Largest Healthcare Fraud Takedown: 19 Of 345 People Charged In FloridaLaw enforcement officials announced today announced a historic nationwide enforcement action involving 345 charged defendants across 51 federal districts, including more than 100 doctors, nurses, and other licensed medical professionals. Of the 345 charged, 19 of those were charged in Florida.
Body Found In Trunk of Burning Car In St. Pete Has Been IdentifiedShortly after 6am this morning, St.Pete Fire Rescue responded to a car fire on the Pinellas Trail behind the Twin Brooks golf course near 22nd Ave. South and 41st St. South.
Fatal Hit And Run At Wells Fargo Bank, SPPD Searching For InformationThe St. Petersburg Police are searching for information related to a fatal hit and and run at a bank drive-thru on Tuesday night. 
Fatal Accident In Downtown St. Pete Friday Involving A Motorcycle & CarA fatal accident occurred early Friday evening on 5th Ave. North near St. Anthony's Hospital in Downtown St. Petersburg, Florida.  
Dog Bites Elderly Woman And Officer Before Being Killed In St. PeteAn elderly woman and a police officer in St. Petersburg, Florida were bitten by a dog on Friday before the dog was killed.
St. Pete's Fighting Chance Fund Application Process Closes August 14St. Petersburg business owners impacted financially by COVID-19 have less than two days now left to apply for the city's Fighting Chance Fund.
St. Pete's Fighting Chance Fund Application Process Closes August 14St. Petersburg business owners impacted financially by COVID-19 have less than two days now left to apply for the city's Fighting Chance Fund.
UPDATE: Officer Shoots, Kills Man That Was Choking HerDetectives assigned to the Use of Deadly Force Task Force are investigating an officer-involved shooting in the City of St. Petersburg.
Free Mask Distribution Hosted By St. Petersburg Fire & RescueSt. Petersburg Fire Rescue will be hosting a drive-through event to distribute reusable cloth face masks to the public.
St. Pete House Fire, Claimed 2 Lives, Now Investigated As Murder-SuicideCW44 News At 10 reported on Saturday, August 1, 2020 of a late night fire in St. Petersburg that claimed the life of one and injured another. As the investigation developed, the St. Petersburg Police Department is now investigating the incident as a murder-suicide. 
1 Dead, 1 Critically Injured In Late Night St. Pete FireAccording to the St. Petersburg Police Department, around 9:36pm, on July 31, 2020 SPPD received a call concerning a possible arson in the 5400 block of 14th Ave N.