Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014
St. Pete shuts down red-light cameras
ST PETE BLAST IMAGE -- Eastbound approach to U.S. 19 along 1st Avenue South. St Petersburg is turning off its cameras today. JAY CONNER/STAFF

— Roughly three years after red-light cameras first started snapping photos of red-light runners, the cameras will be shuttered permanently...

This photo provided by the Pasco County Sheriff's Office shows Adam Matos. Matos, 28, was arrested Friday, Sept. 5, 2014 outside a Tampa hotel as a suspect in the killings of four people whose bodies were found stacked on the ground and decomposing in a neighborhood some 45 miles away. (AP Photo/Pasco County Sheriff's Office) ORG XMIT: NY118
Weapons recovered from creek near scene of Hudson murders
The secret of centenarians
The Grand Prize Winner of the Titanic Award goes to Skylar Nimmo and Channa Mauro of Central High School in Brookesville. DOROTHY FAMIANO
Cardboard Boat Race pits teams in a soggy showdown


Woman arrested again for panhandling in Hernando
Weapons recovered from creek near scene of Hudson murders
St. Pete shuts down red-light cameras


DeWitt: Typical tactic used to push penny tax
Letters to the editor
Myers: Talk is still just talk


The secret of centenarians
LeBlanc: Preserving your memories
Pedaling toward their fitness goal

Out and about

Inshore fishing should heat up as fall cools water
Wade-fishing tips from a retiring FWC staffer
Thousands expected at Hernando’s National Night Out

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