Vehicle burglaries on rise in Sugarmill Woods

Vehicle burglaries are on the rise in Sugarmill Woods. The Sheriff's Office says residents should lock their doors and remove valuable items, too.

The Citrus County Sheriff's Office's Westside patrol units worked six vehicle burglaries on Wednesday night in the Sugarmill Woods area -- more specifically, on Dogwood Drive and Golfview Court.

The Sheriff's Office reminds residents that while the neighborhood sleeps, the suspects have been walking from house to house checking door handles and looking inside vehicles for any valuables that are in plain view.

The Sheriff's Office asks residents to not be an easy target, and to remember to take valuables out of their cars -- and to lock their doors.

Learn how to build healthy relationships

UF/IFAS Extension Citrus County is pleased to offer two different educational series to help you improve your relationships. 
 
SMART Couples Florida classes are designed to teach you how to communicate needs, listen to the needs of others, successfully resolve conflict, and maintain happy and healthy relationships with everyone in your life.

TOP VIDEO: Accused killer disses judge at first appearance

A suspect in a Fla. police officer's slaying at a Walmart in Orlando, Markeith Loyd, directed expletive-laced outbursts at a judge during his initial hearing Thursday on charges that he also killed his pregnant ex-girlfriend and her unborn child. (Jan. 19)

Markers installed at Hells Gate in Homosassa

Citrus County has been working closely with the United States Coast Guard for the past several months to improve the navigational waterways of the Homosassa River.

One of the improvements suggested was to install “informational” markers at Hells Gate notifying boaters of the narrow channel ahead.

On Wednesday, Citrus County completed the installation of these “informational” markers. New pilings and signs were installed on both ends of Hells Gate to notify boaters of the narrow channel ahead.

Duke Energy, Feds resolve Auburndale power plant lawsuit

Osprey Energy Center, Auburndale, Fla. PHOTO: Duke Energy.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Duke Energy and the U.S. government today reached a settlement to resolve a government lawsuit that alleged Duke Energy committed a technical violation of federal antitrust law related to its recently completed acquisition of a Florida power plant.

Duke Energy admits no wrongdoing or liability as part of the settlement, but agrees to pay a $600,000 civil penalty to settle the case and avoid the costs and uncertainties of continued litigation.

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