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Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014

Red-light cameras shut down today in St. Petersburg
A camera looms over the eastbound approach to 34th Street (U.S. 19) along First Avenue South in St. Petersburg.Touted by city officials as a safety measure, 22 red-light cameras were installed at 10 intersections in 2011.
Roughly three years after the city first started snapping photos of traffic-light runners, cameras will be shuttered permanently, bringing a controversial city program to an end.
Sewage spill to linger, fouling yards and streets
Attorneys for the Rowdies and the St. Petersburg Baseball Commission informed city officials they have agreed to a confidential settlement to resolve a lawsuit filed by the Rowdies that claimed conditions at the stadium are inadequate.
Al Lang Stadium handover deal revived with Rowdies owner
The office, at 10700 Johnson Blvd., is part of a small strip of professional offices.
 Damage to the building was estimated at $3,000 to $4,000, Seminole Fire Rescue said. SEMINOLE FIRE RESCUE
No injuries after car crashes into Seminole office

St. Pete police warn of ID theft ring targeting purses

Police are warning St. Petersburg residents about an identity theft ring that targets women’s purses.
Updated: 9 mins ago
St. Pete shutting down red-light cameras today

St. Pete shutting down red-light cameras today

Roughly three years after cameras first started snapping photos of red-light runners, the cameras will be shuttered permanently today, bringing the controversial city program to an end.
Updated: 3 hours ago

St. Pete police seek software sleuthing tool

ST. PETERSBURG — The police department is seeking $141,400 to start a new unit that will focus on using computer software to detect crime hot spots and patterns.
Updated: 4 hours ago

St. Pete police chief picks blue uniforms for officers

ST. PETERSBURG — Police officers are expected to start wearing darker uniforms in November, but they won’t be the black ones Police Chief Anthony Holloway previously said he wanted.
Updated: 4 hours ago
Al Lang Stadium handover deal revived with Rowdies owner

Al Lang Stadium handover deal revived with Rowdies owner

ST. PETERSBURG — The deal for Tampa Bay Rowdies owner Bill Edwards to run Al Lang Stadium is back on.
Updated: 12 hours ago
St. Pete sewage spill to linger, fouling yards and streets

St. Pete sewage spill to linger, fouling yards and streets

KRISTEN MITCHELL
Updated: 20 hours ago
No injuries after car crashes into Seminole office

No injuries after car crashes into Seminole office

A woman lost control of her car in a Seminole parking lot Monday morning and crashed into the glass facade of an unoccupied office, officials said.
Updated: 21 hours ago
Success stories emerge from Pinellas drug court

Success stories emerge from Pinellas drug court

The Adult Drug Court in Pinellas County focuses on treatment, sobriety and staying out of jail.
Published: 09/28/14
Updated: 09/29/14
Powerboat race brings thousands to Clearwater Beach

Powerboat race brings thousands to Clearwater Beach

CLEARWATER — With a roar somewhere between a jet engine and a race car, the Sixth Annual Clearwater Super Boat National Championship ignited the calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday.
Published: 09/28/14

Tampa man faces DUI charges in Clearwater accident

A Tampa man faces DUI charges after a Saturday night crash in Clearwater, troopers said.
Published: 09/28/14