April 28, 2000
Fires, drought don't mix
Smoke from wildfires elsewhere in the state serves as a reminder for Pasco: All outdoor burning is illegal without a permit.
County gives go-ahead to new homes
Officials want Hillside Golf Club builders to control "all fugitive dust originating from the project site."
Police untangling facts about brawl
One victim of the fight was beaten with a pipe, police say, and is listed in critical condition.
County has gotten lost on road to luring tourists
Pasco County wants to attract the Clark Griswolds of the world.
Man threatened his family, detective, authorities say
He pointed a gun at his wife, his child and a police detective, and he had threatened suicide earlier, police say.
Mitchell High football practice delayed until May 5
Practice for the first football season at Mitchell High School, scheduled to begin Monday, will not start until May 5 because of a death in coach Scott Schmitz's family.
Gators, Bulldogs setting sights on state crowns
Both teams seek district titles tonight that would ensure a regional quarterfinal game at home.
Gators' Poyssick has not found sport she didn't like
LAND O'LAKES -- Casie Possyick is not too discriminating when it comes to her affections.
Ridgewood, Springstead renew 'chess game' today
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Forgive Ridgewood coach Glenn Cable if he's a bit distracted. It's Wednesday night and the West Wing is on TV.
Popular teen groups will 'Rally by the River'
LFO and PYT, both young bands that have opened for Britney Spears, headline the event.
Mayor playing a different role
Crystal River's Curtis Rich will star as the grumpy Norman Thayer in a production of On Golden Pond.
Former employee files suit against Dillard's
The lawsuit says the store's delays in approving surgery to treat a job-related injury made the injury worse.