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Local rifle manufacturer Adams Arms misfires, heads to auction
The Odessa company will be auctioned April 30 as a turn-key operation after a lender said it was owed $5.1 million.
Published: 04/23/19
VIDEO: Pasco deputy shoots dog after pack attacks teen, elderly man
A pack of dogs roaming around Shady Hills attacked a teen trying to go to school, then an elderly man. One dog was shot while approaching a sheriff's deputy.
Updated: 3 hours ago
More restaurants to bloom in central Pasco County retail hub
Bonefish Grill, Carrabba's Italian Grill and Aussie Grill planned for the Cypress Creek Town Center complex.
Published: 04/25/19
Hernando sheriff's detention deputy quits after domestic battery arrest
Sheriff's officials at first declined to release the name of the deputy, Dolis Colvin. They later reconsidered.
Updated: 1 hour ago
Forecast: Enjoy these clear, warm days across Tampa Bay before the rain arrives Friday
Sunny skies and warm temperatures will take hold over Tampa Bay for the next two days, before another round of showers on Friday leads to yet another pleasant weekend.
Published on 04/24/19
Locals Night highlights original music scene of New Port Richey
About two years ago, Joe Karl and his wife, pop and R&B artist Taylor Reed, launched Locals Night to provide a stage for original musicians. It's still here.
Published on 04/24/19
Editorial cartoons for Thursday from Times wire service
Editorial cartoons for Thursday from Times wire service
Published on 04/24/19
'Intoxicated with power.' Pasco sheriff, agency leaders accused of retaliation, suit says
A Pasco County Sheriff's Office spokesperson says the agency is aware of the suit and those claims will be challenged in federal court.
Published on 04/24/19
Updated on 04/25/19
Former Wesley Chapel fitness center targeted for craft brewery
The vacant Sports + Field building previously was considered for a charter school and a luxury car dealership.
Published on 04/23/19
Forecast: All clear for Tampa Bay until another round of Friday thunderstorms
It appears Tampa Bay will almost make it to the end of the work week enjoying clear, sunny and near-perfect conditions.
Published on 04/23/19
New Port Richey sings the blues - again
Hear some of the region's best at the 20th-annual Cotee River Sea Fest, held April 26-28 in Sims Park in downtown New Port Richey.
Published on 04/23/19
Tampa Bay is ground zero for Florida's growing hepatitis A problem
With cases of the virus on the rise across the state, officials report large concentrations in Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough counties.
Published on 04/23/19
Plato Academy charter schools in turmoil over management, family feud
The board for the popular charter school system recently fired its management company. Now, two court filings could affect Plato Academy's future.
Published on 04/23/19
Updated on 04/24/19
At Port Richey council meeting, a standoff but no action on vacancy
The meeting began with tense moments, but at the end nothing was done to appoint a new member.
Published on 04/23/19