A real life game of Grand Theft Auto is playing out across Pinellas County.
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LARGO — In his first public comments on the issue, Pinellas County schools superintendent Mike Grego spoke out at Tuesday night's School Board meeting about the decision to transfer former Campbell Park Elementary principal Christine Hoffman after an email in which she made a racially insensitive directive to her …
Delivery drivers, don't leave your cars running when you make a stop.
It's bad luck to have your car stolen once. But a handful of drivers across Tampa Bay have been repeat victims. Their cars were recovered, but not the keys. So young thieves came back for another joyride.
Coming back late from a weekend away at a wedding, Robert Vincent and his wife wanted to go to sleep. They unloaded the car in the driveway of their home in St. Petersburg's Fossil Park neighborhood. Call it haste, or exhaustion, but either Vincent or his wife forgot to lock the Subaru Outback.
How can a system allow dozens of kids to be arrested twice for felony grand theft auto, and still go on to steal another car?
BALTIMORE — Rays officials were really bad Tuesday night processing the forecast information and predicting the weather as they scratched scheduled starter Erasmo Ramirez 25 minutes before first pitch due to concerns about game-interrupting rain that never came.
TALLAHASSEE — State lawmakers reached a tentative deal on an $83 billion budget Tuesday that could end the session on time but could put them on a collision course with Gov. Rick Scott.