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BROOKSVILLE - Red-light camera opponents since last year have been collecting petitions in hopes of getting a referendum on the November ballot.
BROOKSVILLE - High winds damaged several mobile homes in Hernando County on Friday afternoon.
BROOKSVILLE - Hours after the Hernando County School Board discusses the maintenance problems plaguing Westside Elementary School, parents, staff and students filed in to let school board members know how important it wa...
BROOKSVILLE - A jury found Kyle Chunn guilty on five charges on Tuesday that included fleeing or attempting to elude law enforcement and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer.
BROOKSVILLE - Kyle Chunn, 23, rejected a plea offer from the state that would send him to prison for 20 years.
BROOKSVILLE - Al Svoboda recalls with excitement, even a hint of amazement, the time he was climbing a North Carolina mountain and a poem came to him.
BROOKSVILLE - A roof at Westside Elementary School could close the school for up to two years while repairs are made, and students might need to be relocated in the process.
HERNANDO COUNTY - After four days of searching for a missing pilot in the Withlacoochee State Forest, the Hernando County Sheriff's Office took over as lead agency in the effort Friday.
BROOKSVILLE - Last year, 259 children in Hernando County were placed in out-of-home care after being abused, neglected or abandoned.
BROOKSVILLE - A man who attempted to set his sleeping ex-girlfriend on fire in June has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.
BROOKSVILLE - Space is a precious commodity at the Brooksville Cemetery. On Monday night, City Council ...
BROOKSVILLE - A 23-year-old Hudson woman was killed Sunday after being thrown from a four-wheeler at Whitehurst Pond in Brooksville, deputies said.
BROOKSVILLE - Hernando streets were a sea of teal on Friday as participants in the 2014 "Walk in My Shoes" traveled 20 miles across the county to raise awareness of child sexual abuse and assault.
BROOKSVILLE - Joseph Berrios, a former Nature Coast Technical high school student and football standout, was sentenced to two years house arrest by Judge Stephen Toner Thursday afternoon.
BROOKSVILLE - Bells will not be ringing earlier in the morning and later in the afternoon at Hernando County elementary schools in the coming school year.
BROOKSVILLE - After months of negotiations, the school district and teachers union have agreed on a contract.
BROOKSVILLE - For the fifth year in a row, Hernando County has slipped in health rankings, according to a report released last week by the
BROOKSVILLE - When Dr. Lisa Centonze opened Jigsaw's cage on Wednesday afternoon, the three-legged, long-haired cat hopped over to her, and started purring as soon as he got into her arms.
BROOKSVILLE - "Moral Monday" didn't start out with a bang, but that won't keep local government watchdogs from coming back.
BROOKSVILLE - This time last year, Gary Wilson stood in an empty lot between Patricia's Boutique and the First United Methodist Church of Brooksville ...
BROOKSVILLE - Jurors in Brett Hattenbrun's murder trial last week heard exactly what was said during his lengthy interviews with law enforcement officials.
BROOKSVILLE - Jurors in the murder trial of Brett Hattenbrum heard from detectives this week who said the defendant attacked them with a fire bomb and nail gun as they served a search warrant at his home. They also heard...
BROOKSVILLE - Over the past 10 years in Hernando County, there have been no verified human trafficking cases reported in the county.
BROOKSVILLE - Brooksville City Council members selected three design plans aimed at making the downtown corridor more inviting to residents and visitors.
BROOKSVILLE - Chad Hattenbrun started choking up on the stand when Assistant State Attorney Bill Catto asked how he and his late wife, Joey Lynn Hattenbrun, were working on their marriage before her 2011 murder.
BROOKSVILLE - On Saturday morning in Tom Varn Park, mixed media artist Gina Fote puts finishing touches on her booth.
BROOKSVILLE - For the past five years, Lauren Book has walked thousands of miles across the Sunshine State to raise awareness for child sexual abuse and sexual assault.
SPRING HILL - Hernando deputies arrested a man Tuesday believed to have shot multiple rounds at a Dristol Avenue home on Monday night.
SPRING HILL - The Hernando County Sheriff's Office continues to look for two men who robbed a man at gunpoint in a Jiffy Store parking lot on Saturday afternoon.
BROOKSVILLE - More than 24 million people across the country will hear about the Florida Blueberry Festival in the coming weeks, said Festival Coordinator and City Ambassador Michael Heard during Monday's City Council me...
BROOKSVILLE - Judge Stephen Toner signed off on a plea agreement Friday morning that will send Joseph Michael Brannen to prison for eight years for setting the East Hernando Branch Library on fire last summer.
BROOKSVILLE - The future of Brooksville's red-light camera program will likely be up to three new council members elected later this year.
BROOKSVILLE - Hernando County has more important things to worry about than securing water for residents 40 years from now, Joe Wells says.
BROOKSVILLE - Richard Denard Harris, Nicholas Trammell and Robert Willoughby broke into a Masaryktown home on an August night in 2011.
BROOKSVILLE - Red-light cameras likely will be a primary topic when City Council members gather at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
BROOKSVILLE - A auction of the historic Rogers' Christmas House scheduled for noon Friday did not proceed as planned because no bidders showed up.
BROOKSVILLE - First quarter numbers are in for the fiscal year, and the city is showing some slight signs of improvement.
SPRING HILL - The Hernando County Sheriff's Office seized 17 marijuana plants and 27 pounds of processed marijuana at 9543 Century Drive on Wednesday afternoon.
BROOKSVILLE - Horses with the Hernando County Sheriff's Office mounted unit are trained to search the woods for missing people, control crowds, deter parking lot crime and march in formation.
BROOKSVILLE - For more than 30 years, the Hernando Historical Museum Association's Heritage Day has given residents a chance to experience 19th century life as many of the county's founders did.