Wednesday, Sep 03, 2014
Brooksville rampage victims were shot in head, neck, autopsies reveal

Autopsies conducted on three of the four victims in Friday’s shooting rampage in Brooksville found that they died from gunshot wounds to the head and neck, according to a release from the...

Brooksville man holds ex’s dog for $30 ransom, police say
Library card holders can now stream movies and television shows for free over the Internet. FILE
Hernando libraries offer free streaming movies
Royal Bengal tigers, Siberian white tigers and Asian and African elephants are among the animals that are part of the Loomis Bros Circus.  LOOMIS BROS. CIRCUS
Loomis Bros. Circus comes to Brooksville

News

Brooksville rampage victims were shot in head, neck, autopsies reveal
Brooksville man holds ex’s dog for $30 ransom, police say
Brooksville police search for motive in slayings

Sports

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Opinion

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Health

LeBlanc: Helping loved ones adapt to home care
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Loomis Bros. Circus comes to Brooksville
Hernando libraries offer free streaming movies
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