of St. Pete Fighting Chance Fund is Tuesday

Deadline for current phase of St. Pete Fighting Chance Fund is Tuesday

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The deadline for small businesses and individuals to apply for help under the current phase of the St. Petersburg Fighting Chance Fund i [...] Read full article: Deadline for current phase of St. Pete F...→

Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth goes virtual this year

Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth goes virtual this year

Hosted by St. Pete nonprofit Metro Inclusive Health, a free summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth is going virtual this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ you...→

St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy to better hold officers accountable

St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy to better hold officers accountable

Policies are being tweaked at the St. Petersburg Police Department to better hold officers accountable. Read full article: St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy...→

Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully for hours through heavy rain

Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully for hours through heavy rain

Protesters started the day off around 2:00 p.m., marched through the streets of St. Pete, and then wrapped things up back at City Hall around 9:00 p.m. Read full article: Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully ...→

St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial inequalities

St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial inequalities

St. Petersburg Police Chief Anthony Holloway and fellow police department leaders are launching new efforts to improve relationships with community members. Read full article: St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial...→

Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's Beach Bar in St. Pete

Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's Beach Bar in St. Pete

Jimmy B’s in St. Pete frequently tops not only the list of best beach bars in Tampa Bay, but also in Florida as a whole. Read full article: Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's...→

Mobile food distribution site near St. Pete Beach closes after helping restaurant workers

Mobile food distribution site near St. Pete Beach closes after helping restaurant workers

Thursday marked the final day for the mobile food distribution at St. Pete Beach City Hall. Feeding Tampa Bay said it helped restaurant workers and people in t [...] Read full article: Mobile food distribution site near St. P...→

St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to mail in colorful artwork to help connect the Tampa Bay community

St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to mail in colorful artwork to help connect the Tampa Bay community

The old-school St. Pete Postcard Project, launched by local artist and teacher Sara Norine, wants you to mail in your colorful artwork to help connect the Tamp [...] Read full article: St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to m...→

St. Pete photographer uses front porch portraits to help raise money for adoption

St. Pete photographer uses front porch portraits to help raise money for adoption

Kelly Nash and her family have decided to adopt a child and are using front door portraits to raise money for the adoption. Read full article: St. Pete photographer uses front porch p...→

St. Pete is now temporarily allowing restaurant tables in on-street parking spaces

St. Pete is now temporarily allowing restaurant tables in on-street parking spaces

In St. Petersburg, you’ll soon be able to dine right in the street. The city is launching a new plan to help downtown restaurants space apart their customers b [...] Read full article: St. Pete is now temporarily allowing res...→

Company creates cardboard hospital bed that also serves as a coffin

Company creates cardboard hospital bed that also serves as a coffin

The beds, which can hold up to 330 pounds and cost just $85, were designed and created with the help of a nearby clinic. Read full article: Company creates cardboard hospital bed t...→

Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barriers To Keep Customers, Workers Safe

Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barriers To Keep Customers, Workers Safe

Protective barriers are now in place at most essential businesses like supermarkets and take out restaurants. Read full article: Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barrie...→

Colorado company creates tool to help stores manage lines online

Colorado company creates tool to help stores manage lines online

JoinOurLine.com allows companies to digitally manage how many people are inside their stores while allowing customers to hold a spot in the line to get in with [...] Read full article: Colorado company creates tool to help st...→

Colombian company creates bed that can transform into a coffin

Colombian company creates bed that can transform into a coffin

A Colombian advertising company is pitching a novel if morbid solution to shortages of hospital beds and coffins during the coronavirus pandemic: combine them. Read full article: Colombian company creates bed that can t...→

Company creates disinfectant-spritzing drones to kill coronavirus

Company creates disinfectant-spritzing drones to kill coronavirus

EagleHawk, a tech company in Syracuse, New York, created a drone that sprays disinfectant across large indoor spaces like sports arenas to kill the coronavirus [...] Read full article: Company creates disinfectant-spritzing d...→

Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shields to Help Businesses, Offices

Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shields to Help Businesses, Offices

It works just like a projector screen, except it’s see-through, made of vinyl, and created for protection from COVID-19. “They’re presenting it to schools, to [...] Read full article: Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shield...→

5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say

5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say

St. Pete Police say at least five people were injured in a serious crash late on Sunday night. Read full article: 5 injured in St. Pete crash, police say...→

Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'

Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor Rick Kriseman: '...Mask Up.'

Beginning Friday, June 19 at 5:00 P.M., all businesses in St. Pete are required to have their employees wear masks/face coverings when in areas of the business [...] Read full article: Taking Steps To Protect St. Pete, Mayor ...→

St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask order, suggests 'No shirt, No shoes, No mask, No service'

St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask order, suggests 'No shirt, No shoes, No mask, No service'

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman has announced that all St. Pete business employees will be required to wear a face mask or covering when dealing with the pu [...] Read full article: St. Pete mayors issues mandatory mask or...→

St. Pete mayor could announce changes Wednesday to combat COVID-19 spread

St. Pete mayor could announce changes Wednesday to combat COVID-19 spread

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman plans to potentially announce new changes to keep COVID-19 cases from spreading during a 3:00 p.m. Facebook Live event Wedne [...] Read full article: St. Pete mayor could announce changes We...→

Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan to keep kennel empty after pandemic

Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan to keep kennel empty after pandemic

The shelter is looking for options so people don’t have to resort to surrendering their pets. This includes more resources to afford vet care, fostering instea [...] Read full article: Animal shelter in St. Pete shares plan t...→

Deadline for current phase of St. Pete Fighting Chance Fund is Tuesday

Deadline for current phase of St. Pete Fighting Chance Fund is Tuesday

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The deadline for small businesses and individuals to apply for help under the current phase of the St. Petersburg Fighting Chance Fund i [...] Read full article: Deadline for current phase of St. Pete F...→

Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth goes virtual this year

Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth goes virtual this year

Hosted by St. Pete nonprofit Metro Inclusive Health, a free summer camp for LGBTQ+ youth is going virtual this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read full article: Free St. Pete summer camp for LGBTQ+ you...→

St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response To Excessive Force Protests

St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response To Excessive Force Protests

SPD Chief Holloway: “Officers have a duty to intervene to prevent or stop wrongdoing by another officer when it is safe and reasonable to do so.” Read full article: St. Pete PD Changes Policy In Response T...→

St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy to better hold officers accountable

St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy to better hold officers accountable

Policies are being tweaked at the St. Petersburg Police Department to better hold officers accountable. Read full article: St. Pete Police Department tweaks policy...→

Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully for hours through heavy rain

Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully for hours through heavy rain

Protesters started the day off around 2:00 p.m., marched through the streets of St. Pete, and then wrapped things up back at City Hall around 9:00 p.m. Read full article: Protesters in St. Pete march peacefully ...→

St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of Hope

St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses Systemic Racism, Shares Words Of Hope

Her vision for the future includes more than just those marching. "...there is privilege in being white. Use [that] privilege to benefit and to uplift friends [...] Read full article: St Pete Bookstore Owner Addresses System...→

St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial inequalities

St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial inequalities

St. Petersburg Police Chief Anthony Holloway and fellow police department leaders are launching new efforts to improve relationships with community members. Read full article: St. Pete leaders vouch to improve racial...→

St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body cameras

St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body cameras

Police department leaders in Tampa and St. Petersburg are rolling out new technology to help build trust between officers and the community. Read full article: St. Pete and Tampa Police roll out body ...→

Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's Beach Bar in St. Pete

Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's Beach Bar in St. Pete

Jimmy B’s in St. Pete frequently tops not only the list of best beach bars in Tampa Bay, but also in Florida as a whole. Read full article: Soak up sun and some drinks at Jimmy B's...→

Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in the wake of George Floyd's death

Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in the wake of George Floyd's death

Dozens of people gathered outside St. Petersburg Police headquarters, holding signs and chanting “No justice, no peace.” Read full article: Peaceful protests continue in St Pete in...→

Mobile food distribution site near St. Pete Beach closes after helping restaurant workers

Mobile food distribution site near St. Pete Beach closes after helping restaurant workers

Thursday marked the final day for the mobile food distribution at St. Pete Beach City Hall. Feeding Tampa Bay said it helped restaurant workers and people in t [...] Read full article: Mobile food distribution site near St. P...→

President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund transit system that connects St. Pete to popular beaches

President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund transit system that connects St. Pete to popular beaches

President Trump took to Twitter on Thursday night saying that USDOT has pledged to provide $21.8 million in helping fund PSTA's Bus Rapid Transit project. The [...] Read full article: President Trump: USDOT pledges to fund t...→

St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to mail in colorful artwork to help connect the Tampa Bay community

St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to mail in colorful artwork to help connect the Tampa Bay community

The old-school St. Pete Postcard Project, launched by local artist and teacher Sara Norine, wants you to mail in your colorful artwork to help connect the Tamp [...] Read full article: St. Pete Postcard Project wants you to m...→

Pennsylvania beer company creates seasonal brew — with hot dogs

Pennsylvania beer company creates seasonal brew — with hot dogs

(WSVN) - Here’s an interesting brew to pair with your summer barbecues. A brewing company called Neshaminy Creek in Pennsylvania has created what they call... Read full article: Pennsylvania beer company creates season...→

St. Pete photographer uses front porch portraits to help raise money for adoption

St. Pete photographer uses front porch portraits to help raise money for adoption

Kelly Nash and her family have decided to adopt a child and are using front door portraits to raise money for the adoption. Read full article: St. Pete photographer uses front porch p...→

St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadly shooting in July 2017

St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadly shooting in July 2017

St. Pete detectives arrested a man on Saturday for the murder of another man in July of 2017. Read full article: St. Pete detectives arrest man for deadl...→

St. Pete is now temporarily allowing restaurant tables in on-street parking spaces

St. Pete is now temporarily allowing restaurant tables in on-street parking spaces

In St. Petersburg, you’ll soon be able to dine right in the street. The city is launching a new plan to help downtown restaurants space apart their customers b [...] Read full article: St. Pete is now temporarily allowing res...→

Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is now open in Downtown St. Pete

Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is now open in Downtown St. Pete

Get saucy with Hoots in Downtown St. Pete. Enjoy your favorite Hooter's dishes and new menu items at this grab-and-go joint. Read full article: Hoots, Hooter's sister restaurant, is no...→

Company creates cardboard hospital bed that also serves as a coffin

Company creates cardboard hospital bed that also serves as a coffin

The beds, which can hold up to 330 pounds and cost just $85, were designed and created with the help of a nearby clinic. Read full article: Company creates cardboard hospital bed t...→

Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealing dozens of classic cars, running a chop shop

Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealing dozens of classic cars, running a chop shop

St. Petersburg police have arrested two men and charged them with stealing classic cars, using them to burglarize businesses, and then stripping them for parts [...] Read full article: Two men arrested in St. Pete for stealin...→

Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barriers To Keep Customers, Workers Safe

Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barriers To Keep Customers, Workers Safe

Protective barriers are now in place at most essential businesses like supermarkets and take out restaurants. Read full article: Malden Company Creates Plexiglass Barrie...→

Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St. Pete Beach realtor dies from COVID-19

Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St. Pete Beach realtor dies from COVID-19

A local hotel owner died from coronavirus after being infected at an assisted living facility while under court-ordered guardianship. Read full article: Hotel owner placed in guardianship by St...→

Colorado company creates tool to help stores manage lines online

Colorado company creates tool to help stores manage lines online

JoinOurLine.com allows companies to digitally manage how many people are inside their stores while allowing customers to hold a spot in the line to get in with [...] Read full article: Colorado company creates tool to help st...→

New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In St. Pete

New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In St. Pete

A new free COVID-19 testing site is open in St. Petersburg at the Lealman Exchange. Read full article: New Free COVID-19 Testing Site Opens In ...→

Colombian company creates bed that can transform into a coffin

Colombian company creates bed that can transform into a coffin

A Colombian advertising company is pitching a novel if morbid solution to shortages of hospital beds and coffins during the coronavirus pandemic: combine them. Read full article: Colombian company creates bed that can t...→

St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go' bags for members to hold church at home

St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go' bags for members to hold church at home

The priest in charge said because the majority of their church is older, doing church online isn't as easy for them. Read full article: St. Pete church hands out 'church-to-go'...→

Company creates disinfectant-spritzing drones to kill coronavirus

Company creates disinfectant-spritzing drones to kill coronavirus

EagleHawk, a tech company in Syracuse, New York, created a drone that sprays disinfectant across large indoor spaces like sports arenas to kill the coronavirus [...] Read full article: Company creates disinfectant-spritzing d...→

Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shields to Help Businesses, Offices

Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shields to Help Businesses, Offices

It works just like a projector screen, except it’s see-through, made of vinyl, and created for protection from COVID-19. “They’re presenting it to schools, to [...] Read full article: Miami-Based Company Creates Clear Shield...→