Top Headlines: Scientology Lawsuit, P.F. Chang's Hiring, Future of Downtown Clearwater
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Residents in the Skycrest neighborhood are disturbed and scared in the wake of the second stabbing within a year near Crest Lake Park.
Peter Kageyama, author of “For the Love of Cities,” talked about ways to spur economic development in downtown Clearwater during a luncheon at Island Way Grill Wednesday.
A federal lawsuit filed in Tampa on Wednesday by a California couple alleges fraud after they say they gave $320,000 toward the construction of the "Super Power" building that has yet to be completed.
A group working to reopen the Martin Luther King Jr. Center says it needs about $250,000 in repairs before reopening. They hope to open the facility in about three months.
Thanks, Aggie Michael, for sharing a few pictures of a group of paddleboarders skimming along Clearwater Harbor. If you have snaps around Clearwater you would like to share make sure to add them to our Viewfinder gallery.
Authorities failed to ensure the girl underwent a required medical exam after she was taken from her Clearwater home, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said.
Clearwater Police found a man and a woman dead Thursday at the Grande Bay Apartments on Gulf to Bay Boulevard.
The Clearwater location is looking to fill full- and part-time positions before the restaurant's tentative opening March 4.
A car runs a red light in the rain at Belcher Road and State Road 60 making Clearwater Police's Red Light Camera Violator of the Week.
An internal investigation found two officers were justified in shooting Mark Bill, 56, who allegedly pointed a rifle at them outside his Clearwater home last month.