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Suit against Young VA center claims veteran died as a result of treatment delays

Suit against Young VA center claims veteran died as a result of treatment delays

Back in April, the Department of Veterans Affairs released the results of its investigation into cancer deaths that occurred as the result of delayed gastrointestinal treatment.
Published: 10/20/14
65-foot-tall, four-lane span opens over Boca Ciega Bay

65-foot-tall, four-lane span opens over Boca Ciega Bay

ST. PETE BEACH — A few residents have said they would miss the quaintness of the old drawbridge that linked Isla Del Sol to St. Pete Beach, which had for decades been a haunt for local fishermen.
Published: 10/20/14

Lawsuit: Store shouldn’t have sold gun later used to kill 2

A gun shop accused of selling the weapon used by a mentally ill man to kill his mother and her boyfriend two years ago has been sued by a national gun control group that says the shop is liable for the deaths.
Published: 10/20/14
Police: St. Pete woman stole from dead neighbor

Police: St. Pete woman stole from dead neighbor

A woman stole items from her neighbor while his body was still in his apartment, St. Petersburg police said.
Published: 10/20/14
Early voting begins today

Early voting begins today

Voters in Pinellas County can get a jump on casting their ballots beginning today.
Published: 10/20/14
Detectives looking for suspect who stole from Seminole Dollar General

Detectives looking for suspect who stole from Seminole Dollar General

Detectives are looking for a man suspected of stealing cash from a Seminole Dollar General.
Published: 10/17/14

Seminole High student, 16, injured when struck by car

A 16-year-old Seminole High School student was injured this morning when she was struck by a pickup truck on her way to school.
Published: 10/17/14
Man charged with stealing toilet metal from St. Pete businesses

Man charged with stealing toilet metal from St. Pete businesses

A 28-year-old man is accused of stealing flushing handles and pipes from public bathrooms in St. Petersburg.
Published: 10/17/14
Clear sky, cool temps greet Clearwater Jazz Holiday

Clear sky, cool temps greet Clearwater Jazz Holiday

CLEARWATER — Funk legends Earth, Wind & Fire kicked off the 35th anniversary of the Clearwater Jazz Holiday with a packed concert Thursday night in Coachman Park.
Published: 10/17/14

PSTA chief in hot water for liking Greenlight Facebook post

ST. PETERSBURG — Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority CEO Brad Miller is under fire again, this time for appearing to endorse a boycott of businesses opposed to Greenlight Pinellas.
Published: 10/17/14

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