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2 hrs ago | Bradenton.com
LAND O' LAKES -- It's been nearly two months since surveillance video showing a Pasco County school bus aide slapping an autistic child went public.
The Pasco County School District is finally emerging from a prolonged period of cutting budgets and limiting expansions of its academic offerings.
Mote Marine researchers study red tide bloom Mote Marine researchers take samples of red tide bloom Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1n8oTBL Researchers take water samples and gather data of an 80-mile stretch between Sarasota and the bloom's edge in Pasco County.
During a training session this summer, fifth-grade teacher Tina Colella came to a realization: Her teaching style relied too heavily on lecturing.
Sharon Sacco Slusser joined the Pasco County School District as a teacher in 2004.
City officials issued a scathing letter to railroad giant CSX Transportation after a crew abandoned a train, cutting off major intersections and setting off a public safety emergency for Dade City police.
"The Fault in Our Stars" writer John Green 's novels were recently challenged by parents in both Wisconsin and Florida.
A Pasco County elementary special needs teacher has been charged with driving under the influence and failing to stop at a red light after authorities say she caused an accident early Sunday morning.
Man, girlfriend arrested for guns, drugs The Pasco Sheriff's Office has made a major arrest involving a man for armed drug trafficking.
After three years of legal battles aimed at shutting down Blake Medical Center's trauma unit in Bradenton, the fight appears over, Blake officials said Monday.
Pasco-Hernando State College on July 17 fired its police academy's instructor coordinator whose complaints launched a recent Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigation.
TALLAHASSEE — Tough rules imposed by Florida’s insurer of last resort are slamming thousands, including a 97-year-old widow losing coverage entirely, but customers see hardball tactics for them and a relaxed attitude for globetrotting brass at state-run Citizens Property Insurance Corp. The company’s chairman paid back travel costs ... (more)
A four-month-old baby boy went flying out of his stroller on Saturday afternoon when a car hit the father and pushed the baby up and out into some bushes.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 04:27 am
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