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Slideshow: Latest from Pasco County
  • The sun rises Friday morning over Hudson. (Photo: Philip Kitchen, viewer)
  • The sky filled with the color pink for this sunset near Hudson's Veterans Park in Pasco County.  (Courtesy:  John Panzarella, March 13, 2014)
  • Neighbors placed candles and balloons outside of the Sims family door in Dade City. Justin Sims, his 28-year-old wife Sharonda and their 5-year-old son Savion were killed in a crash in Polk City early Tuesday morning.
  • Neighbors of the Sims family gather for a vigil in Dade City. Justin Sims, his 28-year-old wife Sharonda and their 5-year-old son Savion were killed in a crash in Polk City early Tuesday morning.
  • Pasco officials are investigating fake diplomas issued by a home school group that is no longer certified.
  • Two people were killed and three children transported to a hospital when a church van from New Port Richey crashed in northern Florida. (Photo: FHP)
  • David Prater said his family hopes someone comes forward with information about the driver of the vehicle that hit and killed his brother, Cody, last August.
  • A brush fire has burned at least 20 acres in the north end of Starkey Park in Hudson
  • Deputies responded to a shooting on Monday, Feb. 17 at the West Coast Spine and Injury Center, located 1817 U.S. 19 in Holiday. (Photo: Barry Short, staff)
  • Saturday's sunset from Robert Rees Park in New Port Richey. (Photo: JoAnne Van Valin Garcia, Facebook)
  • Zoo keepers set up a special Valentine's Day night for two jaguars at Dade City's Wild Things.
  • After nearly nine years of planning and plenty of push by Pasco County Commissioner Jack Mariano, the county broke ground at Sunwest Park.
  • Moises Cruz, 70, was arrested Wednesday in Wesley Chapel. Investigators said he was the organizer of a major cockfighting ring in New York. (Photo: Pasco County Sheriff's Office)
  • Parts of Pasco County saw heavy rains on Wednesday, Feb. 12 as a result of a line of strong storms that moved through the Bay area.
  • Clouds from a fast-moving line of storms moves over Land O' Lakes on Feb. 12, bringing with it strong winds and heavy rains. (Photo: Amanda Burbank-Oates, viewer)
  • Stormy clouds arrived in Holiday, just ahead of the evening commute. A string of strong storms moved through the Bay area on Feb. 12.  (Photo: Lea Spangler, viewer)
  • This light pink stucco home, right along the Cotee River in New Port Richey, used to belong to Shirley Temple's aunt and as a child, the actress spent time living there, according to a local boat captain.
  • Will Baddgor said he was sleeping when he heard his dog, Trooper, start scratching and barking outside his door. When he opened the door, he saw his living room was engulfed in flame.
  • The fire broke out in a single-wide mobile home in Port Richey's Holiday Mobile Home Park on the morning of Saturday, Feb. 8.
  • A German shepherd named Trooper is being credited with saving her owner's life after fire broke out in a Holiday mobile home Saturday morning. (Photo: Port Richey Police Department)
  • Officials said a depression opened up Feb. 9 in the 1500 block of Sentinel Street in Holiday between two houses.
  • A group of nearly 1000 motorcyclists rallied to help raise money for the family of Chad Oulson. Oulson was shot and killed after an altercation over texting at a Wesley Chapel Movie theater. He leaves behind a wife and a daughter.
  • A homeowner holds up photos of a home damaged by the floods of 2012. Money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is allowing Pasco County to buy 15 homes and demolish them.
  • Surveillance video shows the moments just before the shooting at a Wesley Chapel movie theater which were shown in court on Friday.
  • Former Tampa Police captain Curtis Reeves, Jr., sits beside his defense attorney Richard Escobar, right, during  his bond reduction hearing before Circuit Judge Pat Siracusa at the Robert D. Sumner Judicial Center in Dade City Wednesday. Reeves is suspected of fatally shooting Chad Oulson, 43, and wounding his wife, Nicole, 33. Deputies say Reeves shot Oulson during an argument over texting before a movie at the Cobb Grove 16 theater near Interstate 75 in Wesley Chapel. (Dade City, FL, Feb. 5, 2014)
  • Nicole Oulson breaks down as she listens to testimony about her husband Chad's final moments as he was assisted by a registered nurse after being shot in a Wesley Chapel theater. The testimony came during a  bond reduction hearing for his accused killer before Circuit Judge Pat Siracusa at the Robert D. Sumner Judicial Center in Dade City Wednesday. Former Tampa Police captain Curtis Reeves, Jr., is suspected of fatally shooting Chad Oulson, 43, and wounding his wife, Nicole, 33. Deputies say Reeves shot Oulson during an argument over texting before a movie at the Cobb Grove 16 theater near Interstate 75 in Wesley Chapel. At left is Oulson's attorney, TJ Grimaldi. (AP Photo/Brendan Fitterer/pool photo)
  • Curtis Reeves, 71, is charged with second-degree murder in the killing of 43-year-old Chad Oulson. Reeves pleaded not guilty Wednesday in a Pasco County courtroom.
  • Nicole Oulson listens during the Feb. 7 bond hearing for Curtis Reeves, who is accused of shooting and killing her husband, Chad, during an argument in a Wesley Chapel movie theater.
  • New Port Richey Police Chief Kim Bogart said a new ordinance aimed at curbing disturbances and criminal activity by fining property owners will help the community.
  • Curtis Reeves (left), 71, is charged with second-degree murder in the killing of 43-year-old Chad Oulson. Reeves pleaded not guilty Wednesday in a Pasco County courtroom. (Photo courtesy Tampa Bay Times)
  • Garrett Bruce was arrested without incident on Wednesday, Feb. 5, and booked at the Fort Green Sheriff's Office. Bruce was scheduled to go to trial on a DUI manslaughter charge when he and his family vanished.
  • Nicole Oulson, with her young daughter, Lexi, watched as motocross riders paid tribute to her late husband, Chad, Saturday at East Bay Supercross.
  • Chad Oulson's dirt bike was displayed during a fundraiser for his wife and daughter Saturday, Jan. 25, at East Bay Supercross. Oulson was fatally shot by a retired Tampa police captain at Wesley Chapel movie theater.
  • Nicole Oulson thanked the public for their thoughts and prayers during a press conference on Jan. 22. She said she and her family are trying to deal with their grief.
  • Nicole Oulson views a photo of her late husband, Chad, walking with their daughter, Alexis. A retired Tampa police captain is charged with fatally shooting Chad Oulson. (Photo: Courtesy Tampa Bay Times)
  • A strong gust of wind in Zephyrhills knocked over fireworks tent near the intersection of State Road 54 and Allen Road. Luckily no one was injured. (PHOTO: Pasco County Sheriff's Office)
  • Marine Corp. Justin Gaertner, right, who lost both legs in Afghanistan, was given a new home that can accommodate his disabilities.
  • The non-profit is closing its doors, but it has nothing to do with the economy. Instead, the group said they have accomplished what they set out to do - help build up the city into what it is today.
  • Teen vandalism to Gulf High School.
  • Teen vandalism to Gulf High School.
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