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"pasco county" 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.
"pasco county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Real news for real people, and you can start watching Newsmax TV Today. They always talking about what matters. Just get rid of those pesky Republicans and raise taxes. Enough. You have utopia. We don't have utopia. You talk to me 20 w b A p w b a p dot com Hey, 47. W AP Now this is not tell me something pretty good, So we want way want big stuff It's Friday. I mean, it's always the best one of the week and we look forward to it right now, with Young, stupid jokes Do We all probably have friends from work for the fire department somewhere some town something. Yeah, on Don't tell your family all kinds. I'll tell you people leave all kinds of stuff at their fire stations. The people leave babies. They're the they'll bring food and leave it there, or they'll leave wounded animals even well. Firefighters at Pasco County Fire Rescue Station 21 north of Tampa, Florida were greeted by two kids brought him a wounded animal. Now. What do you think kids would bring to the fire station? A cat dog hamster bugs And as to how about American bold Eagle? Who? Wow what they find to kids carrying an American bald eagle to the fire station that matched up orbiter. Anything, huh? No, they did pretty good. The Eagle evidently had a fish hook stuck through its beak and the fishing line that it was attached to was wrapped around its beak and one of its wings, his eagle good fly, and this eagle couldn't eat. Mm. So flow in Florida has one of the densest concentrations of nesting bald eagles in the lower 48 states again about 1500 nesting couples, the fireman called Callousness, Sanctuary for wildlife and a volunteer from there. Said that the eagle had been wrapped up for about 23 days and was underweight and dehydrated. So obviously was too weak to fight when the two boys found it and brought it up. So they put it in a crate took it out to the sanctuary removed the fish hook, which is fairly the easy part. But then they tried to get it, You know, nurse back to health, They said it didn't take the eagle very long to eat it Wolf down everything they tried to feed him. It didn't leave. A crumb behind AP currently appears to be in good health vets say is gonna make a full recovery. And when he's cleared to be released back into the while, they're going to release it from the Pasco County fire Station number, 21 Fantastic. Invite the boys out there to see it to see it. Take off lesson here. Of course, is that when you go fishing, dispose of your fishing trash that that doesn't happen again. Suit yourself. E mean the eagle survives. But what about all the you know, the Mice, Chihuahuas girls, whatever they fed the thing that you know what do they feed it? Recovering eagle and I think they were giving burgers. Oh, yeah. You ever seen a bald eagle and You know, in the wild habitat? Yes. Yeah. Washington State? Yes, one of the possible kingdom One time there. There's a couple of nest up there north of Lake. They saw one. Uh, on the walkway, whatever jobs thrilled, right, so shocked. And it was just it was beautiful. How close were you to it? 20 yards. No. Well, God, because I haven't seen one up close. They look great when they're flying, or Yeah, Living tree Far away, Man really seen one up close before? When you when you mentioned Pasco County, it made me remember that a missing live PD. Whoa! Sorry, you know, live TV was a lot of school, A PD all the time. That's what that was a great program. I know just north of Tampa, but we don't have like PD anymore. It's going, but that's the last time I thought of Pasco County until Until stupid brought it up. And what stupid this story on the 1500. What do you say? Nesting couples nesting pairs of air of Yeah, I thought you were talking about the village down there in Florida. Exactly. Yes. Yeah. What wants to be said that Sean said in my ear, man. I wish I was nesting couple. Well, this story reminded me. You know, my dad was a veterinarian and people would bring animals that were sick to our house. Our neighbors would. Well, these kids brought this kitten that had evidently gotten a fish hook stuck through its tongue. Yeah. So I sat and watched Dad doing I go. How you gonna take it out without without? You know, ripping the tongue out or anything because We'll just sit and watch son. You went got a pair of wire cutters cut the cut the hook in half and just pulled out the full the regular and he goes, Hank did he have to sedate the kitten? No, of course not really. Mm. Display couldn't but at home he did back when I was pregnant when I was fishing bastard moments over the years ago, I'd get the hook in me every now and then. One time I had to pull it through. Because of the marble. Uh, you know, Yeah. And you just kind of have to plan on that. Like to live in and go. Yeah, you know, all fishermen listening in takes him wire cutters with you. If you get one stuck in you just cut the hook and half and pull out the smooth then that's the way to do it. The more fish hooks Oh, yeah. Yeah. Marketers and Woodford. It'll help you through it. That will make it worth taking cheeseburger. No onions. Extra fishhook, please. Yes,.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Closures along there's some expressway near Gandy Boulevard. Instruction will be continue along Gandy Boulevard in Hillsborough County. Maybe periodically inclusions and changing travel patterns throughout the night. Girls and news radio. W Watch ballet After this warm start to 2021, we're tracking a cold front in Bound. Tonight was some changes for the second half The weekend showers arriving tonight cloudy still mild though it temperatures in the mid sixties. Temperatures barely climbed over the course of the day on Sunday mostly cloudy cooler with lingering showers. Temperature is only in the upper sixties. Sunshine breaks out as we move into the New week on Monday. High temperatures, though just in the mid sixties, low temps down in the forties for Tuesday and Wednesday. Max Defender. Eight meteorologists in Oliver Hey, Pasco County. Check us out on 99.1 on your FM dial No more coast to coast. Am a news radio. W F l A to you. I want to win. You're brave. You're networks presents Art bell somewhere in time tonight featuring coast to coast Am from January. 3rd 2000 to those of the pony tails with kind of an obscure song born too late,.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Top story at 5 32 people have been murdered in Valrico. Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies were called to the Valerie Cho station department after neighbors heard gunshots around nine last night. This search warrant too. Collect additional evidence. They're also interviewing potential witnesses and neighbors. Italian Bardina with the sheriff's office says the killings don't appear to be random. Mork. Overt vaccine doses are arriving in Tampa Bay, but Pasco County is still waiting for its shipment. A county health officials says. They've been planning and waiting for doses of either the visor or Madonna vaccine. Organizer's have announced that the Gasparilla Bowl has been canceled. South Carolina was set to play Alabama Birmingham on Saturday. A Raymond James Stadium, but backed out Tampa Bay traffic and weather. Next on Chris Trackman NEWS radio W F L A M A cease on traffic center on the roads this early I for I 75 to 75 or major interstates. Traffic's moving well. This driver reported sponsored by Ferguson, Enterprises, some things in life you could just rely on like the faithful friend who always comes. When you call treat to some things in life. You could just rely on like the faithful friend who always comes when you call and the tried and true performance of a new route home. A C system rely on route Good Route a c florida dot com Scheduled service with a root pro partner today. Power locally by Ferguson H. Back John Thomas News, Radio. W F L A From the Rhino, Calm Weather Center. Never clean your gutters again. It is cool out there this morning, but it warms up quickly. A beautiful afternoon. Lots of sunshine. Low humidity highs in the mid seventies, and it's not quite as cool this evening when start coming out.
Miami prepares for Tropical Storm Eta
"Our top story at eight o'clock, not a lot of change with Tropical Storm Aita as we move through the evening hours will continue to see tropical storm force winds and heavy rain as the storm moves up the coast National Hurricane Center director Ken Graham says the worst of it is on the east side of the storm center. It's these rain bands where you're getting the significant wins. You're getting tropical storm force winds. Well, Outlook. Even Orlando and look down here over portions of Fort Myers and Naples have seen these today and now getting into Broward County where we don't need any more rain. Ada is still on a path to make landfall north of the Tampa Bay area sometime tomorrow morning and then be out over the Atlantic By tomorrow evening. At the moment, it's west southwest of ST Pete, Moving north. At about 12 Miles an hour. We later got up close and personal to Florida's West central Coast somewhat sooner than expected, not giving residents much time to prepare. ST Pete Mayor Rick Kreismen says would have been different if we'd have a couple of days. But he also feels very fortunate. We are we're not talking about a storm, which, thankfully, didn't significantly intensify and become a two or three that took the sudden turn in that respect. I feel like we were all very fortunate, but having said that we still want you to take precautions. Savva Mayor Jane Castor says people need to be vigilance with the storm. Even though it's not a hurricane. Castor says conditions could get worse before they get better. The next couple of hours are going to be critical for our area. We're still looking at Tornado warnings and waken have water spouts out in the bay as well, and those could be very, very damaging As everyone is aware, Castor says. The weather can change in an instance people need to be aware of what's going on Long night ahead. In Pasco County, just south of eight is projected landfall. Monica Santiago, the Pascoe emergency management says there are no evacuation orders, shelters or not open, but she is urging residents.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"That a Biden Harris administration would mean economic devastation for all Americans. They will collapse our economy and send our nation into a depression. You will raise your taxes $4 Trillion. Following the event in North Carolina, the president will fly to Pennsylvania, then Michigan, followed by a trip to Wisconsin before concluding the day and Grand Rapids, Michigan. The president won all four states in 2016, and he's hoping to repeat that tomorrow night boxes. John Decker in Washington. Fox NEWS Democracy 2020 Coverage of election results is tomorrow night Watch of the Fox News Channel. Listen on the Fox News app. Kurt Setting hurricane season just won't give up on the latest storm is now a major hurricane about his Evan Brown has this life Alicia is now a Category three hurricane is impacting the Yucatan Peninsula and while it's packing 120 mile an hour winds And dropping lots of rain. The forecast path doesn't show the storm crossing the Yucatan rather making a U turn and heading back towards the warm water southwest of Cuba. It will have dwindled to tropical depression by then, but the warm sea water could cause it to intensify again. After the weekend. Lisa thanks Saban. ADA, formed in the Central Caribbean over the weekend. The 28th named Storm of the Atlantic season tying a record set in 2005. America is listening to Fox News. The MAS Nissan Traffic Center in Pasco County authorities.
The 1918 Spanish Flu: Fact vs. Fiction
"This is Oscar Fernandes and today on the show, we put the spotlight on Texas to discuss the fact versus fiction of the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen and to follow up on the one year anniversary of the mass shooting in El Paso Texas, the largest mass shooting targeted against Latinos, and so there's no need for a long introduction today on the show because our guest today has a lot to say on how the US in various ways is repeating history in its poor response to the pandemic. The scapegoating of others who have no control of the pandemic and which community ultimately praise the costs for the pandemic and so with us on the show today is w Dorado Romo. He's a researcher and the author of a ringside seat to revolution and underground cultural history of El Paso, and is which is available on single prosperous that we joins us today to combat to show W doral Romo. Thank you so much. Is Good to have you with us once again and doesn't probably no way of escaping any news whatsoever as it pertains to the current. Co Ed nineteen pandemic. You know it's affected almost every corner of society both here in the US and abroad. But one thing that's been cited as a frame of reference of valuable one, I would say is the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen. Now in recent weeks, politicians and media people have stated that the US has not seen anything like the in pandemic since the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen. Even you know Donald Trump and self has been cited Spanish flu in his own ignorant ways. I would I would say. But when reasons I want to talk to you was because this soon is the Spanish flu pandemic came up in mainstream media and the first thing that came to mind was Our discussion that we had last year with regards to the bath riots and it gives me the feeling that there's some things missing as it pertains to Race River Garson and the narrative of the Spanish flu pandemic. So a want to know based on what you've seen this far when people sight to space Lou, what do you feel is missing in this important narrative? I think you hit it on the nail. The idea that the pandemic was just a problem of perhaps Just, a a medical problem is something that's usually citing it by these media reports but. Raised and war have a huge part to play in in this. So called Spanish food and I think one of the things that has. Not Been. Looked into as much as. A huge role that the United States played in this called Spanish who I mean I I, I would call it the American sloop because they didn't start in Spain. It actually most of the evidence that we have historically the first official report. Of the Spanish flu was from Pasco County, council. And it was in a in a US military camp. Ford Riley canceled that it I broke out now there's other theories but most of the evidence points to that so this is Not so much the Spanish food at the American flu and I think that has been something that has not been as deeply investigated in many of these. Reports. So the question has to be asked, how did the Spanish flu get its name? If it was actually based here in Kansas as he said. Well. During. World War One, it was censorship. So the when I broke out in March of nineteen eighteen and one military cab. There was hardly anything written about it. It was actually A. A. Cook at the base of contract. And within. A few days there were hundreds of US soldiers? That, That were hit that that excel stake as Devo them died. From the flu. So the reason that is called a Spanish food is because Spain was a neutral country. So they were able to report. The fact that even even some of the most prominent. political figures from Spain were infected contractors to flu. So the name stuck that was the first. Was the first country where there was actually uncensored reporting about the flu to the main stuff but it was. It's also I think this idea of thickness. Always comes from the other side. The His what would you call it? The other association of of disease. You know the. Americans in the very beginning they and some of them playing some of the news sources would blame on the German thinking that it was a form of bacteriological warfare. Germans also had it. And they blamed it on the Russians they call it the the Russian has the Russians blamed on the Chinese everybody blamed on on on someone else the white South Africans called the the copy of. The Black Man Species? So I. Think this is part of. Stigmatization of the other using DC. To kind of Yeah. To stigmatize other racists, other nationality has always been kind of a universal part of this. Funny enough. Even back in nineteen. A lot of the banish medical. So rotation. Would pointed out the unfairness calling the Spanish flu they knew that it had not originated there
‘Back the Blue' mural outside Tampa police headquarters defaced twice with red paint and tar
"Want to know who defaced the mural designed to show support for police officers. The back. The blue message was painted last weekend in front of Tampa police headquarters but has since been vandalized twice with tar and spray paint and the letters B. L M retired Pasco County Deputy Bill Lawless was one of those who helped create it when I see law enforcement being demonized and For the actions of a few people throughout the country. It just involves me greatly. It's a tough profession to begin with. And right now it's just a horrendous professional. Lawless sells news Channel eight. The mural may have been two faced, but the message is still out there, and there's now a $3000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest.
Miami - Broward Health Chief Medical Officer Says Hospital System Prepared For Any COVID-19 Surge
"A surge of coronavirus cases in Florida because his concerns about hospital capacity to handle potential rush of covert nineteen patients the state reported nearly nine thousand six hundred new cases today the chief regional medical officer for Broward health Medical Center says their hospitals do have plenty of room we have enough staff to take care of everyone in the hospital we also have plans just search up in the event that that's neat we can increase our speed by twenty percent in the first phase Dr Joshua alleges spoke to CBS for TV in Miami how many hospital beds available varies around the state Miami Dade County had twenty six percent of ICU beds available Pasco county north of Tampa had just six percent not
Hospitals grapple with a surge in coronavirus cases in Florida
"A surge of coronavirus cases in Florida because his concerns about hospital capacity to handle potential Russian covert nineteen patients the state reported nearly nine thousand new cases yesterday the chief regional medical officer for Broward health Medical Center says their hospitals do have plenty of room we have enough staff to take care of everyone in the hospital we also have plans to surge up in the event that that's neat we can increase our athletes by twenty percent in the first phase Dr Joshua alleges spoke to CBS for TV in Miami how many hospital beds available varies around the state Miami Dade County had twenty six percent of ICU beds available Pasco county north of Tampa had just six percent not
Florida high school teacher charged with secretly recording students at pool party
"A case of video voyeurism in Pasco county has led to the arrest former GW Mitchell high school journalism teacher for more crimes he's accused of committing in two thousand eleven that secretly videotaping some of the students at his house during a pool party detectives discovered a memory card during their investigation of forty one year old Thomas Kovac will video recordings from nine years ago it from a hidden cameras set up in his bathroom that students years ago that reportedly served alcohol to several students at the party even leading several spend the night though none did sheriff's office says go back live at a home on rambling ridge court in palm harbor when the party occurred anyone else who may have been in that party is urged to call the Pasco county sheriff's
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"There in Pasco county some of the parts that have been closed to the corona virus outbreak are now expected to reopen sometime today thanks have an update at six forty K. long as radio WFLA given the humidity low today but with lots of sunshine we warm up into the upper eighties today it's sixty eight degrees at newsradio WFLA you'd think having fewer cars on the roads would make driving safer but it appears to be just the opposite thanks to some lead feet Orlando police estimate that highway traffic here is dropped by forty to fifty percent over the past few weeks while they're seeing more of this we limit access of eighty five Sir John key I personally stopped several vehicles a week over a hundred thousand speeding ticket could cost nearly three hundred dollars a year keep says he's trying to hand out more warnings and fewer tickets because of hard times Peter king CBS news Orlando the house is expected to take up a small business relief bill the Senate passed yesterday the bipartisan measure would pump more than three hundred billion dollars into a small business loan fund they quickly ran dry in just a couple of weeks the bill also includes seventy five billion for hospitals and another twenty five billion dollars to expand corona virus testing it's a disappointment for those hoping for a quick fix to the corona virus outbreak a drug counted by both president trump and governor Disentis appears to be a failure the.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Pasco county as well W. S. nineteen south bound just before tarpon Avenue picture I've got data seven forty K. long as radio WFLA it does warm up quickly today afternoon high of eighty seven spring officially begins tonight it's sixty seven degrees at newsradio WFLA president trump continues to use terms like Chinese virus and bovine virus when referring to cove in nineteen that has been facing criticism about possible backlash to Asian Americans even as president trump sharpened his attack on Chinese leaders for being too slow to disclose the true nature and scope of the virus he's continued use of the term Chinese virus sparked fears among some and could have a racist overtones a premise he quickly shut down meanwhile China's initial response to the outbreak has increasingly come under scrutiny and not just by White House officials today Axios with information compiled from reporting in the Wall Street journal Washington post South China morning post and elsewhere suggested in a detailed timeline that China covered up the virus is deadly impact for weeks a delay that it says caused it to spread all over the globe Kevin Corke reporting Congress has passed a corona virus relief bill that's designed to help workers impacted by the disease the Senate easily passed the one hundred billion dollar house approved bill guaranteeing paid sick leave for many Americans and providing free corona virus testing but what comes next could be far more difficult to find consensus is how long it will take to go through this stuff is unclear but as everyone knows we are moving rapidly because the situation demands it Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to keep the Senate in session in LA sweeping stimulus plan is done legislation that could top a trillion dollars by offering payments to American families and providing economic.
Miami: Ex-Port Richey Mayor Dale Massad’s stand your ground case could tread uncharted waters
"Delay is happening in the attempted murder trial of former port Richey mayor Dale Massad the Pinellas Pasco judge agreed to put off the trial for at least several weeks after the side's attorney said new evidence was discovered he's accused of shooting at Pasco county sheriff's deputies during a raid last year
Active Search for Infant Missing After Triple Murder Ends: Miami-Dade Police
"Meanwhile hope is faded that a missing newborn will be found alive I mean the county police declaring the search for Andrew coming it'll over the boy who was a week old at the time was allegedly kidnapped by his father last month the man is accused of killing the baby's mother grandmother and great grandmother inside their Redland home the body meanwhile a forty nine year old Ernesto carry it was founded Pasco county the next day after an apparent
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The errant cut off in Pasco county page Carrera newsradio WFLA the what continues this afternoon a mix of sun and clouds with high temperatures back up in the mid seventies tonight staying milder low temps only drop back to around sixty degrees partly cloudy skies that's how we'll keep it on Wednesday which is the tiny ten percent afternoon shower chance high temps in the upper seventies strong cold front brings thunderstorms a possibility of severe weather late Thursday into the early part of Friday boating forecast rest of the day so the east wind ten not sees around two features the lake job in the bay I'm storm teammate meteorologists Ian Oliver your shot at one thousand dollars now text of the nationwide two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info this nationwide contest and change that to a hundred two hundred if there were no witnesses no documents in this trial there will be a permanent asterisk next to the acquittal of president trump written in permanent ink step back a little bit give us the big picture right now of what we're what we're seeing trump one two hundred seventy three day presidential election cold from order to order two shiny the on move mitigated total complete disaster are unfolding in Iowa with these caucuses and wow yeah I I can't even believe what's going on here everything that happened a Bernie Sanders.
Police frantically search for a missing newborn after his father and 3 women are found dead in Florida
"Miami Dade police continue their search for a missing infants and recover recover euro euro here's here's father father kidnapped kidnapped him him after after allegedly allegedly killing killing the the baby's baby's mother mother grandmother grandmother and and great great grandmother grandmother in in Miami Miami his his body body was was found found some some three three hundred hundred miles miles away away in in Pasco Pasco county county with with a self inflicted gunshot wound
Man Wanted In SW Miami Baby’s Abduction Found Dead; Amber Alert Linked To Triple Homicide
"Seven or after I got that alert in the dead dad my thoughts went right to where's the baby while the search is on the amber alert is still active for one week old Andrew cabbie gyro after his father who is believed to be connected to the triple homicide before fleeing with the baby was found dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound the body of the forty nine year old was found in his van in Pasco county but Andrew was nowhere in sight we did a search we had the blood hounds out there searching their bloodhounds had nothing it was no indication that the child was in the area the baby still may be in Miami Dade the baby maybe anywhere in the state police revealed one witness spotted a blonde woman sitting in the van with caviar now they're asking her to come forward to tell them what
Search On For Weeks Old Baby Abducted By Father Later Found Dead
"B. O. we're following a bizarre statewide a story tonight Pasco county sheriff Chris no co says deputies found a vehicle connected to the statewide amber alert that was issued this morning out of Miami with the missing baby's father dead inside we did a full search around a vehicle we continue to search around the vehicle at this time there is no signs of the baby Andrew Caballero the infant was taken from a hole where three women were found dead officials say forty nine year old Ernesto Cavalera killed himself deputies are using K. nine tracking dogs to try and
Fivay High School teacher arrested for having loaded gun on campus
"Pasco county high school teacher has been arrested for having a loaded gun in her purse at school deputies found the weapon during a secondary search of five a high after student reported a possible threat that he later admitted he made up the teacher told detective she forgot the gun was in her purse inside a filing cabinet she's on paid leave and charged with having a gun on a school
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Water some immigrants in South Florida spend this Sunday in hiding knowing that federal agents want to capture those who have deportation orders in Miami and ten other U. S. cities but it Donia Simpson of Americans for immigrant justice in Miami says her group has no reports of ice rates so far expect so everybody's on call and it's ready to respond to whatever may happen she says fifty lawyer stand by to help anyone taken into custody the telegraph's don't answer the door unless those knocking have a warrant she says the threat his scared immigrant communities but also has United them the man accused of murdering a woman in Pasco county has also died by suicide thirty four year old Brian Wilson had taken off after killing thirty six your Carissa Vasquez in Wesley chapel north of Tampa and shot himself after deputies in highlands county confronted him in a shopping mall in Sebring the couple's thirteen year old daughter was at the scene of her mother's murder but survived without injury you have not imagined it you have gotten fewer of those annoying robo calls on your cell phone the unwanted calls have decreased for three straight months according to Alex to lead G. C. E. O. of rubble call blocking service you mail most of the call that seemed to be disappearing are spam and illegal telemarketing so that's a good track to the G. says robo calls cause more problems in Florida than most states because older people tend to answer the phone more often to the two credits to fewer robo calls to a combination of FCC enforcement and phone companies doing more to block calls it hit their networks officials evacuated a jet blue flight bound for Tampa when flight attendants on the plane receive photos of someone wearing a suicide vest planted left the gate in Newark New Jersey yesterday morning when the pictures came through an iPhone app called here drop the plane went back to the gate everyone had to get off the flight left a few hours later with Florida's news I'm John the question asco news radio WFLA ninety nine point one FM three vehicle six competition where every athlete is monster jam triple threat surgery once the best drivers in the world.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"From the Pasco county sheriff's office, the importance of the move over law, after a squad car was rear ended deputy Ryan cook sustained minor injuries. The driver of the disabled vehicle uninjured. If you see law enforcement on the side of the road, make sure to get over to the next lane to pass Floridians that are getting ready for hurricane season. Remember your pets will be a concern. Rich Anderson with Peggy Adams animal rescue league in West Palm Beach says, if you wind up at a storm shelter with your pet you'll likely need to show proof of shots that work showing that your animals or vaccinated going to take your word for those are life and death citizens. Florida has begun issuing new drivers licenses. They don't have a magnetic strip the DMV says, all driver's license centers will transition to the new cards by August. With Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. From the Florida central credit union traffic center. We have a clear right on our major roadways and bridges this morning. I seventy five I four to seventy five all look good throughout Tampa. Bay on the veterans. Southbound construction has the two left lanes blocked at gun highway. And in countries, I, we've got road closures McMullen booth southbound between curlew and five eighty U S nineteen is your best alternate. For more real time traffic updates on your route download the new total traffic app powered by trafficcarma. Elizabeth James NewsRadio WFL. Temperatures will be very slow to cool as we go through the evening there could be a spotty shower inland. East of.
Pasco County, Pinellas And Broward discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"A third measles, cases been reported in Florida, this one in Pasco county previous cases in Broward, and Pinellas counties, nationwide. Sixty new measles cases were reported last week bringing the yearly total to nine hundred
"pasco county" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Had I said, all Pasco county schools suck. I would take it back. But that was a pretty feeble attempt, which is why didn't even bring up today was take it back Thursday. But thank you for your call to the low. How you doing a day herald doing real well, man, how about you? Not too bad. Make a call on the it's okay. It's not. Okay. Yeah. The the racist hand symbol that got a guys banned from Wrigley field. Right. Yeah. So I'm calling because I don't think it's okay. I feel like I mean, I'm not I'm not saying that what he did was. Okay. Whatever way he meant it. But definitely there should be. Maybe like some thrown out there. You're like, hey, you know, letting the the first committed the act like, hey, that's not cool. This is what it means. You know, somebody I don't have to public ban somebody mostly because I didn't even know what it meant, you know, I'm in the military by self and this week this week, and I actually went through and I was playing this game with a lot of my buddies this this weekend like right before it happened. And we had no idea. I agree. I think people are legitimizing something that's still very much underground. Even though the mass shooter. Did I still a majority people don't know about this? Yeah. I think we're learning about it. And then the minute you learn it's racist. Then what is it now racist for everybody to do? I think we give it too much power almost you know, like what why let racist tone that symbol. Why don't we just go? There's a guy making a silly symbol. Okay. But then again, it's a different narrative because he did it behind an African American reporter feet, if he just did it then you could say, it's just an innocent thing. You know what? I mean. I mean, I can't make any excuses. I don't even know this guy, but everybody acts like an idiot when they're trying to get in a live shot. Yes. Well, I whether it's being racist or not you're a buffoon. Yep. Whether you're trying to say FM writing the P or something else who got gotta live. Hello. I'm learning. Did you? Hi, how are you? I'm Brian what's up Brian? You guys have you ever seen the Amazon state university hand signed a us at sporting events football games. Goodness. No. I don't know if you're allowed to say it, it's the if you if you're gonna say, you don't know if you're allowed to say it, then you're probably not allowed to playing basketball games. And they'll have like somebody coming out of a shower to try to distract the free throw shooter. But that's a good left. Some colleagues junior live. Uh-huh. Hello from the eight. Oh, six. Oh, hey, sorry. To realize you're talking to. Yeah. Man. What's up? So when you hear about this report that various things, whatever it is always say, they said that this was racist face that we know who's a quote unquote day is I mean, just kind of obscure, I I don't know what just like they kind of pulled us out of their books. Well, again, the fact that a man who massacred fifty people then flashed it in a courtroom, you know, that gave rise to it and that gave legitimacy to it as a racist symbol, there's nothing more racist executing people because they are of another color. Right. Thank you. Well, that wasn't very nice. This is the this is the era Zona state hand symbol, by the way. Yeah. Shocker it's meant to be a pitchfork or a Trident, which is what's their mascot, the devil. Hold. So kind of shocker it's a shocker. What are they gonna have to get so mad tell me? I don't I don't think people have a plan for when it goes awry. Back into a corner. You know, he's he's like a wild animal. But if I back. Yeah, the corner fight your way out fairly don't kick me in the balls to live a low, please. What's up? What symbol wasn't just the deal? Campbell turned upside down like when used to play the finger game, you know, when you when you make a little oak Dokie upside down, and then if somebody looked then you get to punch him. Senator played that game. Is it? Okay. Normal assigned for now. That's okay. But I I would I would if it's me I'm staying away from any combination of your your forefinger and thumb touching each other. And then the w being thrown up. I would just unless you're course, hard of hearing which in which case, well, then you're not listening to me right now. Anyway, I can't raise his people just not have simple, just go. I raise his time racist, and then we can have all of our hand signals back like just wear shirt. I'm racist Puerto right out there. Let's not be subtle about it. Well, they already are. They want people to have to guess, they want people to have to wonder I'm only showing this. So I don't say it on the air. Okay. All right. Don't seventy seven five seven nine hundred five at eight hundred seventy seven. What are you? What are you right on the paper job? Well, no. Come on. He's not that's not funny. And that's that's a fact you would even correlate the two is actually offensive and I'm going to leave early now too. I below. Hey, what's up, dude? I want I want the girl. Nope. Out. How can help you? Hey, I'm in the lobby waiting for that BTS seventy seven five seven hundred to five that is actually the ideal. Give digress. Call gifted portion of the show. Are you call? We put you live on the air today being brought to you by pro flowers mother's day is this Monday this Sunday. And if you haven't taken care of your mom, yet, what is wrong with you, your mom took care of you. You think she wanted to clean up your sped up? You think she wanted to make you clean your room or you get grounded? No..
Hepatitis A cases soar past 1,000 in Florida
"Florida has had a reported one thousand thirty seven cases of hepatitis A. This year nearly double the amount reported for all of two thousand eighteen health officials say the outbreak started last year when the state had five hundred forty eight cases that was more than double the two hundred seventy six cases in two thousand seventeen and way more than one hundred twenty two cases in two thousand sixteen. The Tampa Bay area has been hardest hit since the beginning of twenty Pinellas county led the state with three hundred thirty two cases, followed by Pasco county with two hundred seventy seven cases, then he had Orange County next at one hundred eighty five and Hillsborough with one hundred sixty nine. So before we get into new information about local cases in one aspect of the story. That is troubling me. Thanks to some really great reporting by ABC action news for those who don't know much about the disease. Here's what you need to know to what is hepatitis A. According to the CDC, it's usually transmitted person to person through the feet goal oral roots or consumption of contaminated, food or water. So if the infected person doesn't like thoroughly wash their hands after using the restroom never a problem for me. Washed my hands in news purell, the traces of feces can transfer to objects food drinks or drugs. They touch the virus. Then spreads from person to person if the contaminated food drink object or drugs are ingested the virus can also spread during close contact like sex as for preventing the spread of the disease, the two best and most simple ways to stop the spread through vaccination, and washing your hands thoroughly after using the restroom which you should be doing any pretty good at I now, I can tell you
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Two year old Travis love of Sumpter county was spotted driving a stolen car in Inverness in citrus county when he was approached by two deputies one on foot, and then another in a car everyday say he tried to run them over the highway patrol then picked up the chase. And love it allegedly shot at the windshield of the trooper's car. News channel eight's Gabriel. Shirley, says this isn't the first case involving love it he faced similar charges in January of this year, stealing a car and driving it recklessly through multiple counties. Love it was arrested for vehicle theft in Sumner county in February of twenty fifteen one month earlier at the age of eighteen a wrong way crash involving it in Pasco county. He was accused of crashing a car into a home taken to the hospital with serious injuries. He now faces numerous charges Senator Rick Scott, speaking out about a Bill that would ban sanctuary cities in Florida Scott tells NBC Miami the law is not necessary for soft there should be a sanctuary city. The concept of sanctuary city makes no sense. We our country of laws this is a country where we all have to comply with the law. No city has a chance to comply with the law. You don't have a chance to not comply with the law. The Senate passed a Bill on Friday involving banning sanctuary cities in Florida, and it's expected to be signed by governor disad. Jurors in a controversial stand your ground case in Pinellas county. We'll hear from witnesses who had similar run-ins with Michael Drako prior to a deadly parking lot shooting in July Drake is accused of shooting. Markey's mcglockton after an argument between mcglockton girlfriend and Drake over being parked in a handicapped space. The judge had one question for attorneys before making his decision. Just a great law guy who is trying to protect the disable. Or is. He just to.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Forty-six year old Texas democrat announced today, he's officially a candidate for the twenty twenty democratic ticket. Rourke begins a three day swing through Iowa today less than a year before that state's nominating caucuses one of the people charged in the national college emissions cheating scandal is Mark Redel. An administrator at the IMG academy in Bradenton the Harvard. Grad has been suspended by the school following allegations that he took exams for students. Now rebel says he made a big mistake in the one page statement from his Tampa attorney's office. Mark Redel apologizes for his role in the far reaching college admissions cheating scandal, I understand how my actions contributed to a loss of trust in the college. Admissions process quotes rebel it his statement. He takes full response. Ability, but denies bribing. Anyone the suspended IMG academy director ends his statement by maintaining that he has quote, legitimately counseled inspired and helped more than a thousand students. Sharon, Parker NewsRadio. WFL? Meanwhile, actress Laurie Laughlin day is free on bond after facing charges and the college entrance scandal. The judge in Los Angeles said bond for the full house star at one million dollars for the second time in less than a month. A Pasco county city leader is accused of a crime FDLE arrested port Richey acting mayor Terrance row on charges that include obstruction of Justice row became acting mayor after mayor Dale massad was arrested three weeks ago for practicing medicine without a license. Investigators say the charges against Roe involved interfering with the arrest of massad role bounded out of jail morning. The president's grounding of all Boeing seven thirty-seven jets could be a major disruption to air travel. Emily nips Tampa. The international airport says it has not been a big problem impacts are really are fairly minimal. We see right now on during the month of March less than two percent of our daily operation to use the max planes that have been grounded Saint Pete Clearwater airport says it's not impacted by these seven thirty-seven grounding. It's nine oh, four weather is next. Did you lose a lot of money on the market last year? You obviously, we're not listening to me. I'm Ted web. Not just a spokesman for Graham capital advisors. But a client as well David Graham had been predicting the market correction for a long time. He'd been warning that the current bull market was in its tenth year and the average business cycle lasts about five and a half years. Don't lose any more money, especially if you're close to retirement, or if you're retired.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And we've got a very special guest joining us right now. We just got word that the very popular show live PD, featuring the Pasco county sheriff's office that they're not going to be a part of it any longer and sheriff Chris nocco joins us right now. And sheriff this is a big big deal because people have really fallen in love with the Pasco county sheriff's department on the in the network. I mean, the red hair very high ratings, and you guys have gotten an awful lot of attention. It's funny for what we do every day going out there, you know, protecting lives and doing things that this ally PD thing, you know, take off the way does and the reaction. And honestly, I think ninety nine percent direction has been very positive know upsetting that you know, we wish we could see more you guys. But same time understanding that, you know, thanks for all you do. There was a, you know, the one percent that was very irate with us. But at the same time, as you know, we thank me. And it's been a great partnership. And you know, we're looking forward we're going to be working with a on different projects. But the other side of it is we're actually going to be more out there after we're done with the show. Then before we're gonna be doing more tweet along starting this weekend. We're gonna be riding. Our public information officers we riding with the deputies, and it's going to be more interactive than what you see on the show because you're going to actually be able to ask the deputies questions why they're riding what they're doing. And ask them why they took the action they did. And so we think. Is actually gonna be more interactive? And more of a better experience for those. That are intern with the pastor sheriff's office. Whoa. Sheriff nocco are you telling me they're going to be tweeting and driving now. No, not the deputy the. Bill bill. We're gonna make sure we do not want to strike the driving. This is actually a public information officer riding in the car with the deputies, and you know, we do the sweet along now. But what we're trying to do is make them more interactive and do on Friday night Saturday night. That's cool. People think it's more busy. But we just know there'd be more people are able to be at home and interact with our deputies. So they will be getting the exposure through Twitter rather than a. Yes. Through Facebook Twitter now tick, tock Instagram, we have all the media platforms are going to be on working with. But yes, I think there's a lot of people at home that probably won't get those questions. And that's why our public information officers during the show, we'll try to answer stuff, but they're not actually went to that body. So we think this is more interactive where you know, if somebody makes an arrest if somebody just give somebody a warning, you know, depending on what the action is citizens can ask why did you do what you did? Because you know, why law enforcement is one of the most misunderstood professions because unfortunately, in Hollywood with our shows doesn't portray what really goes on on the streets. Yeah. That's well that could be but y'all certainly have gained a lot of popularity nationwide. As a part of this show, the live PD. Yeah. You know? That's definitely true. Is you know, we had an event, and it's it's funny because the Tourism Council here co county did a study I never thought that you know, it in our community in the best ally. And when the study came back, it was actually the opposite of it either. You know, people were positive about it or they're in different. There was not really negative action. But I think it shows the nation, you know, one that mental health and substance abuse are the two of the leading causes of issues law today to we have to deal with on the streets, and there was a huckster issues. And the second thing is, you know, the support from across the country has been unbelievable. We have five thousand people show up to an event to see some of our deputies. They came from Canada, California, all across the country. And it just shows that there is a strong support for law enforcement out there because they want communities we say real quickly. How did you all get selected in the first place? Couple years ago. We've been on the show for two years. Now, we already second longest running agency on the show, and they just reached out because of our social media presence. Because of what we've done out there that they just wanted to be you know, if they can hear us on the show in Brussels about transparency and I give our coordinator Information chase. chasing, a lot of credit because he's pushing working as Asian transparency of who we are with our body worn cameras, and this is just an extension of our body. One cameras as people can see directly what our members are doing out there. So I I think swore members because of what we're doing out there transparency, and I think that's what brought us. Well, sure, if we appreciate your joining us on AM Tampa Bay look for you on Twitter in the future. Thanks a million. Yes. Thank you all very much sheriff, Chris nocco here. The Pasco county sheriff that's got an awful lot of attention because of because of that show the live PD show, it's eight forty five on AM Tampa Bay. If you have any comments you want to make eight hundred nine six nine nine three five two and we go to the newsroom and John Conrad. A voluntary recall is being issued for some cooler is after a pumpkin beach boy locked himself inside one by accident. The five year old was hiding in the cooler on March second when the top drop down and locked his family was able to get him out quickly. After hearing him scream, the igloo marine, elite seventy-two court, cooler and three other igloo products are now recalled Opole county woman is dead after going scuba diving off Pinellas county fifty four year old Kimberly hosts of lakeland was diving with her boyfriend off Saint Pete beach when she reported her gear wasn't working, right. She was helped back on board the boat and was being taken back to shore when she lost consciousness. She was taken to the hospital where she passed away and autopsies pending heart attacks will strike more people today there's around a twenty four percent jump in heart attack cases reported.
"pasco county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"LLC five inmates have overdosed, including one who died inside the Pasco county jail and land-o-lakes this past week. The death of a Pasco county jail in made is one of five recent meth overdoses at the jail sheriff Chris nocco says the meth was smuggled into the jail by one inmate then distributed. This is very dangerous situation that we do with all the time. We do it on the street, and we do it now in the jail to nocco says the meth was likely smuggled in the inmates body cavity all were given Narcan but in spite of several doses. The one inmate could not be saved nocco says there is a protocol at the jail that prevents contraband from getting into the jail, and it works nearly always. But he says there is obviously room for improvement. Nothing is ever one hundred percent fail-proof nothing. Unfortunately, we're always trying to find her own our own vulnerabilities. How can we approve on? And this is unfortunately, one of those situations that a little tiny bit can cause a lot of damage. It's very tough. Sharon parker. Newsradio WFL. A it did more damage to Florida tourism in some places in the Gulf oil spill. So the latest report and red tide comes most welcome to the Gulf Coast, the latest Steph WC report finds no traces of the toxic algae along the shores of Pinellas Hillsborough, and Sarasota counties only background levels were detected in manatee and Collier counties with background, medium concentrations in Lee, and Charlotte counties. Sarasota tourism officials said during the last quarter of two thousand eighteen red tide was responsible for the biggest drop in hotel occupancy since nine eleven Recco show, NewsRadio WFL a the lightning did not score in the sixty minutes to their game or the five minutes of overtime, but still beat the islanders. Thanks to one goal in an overtime shootout. Bolts Goldie Andrei vasilevskiy saved every shot he faced in the game. And in the shootout as the lightning escaped with a one to nothing win. They play again tonight in the New York area. In fact in New York City against the Rangers game. APN here it here on NewsRadio. WFL a pre game coverage starts at seven thirty. It's coming up on eleven of four whether snacks when it.
"pasco county" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In the low sixties now, I'm a gentleman from the land of the palm trees, I'm not built for this. This is not how I want to live my life. I it's scary, man. I'm just here to tell you. I don't know how you people in Michigan do this. I don't know how you people in Indiana or Manny so cold in Ohio. My son is in New York and he's freezing. My daughter is in Kansas and she's freezing. I'm in Florida in it's going to be sixty one tomorrow. And I I don't know if I'm gonna leave the house man is just that that intense. I I have to leave the house. I've got a very very busy day tomorrow. I have to go and I have to go to Newport, Richie, Florida, which is in Pasco county, Florida. And if you watch live PD Pasco county is one of the sheriffs offices that they go to and it is just I never miss it. I put it on the DVR, and then I fast forward and just go to the Pasco things, you know, hoping that I will in a six sort of way. I guess hoping that I will see somebody that I know. But anyway, I'm going up there because a company sprayed a lawn with a liquid fertilizer and supposedly an insecticide and a weed control and the lawn is an acre and a half law big. I have not seen it yet. It's a big one acre and a half, and it is almost dead, and I have been hired to go up there. And look at it and give my opinion as to what happened, and this is going to be one of those scary things that I don't like. To do. But when you and I wanna talk about diagnosing problems on any type of a plant. It could be a tree it could be a lawn. It could be a vegetable it could be a house plant. I learned this a million years ago from a guy by the name of Gil Whitten who was the county agent in the county that I live in in the sixties and seventies man was just absolutely brilliant. I think he may have retired. And I don't know nineteen in the early eighties is when he retired. But just one of the best mentors I ever had. And he taught me that when you look at a problem. He says a lot of people run into a situation where they just get up and they get right down. And look at the problem. He said never do that never ever ever. Should you look at a plant up close until you looked at it from far and. I thought that was weird dumb. But then I said, no grasshopper. It is not he didn't call me grasshopper. And he says you wanna look at the whole plant. You know, what the plant is going to look like in this case, it's going to be lawn. I don't launch supposed to look like so, but there's a problem you look at it from a distance, you see the problem, and then he said slowly, and I've always done this since he taught me this you slowly start working your way in you notice difference in coloration from one part of the plant to the other part of the plant. You look for evidence of insects. You look for all these things until you start closing in on the problem. And by the time, this is almost always true by the time. You are right there in the middle of it. All right there in the thick of the problem. So they say then you discover what is going on almost always this works almost always you. Discover what. It is going on once you have accomplished that little thing. And I it always works for me. So tomorrow when I go to look at this one acre lawn. A gated community up there. And by the way, I have to be there to specific time in the gate. People are waiting for me and all of this type of stuff to let me in the first thing I'm going to do is I'm going to park. Maybe a house your soul way. And then I'm going to just slowly start walking up and seeing what I see from a distance and just start calculating in my mind, what could be going wrong. Now, they've told me they think this lawn care company. Messed it up, and they very well. Could have it could be very easily that the lawn care company mess it up and truthfully probably is. But it also could be something else. It could be a disease the lawn could have gotten rise October NIA, and then or could ahead rising Tonia before the guy put fertilizer down. And if it had rise Tony before the guy put fertilizer down the nitrogen fertilizer makes the rise. Tony is spread. It's crazy. But who knows? But here's what I'm going to be looking for. I'm gonna be comparing this lawn to the lawn next to it. I'm going to be looking very closely to see what this lawn looks like compared to the neighbors. I'm going to see if there's an overlap in the neighbor's yard compared to this one tour. There's some damage that has overlapped and I want to see if there's a pattern to that overlap. This is all before I even set foot on the yard. This is what I'm going to be looking for. And if I see that that's going to answer question. Because one of the things I've learned is if you're going to solve a horticultural problem a plant problem, and I guess this works for any kind of problem in your life. Stop that slap myself. No, you ask questions success comes from asking the right questions. And the right question is anything that you don't know anything? But, you know, find a lot of things to ask questions about when I'm talking to somebody when somebody asked me what kind of tree should they plant? I've you know, what I I have fifteen questions for them before I answer their question because what kind of tree they should plant depends on a whole budget stuff in this situation. I'm going to be walking up looking at it. And then I'm going to be asking a lot of questions when you know when was wont planted. How old is it win was the application that you're concerned about done. Do you have a service ticket from the company that explains what they did? And all this, by the way. Here's the fun. Fact, the guy that owns the lawn care company is going to be there when I get there. So I'm going to talk to him. And here's another fun. Fact, I know the guy as a matter of fact, the I taught a recertification class several years ago that this guy was in and the guy's got an excellent reputation. This is why I don't rush to anything give the guy has an excellent excellent reputation and sometimes bad things happen. Let me give you an example, sometimes bad things happen. In the eighties. We owned a lawn care company that took care of plants and lawns and things like that. My brother came to work with us. And I was teaching him. How to do all my older, brother? He'd just gotten out of the navy, and he wanted to learn this, and we had a we had a warehouse where we kept everything. And I said we sent him out to spray a bunch of I taught him how to spray lawns. And we were going out to spray launch. And we were spraying the one, by the way, I'm pretty careful. We're spraying lawn. With liquid iron. Insecticides because it was changed bug season. And that is essentially what we're spraying lawn with a liquid iron because it was in the summertime we didn't need to fertilize what we needed that iron. Well, the iron was in five gallon jugs, and it had green labels. Well, guess what else was in five gallon jugs with Cree with green labels, a two four insecticide combination? And my brother made a mistake. He was supposed to put in the it was a five hundred gallon tank. And I think he was supposed to put four gallons of the iron in that five hundred gallon tank. The iron that we were using he's supposed to put four gallons in there. He put four gallons of two forty weed killer in there, and he went out there, and he sprayed seven lawns with that mix. Seven months. And a week later. I started getting phone calls all of the lawns had damage all the lawns. Look like they were going to die. It was a mistake. Why brothers not stupid my brothers? Very smart. He went, and I'm trying to figure out how this happened because as soon as I got out there, and I took a look look from a distance and started walking up. I realized that it was herbicide Davidge, and we weren't using herbicide. And I was just very curious. I said I will get to the bottom of this. And then I went back to our warehouse, and I found the five gallon jugs of iron, and I saw mixed upon them an empty five gallon jug of the two forty weed killer. Boom. I solved the problem. Well, I solve I discovered what had happened solving. The problem. Took a lot more. It took a little bit more effort than that. We brought all those lawns back, but we made a lot of people unhappy, but it was a mistake and mistakes happen. So this is how we do things we go slow we lean into and we discover, and.
Chick-fil-A named Americans’ favorite fast-food restaurant
"A the man accused of intentionally running down a new tampa family was in a hillsborough courtroom today mckee's moore's asked that orlando attorney james smith defend him against charges of first degree murder and attempted murder after the hearing morse's mother said the system failed her mentally ill son this situation much about the failures and i'm so appalled that we had to just get private counsel for our son more charged with intentionally running over forty two year old pedro agwu berry killing him and injuring his two young sons two weeks ago hurricane barrel is heading west toward the lesser antilles and could strengthen a bit but weather channel meteorologist scott larimore says the first hurricane of twenty eighteen should weaken this weekend we do expect it to maintain its minimal hurricane status here throughout the day today and into the top of the weekend but then by saturday afternoon as it approaches some of the island chain expected to weaken it's a ford speed a little bit and so it will be a rainmaker and a wind maker for the caribbean there are more says there's also another disturbance off the carolinas that will probably become a tropical storm but stay off shore as it moves northward the number of illegal immigrants trying to cross the us mexico border was down eighteen percent in june new data from us customs and border protection shows apprehensions were down for the fiscal year that ended june thirtieth the trump administration says the zero tolerance policy is keeping migrants away but some analysts say captures along the southwest border have been historically low for the past five years the labor department says two hundred thirteen thousand jobs were created in june but the unemployment rate rose two tenths of a percent to an even four percent feeding alligators may have encouraged an attack on a horse in pasco county mike santos says his twenty one year old horse crown suffered a large gash on his hind quarters after going into a pond akuila off santo believes that people have been feeding the gator that attacked his horse have wc says alligators can overcome their natural wariness of humans when they are fed and that can make them aggressive it is illegal to feed an alligator in florida tonight's chris brown concert admit florida amphitheater is still on according to the singer's instagram account brown was arrested in west palm beach last night on a warrant out of hillsborough county he's charged with felony battery for allegedly punching a photographer at a tampa nightclub in april of two thousand seventeen this isn't brown's first brush with the law he pled guilty to felony assault for beating up then girlfriend riana in two thousand nine and was arrested in two thousand sixteen for assault with a deadly weapon elvis costello has cancelled the rest of his european tour the british singer songwriter announcing today that he is recovering from surgery for what he described as a small but very aggressive cancer the sixty three year old said he has to accept it's going to take longer than he would have liked to recover his full strength well when it comes to america's favorite fast food restaurant burgers just aren't king anymore for the third year in a row chickfila is number one among america's fast food restaurants according to.
Maryland newspaper shooting suspect not cooperating
"To a nationwide service outage in a statement the company said one of its large backbone network partners had a fiber cut that had affected businesses and residential internet video and voice customers comcast has reportedly seen spikes in reported outage since noon today other service providers like spectrum and various other websites including facebook amazon google net flicks have also seen spikes in reported outages over the last twenty four hours it's still unclear what's causing those outages but cell florida appears to be among the worst hit regions the company said they're working to get service restored as soon as possible a pasco county man confronted to deputies outside his mobile home north of zephyr hills last night and it cost him his life deputies were called by a friend of fifty four year old james palmquist they were told he had taken one hundred pills in an attempt to end his life when they arrived deputies say palmquist fired a gun at them and they shot back sheriff chris nocco says the deputies tried to reason with palmquist of fortunately this is one of those times that had a tragic ending because you'll never hear about the times we were able to get that person to help that they need it this is a situation person made a decision that he was going to die whether or not by his own hand through the pills but through law for some by shooting at us sergeant chad tad lock and deputy errands ziegler we're not hurt they are on paid administrative leave pending the investigation police in anna rondo county maryland say the suspect in the mass shooting at the capital gazette newspaper office in annapolis yesterday afternoon is refusing to cooperate and had done something to his fingers to prevent them from taking fingerprints but chief timothy ultima says they id thirty eight year old gerald ramos with facial recognition software we were able to use that and a couple of other techniques to make sure we knew who the bad guy was i will not say his name today i refuse to do it i wish you wouldn't do it but i know better he doesn't deserve us a talk about him one more second l tomorrow said ramos used a pump action shotgun to kill five people and injured two others ultramar said the gun had been legally purchased a year ago he said ramos had made threats against the paper dating back to twenty thirteen but newspaper officials declined to press charges travelling by air over the extended fourth of july holiday as they say pack your patience tsa says it expects to screen two point seven million passengers today which would be the most for a single day ever the transportation safety administration expects this to be the busiest time of the travel year even aaa predicts this fourth.
Gunman angry at Maryland newspaper kills five in targeted attack
"A news is a service of the duncan duo social media posts of the alleged gunman in the deadly shooting at a newspaper office in maryland show a long history of complaints and legal actions against the paper the suspect in the attack on the capital gazette has been identified as thirty eight year old jared ramos he pleaded guilty to harassing woman who we went to high school with he was angry and individual as i've ever seen attorney brennan mccarthy says jared ramos tormented his client for years she lost her job because she lost her job because of this individual he's malevolent he forwarded a letter to her employer basically stating that she was bipolar and a drunkard which is ridiculous mccarthy says the harassment and stalking began around two thousand nine after they became friends on facebook in twenty eleven she took him a court where he pleaded guilty to criminal harassment and was placed on eighteen months probation chip reid reporting according to the gazette which published a paper this morning despite the murders ramos sued the paper it's publisher and a reporter for defamation over the story involving the guilty plea to criminal harassment in orlando during a nationally televised debate the gop candidates for florida governor rast about how they felt about donald trump's upcoming summit with ladimir putin and how he trusted putin when he said there was no meddling in the us election florida congressman ron to santa said he had no doubt putin was nowhere near being model citizen i think they're always up to no good and i think that they tried to do cyber stuff in our election but that's much different than saying that there was collusion between trump's campaign and russia agriculture commissioner adam putnam was asked the same question he said he believed trump would be able to hold his own against putin and the upcoming summit and he was more focused on florida i last night's debate aired on fox news and right here on newsradio nine seventy wfl a the pasco county sheriff's office says investigators believe they know more about the car that could be connected to the murder of a construction worker vehicle of interest at this time and we did captured on surveillance video from a camera within the community a two thousand seventeen two thousand eight black ford fusion hybrid car melanie snow with the pasco sheriff's office says on wednesday fortysix year old johnny alvarez was killed after two men walked up to him on a job site and shot him at pointblank range a hearing that was scheduled for today on whether these suspected seminal heights serial killer is mentally competent to stand trial has been delayed attorneys for howell donaldson the third have asked hillsborough circuit judge mark wolf to allow them to get a second opinion on a mental exam of donaldson the request was granted so donaldson's competency hearing has been rescheduled to take place in a month there's no word what conclusions the first expert reached on donaldson's competency he is facing four counts of first degree murder for.