||Dad: Silent killer took girl's life
[Photo courtesy of Goldman family]
Arterio-venous malformation, which caused a brain hemorrhage in Ariel Goldman, is rare and hard to detect.
Adam's song was brief, tragic -- but inspirational
...and it is love that turns the spiral star to show us all what we truly are
Another trial requested for murderer
A Spring Hill man was convicted in a 1999 shooting. A hearing on his attorney's demand for a new trial is scheduled for July 13, the same day he is scheduled to be sentenced.
Tech firms see county as good option
At least two small technology companies are looking at Pasco, and a third is planning to move in from Oldsmar.
Water plan has become a disaster for county
Editor: Please don't put all of Pasco County residents in the same bag. It is not my fault or that of others that we cannot control politicians or government staff.
Child protection is a work in progress
Three years ago, top law officers said they wanted responsibility for child abuse investigations. Pasco's sheriff promised to do a better job protecting kids and pledged zero tolerance for the type of system breakdowns that had given a black eye to the state social services agency.
Police seek suspect who hit police car
Mistrial declared in sex crimes case
NEW PORT RICHEY -- A judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the case of a 46-year-old Moon Lake man accused of multiple sex crimes involving teenage victims.
Foot-stomping blues band to take the field
The North Mississippi Allstars, well-regarded by both Rolling Stone and Billboard, bring their hill-country sound to the Bourbon Street Concert Club.
In harmony, forever
The '50s tunes in Forever Plaid fill theatergoers with nostalgia. It's no wonder it's the most requested show at the Show Palace Dinner Theatre.
Newsome kicks through barriers
Pasco's Amanda Newsome is having no trouble fitting in on the Pirates football team.
Royal Knight enjoys lifting in the spotlight
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Mike Tubolino has gotten used to the pressure.
Athleticism helped Gator win big
LAND O'LAKES -- Kara Garcia never gave weightlifting a second thought. She was busy enough with cheerleading, dance and track during her first three years at Land O'Lakes.