Top Headlines: Cop Arrested, Hacienda Gets Cleaned Up and Florida’s Sexual Health
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The historic Hacienda hotel is a downtown New Port Richey treasure. Residents care about it so much, they flocked to help clean up the site last weekend.
Someone saw Amanda Pinkston, 32, “going in and out of consciousness” at a Denny’s in the New Port Richey area on Sunday, according to a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office arrest report.
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Pasco deputies are throwing their weight around, making big gains—and losses—in the process.
The sheriff's office recently launched a new health and fitness initiative for deputies and staff, which benefits both the participants and the public, Sheriff Chris Nocco said.
"This is part of how we're building up our agency," Nocco said. "The healthier we are, the more productive we'll be."
A new study attempts to rank the sexual health of every state in the nation and Washington, D.C, while gauging how social issues and state law affect sexual health.
New Port Richey Police Officer John Nohejl was arrested in Hernando County Friday. He was already on administrative leave from the city agency, under investigation for on-duty misconduct.