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13 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
"Haven't been able to keep my temp below 102.0 and I feel like I'm riding shotgun with death!" she posted Nov. 3 on her Facebook page.
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
Is America's government too big?
17 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
Pasco County Animal Services has more than 30 small-breed dogs available for adoption after some unfortunate circumstances in Dade City.
22 hrs ago | WFLX-TV West Palm Beach
A Florida judge has sentenced Anthony "Little Tony" Ferrari to life in prison without parole for the 2001 mob-style slaying of a prominent businessman who ran a fleet of gambling ships and founded the Miami Subs restaurant chain.
Yesterday | Examiner.com
New Port Richey, Florida is located in Pasco County and within the county is the largest self-governed town with a population of over 16,000 residents.
Yesterday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Right now, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office is investigating a shooting at the Brass Flamingo on U.S. 19 in Port Richey.
The city is making a push to adopt out dozens of dogs and cats as it prepares to shut down its animal control program and turn over the reins to Pasco County.
More than 200 Pasco County residents crowded into City Hall Wednesday to vent to a FEMA official about flood insurance rates so high that some worried they might have to declare bankruptcy.
A+ Concrete in Odessa may be shut down after a vote by the Pasco County Commission.
Spring Hill residents mourn the loss of friend John Ludwig, 27, who was struck and killed, along with his two dogs, while crossing U.S. 19 two weeks ago.
For nearly a year, 300 men and women in the National Guard from Plant City, Lake Wales, and parts of Pasco County have been in Qatar.
Sheriff's deputies said 16-year-old Tuvarrion Sirmons was stabbed to death on Friday afternoon at the Meadow Pointe Two Clubhouse off County Line Road in Wesley Chapel.
The national scholarship program inspires high school girls to develop their full, individual potential through a fun, transformative experience that culminates in a celebratory showcase of their accomplishments.
The Salvation Army got a Christmas miracle, of sorts, when it found a gold coin in one of its red donation kettles Friday.