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WATCH: Boat runs red light

Clearwater, Florida -- A boat. Yes, a boat, was caught on the City of Clearwater's red light camera running a light at the intersection of Chestnut Street and Fort Harrison Avenue.

Clearwater Police say the self-powered boat is built on a car frame and is legal as long as it has the proper registration and working lights.

Elderly man in wheelchair robbed outside Walgreens

St. Petersburg, Florida -- St. Pete Police are searching for the man who robbed an elderly man restricted to a wheelchair as he was leaving a Walgreens on Aug. 7.

Police say around 5:30 p.m., the suspect followed the 84-year-old man out of the store in the 2100 block of 66th Street N and into the parking lot. He then bumped into the man nearly knocking him over and ripped his wallet off of his lap and fled the area on foot.

Officers injured in crash during arrest

Officers injured in crash during arrest

Tarpon Springs, Florida -- Two Tarpon Springs officers were injured when a man crashed into one of their crusiers during an arrest Tuesday night.

Tarpon Springs Police say 44-year-old Gino Marino crashed his Nissan Xterra into the backside of an officer's Chevy Tahoe that was parked in a spot on the west side of Alt 19 just south of Lemon Street.

Photo Gallery: Man crashes into Tarpon Police cruiser

Thieves make off with thousands in shoes

Largo, Florida -- Largo Police are searching for a trio of shoe thieves who stole thousands of dollars worth of shoes on July 21.

Police say the three men broke into the Rack Room Shoes at Largo Mall around 2:30 a.m. and stole a large amount of shoes. 

Photo Gallery: Rack Room Shoes thieves

Similar burglaries have also been reported in St. Petersburg and Pinellas Park.

The suspects are described below:

Like Sands Through the ½ Hour Glass?

Like Sands Through the ½ Hour Glass?

St. Petersburg, Florida -- In 1965, when, “Days of our Lives” first debuted, 'Like sands through the hourglass so are the Days of our Lives,” became a staple of the daytime soap’s opening credits.

It was a beautiful and symbolic phrase.  But recently while shopping I found this new, oxymoronic “hourglass” for our speedy, multi-tasking world.

No stress here, just condense the hour glass into a half-hour glass and compress time in a bottle-like container - just as we all try to fit more and more into our busy schedules.