Rick Kriseman has made progress in the new 2016 budget on three items concerning education and management.
St. Petersburg's new mayor delivered on curbside recycling and codes inspectors, but success with the Rays and plans for the pier eluded him in 2014.
Immigration fact-checking in 2014
Rick Scott touts reaching 700,000 jobs, but that's not what he promised
St. Petersburg's new mayor made a lot of promises about the future of the city's iconic pier, which remains closed after residents voted to reject its chosen replacement. Some time has elapsed since then, so we decided to look into three vows he made and see how they rate on our Krise-O-Meter.
St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman will take the oath of office Jan. 2. On the campaign trail, he made 25 promises to voters about how he will run City Hall. The Krise-O-Meter will track Kriseman’s performance.
Candidates for mayor in St. Petersburg are on the campaign trail and providing fodder for the Truth-O-Meter.
The Senate president makes a video critical of President Barack Obama and refers people to the state website. Readers ask us: Are taxpayers footing this bill?