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Gabe Stern

The Associated Press

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Recent:
  • NBC KSNV News 3
  • TorontoStar
  • LasVegasSun.com
Past:
  • Tampa Bay Times
  • The Daily Orange

Recent articles by Gabe:

Recount in GOP primary for Nevada governor completed, one vote gained for Gilbert

UPDATE: CLark County tells News 3 their recount has been completed. The total turnout increased by one ballot. → Read More

Nevada GOP governor candidate to pay for statewide recount

RENO, Nev. (AP) — A candidate for Nevada governor who lost this month’s Republican primary election by just over 11 percentage points, or nearly 26,00... → Read More

Last Nevada county approves primary results after hand count

Dozens of residents urged commissioners in Nevada's two largest counties on Friday not to certify results of the June 14 primary, some expressing doubt about the election by recounting their ... → Read More

US Senate race promises to be fight for nonpartisan voters

RENO, Nev. (AP) — The attack ads already are airing and campaign fundraising emails are flooding into inboxes as one of the most competitive U.S. Sena... → Read More

U.S. Senate race in Nevada promises to be fight for nonpartisan voters

The attack ads already are airing and campaign fundraising emails are flooding into inboxes as one of the most competitive U.S. Senate races in the country gets rolling in Nevada, where ... → Read More

Red Tide is still floating out there and could return. But when?

The fish kills have receded, but toxic algal blooms are still floating off the Pinellas shore. → Read More

They had just over a month to leave their Pinellas Park horse farm

They’ve built equestrian centers from scratch, moved seven times and recovered from eviction. But for the past month, the Sipos family have faced a problem that they can’t find an answer to. → Read More

74,500 gallons of wastewater spill into Pinellas County’s Boca Ciega Bay

More than 100,000 gallons total spilled near the Treasure Island Causeway from the decades-old standpipe. → Read More

Clearwater homicide suspect arrested hours after woman’s body found, police say

The homicide investigation has two active scenes. → Read More

Madeira Beach to interview 7 people for city manager role

Madeira Beach’s Board of Commissioners will choose a city manager at a special meeting on Tuesday. → Read More

Red Tide is further offshore. Thank the wind and sea currents.

Recent sampling shows a bloom that lines up with Madeira Beach and Treasure Island. But beachgoers may not notice. → Read More

St. Pete city services delayed due to Red Tide cleanup efforts

There are 18 services affected in total, including a trash clean-up program, alley maintenance and repairs, street swapping, sidewalk maintenance, sign replacement and construction projects. → Read More

Redeveloped Schooner Resort gets zoning approval after hours of testimony

The proposed nine-story, 56-room hotel and resort is planned to replace the current 42-room Schooner Hotel. → Read More

No Red Tide relief in sight as dead fish overwhelm St. Petersburg

A toxic algal bloom is plaguing Tampa Bay and befouling St. Petersburg’s shores. It could stick around for a while. → Read More

Along St. Petersburg’s waterfront, the park is quiet but the smell is strong

Red Tide and dead fish have made life a little less palatable along the city’s shoreline. → Read More

One last drama for ‘Kellogg mansion’ in Dunedin, stripping the valuables

The home is set for demolition after a fight over the fixtures. → Read More

Tierra Verde’s Grand Canal needs major dredging. Who will pay for it?

As nearby residents grow frustrated with the deteriorating canal, a patchwork of state and federal approvals could put off the sand dredging until 2023. → Read More

Madeira Beach to choose new city manager Aug. 17

The city posted the job Thursday and hopes to fill the position next month. → Read More

Pinellas mayors consider new high-rise protections after Surfside collapse

As the full extent of the Surfside tragedy continues to unfold, some mayors here are quietly considering how to protect the high-rise condos that overlook the Pinellas coast. Some are scrambling to reckon: To what extent should they monitor older buildings? → Read More

On Pinellas beaches, business owners watch as Red Tide conditions evolve

The strongest tourism period of the year has stretched into June with little sign of letting up, even as Red Tide has crept along Gulf Boulevard beachfronts. → Read More