These are the stories that generated the most web traffic on MySuncoast.com this week.
On "No Uniform Day", Bella went to school with regular clothes. But because she was absent too many days, the kindergartener was sent to the office, given a uniform, and told to change.
A Suncoast restaurant that has recently had problems with the county and nearby residents was hit with graffiti over the weekend.
Around 11:00, a car hit a dump truck nearly head-on along U.S. 301 near Doris Road. The car's driver, 83-year-old Julian Laney, did not survive.
15 people are reportedly stuck on the Cheetah Chase ride. The cars are at a 15 degree angle, and the fire department is working on getting equipment to remove the riders.
The tractor trailer overturned onto the southbound lanes of I-75. The BMW's driver, 42-year-old James Proctor of Parrish, died at the scene. The driver of the tractor trailer, 30-year-old Wayne Waldon, was taken to Tampa General Hospital with minor injures.
In the sting, which was called "Be Mine," detectives posed as children, or parents of children, in various online chat forums to connect with suspects seeking children for sex, authorities said.
The Florida Highway Patrol has identified the driver as 28-year-old Daniel Lee Morris from Michigan. Authorities say Morris had recently moved to Tampa from St. Clair Shores, Michigan and had been living with friend Scott Eric Enfinger, whose car Morris used the night of the crash.
According to Florida Highway Patrol, a car was headed southbound on U.S. 301 when for unknown reasons, the driver steered across the highway at a break in the median in front of Ft. Hamer Road.
According to the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office, investigators received word from a California law enforcement unit that a package possibly containing narcotics was due to be delivered to a home in the 10000 block of Kidron Avenue in Englewood.
. The driver of the vehicle motioned to the juvenile to approach him as he asked how old she was and where she went to school. The juvenile was able to quickly leave and go home and report the incident to her parents.