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Hometown Pasco for Dec. 4

We need your news! Hometown publishes Wednesdays and Sundays with your good news. Tell us about your club or thank someone for a job well done. Keep it under 100 words. E-mail photos in JPEG format. Contact Hometown news coordinator Gail Diederich at gdiederich@tampabay.com; by phone at (813) 909-4600, ext. 4660; by fax at (727) 869-6233 or (813) 909-4611, or mail Pasco Times, 11321 U.S. 19, Port Richey, FL 34668, or at 26240 Golden Maple Loop, Wesley Chapel, FL 33543.

Hometown Pasco for Dec. 4 12/02/13 [Last modified: Monday, December 2, 2013 5:28pm]
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  1. Shell of Old GM Surfaces in Court Fight Over Ignition Flaw

    Autos

    DETROIT — For eight years, the shell of prebankruptcy General Motors has lingered on in the form of "old GM" — first as a corporate entity and now as an obscure trust designed to settle debts and claims left over from the company's huge financial collapse.

  2. Bucs' Mike Evans motivated by deep ball that got away

    Bucs

    JACKSONVILLE — Bucs receiver Mike Evans had an efficient half of football Thursday night, with six ball thrown his way and five catches for 57 yards in Tampa Bay's 12-8 preseason win over the Jaguars.

    Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans (13) reaches for a pass as cornerback Ryan Smith (29) defends during training camp earlier this month at One Buccaneer Place in Tampa. [LOREN ELLIOTT   |   Times]
  3. Gerald McCoy: Bucs defense wanted to 'set the tone' vs. Jaguars

    Bucs

    JACKSONVILLE — The Bucs' starting defense held the Jaguars to a total of 1 rushing yard on 7 carries in the first half of Thursday's 12-8 win.

    And they were disappointed.

    Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, right, watches practice alongside outside linebacker Lavonte David, left, earlier this month in Tampa. [LOREN ELLIOTT   |   Times]
  4. City bus crashes into South Tampa office building

    Accidents

    TAMPA — A city bus veered off the road and crashed into a South Tampa office building on Friday morning.

    A city bus veered off the road and crashed into a South Tampa office at 2503 W Swann Avenue on Aug. 8, 2017. [10News WTSP]
  5. Andrew Gillum saw the sights in NYC with suspected undercover FBI

    Blogs

    WCTV reports:

    Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum is speaking out after a new photo has surfaced showing him in New York City with an alleged FBI agent.