Here's a look back at the most-clicked stories of the past week on MySuncoast.com.
ne neighbor who lives close to the house in question had this to say. “They told me to get back inside, the assault rifles started coming out, the riot shields, so it started getting really serious."
Sheriff's deputies are investigating a dead body found inside a fenced off retention pond near Potter Park.
Sprauer said she was called into the principal's office on April 29 and was shown a photo that had been sent to the principal.
It just might be the most expensive trash can you have ever seen, costing more than $4,000.
In the middle of a fierce storm the 600-foot Summit Venture tried to make it under the Skyway Bridge at 7:30am. Winds up to 50 miles an hour blew it off course and into the old bridge's concrete supports, sending the southbound span crashing into the bay.
Police say this was one of their largest drug busts ever, with investigators using all sorts of tools, including undercover work and wire taps of one of the suspect's phones.
The incident occurred on Monday around 12:45 am near the pavilion/picnic area. The victim sustained serious injuries and was transported to Blake Medical Center via Bayflite.
It happened Monday shortly before 9 am at Bailey Road and 7th Street in Sarasota.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, 36-year-old Alva Joseph Graber riding his motorcycle west on Fruitville Road approaching Vic Edwards Road. 62-year-old Michael Alan McMurry was driving east on Fruitville.
Myers says Buckley not only organized the rally that raised thousands of dollars for Carlie's family to help with burial expenses but he also moved to the area and later donated his time to maintain a memorial in her honor.