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. 
UPDATE: Missing Mother & Daughter Found In Omaha, Mother Died From Medical EpisodeSPPD is continuing its search for Angela Jolley, age 46, and her daughter Alexis Jolley, age 19, after finding that they most likely left Florida safely with their two dogs.
Mayor Kriseman: "We're Encouraged By Some Recent Trends"In St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman's weekly address to the city, he highlighted optimism in local COVID-19 trends.
UPDATE: Human Head Discovered By Jogger In St. PeteSt. Petersburg Police are investigating what appears to be the discovery of human remains near the intersection of 38th Ave. S and 31st St. S, after a jogger alerted the department.
July 4th Weekend: What To Expect On Pinellas BeachesIf you’re worried about overcrowding, pay attention to parking. One of the ways the city regulates beach population is through parking space capacity, which also matches up closely with those distancing protocols.
16 Years In Federal Prison: St. Pete Man Pulled Gun On Woman And Threatened To Murder HerMan who pulled gun on woman and threatened to murder her sentenced to more than 16 years in federal prison.
July 4th Beach Plans In Pinellas CountyPinellas County officials discuss beach plans ahead of July 4th weekend. “We’ve been receiving a lot of emails asking us to close the beaches,”
Tropicana Field COVID-19 Testing Site At Capacity, Again Turns Away ResidentsHealth officials say 357 people were tested before they made the announcement to shut the site down. Testing materials had run out.
Mayor Kriseman: 'Masks Are More Comfortable Than Ventilators'Effective yesterday at 5pm, St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman issued a mandatory face mask order, regardless of any contradictory orders from the Pinellas County Board of Commissioners.