Fireworks may have sparked a mobile home fire in Brooksville Saturday night, according to Hernando County Fire and Emergency Services.
The head of the NAACP in Hernando County is pledging to start a movement to get Hernando County's monument to Confederate soldiers removed.
Despite a mostly peaceful protest in Brooksville Friday, deputies made an arrest after they say a man tried to “incite an altercation” as the crowd began to disperse.
Two men were seriously injured Saturday morning after crashing into an RV park in Hernando County.
Deputies say two of the newest members of the Hernando County Sheriff's Office narcotics unit made their first bust this week.
Deputies arrested Edward Spear and Miranda Grieves after investigating a tip related to a burglary at the Humane Society of the Nature Coast.
A convicted sex offender is on the run after allegedly being involved in a domestic battery incident, according to the Hernando County Sheriff's Office.
Four sewing machines and numerous supplies were donated to the detention center to make the face masks.
A 52-year-old Brooksville woman was hospitalized Saturday night after sparking a grease fire in her kitchen, according to Hernando County Fire Rescue.
Hernando County Sheriff's Animal Enforcement Officers (AEO) seized 20 Husky mixes from a Brooksville home on Wednesday.
After 35 years of incarceration, 29 of which were spent on death row, Pau Hildwin was released from the Hernando County Detention Center in Brooksville, Florida, on March 9.
The Hernando County Sheriff's Office says a missing teenager has been found safe.
Through ambition and hard work, Barbara Manzi broke the glass ceiling in the industry of distributing raw metals. In honor of African American Heritage, this trailblazer is what's right with Tampa Bay.
A Hernando County deputy shot and killed a man in the Silverthorn subdivision in Spring Hill on Saturday afternoon.
A mobile home in Brooksville was gutted and scorched after a fire broke out Monday morning.
If you ask George Treanor, his dog Toby was a danger, but because the dog never actually bit anyone, animal services would not accept Toby as an owner surrender and a veterinarian would not put him down.
A mobile home in Brooksville is no longer livable after flames broke out Tuesday night.
The Northbound lanes of I-75 were shut down early Friday morning after the driver of a semi-trailer fell asleep and the vehicle hit the median, rolled onto its side and caught fire, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
A scorched semi-truck was removed from a major highway following a traffic crash.
Hernando County deputies are searching for two armed suspects who invaded a Brooksville home, they said.