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Slideshow: Latest from Pinellas County
  • Delilah Gagliardi said she thought her female shepherd mix, Allie, had run away when she didn't come home on Saturday.
  • Lee Ellison shakes hands with members of the U.S. Coast Guard who saved his life when he was having a heart attack on a tugboat May 16th in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • New Chief Daniel Slaughter, addressing the media Tuesday morning, was the major in charge of patrol operations for the past two years.
  • Tuesday in St. Petersburg, former Republican governor Charlie Crist, now running for the office as a Democrat, promised Tuesday to sign five executive orders on his first day on the job if elected.
  • Homeowner Karen Elfallah is the first homeowner in Pinellas County to have a new Dow Powerhouse Solar Shingle roof installed.
  • A woman was found dead by firefighters extinguishing a house fire on 71st Avenue N in Pinellas Park early Thursday. Detectives say she shot herself and set the home on fire. July 26, 2014.
  • St. Petersburg College will hold its 125th commencement ceremony this year. This picture shows the campus, formerly known as St. Petersburg Junior College of the building at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus. (Photo: SPC)
  • A 50-year-old man was injured by a lightning strike on Sand Key Park in Clearwater.
  • According to Pinellas County deputies, Robert Reed, 73, of Dunedin, was driving his 2010 Audi northbound through the parking lot and for an unknown reason accelerated, striking a concrete block wall in front of the Dunedin Family Fitness Center.
  • Cozi Zuehlsdorff is turning 16 on August 3, and plans to have a laid-back get-together with a few close friends for some pool time and movie watching. She does not have plans to get her license, as she is so busy with the upcoming movie premiere.
  • Actors Nathan Gamble, Cozi Zuehlsdorff, and Austin Hightower are introduced by Dolphin Tale 2 Executive Director and Clearwater Marine Aquarium Director David Yates for a media meet and greet at Winter's Dolphin Tale Adventure in downtown Clearwater.
  • Bay News 9's Virginia Johnson interviews Austin Highsmith about returning at Phoebe, Winter the Dolphin's trainer.
  • According to St. Petersburg police, the person suffered upper torso injuries in the crash at Jefferson Circle North and Fourth Street North. (Photo: Trevor Pettiford, staff)
  • The Mary Grizzle Building at 11351 Ulmerton Road was evacuated after someone sprayed an unknown irritant into an office.
  • Some residents of Kenneth City say they are embarrassed by run down houses, streets, city facilities, and businesses.
  • The 701 Tap House in Tarpon Springs was destroyed when fire swept through the building Tuesday night.
  • A St. Petersburg Fire Rescue crew rescued a man from a 25-foot-deep hole near 92nd Avenue North and 3rd Street N in St. Petersburg on Wednesday morning. (Photo: Melissa Eichman, staff)
  • According to authorities, the 57-year-old man fell in some sort of hole near 92nd Avenue North and 3rd Street North.  (Photo: Melissa Eichman, staff)
  • Caden Wilson, 7, got to throw the first pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays game Tuesday night. The Lakeland boy has cystic fibrosis, and his family has been struggling financially, especially after lightning destroyed the house they built with Habitat for Humanity.
  • Smoke engulfs the Tarpon Tap House, which caught on fire Tuesday afternoon. (Photo: Kari Lopez, viewer)
  • A firefighter sprays water onto the fire at the Tarpon Tap House, which broke out Tuesday afternoon. (Photo: Kari Lopez, viewer)
  • Witnesses say the Tarpon Tap House is engulfed in flames, and that nearby trees have caught on fire. (Photo: Kari Lopez, viewer)
  • Emergency crews are responding to a fire that broke out at the 701 Tarpon Tap House Tuesday afternoon. (Photo: Chris McGuirk, viewer)
  • Clearwater Marine Aquarium biologist Hada Herring (left) and senior trainer Abby Stone (right) care for a dolphin calf that was rescued over the weekend on Redington Beach. (Courtesy: Clearwater Marine Aquarium)
  • A waterspout was spotted off Madeira Beach on the Fourth of July.
  • A local runner gets a patriotic start to the Fourth of July near U.S. 19 and Keystone in Tarpon Springs. (Photo: Ken Fafrak, viewer)
  • The Aqua Quest boat pulled into port in Tarpon Springs just after 10 a.m. Wednesday. The crew had been held in a Honduras prison since early May.
  • A Team USA fan takes photos of the best fan attire at MacDinton's ahead of Thursday's World Cup game against Belgium. (Photo: Tony Fabrizio, staff)
  • Hope and Winter are engaged in playtime for stimulation and fun at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. (Photo: Virginia Johnson, Staff)
  • Two people were killed and another person was badly burned early Thursday in a fiery hit-and-run crash at 16th Street South and 9th Avenue South in St. Petersburg.
  • According to authorities, a man was found shot to death in the front yard of a home in the 900 block of La Salle Street just before 3 a.m. (Photo: Michael Brantley, staff)
  • According to deputies, someone drove the vehicle off Gulf Boulevard, across the beach and into the waters near a jetty that separates the gulf from Boca Ciega Bay.
  • Jane Dunaway, left, was the recipient of the first house built by Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County.  On Monday, she was on hand as Tamara Harrell, middle, and her two children for the dedication of the organization's 300th home. (Photo: Eddie Jackson, staff)
  • According to police, the incident started at 4:26 a.m. at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater when a woman arriving for work was confronted by two men. The car was later crashed on 94th Avenue N near 66th Street.
  • According to police, a woman returned to her home in the 1300 block of Belcher Drive and noticed things were out of place. Officials said the woman called 911 to report a burglary. (Photo: Trevor Pettiford, staff)
  • One person was found dead early Tuesday after a fire at a Pinellas Park mobile home park. According to Pinellas Park police, the fire started at 2:30 a.m. at Park Royale on Oxford Road.
  • Eight people were taken into custody for questioning, and four people, all from Tampa, were arrested.
  • A student gets some hands-on education in St. Petersburg College's new orthotics and prosthetics technology program. The program is the first of its kind in Florida.
  • Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer John Hamilton, left, was surprised at work by his son, Senior Airman Julian Hamilton, who had returned to the U.S. after a six-month assignment in South Korea.
  • Beachgoers enjoy a warm day in the gulf waters off Clearwater Beach.
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