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State seeks death penalty for ex-Marine in family’s deaths

Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for a 33-year-old Bryan Riley.

Day 4 of search in Florida park for Gabby Petito’s boyfriend

The outdoors search includes thousands of acres of swampy subtropical terrain.

Coroner IDs remains, says Gabby Petito was homicide victim

Teton County Coroner Brent Blue determined Petito was a homicide victim.

FBI searches Florida home of Gabby Petito’s boyfriend

The FBI’s Tampa office said in a tweet that it was serving a search warrant.

Ex-Marine held without bond in shooting of Florida family

At this court appearance Monday, Riley, 33, said that he intended to hire a lawyer.

Polk County gunman killed 4, including mom still holding baby

The shooter is 33-year-old Bryan Riley, a former Marine who served in Iraq Afghanistan was arrested.

Officials withholds school board salaries over mask mandates

School districts in Alachua and Broward counties were the first of 10 to require all students to wear masks.

Florida mask debate split-screen: courtroom vs. classrooms

The coronavirus is disrupting more classrooms in Florida.

Big Florida school districts defy governor over mask mandate

The Biden administration also promised federal money if DeSantis withholds some state funds.

Miami-Dade school district likely require students to wear face masks

Delta variant has spread across so much of Florida that the entire state is considered high-risk.

COVID-19 surge among children just as students return to classrooms

Most of these children have been treated in the emergency room and sent home.

Court blocks order lifting CDC virus rules on cruise ships

The judges’ issuance of a temporary stay keeps the CDC regulations regarding Florida-based cruise ships in place.

Protesters seek help dealing with fish-killing red tide

Amid the stench of dead fish, protesters marched Saturday along Florida’s Tampa Bay to call for state assistance in dealing with a growing outbreak...

2 men held on Florida’s new anti-riot law in Cuba protest

Two Florida men were arrested during a protest in support of antigovernment demonstrations in Cuba.

Tropical Storm Elsa makes landfall along Florida Gulf Coast

The storm made landfall in lightly populated Taylor County with maximum sustained winds clocking 65 mph.

Judge grants sentence delay for cooperating Gaetz associate

U.S. District Judge Gregory Presnell rescheduled for Nov. 18 the sentencing date for Joel Greenberg.

Life’s Rewards: St. Pete writes Amazon TV series to lure tourists

Travel marketers draw quarantine-weary tourists to the area’s sugar sand beaches.

Claims of murder plot against GOP candidate in Pinellas County court

Claims by a Republican congressional candidate that another GOP hopeful plotted to kill her landed Tuesday in a Clearwater courtroom. Anna Paulina Luna, who plans...

Judge rules for Florida on CDC order blocking cruise ships

The judge ordered both sides to return to mediation to attempt to work out a full solution.

Red tide limits harvesting at aquatic farms in Tampa Bay

Elevated levels of red tide have shown up near the Hillsborough-Manatee line.

Once GOP governor of Florida, Crist now runs as Democrat

Christ held an outdoor rally that sought to contrast his record with that of Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Florida to close leaky Piney Point wastewater reservoir permanently

Florida is moving to permanently close the leaky Piney Point wastewater reservoir.

Historic St. Petersburg church now a 4-bedroom $1.3 million home

The home’s great room features high ceilings with the original exposed scissor trusses.

Evacuation order lifted at Florida leaky phosphate reservoir

Fears have eased that the reservoir would burst & cause widespread flooding in Manatee County.

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