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St. Petersburg Tribune

Police say St. Pete woman stabbed son

A St. Petersburg woman stabbed her son Saturday evening, police said.
Published: 06/27/15
St. Pete Pride has added reason to celebrate

St. Pete Pride has added reason to celebrate

ST. PETERSBURG — While the previous dozen St. Pete Pride parades were joyous occasions, the many thousands of people who attended this year’s shindig were shouting “Happy Pride” with added gusto. ...
Published: 06/27/15
Arrest made in Madeira hit-and-run that killed skateboarder

Arrest made in Madeira hit-and-run that killed skateboarder

A St. Petersburg man was arrested Saturday in last month’s Madeira Beach hit-and-run that killed a 20-year-old woman who was skateboarding with friends.
Published: 06/27/15
Woman rescued after car goes into ditch, Pinellas Park police say

Woman rescued after car goes into ditch, Pinellas Park police say

A 78-year-old woman remains in the hospital after a crash this afternoon, Pinellas Park police said.
Published: 06/26/15

Police: Four arrested after stolen car tracked from Tampa to St. Pete

Four people were arrested early Friday after a car stolen in Manatee County was located by Tampa police and tracked to an apartment building in St. Petersburg, authorities said.
Published: 06/26/15
‘History’ in the making for St. Pete LGBT Pride festival

‘History’ in the making for St. Pete LGBT Pride festival

“Making History” is the theme of the 13th annual St. Pete LGBT Pride festival that begins Friday, and that could happen in a few ways.
Published: 06/25/15
Updated: 06/26/15
Police link blood trail to suspected Tarpon Springs bomber

Police link blood trail to suspected Tarpon Springs bomber

William Metz, 85, told authorities he injured his leg getting out of bed, officers said, but when he allowed them to search his home, they found blood from the back door, through the house and into a bathroom.
Published: 06/25/15
Updated: 06/26/15
‘Reptile Man’ enchants kids at St. Pete library

‘Reptile Man’ enchants kids at St. Pete library

It’s a well-known fact that kids are fascinated by strange critters, and a program at the St. Petersburg Main Library took advantage of that to teach them about animals.
Published: 06/25/15
Gay pride flag flies over St. Pete City Hall

Gay pride flag flies over St. Pete City Hall

St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and other dignitaries raised the Pride flag at City Hall today, a prelude to what could be a record-setting St. Pete LGBT Pride festival that begins Friday.
Published: 06/25/15
Allegiant flight out of Pinellas diverted because of wasp’s nest

Allegiant flight out of Pinellas diverted because of wasp’s nest

A wasp’s nest in an Allegiant Air flight out of Clearwater caused the plane to be diverted to Orlando, the airline said Thursday.
Published: 06/25/15