1. A man died saving two children who were swept away by a current Sunday at Anclote River Park, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office.
  2. Crowds filter through the rotunda at the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee, where lawmakers made school vouchers a priority during the 2023 legislative session. Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the voucher bill into law Monday at a ceremony in Miami.
  3. There have been at least 16 fatalities and 1,540 injuries from crashes in Pasco County since the start of the year, according to estimates from Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles published in mid March.
  4. Product Manager Trang Nguyen assembles and tests controllers at her work station inside of FACTS Engineering on Thursday, March 16, 2023 in New Port Richey.
  5. Tammy Heilman, Sheila Smith, Rio Wojtecki, Lorenzo Gary and Dalanea Taylor were among those targeted by the Pasco County Sheriff's Office under its intelligence program.
  6. This Fort Myers Beach fire station was destroyed by Hurricane Ian. Several West Pasco stations would face that same fate if an Ian-like storm hit Pasco directly, according to the county's Emergency Management Director Andrew Fossa.
  7. Joseph Ladapo speaks during a news conference at the Don Soffer Clinical Research Center at the University of Miami on Tuesday, May 17, 2022.
  8. Mar. 22• Breaking News
    One person was killed early Wednesday in a mobile home fire in Zephyrhills, according to Pasco County Fire Rescue.
  9. The Florida Department of Law enforcement is investigating a shooting in Trinity on Tuesday in which a Pasco County deputy shot a man who had threatened suicide.
  10. You'll find more than books at the Clearwater Main Library. At the library's "Thingamabrary," people can check out board games, tools, telescopes, technical kits, art kits, jumper cables, video games and enjoy Wi-Fi hot spots.
  11. Water flows in Hillsborough County's Northwest Hillsborough Regional Reclaimed Water facility, Tuesday, March 15, 2022,  Tampa Bay Water approved an agreement Monday in which the county will inject the treated water underground to offset new water taken from an inland well to provide new drinking water to fast-growing southern Hillsborough County. TIMES.
  12. The 4G Ranch in Central Pasco is slated for a land use change that would potentially allow 3,800 residential units along with office and retail space.
  13. The exterior of the the Bonati Spine Institute is seen Friday, March 17, 2023 in Hudson. The surgical center at the institute has been shut down after Florida health care regulators suspended the center’s license.
  14. This photograph provided by the Pasco County Sheriff's Office shows a Nike shoe that was found with a set of bones Monday in Hudson.
  15. Overgrown vegetation spills into the parking lot outside the former Sears store which remains vacant and in a state of disrepair at Gulfview Square Mall in western Pasco County. The Pasco County Planning Commission approved zoning that would allow it to be turned into a multifamily housing complex.
  16. District 1 Pasco County School Board member Al Hernandez attends a board meeting on Jan. 3 in Land O' Lakes. Last year's court challenges over where he lives have given rise to new legislation.
  17. Tron Lightcycle Run, the long-awaited ride at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, will open to the public April 4.
  18. Florida high school students have had to complete an online course as a graduation requirement for years. The requirement went into effect for students entering ninth grade in 2011.
  19. Brad Thorne, 33, was arrested Thursday and faces a manslaughter charge in connection to the death of his 9-year-old son, according to court records.
  20. A scallop from the first scalloping mini season in Pasco County in 25 years on Friday, July 27, 2018 in New Port Richey, FL.
  21. Billl Bakaitis, 82, and his partner Claudia Ansorge, 78, enjoy their breakfast as they share a park bench at Lassing Park Tuesday, in St. Petersburg. The couple is visiting St. Petersburg from the Hudson Valley area in New York. “We picked the perfect time to vacate and come down here. They have two feet of snow. Everything up there is shut down,” Bakaitis said. “And St. Pete is open,” Ansorge replied.
  22. A 58-year-old Wesley Chapel grandmother hit her 2-year-old grandson with her SUV while backing up to help a stranded motorist Friday, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
  23. Student activist Kaylee Sandell speaks at a news conference at the Florida Capitol, hosted by Equality Florida, AIDS Healthcare Foundation and the Human Rights Campaign on Feb. 15, 2022, in Tallahassee.
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