• Man Beaten Twice in Same Day Before Suspect Captured

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    Published August 4, 2015 7:12 pm SPRING HILL – A man’s jealousy got the best of him Saturday, after he says his girlfriend and another man were “being too friendly.” Now he’s facing several charges for beating the suspected suitor, not once, but twice in the same day.

    Man Beaten Twice in Same Day Before Suspect Captured

  • Early Morning Shooting Sends Man to Trauma Center

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    Published August 4, 2015 10:54 am SPRING HILL – Officials are reporting an early morning shooting that injured one person at a residence on Landover Blvd.

    Early Morning Shooting Sends Man to Trauma Center

  • Man Barricaded Inside Home Taken Into Custody – Two Children Unharmed

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    Published August 3, 2015 8:19 pm SPRING HILL – Around 6:00 PM this evening, deputies responded to a residence at the 11000 block of LaGorce Ave, after reports of a possible suicide threat.

    Man Barricaded Inside Home Taken Into Custody – Two Children Unharmed

  • Rain and High Tides Close Coastal Roadways – Flood Watch Continues

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    Published August 3, 2015 10:08 am HERNANDO – A flood watch remains in effect until 4:00 PM today, as heavy rains continue to pour down across the Nature Coast.

    Rain and High Tides Close Coastal Roadways – Flood Watch Continues

  • High Tides and Heavy Rains Close Pine Island Drive

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    Published August 1, 2015 5:31 pm WEEKI WACHEE – Heavy rains combined with a high tide forced the closing of Pine Island Drive this afternoon, leaving residence without access to the island for several hours.

    High Tides and Heavy Rains Close Pine Island Drive

  • Two Detention Deputies Fired for Having “Inappropriate Contact” with Inmates

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    Published July 31, 2015 5:05 pm BROOKSVILLE – According to Hernando County Sheriff’s Office Spokesperson Denise Moloney, two county detention deputies have been terminated for policy violations.

    Two Detention Deputies Fired for Having “Inappropriate Contact” with Inmates

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