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"pasco county school" Discussed on Florida Matters

Florida Matters

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Florida Matters

"We heard from other deputies that they would go out and essentially look for reasons to give tickets to people who were on the list Again kind of as part of that whole we're going to be hyper hyper aggressive. It you make this list. And that was when people who were targeted in their family members and neighbors really started to raise questions about the style of policing and a number of juveniles under the age of eighteen have been targeted or ensnared in in this program and that is because the sheriff's office has been data information about students in the pasco county school system. How did pasco schools get involved with his intelligence police program. So here's the thing as it's been described to these are actually two different programs kind of the general intelligence led policing program with these prolific offenders as their term for people who wind up on the list and and we were ultimately able to obtain the list of prolific offenders. From the sheriff's office there were about thousand people on it and at least one in ten were kids. It was kind of hard for us to tell who was a juvenile when they were targeted because the sheriff's office didn't tell us when people were added to the list so we just tied the names of everybody who had ever been novelist. And how will they are currently But we know that at least one in ten were eighteen years older younger also under the umbrella of this intelligence led policing effort. Was another program going on where the sheriff's office was actually mining data from the pasco county school district so they were looking at school grades looking at attendance records looking at student discipline on the kind of sucking that information up into a different algorithm and they were marrying it with information coming from the child welfare system that said if children have experienced traumatic events in their lives. I had parents who had substance abuse issues if they had been abused or neglected etcetera. We're using all of that information to create a separate list of school children who they thought were likely to become career criminals down the line. You know we really weren't able to figure out if there was any crossover between who were on the two lists if you will because we weren't able to obtain the list of of school children But it did raise some really interesting and important questions about why they were collecting that data whether it was legal for them to be collecting that data from the school district. And frankly how they were using it. So this just sounds like a sprawling enterprise for the pasco sheriff's office to be involved in. Because i imagine you've gotta have a whole apparatus of people who are gathering this data and analyzing it and then it filters down to officers on the beat who are expected to go out and check on these people and see if they're if they're engaging in criminal behavior. Yeah absolutely what. If one of the things that chris nocco sought to do when he became. Sheriff was to really make this concept of intelligence led policing as as pasco really developed to make that style of policing kind of the backbone of the entire agency so he applied for federal grant. Money to build up kind of intelligence led policing department if you will to higher analysts to by the computer equipment to really beef up the networks but then also to.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Florida Matters

Florida Matters

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Florida Matters

"One of the former deputies that we spoke to who was a leader in this program. He said his orders were not just to make continue contacts with these people to actually make their lives so miserable that they either felt like they needed to leave the county or they wanted to sue the agency for violating their rights. And what we've heard from numerous other people who were targeted was that deputies would show up at their homes in the middle of the surround their homes with squad. Cars shine flashlights into their windows. Wake them up kind of embarrassed them in front of their neighbors and simply because they were on a list or because somebody in their house was on the list would be subject to very aggressive. on top of the visits deputies would routinely give code enforcement citations to people who were on the list We spoke to one woman who ended up getting a number of tickets for having a chicken coop and her backyard for having a cement brick in her front yard after hurricane. You know when we heard from other deputies that they would go out and essentially look for reasons to give tickets to people who were on the list Again kind of as part of that whole we're going to be hyper hyper aggressive. It you make this list. And that was when people who were targeted in their family members and neighbors really started to raise questions about the style of policing and a number of juveniles people under the age of eighteen have been targeted or ensnared in this program and that is because the sheriff's office has being data or information about students in the pasco county school system. How did pasco schools get involved with his intelligence Police program. So here's the thing as it's been described to caesar actually two different programs kind of the general intelligence led policing program with these prolific offenders as their term for people who wind up on the list and and we were ultimately able to obtain the list of prolific offenders. From the sheriff's office there were about thousand people on it and at least one in ten were kids. It was kind of hard for us to tell who was a juvenile when they were targeted because the sheriff's office didn't tell us when people were added to the list so we just tied the names of everybody who had ever been novelist. And how will they are currently But we know that at least one in ten were eighteen years old or younger also under the umbrella of this intelligence led policing effort. There was another program calling on where the sheriff's office was actually mining data from the pasco county school district. So they were looking at school grades. It looking at attendance record several looking at student discipline on the kind of sucking that information up into a different algorithm and they were marrying it with information coming from the child welfare system at that said if.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That's the case, then why isn't the CDC saying no more masks? I trust the CDC before I trust governor to Santa's Tampa Mayor Jane Castor. Also not happy with the order, she issued a statement. Saying the best decisions are made by local officials who are closest to the health and welfare needs of the community's Hillsborough County Superintendent Addison Davis says masks will still be required through the end of the current academic year. It's the same in Polk, Penelas and manage the counties and Publix says customers will still be required to wear masks while in the store. There's a new agreement in place between the Pasco County School Board and the Sheriff's office regarding the sharing of student data. School resource officers will no longer have access to information, including individual grades, attendance and discipline as sorrows will also no longer have access to the district's early warning system. That identify students considered off track or at risk in a statement, Sheriff Chris Knock, Oh said the idea is to ease the anxieties of parents. Bosses for the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority could soon be driving on the shoulder. It's a pilot program involving the Department of Transportation and the Transit Authority and the first of its type in Florida. Your saddle work f dot will spend more than $4.5 million to widen and repave the shoulders along I 2 75 from Fifth Avenue to Gandy Boulevard. Crews will also add new signs, markings and traffic signals. Then, if travel speeds drop below 35 miles an hour on the interstate, the Busses will be able to get on the shoulder to avoid the slower traffic. AP dot says this will enhance reliable transit travel times between Penelas in Hillsboro project is set to begin next month. Reid SHEPHERD NEWS RADIO W F L. A deputy's in Polk County say they're looking for the driver of a white GMC pickup truck who backed into an 84 year old man. Haines City Convenience store on April 15th and then drove off surveillance video shows Travis Farley walking slowly through the parking lot when the truck backs into him. Then pulls out into traffic. Sheriff says the truck driver may not have realized he hit the man but had some pointed words for other people who saw the whole thing. And then did nothing This person has to drive around him. Did you hear me? They had to drive around him. But did they offer to go out and help the old man knew. Farley did not report the incident but is now said to be in serious condition. With self medical neglect. It's 605 and news radio. W F L A. This is a Bloomberg money minute Vaccines loom large as U. S companies ramp up plans to bring more workers back to the office and.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field, 31 to 26. To win the NFC championship. And unlike every other Super Bowl in the past, this one features home team the Bucks hosting at Raymond James Stadium. It will be the 10th Super Bowl for quarterback Tom Brady. It's a tough game had a few tough games in a row, and the next will be really tough, too. But we know what we're playing for, and we got two weeks to prepare. It would be a great opponent and you really exciting couple weeks for us. The box had a strong first half against the Packers, and the defense kept Green Bay from making the most of three interceptions from Brady. Face the Kansas City Chiefs who beat Buffalo 38 to 24 for the A F. C title. Game Day is Sunday, February 7th at 6 30. There will be extra police presence at a Pasco County school after a violent weekend. Two teenagers are charged with attempted murder for a drive by shooting on Saturday in the lake pageant estates that her two other teams Deputies identified. The suspects is 18 year old Land O Lakes, high school student charm, Eel Vincent and Hillsborough County Teenager Okies Suria. The victims are expected to slot survive. Deputies say they knew the alleged shooters through school. Man arrested on charges of killing A sheriff's deputy wants to be set free. Hillsborough prosecutors plan to ask a judge to keep Travis Garrett in jail. State Attorney Andrew Warren says his team hasn't determined whether to ask for the death penalty. We have to establish that he should be detained pending trial, and at that point we will turn to the decision of whether death penalty is appropriate, Lauren says. Garrett killed Sergeant Brian Levine by deliberately ramming his patrol car two weeks ago. While running from the law, Levine was about to retire. After 30 years as a deputy Gordon Byrd NEWS radio. W F L A Some Florida SNOWBIRDS AIR Having trouble getting Cove it 19 vaccines because they can't prove their state residency. Full time job now between my wife's chemo appointments down here and all that stuff, and then we come back and do that. It's like I'm back to work. Roy Shrinky speaking to wink TV and four Meyers. The state implemented a residency requirement last week to limit so called vaccine tourism people who travel to Florida just to get inoculated. Seasonal residents who don't have a Florida driver's license can use a rental agreement to show where they live. No more closings for the corona virus or any future pandemic. Republican State Senator Danny Burgess says Florida can't afford the blow to the economy. We absolutely in no circumstance should go back to where we were before we shut down our economy. Burgess heads of State Senate Committee on the pandemic, He echoes the position of governor, two sadists who has said throughout the pandemic. Lockdowns Don't work technicians.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Well, let's say the next four or five hours. Well, basically dies, just hunkering down and staying indoors. You know, no one should be going outdoors at this point. Especially now, with the wind, really starting to pick up. Somebody is more severe squall lines moving through Central Pascoe. Heavy rain. Pasco County schools cancelled school for tomorrow. So that obviously was a good bull. Just keep everyone inside and safe or at least the next 12 hours. Yeah, I'm looking at the radar right now. All the way from Indian rocks, Speech up Largo Clearwater done eating up to Tarpon Springs. Some significant weather some some serious weather heading your way are already there at this point, Seacrest thanks so much for taking a couple of minutes to talk to us this evening. Good luck. Tomorrow morning tea crabs from 95 3. W D a E with us here on Operation Storm Watch. Thanks again. Thanks to you. Guys, they they appreciate it. My body. What you didn't know Ryan is that he's technically 7 ft five and he was actually the first person to know when it rained in Pasco County. That that that I wanted to ask him just to see that because T crabs. You you talk to him more than I do. He's tight with the raise people. I mean, raise. I mean, are they going to be able to hang on to Charlie Morton, and those will see that they're trying to keep together. Ah, world Siri's team we they didn't win. We want them to go back next year, and hopefully next year we'll be able to be in the stands. Toe. Watch it. It sounded like the Met's offered him a deal. I don't know if you heard that someone like the offered him about $8 million You made 15 year with the race, so That's a great deal for the Mets. If he takes our I don't expect him to leave the state of floor when it comes to spring training because he has his family down here, But, yeah, I mean, it's not an opportunity. I think it's almost one of those things where there's smoke. There's fire if he was going to stay with the raise. I think he would have already come out and said, Hey, I'm just going to stay with Reyes and hunker down here for another year, But he hasn't said that. So for me, kind of gives me the feeling that he's looking elsewhere. Don't the race have like eight guys come back from Tommy John surgery, so they'll have somebody to replace they do, But I think it's more of a you know as much as he brings on the field to with his leadership, Ryan, I think off the field as well. I mean, this is a better and this is a guy that it's more about quality. You know what he brings. He's just a quality human being such a good guy, so down Earth and such a calming influence for that raise team, so You're going to if they don't have him. They're going to miss a lot. Not just the things that he performs on the pitching rubber. Don't as much as I joked about the raise there like the last team I'm worried about. I mean, they just always seemed. They always do right that this guy was doing the best run baseball operation in the entire game. Alright, joining us now we have from our country station. Scotty Davis. Mom is on the line with us out my main Seminole and Indian Rocks. Beach that area. Scotty, What are things like? You guys were getting some pretty heavy weather right now, aren't you? Yeah, About 29 Mile an hour winds. It's gusty, and we're getting sideways Rain and my poles about ready just overflow. So I'm gonna have to hold up for the guy comes to clean tomorrow. You got to go. You got the guy all set to come clean it tomorrow. Can't you like on top Now? He comes in every Thursday. He comes every Thursday. My puck Sadie, she goes fricking crazy. So Scott and I wanted to. I wanted to ask you, Scotty. Real quick about your animals. B. I know you, man. You love your animals, my friend. And what kind of precautions to somebody like yourself living where you live? What kind of extra precautions do you take for your animals? Well, it's kind of funny because my first moved here I was on golf Boulevard was right by my mom was a mall lovers crazies, and then I moved up to 141st Street and then I moved a little bit further up, So I'm out of the flood. I don't have to worry about getting flooded out or getting evacuate. Usually You know some crazy girl, but we don't really take that money for cautions like my boy Pug. Gus is he's older and he started loses hearing. So the thunder win. So you know all those sounds. They don't bother him. And Josie, you finally said poor guy comes over. Makes my dog Sadie and Sadie passed away two years ago. Fine. I'm thinking about female punks. So the replacement was Josie and she's She doesn't care. She's on your lab. She's good, but you do have to take precautions. There are dogs freak out when you know the wind blows and thunder lightning that kind of stuff. I had a friend that had a dog that used to run through doors when that happened, so He should be careful. We're joined by us. One of three fives. Scotty Davis. Here on Operation Storm Watch. See the biggest thing for May. And I've been trying to figure this out now. How many operas can you Will Your dogs go out if it's raining because Stets increase staring me down right now. He wants to go outside, Okay, but he doesn't understand. There's a tropical storm out there. And the minute we get out there. He's not gonna like it. And this is gonna be a whole thing I got to deal with tonight. So I'm trying to. I'm ready to pop a Xanax just because I know what I'm about to go. Through with my dog, you know, not liking it when it's raining out there. What about do you just have like a back yard? You can let him go. If they go, they go. If not no big deal, or do you have to do the whole walking thing? First off. Let me tell you. You are not the only person in Florida right now Popping Xanax. Just take dog for my daughter's hand. Good. Um I should rephrase that. Gus. The older boy, he is good man. You take him out to him on the ground. He's like, Oh, son, we're gonna be okay. And he goes. You take Josie out. She's like I'm not getting anywhere. She didn't want to step out on the concrete. She wanted to do it. I got by that because I got to take him out by the pool. And then on the back the back gate. Get him in the art. I have to like it. We got these. We got this, Uh, like these concrete blocks that lead up into the that's also walk on in the yard. She's family walks on a little concrete walking area. She didn't like, get a ball, but she goes. It's just a pain in the ass. I'm out there getting Still drenched, trying to get her to pay that she's gotta people force goes about Ain't about Scotty. We've talked over the years. Just you're just one of the most down earth. None of the nice guys. I know you just talk about how the community kind of comes together during situations like this helping people out whether it's a flood or, you know somebody loses power or things like that to some of the stuff you experienced man. I know we've got to talk about it all fair a couple times, But through some of these tough times, Ah, lot of good comes out of it. Why, and you know the one thing that I'm glad you guys you brought that up because there's so many new people have moved to Florida. You know this little storm that we're getting right now this.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"77 degrees at news radio, double fella. A cheerleader at a high school in Pasco County claims she was forced in Neil during the national anthem against her Will. The school district says the entire cheerleading squad Anclote High School was kneeling. Except the one student who refused. She claims she was forced to get down on one knee news Channel Eight's Jeff Patterson has more Pasco County School District says it does not appear to be against school policy to take a knee. But physically forcing a student to do so is another matter, and that's why they are investigating to find out exactly what happened. The student has hired an attorney. The incident allegedly happened during a Friday night football game. Police in Haines City have charged a 26 year old man with bulldozing several Joe Biden campaign signs Police say James Blight stole a bulldozer from a construction site. Drove it into a nearby neighborhood, plowing over a number of the Biden signs and crushing fences to get to them. Former vice mayor Adam Burgess lives in the predominantly black community, he tells news Channel eight. He blames the rhetoric from the president emboldened bull that are racist and that are biased on that think that they're superior to other groups of people based on the color of this game flights charged with grand theft and trespassing on a construction site. It's the final push for the presidential candidates. As the clock continues ticking toward November, 3rd with the election just a week away. It's no surprise. Ivanka Trump will be stumping in Sarasota today. While Barack Obama appears in Orlando on Thursday. Joe Biden and rallies in Broward in Tampa State Elections office is reporting more than 2.6 Million Democrats in 2.2 million Republicans have either early voted in person or by mail. Robert Rodriguez with the Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections Office says at this rate, there may not be long lines at the polls next Tuesday. Expecting about a 22% voter turn out on Election Day itself. If there are lines covert 19 related for a sense of social decency. Lord is on track to exceed the combined total of male votes and early votes cast for the entire 2016 election When D. Grossman Miami, Ivanka Trump's appearances scheduled in Sarasota, Nathan Bender son Park at 1:30 P.m. doors open to supporters at noon for general admission. Tickets are available on the campaign website. Voter turnout is around 42%. So far they have weighed in early, either voting by mail or in person. That's a total of more than six million votes cast so far. Lieutenant governor, Jeanette Nunes, a Republican, says it's exciting to see the enthusiasm even if the polls show Joe Biden with a slight lead. I think this is going to be a fascinating fight to the finish. What I can tell you. Polls clearly have buying up most people. Do I have yet to see you know? Uh, maybe one or two pulls that say that President Trump is gonna win Florida. Early. Voting continues from seven AM until 7 p.m. daily until Sunday in most counties 22 people have been arrested. Three others have been identified as human trafficking victims. After a two day sting operation in ST Petersburg detectives set up at a local motel. And posted online ads for sex workers. Those who showed up for screen to see if they were potential victims, and they will go a social services counselors. Those arrested are now facing numerous charges. Lots of changes in Hillsboro schools this week as hundreds of teachers are working with new students, and many are in a new building after being caught up in staffing changes brought on by district wide budget cuts. In a video aimed at families. School officials like principal Alison Decline say they understand what teachers and students are going through. We want to make sure that.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For a 30% chance of rain. It's 76 degrees had news radio fella. A cheerleader at a high school in Pasco County claims she was forced to kneel during the national anthem against her Will. The school district says the entire cheerleading squad Anclote High was kneeling except the one student who refused. She claimed she was forced to get down on one knee news Channel eight's Jeff Patterson has more, the Pasco County school district says. It does not appear to be against school policy to take a knee but physically forcing a student to do so is another matter. And that's why they are investigating to find out exactly what happened. The student has hired an attorney. The incident allegedly happened during a Friday night football game. Police in Haines City have charged a 26 year old man with bulldozing several Joe Biden. Campaign sides. Police say James Blight stole the bulldozer from a construction site. And drove it into a nearby neighborhood, plowing over a number of Biden signs and crushing fences to get to them. Former vice mayor Adam Burgess lives in the predominantly black neighborhood, he tells news Channel eight. He blames rhetoric from President Trump in Boulder is that are racist and that are biased on that think that they're superior. Other groups of people based on the color of this blights charged with grand theft and trespassing on a construction site. He could get 15 years in prison if convicted. It's the final push for the presidential candidates. As the clock continues ticking toward Election Day. With the election just a week away. It's no surprise Ivanka Trump will be stumping in Sarasota today, while Barack Obama years in Orlando on Thursday. Joe Biden and rallies in Broward in Tampa State Elections office is reporting more than 2.6 Million Democrats in 2.2 million Republicans have either early voted in person or by mail, Robert Rodriguez with the Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections office says at this rate, there may not be long lines at the polls next Tuesday, where About 22% voter turn out on election days. So if there are lines covert 19 related for the sense of social decency, Lord is on track to exceed the combined total of male votes in early votes cast for the entire 2016 election when D. Grossman, Miami President Trump's daughter and senior advisor Ivanka Trump, scheduled to appear at the event in Sarasota and Nathan Bender Seuin Park at 1:30 P.m. doors open to supporters at noon. Tickets are available on the campaign website. Ivanka Trump will also traveled to Miami today. Voter turnout is expected to set records. 42% of Florida voters have already weighed in during early voting and vote by mail. That's a total of six million votes cast so far. Lieutenant Governor Genet Nunes, a Republican. Says it's exciting to see this enthusiasm. Even if the latest polls show Joe Biden with a slight lead over President Trump. I think this is going to be a fascinating fight to the finish. What I can tell you. Polls clearly have biting upmost fools. Do I have yet to see you know? Maybe one or two Polls say that President Trump is gonna win Florida Early Voting continues from 7 A.m. to 7 P.m. daily until Sunday in most counties. 22 people have been arrested. Three others have been identified as human trafficking victims. After a two day sting operation in ST Petersburg detective set up a local set up in a local motel. Then posted online ads for sex workers. Those who showed up for screen to see if they were potential human trafficking victims, and they would go with Social Service counselors. Those arrested are facing numerous charges. Lots of changes in Hillsborough County schools this week as hundreds of teachers are working with new students, many in a new building after being caught up in staffing changes brought on by district wide budget cuts. In a video aimed at families. School officials like principal Alison Decline say they understand what teachers and students and students are experiencing in these tough times. We want to make sure that when teachers come and join our staffs.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Thiss is news radio Wofl a Tampa and w X TV HD to Clearwater. Unread shepherd. Our top story. A three o'clock 16 people, including a former sergeant with the Manatee County Sheriff's Office, been arrested in Hillsborough County in what was dubbed Operation Small Talk, a sting operation targeting child Predators. Sheriff Chad promised. ER says the suspects were online talking to undercover detectives. They thought for a teenage girl. It was certainly a challenging task, especially with the extreme vulgar conduct of these suspects. And are detectives acted with eagerness. And diligence, TTO apprehend these criminals. One suspect was charged with more than 50 counts of possession of child pornography. Hillsboro area Regional transit has been awarded a $2.7 million federal grant to help pay for four electric powered buses and the infrastructure to go with him Interim CEO Caroline How, Stuart says This comes at exactly the right time for the region's switching to new technology will create more still jobs right here in our community. And reducing our carbon footprint is very important to the future of the Tampa Bay area. Ground zero of climate change and sea level rise. Buses will burn no fuel generate no pollution, and we'll run almost totally silently. Pasco County School employees going to court in an effort to keep the district's schools closed because of the Corona virus pandemic. Attorneys for the unions say the classrooms cannot be reopened safely at this time, and to do otherwise would be a violation of the state constitution. The suit is not connected to a similar action filed by the Florida Education Association. Another brick and mortar retailer, evidently planning to close most of its stores. Time, says Stein Mart has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Jacksonville based company did not say which stores it planned to close on Ly that it would operate as normal in the short term. I'm Reid Shepherd News Radio W This is a Bloomberg money minute. A strong rally underway on Wall Street with the S and P, a whisker away from the record high it reach before the pandemic crashed the markets, the Dow is up 270 points close to 1%. NASDAQ's up more than 2% to top officials with the Federal Reserve say the U. S. Is doing a bad job controlling the Corona virus compared with a number of other countries. Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan and Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren say the U. S failure to control the virus is undermining our economic recovery. If you're looking for a job, check out a bank, the biggest U. S. And European banks have added 19,000 people to their payrolls in the first half of the year to meet a strong demand for loan. Owns the New York Yankees have struck a deal with TIC Tac to try to appeal to younger fans. The controversial video sharing APP will feature highlights and interactions with the players. It struck the deal despite a threat by the president to ban the APP from the US Munna Rivera.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"West Ham. I'm Reed Shepherd. Our top story at one o'clock, a member of the Army reserve and a former sergeant with the Manatee County Sheriff's Office are among 16 men facing criminal charges and what's been dubbed Operation Small Talk Sting Operation targeting Online Child Predators. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody says those who wanted to fund police should take a look at this effort to proactively go after those seeking to harm Children, as we have taken these actions this week to remove them from our streets. Biden and Kamala Harris will launch their new Democratic presidential ticket later today with an event in Biden's home town of Wilmington, Delaware, appearing on NewsRadio W F FELLAS AM Tampa Bay, USF political science professor Dr Susan MacManus, says Harris a selection comes as no surprise, she says Democrats have some high hopes for particularly hopeful that shall help. Democrats when Florida because Hillary lost a lot here because the Blackfoot was down, and a lot of that was younger blacks and the under people who were for Bernie Sanders. Harris is the first woman of color on a major party presidential ticket. She's been in the Senate since 2017 and is a former attorney general of California, Pasco County School employees going to court in an effort to keep the district schools closed because of the pandemic. Earnings for the union say classrooms cannot be reopened safely at this time, and to do otherwise would be a violation of the state constitution. Another brick and mortar retailer is evidently planning to close most of its stores Time, says Stein Mart has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Jacksonville based company did not say which stores it planned too close. I'm Reid Shepherd News Radio W This is a Bloomberg money minute. Stocks are making another run at record highs with a strong rebound from yesterday. Sell off, the Dow is up 262 points close to 1%. The SNP Izmir points away from its all time high of 1.4% and the NASDAQ has climbed more than 2%. Today's rally led by the tech sector, which has been beaten up in the past two days, and investors are snapping up shares again Shares of uber and lift our higher after an uber official floated a so called nuclear option if they're forced to reclassify drivers as employees in California, Uber might temporarily shut down service in the state. In the meantime, it's battling the issue in court. The latest report on consumer prices shows inflation is still in check with grocery prices down, but gasoline prices up the cost of groceries fell more than 1% in July..

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And staff, making it abundantly clear they have safety concerns, Pasco County School Superintendent Kurt Browning announced. The school board has approved a two week delay to the start of the school year. Under my recommendation, teachers would report to work on Monday, August 17. Students who have returned on Monday, August 24. Both are exactly 14 days later than what was originally plant. Browning says those days will be made up some time during the school year. A day after the Florida Education Association filed a lawsuit against the state seeking to overturn an emergency order that brick and mortar schools reopen next month, the union's president tells NBC There are thousands of Children who have tested positive for Corona virus any AH, sensible person would tell you that we've got to get the positivity right down and we don't know what the fallout is going to be when you start to cramp hundreds and thousands of Children in our schools. Rhetoric, Ingram says Florida schools shouldn't be the Petri dish for America, he says state government needs to step up and lead. Hillsborough School officials answered questions from parents, teachers and staff in a virtual town hall. Among the questions will their child have a different teacher if the school switch from in person to virtual learning? Superintendent Addison Davis says every effort will be made to keep the same teacher. But a change may be necessary. If for some reason for a case by case basis, there's a immediate need to make a you know a change midstream. Then if approved due to some type of hardship, then we then I will tell you that that your teacher will potentially change if that has to happen if that has soccer, Davis says Reopening plans remain fluid as the district is expected to resume classes August 24th. It appears the agency established decades ago in Hillsborough County to respond to hurricanes and short term emergencies is about to go out of business. County commissioners have voted unanimously to advance a measure that would do away entirely with the emergency policy group. Vote came after fire Chief Dennis Jones said the county should have a unified response to all situations. The eight member group has been meeting since the pandemic broke out in mid March but has come under increasing criticism and legal action over mask mandates. Flannel vote expected in early August Reid Shepherd news Radio Wofl, A police officer's in Temple Terrace, who shot and killed a knife wielding woman back in May will not face criminal charges. In a statement, State attorney Andrew Warren said he Beaumont as Allah's Ari's actions made it clear she intended to kill a police officer. Investigators believe the woman was seeking revenge after her brother was arrested by the FBI following an attempt to carry out an attack on behalf of Isis. It's shaping up to be a deadly year on Florida's waterways for manatees and hope that is bad of a pandemic hadn't gotten early in the year, and things were shut down that that would give manatees another wild life a chance to sort of Have a respite from, you know all the different voting activities and so forth. But save the Manatee Club Director Pat Rose says As the state re opened voting activity picked up the state's reporting 355 sea cow fatalities this year. Rose says they may never know how many are the result of boat kills because covert 19 precautions have prevented wildlife officers from retrieving the carcasses for study. Someone who makes too much noise in Sarasota will face stiffer penalties. City commissioners voted 5 to 1 to approve higher fines for noise violations. Offenders will now be penalized $250 instead of $100 a second infraction carries a $500 fine. The tougher noise ordinance was sparked by complaints about loud music from the cabana in a motel and bar on the South Tamiami Trail. Riko Shal NewsRadio wofl a Stay informed during hurricane season with w F l A news dot coms Operation Storm Watch brought to you by Morgan Exteriors. It's 705 at NewsRadio Wofl. A demand for travel is week thanks to the pandemic, and it means longer Layoffs now a Tampa international airport. The Tampa Bay Business Journal reports, a company that supplies food to the airport now has extended layoffs for more than 100 workers. It had hoped to bring back to the job by May when it laid them off in March. Now, H b F Tampa Partners is extending those layoffs. Past six months. The pandemic Mikey Boeing 7 37 Max largely grounded into next year, The Wall Street Journal reports. Both government and industry officials think it could be December before individual airlines get final approval for pilot training and maintenance checks for the changes made to update software implicated in two crashes. It would be only after that that the planes would be ready again to fly passengers and Twitter will ban thousands of accounts associated with the cue and on conspiracy theory. It claims there is a deep state plot against President Trump. It isn't saying how many accounts will be affected. The New York Times says Facebook is preparing similar action from Bloomberg. I'm Joan Doniger for news radio w F L A Summer is a great time to bring a new look to your life with sort of pro painters. They can change the look of your surroundings both inside and out, as they have done for us in our home and hear it. I heart radio. Their work is the highest quality and there's no mess. Make a big difference in your life and in the value of your home. Secure.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"39 police officers now dedicated full time to ensure people and businesses air following all the virus rules and regulations, he says, the largest category of people getting sick is thie, 18 to 34 year olds and many living at home with their grand parents is advice. Wear a mask and socially distance at home. If you think you've been exposed anyone over 75 is being encouraged to stay home until further notice. Wendi Grossman, Miami There are 369,834 confirmed cases of covert 19 in Florida. 21,700. 80 hospitalizations and 5206 deaths, saying parents, teachers and staff have made it abundantly clear that they have concerns, Pasco County School Superintendent Kurt Browning announced Tuesday the school board approved a two week delay to the start of the school year. Teachers would report to work on Monday, August 17 students who've returned on Monday, August 24. Both are exactly 14 days later than what was originally planned. Public's customers must now where face covering beginning Monday. Aye. Winn Dixie requires it shoppers to wear masks of Florida law firm is filing suit against the state on behalf of bars that were closed due to the state's Covad 19 emergency order. After reopening the businesses have now lost their ability to serve alcohol for on premises consumption due to the spike in cases attorney Travis Walker says he's representing Bar's pro bono in a class action lawsuit against Florida with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. Hi, this is Babi. Maggie. You've seen us for years on ABC TV Every Sunday at 10:30.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Early this morning a teaching assistant at mowing lake elementary in new port Richey has been arrested deputies took twenty year old marina Dietz into custody after they say she extinct exchange drugs with the seventeen and eighteen year old in her apartment deputies found out about deeds during an investigation into the overdose death of the teenager this neighbor was says she was at a party at the apartment the night before okay that passed and another kid were at her house and I guess they were all doing drugs together Pasco county school officials say Dietz's been terminated from her teaching assistant position at moon lake the job she started in January a bill that would require minors to have parental consent in order to have an abortion is a step closer to becoming law in Florida the Senate voting twenty three to seventeen to approve the measure setting up a full house vote where it's also expected to pass supporting the bill state senator gale Harold who says parents need to be involved these are life changing decisions that a child is making we need parents to be partners with those children the governor expected to sign it into law an important milestone ahead of the Florida presidential primary mail in ballots are on their way to voters if you want to and this upcoming presidential preference primary you must be registered by fifty were in the eighteenth and that's also the last day to make any party change those row county elections supervisor Craig Latimer says you should also go.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seventy one it's fifty two degrees said newsradio WFLA of Pasco county school teachers been arrested for bringing a gun to school it happened at five a high school in Hudson as deputies were responding to a potential threat the loaded gun was found in a teacher's purse as news channel eight's Victoria price reports this is just the latest incident in a series of problems at the school five a also found itself on controlled campus last week after several fights broke out prompting the sheriff's office to step in also last week a fifteen year old student was arrested after deputies say she said a bathroom soap dispenser on fire the teacher was put on paid leave five a high school is stepping up security this morning get ready for the possibility of seeing more armed local officials in government buildings across Florida a bill passed by the house criminal justice subcommittee would allow county commission city council and school board members to carry guns if they could obtain a concealed weapons license every day we get threats we have people stocking our staff our commissioners we have shootings in the panhandle of these places this protects us Okaloosa county commissioner Graham found says some governments in smaller towns can't afford to hire armed security and having their personal weapons as a cheaper alternative a similar bill in the Senate is yet to be heard just one case of measles causing Florida college in temple terrace to take precautions because the onus is highly contagious students who can't prove they've been vaccinated are being isolated in the doors this student tells news channel late it's affecting several.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of Pasco county school teacher has been arrested for bringing a gun to school it happened at five a high school in Hudson deputies were responding to a potential threat the loaded gun was founded a teacher's purse as news channel eight Victoria price reports this is just the latest incident in a series of problems at the school five they also found itself on controlled campus last week after several fights broke out prompting the sheriff's office to step in also last week a fifteen year old student was arrested after deputies say she said a bathroom soap dispenser on fire the teacher is on paid leave five eighths high school stepping up security this morning because of the latest incidents get ready for the possibility of seeing more armed local officials in government buildings across the state of Florida a bill passed by the state house criminal justice subcommittee would allow county commission city council and school board members to carry guns if they can if they obtain a concealed weapons license every day we get threats we have people stocking our staff our commissioners we have shootings in the panhandle of these places this protects us but some officials in smaller counties say the local governments there can't afford to hire armed security just one case of measles causing Florida college in temple terrace to take precautions because the illness is highly contagious students who can't prove they've been vaccinated or being isolated in their doors this student tells news channel eight it's affecting multiple students.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hey and Tampa Bay Ryan Gorman in for Jacque terrace with Aaron Jaffa and Natalie and we've got a quite an issue here in the Tampa Bay area a bunch of school the rats over the past couple of days the Pasco county school district said there was a social media rumor about huts in high school yesterday the district said the rumor was completely unfounded but the schools still stepping up security out of an abundance of caution students will likely notice more sheriff's deputies station around the school today also in Pasco county there's a school threat cypress creek middle school police arrested a twelve year old student now is facing felony charges the students accused emailing six teachers threatening to kill them and arrest report shows a student threatened to shoot up the school and Pinellas county police arrested in charge a twelve year old tarpon springs middle school student detective said he told other students he wanted to shoot five of his classmates and plan to use an A. R. fifteen to shoot them in different areas on campus when investigators ask them about students said it was just a joke you know what struck me about all the recent threats we talked a lot about this on PM Tampa Bay because there's been so many of them especially since since Dayton and el Paso is that the kids they seem to be getting younger who are making these threats I mean these are two twelve year olds twelve this is why we see in the media we see people spread the news spread the stories and they're probably influenced by it the only thing I can think to stop at the only deterrent is parents talk to your kids a lot of no if you make that joke you are going to get in serious trouble yeah during the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen fiscal year seven hundred and seventy nine use were charged with offenses related to school threats in Florida a from six hundred eighty seven and twenty seventeen twenty eighteen and six hundred twenty nine and twenty sep twenty sixteen twenty seventeen and I bet you're gonna see an increase this year in two thousand five you might have been able to get away with the excuse that you were just kidding now no no no it's like more does a bomb on an airplane yeah I mean you just can't say it. the job not joke you're getting in trouble if you do it like you said the worst part is they're getting younger yeah king but you wanna kindergartners stars do I is is really concerning so that's the latest some some school threats here in the Tampa Bay area coming up in a moment we'll talk about millennial small business owners defying the stereotypes right now we do a check on the latest headlines with Chris track man in our news radio WFLA news room Florida senator Marco Rubio says he has more questions than answers after reading the whistle blower report alleging president trump abused his position to cheat in the twenty twenty election Florida's junior Republican senator Rick Scott says he saw no violation of the law Florida congressman or divided along party lines on the issue of impeachment the mother of a little boy who drowned in the Tampa area creek two months ago is now charged with his death tab of the long claim the child went into the water on his own and drown but now she's been charged with aggravated manslaughter after investigators determined she was actually trying to cross the water with the nine year old on her back and he fell off deputies say the mother was drunk and high at the time a man charged in a deadly shooting in Pinellas county is using the stand your ground defense Dijon powers is accused of killing d'errico master last month in an argument over a parking spot they say the thirty one year old a master had a knife and was behaving aggressively when powers opened fire they also say the charges against the twenty six year old powers should be dropped by Chris traction newsradio WFLA.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Clara Garcia's father hunter has recovered enough from his injuries to leave the hospital but his wife Caleb has not to receive multiple fractures so that's that's going to be her or or big battle so he'll be back from those but I have not heard as far as what her prognosis is other than it was positive Pasco county fire rescue chief got Casson says Garcia has worked as a county firefighter for just under two years no charges filed yet in the multi car crash Pasco firefighters charities take contributions for the family's expenses and their babies funeral find a link to that in our story yet WFLA news dot com a twenty year old woman from Saint Petersburg warns her friends to stop vaping Madison Massie posted on her Facebook page photos of her in the hospital where she says she gets treatment for chemical pneumonia she blames on E. cigarettes he says you started using jewel three years ago and had no idea she could get so sick the CDC says seven people now across the country have died from lung illnesses linked to E. cigarettes a Pittsburgh Pirates all star pitcher faces sex charges in Florida the Florida department of law enforcement says its agents arrested pirates closure fully pay Vasquez this morning in Pittsburgh for having a two year long a sexual relationship with the southwest Florida girl that started when she was thirteen the agency says he texted her about meeting her for sex after this baseball season ends several video showing him performing a sex act best guess lives in central Florida the girl lives in the fort Myers area the FDLE says he'll be extradited to face charges there Peter king's CBS news Orlando Pasco county schools consider restricting taking pictures or videos on campus the school district says the family recorded a video to school without permission posted. it on you tube and made money from it which upset some other parents the cop of Pasco county schools as the band will not apply to more basic room public that is school activities there is no expectation.

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"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"pasco county school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"As a parent that the female was to seize. I had some upper body from. these have been called out to that location in the past right now they're not saying who is responsible for the woman's death and they have not ID the victim in Tampa jurors in the Grandville Richie murder trial heard from the family friend who prosecutors say left the nine year old victim with the murder suspect have any Wiley testified she was going out to buy drugs and she wasn't worried about leaving Felicia Williams affectionately known as sugar plum in Richie's care how he made me feel cop on the first night I met him and now he made me feel when are we would that we would go and pick up supplies so it was like he had that concern of like a father figure the surprise is the CEO of the parent company of Busch gardens and sea world is out after just seven months on the job sea world entertainment says Gustavo Antarctica has stepped down from the top job in chief financial officer marks once it is now the interim CEO Swanson has been with the company in nineteen years and torque is says hosting on to help with the transition the company said in an SEC filing that and torque to resign because of the board's involvement in decision making sea world which owns the sea world and Busch gardens theme parks as at three different people to the corner office in the past year and a half Mike Stevens newsradio WFLA Pasco county schools are considering a move that would prevent parents and others from taking pictures or videos on campus according to the school district a family recorded video at one school without asking permission then posted on you tube and reportedly profited from it and that upsets some parents however Linda call the Pasco county school says the band will not apply to more public activities there is no expectation of privacy at a sporting.

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