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Hillsborough deputies and Plant City police searching for murder suspect in Plant City.

Search going on near Midway Road and Charlie Taylor Road.

Person sought is suspect in Wednesday's homicide Maryland Heights area of city.

Tune to Bay News 9 for more information on this developing story.

Slideshow: Latest from Pinellas County
  • This St. Petersburg China Wok on 54th Ave. S. is closed tonight after a car smashed through the restaurant. (Photo: Dave Kirchinger)
  • According to Duke Energy officials, a fire broke out just after midnight in one of the transformers. Two others were shut down for safety reasons, leaving just one still running.
  • Heavy rains moved into St. Petersburg Friday afternoon. The storm triggered a brief tornado warning after a possible waterspout was sighted in Tampa Bay. (Viewer photo)
  • Firefighters respond to a report of a possible sinkhole in the San Christopher Villas subdivision of Dunedin. (Photo: Michael Callahan, viewer)
  • Clearwater Police Chief Tony Holloway honored letter carrier Thornell Strawn Thursday after his actions helped nab a burglary suspect. (Photo: Clearwater Police Dept.)
  • 'Warhol: Art. Fame. Mortality.' features 125 paintings, prints and drawings that are on loan from the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. The exhibition is at the Dali Museum until June 1.
  • The sun performed some of its magic at Treasure Island last night. Tonight should also be nice, although there's a chance of showers near the coast. (Photo: John Nolan/viewer)
  • Diane Richardson (front right), said her family is touched that the Seminole High Warhawks honored her son during their opening game last night.
  • A viewer photo shows the sun as it rises over South Pasadena Thursday morning. (Photo: Dan Davies, viewer)
  • John Robertson has served as mayor of tiny Belleair Shore. Town Hall was located in his house and the town's phone rang in his kitchen. He is now leaving office after 16 years.
  • Rays players Sean Rodriguez and Stan Heath and Raymond the mascot pose with Jennifer Jerema, Akinyemi Laleye and their newborn son, Akinyemi. Akinyemi was born on opening day, and so his family received four lifetime tickets to every Rays opening game.
  • Jennifer Jenema and her son, Akinyemi, received lifetime tickets for Rays opening day games after the baby boy was born on Opening Day 2014.
  • The organizers of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg halted the event Saturday morning as strong thunderstorms made their way east across Pinellas County. (Photo: Megan McAtasney, staff)
  • The surf was rough at Pass-a-Grille Beach as a strong storm system approached Pinellas County from the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo: Matthew Apthorp, staff)
  • Although rain is expected later in the day, on-track activity in the second day of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg got underway in dry conditions early Saturday.
  • The Salvador Dali Museum, St. Petersburg’s top cultural draw, is closed during this year’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. It’s the first time the museum has closed during race weekend. (Photo: Tony Fabrizio, staff)
  • According to St. Petersburg Fire Rescue, the fire broke out just after 4:30 a.m. at a home at 7363 17th Way North. (Photo courtesy St. Pete Fire Rescue)
  • Clearwater firefighters work to extricate a driver from a car after it sideswiped a house Wednesday afternoon. (Photo: Clearwater Fire and Rescue)
  • The storage facility shed collapsed during the overnight fire at the Florida West Covered Storage facility. (Photo: Jason Lanning, staff)
  • One person was killed early Tuesday when a vehicle slammed into the porch of a St. Petersburg building. (Photo: Jason Lanning, staff)
  • The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, Clearwater Fire & Rescue, the Safety Harbor Fire Department and Dunedin Fire responded to the crash scene. (Photo: Viewer)
  • A single-engine plane crashed early Saturday on McMullen-Booth Road near Union Street in Clearwater. The pilot was killed and two girls were taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, police said.
  • The sunrise as seen from South Pasadena. (Photo: Dan Davies, viewer)
  • According to Tarpon Springs police, the crash happened just before 7 a.m. on Whitcomb Boulevard near Poulos Lane.
  • Sebastian Bourdais is all business as prepares to lead a field of professional drivers on two honorary parade laps before Wednesday’s Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Media Go-Kart Challenge. (Photo: Tony Fabrizio, staff)
  • A storm system moving through the Bay area made for a wet St. Patrick's Day this year. (Photo: Mike Gautreau, staff)
  • Organizer Donna Scharrett speaks to a passerby during a walk on Gulf Boulevard meant to bring attention to the disappearance of police cadet Kelly Rothwell. Rothwell vanished from her Indian Rocks Beach home three years ago.
  • Organizers of a walk aimed at raising awareness of police cadets Kelly Rothwell's disappearance carried signs like this as they walked down Gulf Boulevard Wednesday morning. (Photo: Chris Hopper, staff)
  • Republican David Jolly spoke to his supporters who gathered at the Sheraton Sand Key on Clearwater Beach after he was declared the winner of the U.S. House District 13 race.
  • District 13 candidate Lucas Overby (second from left) campaigns with supporters in Clearwater Tuesday morning. (Photo: Chris Hopper, staff)
  • District 13 Congressional candidate Alex Sink gets in some last-minute campaigning Tuesday morning in St. Petersburg. (Photo: Chris Hopper, staff)
  • Republican David Jolly heads to the polls Tuesday morning with his mother Judith Jolly. (Photo: Trevor Pettiford, staff)
  • A dump truck is hauled away after a man trapped underneath it died on Thursday.
  • A view of downtown St. Petersburg as a line of strong storms made its way across Pinellas County Thursday morning. (Photo: John Garcia, viewer)
  • According to deputies, a brother and sister were outside of a home in the 8800 block of Flame Vine Avenue in Seminole when they were attacked and stabbed by two people.
  • Filming for 'Dolphin Tale 2' got underway in Clearwater Beach last year. That movie received $5 million in incentives through the state of Florida.
  • Sun rays illuminate this beautiful tree with pink blooms early Tuesday in St. Petersburg. The weather won't be as nice for the next few days, but the weekend forecast looks outstanding.
  • Authorities said a vehicle landed in this retention pond in an early morning crash near U.S. 19 and Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue in Tarpon Springs. A body was recovered from the vehicle.
  • Witnesses said this car cleared a 6-foot fence and landed in a retention pond on the east side of U.S. 19. Divers recovered one body, police said.
  • A crash involving this SUV and downed power lines early Saturday closed northbound U.S. 19 between Klosterman Road and Tarpon Avenue. (Photo: Viewer)
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