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Flood watch for Citrus, Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough until 8 p.m. Tuesday

Pasco Emer. Mgmt. orders evacuation for Anclote River Estates near Elfers along Elfers Pkwy.

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Slideshow: Latest from Pinellas County
  • East Lake Woodlands in northern Pinellas County flooded (PHOTO/John Ruel, Bay News 9+app)
  • Pedestrians stand on a street corner in downtown St. Petersburg during Friday's rainfall. The storms brought some rain to St. Petersburg, but the northern parts of the county saw flooding. (PHOTO/Bobby Collins, staff)
  • Sent via Bay News 9+: Viewer Kat Rosaly took a photo of storms rolling in from the Gulf of Mexico onto Redington Shores on the morning of Thursday, July 16.
  • The fire is expected to burn into the night as crews are working to contain it to a four-acre site across the street from Osceola High School. (PHOTO/Seminole Fire Rescue Department)
  • A couple watches President Barack Obama speak about the Supreme Court's ruling on same-sex marriage in the LGBT Welcome Center in St. Petersburg. (Photo: Amy Mariani, staff)
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: Viewer Cameron Harbachuk sent in this photo of Monday morning's storm as seen from Seminole.
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: Viewer Star Bosci sent in this photo of Friday morning's sunrise as seen over Boca Ciega Bay in Pinellas County.
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: Viewer Lou Dobon sent us a photo of Friday's sunrise in Bay Pines in St. Petersburg.
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: Viewer Patricia Price sent in a photo showing a downpour over St. Petersburg Friday afternoon.
  • Freddie Crawford, left, and Leon Jackson, right, are the only two living members of the Courageous 12, a group of black police officers who filed a discrimination lawsuit against the St. Petersburg Police Department in 1965. The officers were honored by the community on Saturday.
  • Madison Miller celebrated a year in cancer remission by creating a non-profit to support other young adults battling cancer.
  • Crews returned to Redington Beach and Indian Shores Tuesday morning after an overnight search by the Coast Guard failed to turn up any signs of a parasailor missing in the Gulf of Mexico. (PHOTO: Jason Lanning, staff)
  • According to authorities, the body of a man was found in an empty home at 806 N Osceola Avenue Monday evening. (PHOTO: Jason Lanning, staff)
  • A Hollywood movie production crew began filming scenes for The Infiltrator starring Bryan Cranston on Thursday at the Loews Don Cesar and Dolphin Motel in St. Pete Beach. Bay News 9 caught a glimpse of Cranston filming scenes at the Dolphin Motel with Olympia Dukakis. (Photo: Josh Rojas, staff)
  • Late Thursday night, the St. Pete Pier Selection Committee ranked its remaining three designs and listed Pier Park as its top choice.
  • The design team behind Destination St. Pete Pier speaks in front of the Pier Selection Committee. The committee is working to rank the final three candidates for the new St. Pete Pier. (Photo: Michael Brantley, staff)
  • The fire broke out just after 3 a.m. at 1719 19th Avenue South. Firefighters said there was heavy smoke and flames coming from the home when they arrived. (Photo: Chris Hopper, staff)
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: A Pinellas County resident struggles to get his patio canopy upright after severe thunderstorms knocked the patio furniture over. (Photo: Laura, viewer)
  • Rick Falkenstein, general manager of the Hurricane restaurant in Pass-a-Grille, said the months after Gulf oil spill was a difficult time for his business.
  • Judy Fielding is Florida’s West Central Coast Coordinator for Project Linus.
  • Pinellas Park Police Chief Dorene Thomas holds a picture from 1980, when she became the first sworn female officer with the police department. (Photo: Melissa Eichman, staff)
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: Viewer Star Bocsi sent in this photo showing the sun rising over Boca Ciega Bay on Friday morning.
  • Decorated bicycles are showing up in downtown Tarpon Springs. The bikes are the work of Warren Gregory, inspired by his years in Amsterdam.
  • Sent via Bay News 9+ app: Viewer Scott Reed submitted a photo showing the sunrise as seen from St. Pete Beach.
  • Viewer Jake Dean sent in a photo of Thursday night's storm clouds as seen from the Clearwater Memorial Causeway. (Photo: Jake Dean)
  • Cara Ryan leaves the Pinellas County jail Friday morning with her attorney Roger Futerman. She is accused of fatally shooting her former husband, an ex-St. Pete police sergeant.
  • The Pier Selection Committee began the process of selecting three finalists for the Pier design this morning at 8:30 a.m. (Photo: Caitlin Constantine, staff)
  • K-9 Officer Joe Lehmann is comforting his partner Ajax at the vet. (Photo: St. Petersburg Police)
  • The Bay area is among the Top Ten real estate markets in the country, according to one of the leading measures of U.S. residential real estate market.
  • The new ferry service will launch from Coachman Park and dock along the marina on Clearwater Beach. (Photo: Roger Johnson, staff)
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