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MSD Safety Commission, Legislators Seek Law Covering Verbal Shooting Threats

Under current Florida law, a deranged person can tell people about a plan to commit a mass shooting and not be arrested, if the threat is not written down. However, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Public Safety Commission, which is reviewing ways to improve school safety after last year’s Parkland shooting, has joined with Republican State […]

Surveillance Video Shows Naked Man Taking American Flag from Delray Yacht

A South Florida man is in trouble for committing a crime, but it’s his appearance at the time that really caught law enforcement and neighbors by surprise. Surveillance video posted by a company called Delray Yacht Cruises shows a completely naked man trespassing onto the Lady Atlantic and Lady Delray in the early morning hours […]

Florida AG Moody Launches Investigation of Vaping Industry

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced on Wednesday that her office is launching an investigation into more than 20 companies that market and sell electronic cigarettes. Moody says in a video, “It’s illegal under Florida law to sell these products to anyone under 18, yet vaping among our youth is out of control.” Her office […]

Teens Arrested After Snapchat Video Shows Them with Guns in Publix Restroom

Three teenagers were arrested on Tuesday at a Publix store near Tampa, after a social media video allegedly showed them with guns in the supermarket’s restroom. Officials say it happened at the store located at 5400 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. in Wesley Chapel, which is in Pasco County. Law enforcement quickly converged on the trio […]

DeSantis Introduces Legislation to Stop Toxic Algae, Sewage Spills

Governor Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday a new clean water legislative package that will work to stop toxic blue-green algae, while imposing substantial fines for sewage spills that occur from old infrastructure. In discussing the plan during a visit in Jupiter, DeSantis said, “We’ve seen the consequences of sewage being strewn into places like down […]

West Palm Beach sailor celebrates U.S. Navy’s 244th birthday

The U.S. Navy celebrated its 244th birthday on Sunday which was established on October 13, 1775. U.S. Navy Boatswain Mate Seaman Roseny Joseph who is from West Palm Beach was photographed celebrating aboard the “amphibious transport dock ship USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26).” In the photo above, she is seen cutting a ceremonial birthday cake […]

New bill would allow FL students to take days off school for mental health

A newly introduced bill would allow students to take time off from school for mental health reasons. House Bill 315, introduced by Representative Susan Valdes, would give individual school districts across the state the flexibility to include mental health as a reason for an excused absence. Under the bill, students would be able to use […]

GM, UAW reach tentative agreement to end strike

General Motors and United Auto Workers have reportedly reached an agreement to end a strike. The deal on a four-year agreement comes on day 31 of a strike that has kept tens of thousands of workers from their jobs and cost the company millions. The union said the strike would continue until its UAW GM […]

Pence and Pompeo May Get Cold Shoulder in Turkey

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan says he won’t meet with Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo when they arrive in Turkey later today. Pence and Pompeo are scheduled to leave for Ankara this afternoon to discuss a potential ceasefire in Syria. Erdogan says he will only speak with President Trump about the […]

Rare “Sunny” Yellow Cardinal Spotted in Port St. Lucie

A rare sunny yellow cardinal has been spotted on the Treasure Coast. Usually cardinals are a bright red color, at least the males. But, Tracy Workman of Port St. Lucie made the “one in a million” find recently, discovering a rare yellow cardinal outside her home. Audubon of Martin County President John Nelson says a […]