ST. PETERSBURG, Florida -- Detectives in St. Petersburg are investigating after two men were found dead in a burning home in the city's Historic Kenwood district.
Police have identified the victims as 51-year-old Bruce Johnson, who lived in the home on 4th Avenue. The other victim, 36-year-old Arthur Regula, is believed to have been helping Johnson remodel the home.
The Medical Examiner's Office has ruled their deaths as homicides.
Submitted by Kristin Weber, Web Producer, 10News In Your Neighborhood
Monday, October 1st, 2012, 11:23am
Tampa, Florida -- Tampa Electric announced Monday customers claimed $1 million in rebates made available to help fund the installation of new PV systems at homes and businesses in 2013 -- all in just one minute.
The company says solar water heater rebates are still available on a first-come, first-serve basis to residential customers planning to install new solar water heater equipment (up to $1,000 per installation).
Clearwater, Florida -- Specialty-trained surgical oncologists from Morton Plant Mease will answer difficult questions and share the latest information on breast cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The first seminar, Avoiding Breast Cancer with Lifestyle and Diet Changes, with surgical oncologist, Dr. Kathleen Allen, will give you the latest information about breast cancer, including how you can reduce your risk by adopting a healthy lifestyle.
MIAMI (AP) - Miami-Dade County government is going pink next month in an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer.
A Miami-Dade Police Department vehicle, waste management garbage truck, and a Metrobus have all been painted pink. And the Stephen P. Clark Center Lobby will also be pink throughout the month of October.
Jackson Memorial Hospital will unveil its new Mobile Mammogram Unit. The mobile unit will offer mammograms for county employees every Thursday in October.
Tampa Bay, Florida -- Although the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) increased its operating budget by $4.5 million for the coming fiscal year, property owners will not pay a higher tax to the state agency responsible for flood control and surface and groundwater quality in the Tampa Bay area.
Tuesday night the Southwest Florida Water Management District Governing Board approved the 2012-13 fiscal year budget and millage (or tax) rate. The fiscal year starts Monday, Oct. 1.
Submitted by Mary Burrell, Operations Manager, Pinellas County Communications
Sunday, September 30th, 2012, 9:08am
Pinellas County, Florida -- Florida households use up to six percent of all energy consumed in the United States. Learn how to save energy and money with some help from the Pinellas County Extension during energy action month.
During a series of hour-long classes, participants can learn the best way to achieve energy efficiency in their homes, how to spend less on their power bills and how to save energy without sacrificing comfort. Topics will include lighting choices, phantom energy loss, maintaining appliances and weatherization.