Here's a look back at the most-clicked stories of the past week on MySuncoast.com.
River otters are being blamed for the deaths of several baby swans at Bay Isles. Jane Matson, a resident there, spotted three otters stalking a nest belonging to a beloved swan in the community named "Beverly."
According to the sheriff's office, around 7pm Tuesday, two women noticed their vehicle windows were smashed and purses stolen outside of Funtastics Gymnastics & Cheerleading on Ashton Road. Deputies investigating that crime received a report of three additional vehicle burglaries at Twin Lakes Park on Clark Road.
Max Wave Media, an Atlanta-based animation firm, created the renderings. Two Benderson development-owned hotels and other retail and office buildings will surround the 880,000 square foot mall.
Sunday morning, searchers found the body of a 14-year-old boy who disappeared in strong surf off Anna Maria Island on Saturday afternoon.
The Hob Nob opened its doors on U.S. 301 in 1957. Since then, little has changed. The neon signs are still lit, and the restaurant's famous burgers are still juicy.
A man who deputies say was trying to rob a pharmacy fell through the roof of a strip mall, landing in a Thai restaurant.
This month, officials from Sarasota and Manatee Counties will travel to Switzerland to meet with FISA representatives, and pitch to them a presentation on why Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota should be chosen.
Andrew Hudson of Winter Springs was swimming Monday with friends in the Little Big Econ State Forest northeast of Orlando when he kicked what he thought was a log in the water.
Sheriff's deputies say 78-year-old William Kawalec drove his Acura into a pond in the Rivendell neighborhood.
Deputies are looking for two female suspects after 8 cell phones were stolen from three different stores.