Men in suits terrorize American economy
If there is such a thing as economic terrorism -- and I don't see why there can't be -- then I have to wonder whether we are at more risk from al-Qaida or from the corporations (and their accountants) that are supposed to be the backbone of this nation's strength.
Scallopers crowd gulf waters as ban lifted
Hundreds of boats ply the shallow gulf waters from Chassahowitzka to Crystal River in search of the tasty shellfish making a local comeback.
Social Security examined
A series of GOP proposals to privatize the system are discussed at the Shady Hills gathering.
Projects could be delayed
The Inverness City Council may consider pushing back road work, computer upgrades and a proposed boat ramp to balance its budget.
Spring Hill water worth less?
Hernando commissioners balk at paying $10-million more than a study says Florida Water Service is worth.
Ferocious fox meets its match in amputee
The Hudson man wrestles it to the ground, and a neighbor slays the fox with a hammer. A 130-pound Rottweiler didn't scare it away.
They never thought he'd live
Nearly 13 weeks after the 11-year-old flew 35 feet through the air to land headfirst on the pavement, David Anthony Herring is able to thank his rescuers.
Pastor pledges a land 'under God'
The Rev. Jerry Waugh uses a sermon marking the Fourth of July to warn of trends in America.