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Susan Davidson, 60, with her grandchildren Amelia Bader, 4, and Andrew Bader, 2, tried to keep a carjacker out of her minivan by spraying him with gasoline.WTSP

Pasco grandmother recounts carjacking

HUDSON — Susan Davidson is just thankful her grandchildren are all right. They were buckled in the back seats of a minivan Davidson was fueling when a man carjacked the vehicle Sunday night, taking the kids and leaving the grandmother in shock at the gas pump. "I was in total panic," Davidson, 60, said Tuesday at h …

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  1. Pasco grandmother recounts carjacking

    Crime

    HUDSON — Susan Davidson is just thankful her grandchildren are all right.

    Susan Davidson, 60, with her grandchildren Amelia Bader, 4, and Andrew Bader, 2, tried to keep a carjacker out of her minivan by spraying him with gasoline.
  2. Wesley Chapel company distributes digital music around the world

    Business

    WESLEY CHAPEL

    Ten people who work in a small business park 20 miles north of Tampa are part of the future of the music industry.

    Former DJ Jorge Brea, 30, started Symphonic Distribution in ’06 after he had trouble getting his music out. The company has more than 4,000 clients.
  3. A year later, unsolved killing troubles family of Bill Shuler

    Crime

    Dan Shuler last spoke with his father a year ago this past Monday.

    Authorities so far cannot locate Tony Maresca, who was to meet Bill Shuler for a coin deal.
  4. Joining Hands Mission Church seeks larger site to serve those in need

    Human Interest

    HOLIDAY — The west Pasco mission that serves meals to the homeless and disadvantaged is itself in need of a new home.

    Joining Hands’ food program for the needy has outgrown its meeting hall at Metropolitan Ministries-Pasco in Holiday.
  5. Bowen: Trash debate colored by indifference to residents

    Local Government

    The county attorney called it the F word.

    He was joking. Sort of.

  6. Top twins: Jake and John Wahl finish No. 1 and No. 2 among Bishop McLaughlin grads

    K12

    SPRING HILL

    Neck and neck is a road most traveled for Jake and John Wahl, 17, a somewhat reserved yet affable set of identical twins who are gracious about fielding the typical questions that people ask them.

    Jake, right, is valedictorian and John is salutatorian for the class of 2015 at Bishop McLaughlin Catholic High School. The competitive brothers are headed to Florida State University in the fall, but will not room together.
  7. Things to do in Pasco and Hernando: 'Seussical,' a magic show and more

    Events

    Musically inclined

    Rock this: Rock the Park V, a music fest, will feature live music by nine bands including Daybreak Embrace, Area 52 and Dropshot starting at 6 p.m. today and 2 p.m. Saturday at Sims Park, 6341 Bank St., New Port Richey. Food and drinks will be available for sale and 98Rock will …