21 Burst results for "Santa Rosa County"
"santa rosa county" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"An armed suspect is in custody after barricading himself in a four management Donald's According to Lee county sheriff Carmen Marcelo the suspect got into a confrontation and began shooting at officers and deputies before retreating into the restaurant saw a team members eventually used tear gas to get the suspect to come out sheriff Marcelo made sure to warn potential criminals Go somewhere else We are not going to tolerate that here zero tolerance You want to be a thug You go to prison here if you're lucky Leave our county while you can The suspect was taken to a local hospital due to minor injuries and was then taken to jail A 71 year old security guard at Miami high school has been arrested on charges of lewd conduct with a 15 year old student according to an arrest report George florencio Marcia was arrested after allegedly making inappropriate comments to a female student in addition to hugging the victim and touching her leg Marcia has denied the charges and claims he is well liked by students at green spring high school And era is ending in Pensacola where the gulf breeze flea market is closing after this weekend The 35 acre flea market on U.S. 98 and midway has been open for 28 years The owner sold the property several years ago when the Santa Rosa county school district signed a contract to buy the property the fully market owners hoped to lease a portion of the land but school officials told the flea market owners last Friday they wouldn't offer a lease There's a shortage of truck drivers across the country including Florida in order to fill the gap road master is currently accepting new applicants into their driver's course Student driver Michael Johnson spoke to Fox 35 and says he's excited to start working once he completes the program They're amazing They do it they do a lot for our world They travel everywhere I just want to be a part of that According to the.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"An armed suspect is in custody after barricading himself in a four Meyers McDonald's According to Lee county sheriff Corman Marcelo the suspect got into a confrontation and began shooting at officers and deputies before retreating into the restaurant saw a team members eventually used tear gas to get the suspect to come out sheriff marsano made sure to warn potential criminals Go somewhere else We are not going to tolerate that here zero tolerance You want to be a thug You go to prison here if you're lucky Leave our county while you can The suspect was taken to a local hospital due to minor injuries and was then taken to jail A 71 year old security guard at a Miami high school has been arrested on charges of lewd conduct with a 15 year old student according to an arrest report George florencio Marcia was arrested after allegedly making inappropriate comments to a female student in addition to hugging the victim and touching her leg Marcia has denied the charges and claims he is well liked by students at green spring high school An era is ending in Pensacola where the gulf breeze flea market is closing after this weekend The 35 acre flea market on U.S. 98 and midway has been open for 28 years The owner sold the property several years ago when the Santa Rosa county school district signed a contract to buy the property the flea market owners hoped to lease a portion of the land but school officials told the flea market owners last Friday they wouldn't offer a lease There's a shortage of truck drivers across the country including Florida in order to fill the gap road master is currently accepting new applicants into their driver's course Student driver Michael Johnson spoke to Fox 35 and says he's excited to start working once he completes the program They're amazing They do it they do a lot for our world They travel everywhere I just want to be a part of that According to the.
Caller Describes 'American Marxism' Flying off the Shelves in San Francisco
"I'm tremendous mark on the thank you for this book. I have to tell you two quick stories. One, uh, when I was in Barnes and noble this morning, and I went down to get it. That was my mission, And I asked the guy behind the counter where it was, and he'd be grudgingly pointed across the room. You know, it's right there, not really giving me much much service, and as I walked over, this was the best part. The guy, another worker at Barnes and Noble how to stack of him and he had to be. He was putting them on the shelf as the line I waited on in four or five people pull them off the shelf. The book I have in front of He was not on the shelf 30 seconds. And just I think it drives them crazy at Barnes and Noble. I'm in the belly of the beast. You know where I am. Santa Rosa County or Healdsburg, North San Francisco. Um And it was literally literally flying off the shelf. I mean, people were there to buy that book. So, uh, I was only up to about page 166, where you talk about Thomas Soul in the quest for cosmic justice, and I had to jump ahead when we When you talked about Chapter seven, I read a lot of political science books. It's what my education is in particularly interested in progressivism and the destructive nature. It has toward our founding principles, and I can't recommend this enough for people. That, um, are interested in this thing interested in saving our country because I have never, ever read a, uh, a chapter like we just went over. You just went over and the way you lay the groundwork for the war we're in And I'm I had never thought of these things that you mentioned the back of this book or Chapter seven. The one you just went over and I read with you. You You read it on the air. Um, brilliant things that the things that I have never seen that I've read thousands of political science books. Well, maybe not
"santa rosa county" Discussed on WTVN
"Panhandle parts of Alabama cleaning up after Tropical Storm Sally dump rain by the foot. ABC is Rob Marciano in Pensacola in Escambia County, Florida More than 150 people rescued from one neighborhood alone Civilian Samaritans joining the effort in Santa Rosa County across the region. More than a half a million losing power divers have found what they believe is the wreck of a U. S. Navy. Submarine the U. S has granted dear Lost 77 years ago in Southeast Asia in World War two. They've sent the Navy photos and other evidence for a verification. You're listening to ABC news. Do you check news Radio, 6, 10 w TV and malice and Wiant. It looks like Ohio State will be playing football this year is the big 10 reversed course and now plans to start the season in late October. T be ableto look These guys in the eye and let them know that they have an opportunity to play in that. There. There there fight. They have something to show for it. Now you know all the work that they put in now they have a chance to go play and they never, they never wavered. And they just kept swinging that that was our mindset during this whole time. Just keep fighting. Just never know what tomorrow's gonna bring Head Coach Ryan Day excited to get back on the field. The emergence of rapid testing may have triggered that new vote for the league to proceed. Big 10, chancellors and presidents voted unanimously to return to action. October 23rd after making several changes to help protocols, including more testing, data collection and analysis. Northwestern football coach Pat Fitzgerald really excited to be back? I'm excited for our parents and our families and our fans. And like you said, there's no more group on more excited for them than our players. The plan is for an eight game regular season. Any player who tests positive for covert 19 will have to sit out at least 21 days before returning to the field. Ryan Burrow ABC News Chicago Things will kick off the weekend of October 24th. But fans so far are not allowed to attend any of the big 10 games. The Ohio Department of Health, says Franklin County He has returned to the top 10 counties in the state now for the highest spread of covert 19. New data released on Tuesday showed. Franklin County is the seventh highest county for the most cases per 100,000 people. Meanwhile, high schoolers are being sought This timeto work the polls on Election Day amidst the pandemic. They may not be old enough to vote in this year's election. But Ohio Secretary of State Frank the Rose has put out a call for 17 year old residents. The service poll workers as concerns have grown that older Ohioan to make up a majority of poll workers. Not serve this November due to the coven 19 pandemic. Not only can the younger poll workers make between 101 $150. They can also receive community service hours extra credit in school and it could provide a boost to their college applications on Sean Gallagher. Early voting in Ohio is set to begin on October. 6th. Meanwhile, the secretary of state's office says they've already received over 1.3 million absentee ballot applications. The Ohio Department of Health sent out an alert about the upcoming flu season, admits the pandemic advising all Ohioans to get their yearly flu shot as soon as possible. I'm Alison Wyatt, no one should face a crisis alone. Reaching out can be hard, but with help comes hope. If you are loved ones suffering from problems with drugs or alcohol,.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on AP News
"I'll try to keep that streak intact Thursday night. Otherwise, they're staring at a game seven against the Islanders. I'm Dave Ferrie. AP News I'm to McGuire Florida governor Rhonda Santa says Hurricane Sally has caused a lot of damage with its wind. But especially with his incredible storm surge and feet of rain. The impact of the storm has been severe. Particularly in areas like a scam be in Santa Rosa County and particularly with regard to flooding. Some areas have received up to 30 inches of rainfall with Mohr coming down through out this evening. Even as this storm moves into Georgia, the rain will continue to come down. Both were ripped from their moorings and Marina's from the western Panhandle to coastal Alabama. Some found well inland. The bars that broke free slammed into a support on a new bridge over Pensacola Bay, knocking out a section of that bridge. 20 Cannon is the mayor of Orange Beach, Alabama, which is just a few miles from Gulf Shores. Where the storm came ashore before dawn this morning, a good number of more likely home rescues rising water. We've brought him to our community center and sheltered them and they'll be there for a while, because most of it home still He'll reward. Sally has been downgraded to a tropical storm but is still powerful. 70 Mile an hour winds and heavy rain expected to cause problems from western Florida through southeastern Alabama into Georgia and eventually the Carolinas over the next several days on Capitol Hill, CDC director Dr Robert Redfield talked about the advantage.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Them at the dock, flattened palm trees, peeled away roofs, blew down signs and knocked out power to more than a half million. Homes and businesses, Sarah Walton reports. Hurricane Sandy made landfall in Alabama and the Florida Panhandle just before dawn on Wednesday morning. The slow moving storm has brought at least 15 inches of rain, combined with surging sea levels and rescues have been carried out from flooded homes along the Gulf shores. Police in Florida have warned that strong winds leading to hazardous flying debris and ask people to stay off the roads more than 500,000 customers have also lost power. The storm is now expected to head northwest towards Atlanta. I'm Sarah Walton in New York By early this afternoon, Sal ahead weakened into a tropical storm with winds down, too. 70 miles an hour. Showers still fell in parts of the stricken area this evening, and the storm was expected to generate heavy rain farther inland tomorrow as it moved over Alabama and into Georgia. Florida Governor Rick Dis Santis. The impact of the storm has been severe, particularly in areas like a scam be in Santa Rosa County and particularly with regard to flooding. Some areas have received up to 30 inches of rainfall, with more coming down throughout this evening, and even as the storm moves into Georgia The rain will continue to come down into our rivers to cause more flooding on potentially even necessitate further evacuations. Eso far nearly 600 search and rescue missions have been conducted. City officials in Orange Beach, Alabama, said they received 120 calls after midnight from people whose homes have been flooded by Hurricane Sally. The mayor said between 50 and 60. People were rescued, but there were also people they couldn't reach because of high waters. He said they were safe in their homes. Baldwin County Emergency management official Jenny Gray told CNN Rescue officials were prepared to move in as soon as the water receded. And it was safe to do so. The storm is still incredibly impacting our area, so the eye is moving across our county. We're still seeing tons of rain and wind all across our area. This important safety messages that we want to make sure that we convey to our people right now is Please stay who it we have serious conditions along the roadways and a lot of Road debris.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And weather. Thiss is news Radio Wofl, a Tampa and w X TV HD to Clearwater. Morning. I'm Chris Trunk Man in our top story at nine o'clock, the Hillsborough County School district is bleeding money and may have to lay off hundreds of employees. Superintendent Addison Davis says the costs of dealing with the Corolla virus combined with parents sending kids to charter schools and home schooling me in a variety of jobs could be lost so every job in this organization will be reviewed. So it's it's just not notice. Not one particular subgroup Davis as there could be a potential deletion of positions over a two year Period. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will be making a campaign stop in Tampa today. The former vice president will hold a roundtable event with veterans at Hillsborough Community College before heading to a Hispanic Heritage Month event in Kasumi. Lighten and running mate Kamala Harris are both trying to shore up support for their campaign among Hispanic voters where President Trump is leading in recent polling. Three people, including two brothers have been arrested in connection with the late August shooting along I four near, Mackintosh wrote. That left a 17 year old dead. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronis. Ter says the victim and others in the car were targeted. Was asked about a conflict with the suspect. Currently obviously some type of beef. Have to be something pretty significant to say. I See someone that we don't like on the interstate. Let's go ahead and opened fire and killed these individuals. 20 year old Jerry's Youngblood Junior, his 22 year old brother, Jar Keys and 20 year old Shack, Wandera Williams are all facing charges, read Shepherd News Radio Wofl, a Hurricane Sally is heading towards landfall on the northern Gulf Coast. Forecasters say some areas could see more than 20 inches of rain. Escambia and Santa Rosa County is in the Florida Panhandle are under a state of emergency Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news. I'm Chris trunk man. We all oven expert We've got a roof expert, a plumber. A great mechanic..
"santa rosa county" Discussed on Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
"Despite, apologizing and quickly leaving Leroy was eventually charged with intention to intimidate while armed with an offensive weapon. The Court Judge did accept his explanation, noting the person who had set it up had recently moved. police say the man who made the request did have a history of odd proclivities. Like masturbating curling tournaments. Okay it is weird. I've been. You really rattled that off fast. Well the BR brooming. I'M GONNA have to forward. You guys to the new address, so you have a whole day i. know this is going to kind of extend the time you allotted. Going to have to see if they allow me to have visitors here, but. You'RE GONNA have to clear security as I am now incarcerated. Joe. Exotic maybe headed for the Florida Panhandle The star the Netflix documentary series. Tiger king recently wrote a letter to the staff at Navarre. Liquors and Santa Rosa County that letter was in response to a letter that he had received from an employee. Joe Exotic is currently in a Texas. Prison in Joe Exotics letter, he says if fans push for a presidential pardon for him, his first show will be in Pensacola. He claims he's in talks for four movies once. He's out of jail which. Isn't it? To jail I was GONNA. Say the rest of his life based on his sentence. Which? Is a real possibility like strong possibility. He was arrested two years ago for plotting to kill Carol. Baskin, who runs big cat rescue in Tampa, he was sentenced to twenty two years. The liquor store employee who originally wrote to Joe Exotic tells the News Journal. She didn't expect them to reply, but she's glad. It's bringing a little humor in these times. Is it. Is it four different movies or is it? One Franchise in four installments is like to Tiger to king kind of thing. GonNa do sure. Him being a dirtbag in the same dirtbag throughout. A nice mark of movies, and he says he says there movies so. I. Don't know if they're scripted. Maybe, he can I doubt. It's going on Claude. Van Damme and do another. Team to. Finally some famous, Pittsburgh..
"santa rosa county" Discussed on The News Junkie
"Just a moment, a lot of people chiming in about this potential with question marks hanging all around dibs. Live broadcast next week, maybe with a very very very very small crowd, social distance broadcast, one of the first ever done. Maybe the first ever done in radio posts covid nineteen. We have one more person to get approval from. Crashing down on us, but people are starting to chime in here from you in just a second, but right now it's time for mother of the day mother of the day, and of course it's a Florida woman who is in this story. Never heard of Milton Florida. Anybody Know Milton Florida Is In like North Florida. Look Up, Milton Florida, authorities say Florida, woman. God, this is a tough one is accused of abusing threat. That Baghdad Florida is accused of abusing her fourteen year old adopted son Santa wasn't even joke with. Santa Rosa County, Sheriff Bob Johnson says it's the worst case of child abuse. He's encountered in his law enforcement career. Listen to this forty seven year old woman was arrested may charged with aggravated child abuse. She is accused of could got. They're terrible people out there. Beating, the boy with a dog chain. Cutting his arms and legs hold was, and he was fourteen years old is fourteen years old, and this one really gets me a little bit. Shipping his teeth off with pliers. Oh, what kind of human being does this stuff to this poor for? Adopted son, how long has this been going on? I mean this is not something when you find out that just started now and how as he been going to school? Or, these injuries not apparent to any authority that. Takes care of him when he's not with his abusive adoptive mom. Yeah, I don't know I'm sure they're looking into all of that stuff right now, but whenever I see these stories, I just go. How could a human being do that? To another person Milton Florida's about eighteen miles from Pensacola? Okay, so it's up near. Panhandle area of Florida, and that's where this woman was. She's forty seven. She has a fourteen year old adopted son. She's beating them with a dog chain, cutting his arms and legs and the real kicker. They're chipping his teeth with pliers. Thank God! They have rescued this kid from the grips of this mad woman, and hopefully she will serve a decent amount of time behind bars, because that's just disgusting behavior, and now it's time for a brand new segment. Up this week in annoying as hell animals. Up. This is this is such a weird thing. Every time I see these stories CICADAS are weird as hell, but you know cicadas, a little of the bugs.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on WTVN
"A Friday morning maybe eight Amtrak requiring all passengers inside trains buses and stations got to wear the facemask new rule goes into effect next week requiring a facial covering over the nose and mouth small children and people sitting alone or with a travel companion are exempt they've cut their train service by more than fifty percent during the pandemic and they've seen business drop by more than ninety percent top GOP senator says millions more tests are needed before the U. S. economy can open safely Senate health committee chair Lamar Alexander saying yesterday that testing will have to drastically increase as businesses schools and colleges re opening in the coming months currently we're doing about a quarter million tests per day in the U. S. Harvard researchers have recommended we increase that to about nine hundred thousand Texas governor Greg Abbott declaring all residents who violate local stay home orders will not face jail time as punishment the announcement comes after Shelly Luther that Dallas hair salon owner was sentenced to seven days behind bars for re opening her business the rest because the public backlash drew criticism from governor Abbott and lieutenant governor Dan Patrick who paid that Luther's seven thousand dollar fine Abbott says throwing Texans in jail who had their businesses shut down through no fault of their own is nonsensical and I will not allow it to happen the executive order retroactive back to April the second and really weird in Florida today when you think of for what do you think of beaches sunshine swamps alligators probably not wildfires but that's what they're dealing with in the panhandle this morning fires in Waltons and Santa Rosa county have forced about sixteen hundred evacuations so far destroyed more than forty five structures good news so far no deaths or injuries have been reported the Santa Rosa fire began as a controlled burn that grew out of control so far as covered more than two thousand acres the blaze about twenty percent contained Walton county fire about sixty five percent contained I guess in that part of the state other about eight inches below normal for rainfall and when you look out there all the sandy base you know it all drains really well anyway so it's super dry and that's what's causing the fires to roars so keep an eye on that as we go this morning sports not Michael joins me live from home again and that's been really fun you know with the NFL announcing the schedule of course all the Ohio football heads.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Three rounds at employee global police sergeant Ronnie back the employees both sixteen years old doctors say they'll recover the suspected shooter's been arrested in Indianapolis police say they shot and killed a man after he fled on foot following a high speed chase the victim was live streaming the entire thing on social media but we were made aware that there was a video that was posted on Facebook although the the officers and and the detectives have done their due diligence in preserving the evidence through the proper legal channels and if if it's associate there's information on that it's appropriate for the investigation of legalizing assisted Indianapolis Metropolitan Police chief Chris Bailey officers say the man fired at them and they returned fire the Pentagon deciding at least for now anyone who was taken seriously ill by the corona virus cannot join the military the defense official tells fox news interim guidance has been issued and it says anyone that's been hospitalized with covert nineteen will be medically disqualified and would need a service waiver to join the military also a memo from military entrance processing command was detailed by the military times Wednesday it says a reported history of confirm coping nineteen will be annotated as considered disqualifying all recruits are going to be screened for the virus in Washington chill NATO fox news big wildfire ranging in the Florida panhandle has burned about two thousand acres in Santa Rosa county another five hundred seventy five acres in Walton county hundreds of people forced to evacuate a Jack Callahan this is fox news all right.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"News like wildfire ranging in the Florida panhandle is burned about two thousand acres in Santa Rosa county another five hundred seventy five acres in Walton county hundreds of people forced to evacuate by Jack Callahan this is fox news W. C. B. M. Baltimore freeze warnings and frost alerts are up out to our west across parts of West Virginia and southern Ohio forty five here in town tonight with some rain showers coming to an end overnight mostly sunny as a not as cold Thursday high sixty seven afternoon rain showers on Friday with another cold front by sixty three degrees were all the way down to the thirties Friday night around thirty seven degrees and just a few degrees off our daily record one I'm Scott Laurie more the weather channel on talk radio six CD W. C. B. W. C. B. M. studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solutions visit safe retirement solutions dot com four one zero two six six eleven twenty for the best hits of the sixties ladies listen to music at home in the car or at work wake up with immersed in person and get ready hugs from Diane lane weekdays at six AM ten AM Baltimore's classic games are on ninety nine point nine FM in Harford county Q. thirteen seventy dot com thank you thirteen seventy mobile app and on music radio Q. thirteen seventy to talk to George Noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to all three from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype user Skype name George nine seven three one three St George's text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory call this hour we'll take your questions with David ditch field who had a near death experience and it just changed his life and also if you have had one share that story with us on coast to coast as these deaths continue to grow in nursing homes are becoming the new danger zones of the corona virus and now Greg Kelly is exposing the threat of nursing homes.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"At the Blackwater river correctional facility in Santa Rosa county have died from Corbett nineteen department of corrections officials say sixty nine year old inmate Jeffrey sand died April ninth eighty four year old black water inmate William Wilson died three days later Wilson and sand or the first to cope with nineteen related deaths among the states roughly ninety four thousand inmates there are twenty two thousand five hundred nineteen confirmed coronavirus cases in the state three thousand two hundred forty nine hospitalizations and six hundred fourteen deaths on the first day of Hillsborough County school system's food handout program over nine hundred thousand meals were provided but it ten school feeding sites families had to be turned away early because dozens of people took advantage of the program visiting multiple locations and loading up Hillsborough County schools supervisor Addison Davis it's a shame that our community members a few of our community members would go to multiple sites take food you know way from children and seek to build their financial portfolio on children who do not have food today Davis says some of the free food was seen offered for sale on social media sites one theme park expert believes the industry will bounce back quickly once the gates are opened as soon as they open I'm willing to bet my last dollar let people will start going with big numbers university of central Florida doctor A. because I'm a new look at covert nineteen numbers indicates the Tampa Bay area maybe closer to flattening the curve than other parts of the state the Tampa Bay partnership crunch the state's numbers and found the region's percentage of Florida's overall cases declined from almost seventeen percent March twentieth to just over eleven percent April tenth with Florida's news I'm John Conrad.
"santa rosa county" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else
"Both thirty four were pulled over in Santa Rosa County on Saturday after a trooper clock them going ninety five miles per hour on interstate. Ten on the state's panhandle. According to a Florida Highway Patrol arrest report the trooper determined. That Reinhardt was the subject of an active felony warrant for violation of probation in Orange County. He requested backup a Santa Rosa County. Sheriff deputy arrived to assist and a canine alerted to the presence of contraband in the vehicle. The arrest report said authorities found approximately seventy five grams of methamphetamine. One point three six kilograms of the date rape drug. Ghb One gram of cocaine. Three point six grams of Feno. Fifteen M D M eight tablets and drug paraphernalia. Both men were taken into custody and taken to jail. They were charged with trafficking and methamphetamine and GHB three counts of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Note to self. Do not traffic. You're legal narcotics and bags labeled bag full of drugs. Deputies wrote on facebook are canines can read jail. Records did not say whether the man had attorneys. Who would comment so? Did they have other bags in the car? Similar bags to the bags that have the drugs may be one bag. Had their lunch. Another bag had office supplies. Maybe a third bag had their grandmothers prescription medicine in it or something they were donating to the local nursing home. And they didn't want to get the bags mixed up and so rather than labeling the other bags they said the important one is the bag full of drugs. So let's let's label that one. It just makes me wonder about the future. Ladies and gentlemen it makes me wonder about our future and it makes me makes me a little sad. I learned something new every day. For example. Did you know that people are colder today than they were in the nineteenth century? It's true according to Ripley's believe it or not way back in eighteen fifty one.
United States Coronavirus Death Toll Now 17
"The death toll in the U. S. from the new coronavirus has risen to seventeen NPR's Jim Newman reports to Florida residents who tested positive have died the Florida department of health says both individuals were in their seventies and died following international trips although Florida officials have not said where they had traveled or if they had traveled together one patient was isolated in Lee County and the other in Santa Rosa county these are the first deaths attributed to the virus on the east coast the other deaths took place in California and Washington state Florida authorities say at least seven people in the state have tested positive for the virus including two new cases confirmed yesterday in Broward county those two patients are now in
Only In Florida: ‘Bag Full Of Drugs’ Actually Contained Illegal Drugs, Say Troopers
"Let's get a lot of talk today to Florida behind bars after troopers say they found them with a not so scant conspicuous bag filled with illegal drugs here's a tip if you're going to transport drugs don't do it in a bad that literally has bag full of drugs written on it but that's what happened in Santa Rosa county up in Florida's panhandle the Florida highway patrol posted the picture and story on their Facebook writing Santa Rosa canine deputies recently assisted FHP on a traffic stop on I ten or a large amount of narcotics were discovered they then went on to describe what the bag was labeled and added our canines can
"santa rosa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Consumers read is also focusing on the importance of the state's environment in the tourism and agricultural sectors of Florida's economy no charges are being filed against a man who shot and killed his son in law in the Florida panhandle the Santa Rosa county sheriff says Christopher Bergen went to his father in law's house earlier this week surprising for his birthday Richard Dennis shot burden after he jumped up from behind some bushes for the surprise a former Volusia county cop finds himself on the wrong side of the law Stephen Braddock was a sergeant on the port orange police force he surrendered this week after he's accused of stealing more than three hundred thousand dollars from his mother who suffers from dementia the US added a hundred thirty six thousand new jobs in September as the nation's unemployment rate fell to a fifty year low earning a thumb's up from university of central Florida Commish on Snape I don't what today's report the rule change my opinion very much at all about the state of the labor market you know they could still fundamentally strong you know the unemployment rate is extremely low three point five percent doctor state says the only red flag in the report was in job growth which increased by two point nine percent over the last year which is slower than previous months a Florida teacher at the center of a controversy over quiz question the call president trump has been disciplined the Palm Beach county school district says the Duncan middle school teacher didn't write the question yourself but she didn't carefully review the quiz download from a website officials didn't say what type of discipline was doled out before it is news I'm Sean fan nineteen reasons to quit tobacco save two thousand dollars in one year take a vacation to have an extra two thousand dollars and at an average of ten years to your life that's seventy in dog years that.
Florida man won’t face charges after shooting son-in-law who was in town for birthday surprise
"No charges are being filed against a man who shot and killed his son in law in the Florida panhandle the Santa Rosa county sheriff says Christopher Bergen went to his father in law's house earlier this week surprising for his birthday Richard Dennis shot burden after he jumped up from behind some bushes for the
"santa rosa county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"S word here in the sunshine state northern parts of Santa Rosa county in the panhandle such as the town of J or bracing for potential snow flurries and freezing rain over the next few days. It would be the first snow of the new year and the first measurable snow since the beginning of January last year when Tallahassee got almost a quarter inch of measurable snow as for Orlando. The last time it snowed was all the way back. On January nineteenth nine thousand nine hundred seventy seven Kevin refused. Ninety six point five WDBO the post office may deliver during snow rain, heat, but not a polar vortex. The US postal services spending delivering several states because of the freezing cold the areas impacted or Iowa, Minnesota, western Wisconsin and western Illinois. Yeah. I driver had to watch his car. Go up in flames. It fell nine stories down a parking garage elevator shaft. It's not about the car. It's not like money's. What is happening in Miami? As firefighters managed to put the fire out recovered. The wreck. Nobody was hurt. Opole county deputy says he shot and killed a canine that attacked him while he was feeding the dog the deputy recovering from surgery on his hand this morning. The sheriff's office says the deputy was taking care of the dog. Well, as normal handler was out of town recon had been with the department for three years and officials say they're not sure why he suddenly attacked the deputy recall tally about Tyson Foods ordering recalls more than thirty six thousand pounds of chicken nuggets. They're worried about contamination. The company says there are five pound plastic packages Tyson white meat panko, chicken nuggets may have trace amounts of rubber in back in November. We told you about the man who jumped into a crock exhibit at the zoo and Saint Augustine the update this morning. He'll spend a year in jail for the stunt Twenty-three-year-old. Brandon Hatfield was seen on surveillance video jumping right into the water with crocodiles at the Saint Augustine alligator farm won Krak bidding. On the leg. He escaped leaving behind blood and close in the enclosure and Hatfield was arrested the next day after someone saw him crawling on a yard. It is underwear. Gene Wexler, News ninety six point five WDBO time. Now, six thirty five twenty five minutes away from seven o'clock on Orlando's morning news. I'm Joe Kelley at.
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"Db. Oh, Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic twenty four hours a day. It starts now. Good morning. It's five thirty. The roads are dry and they're clear this morning. We don't have anything that's going to get in your way. At least not yet. Maybe when more traffic gets on the roadways. We'll have a few more issue's fifty degrees right now. Clouds, we're not going to get a whole lot warmer today. Our high today fifty seven. Stay in the fifties all day today. But at least it's not thirty two below zero. Like, it is in Fargo North Dakota right now, did you know that right now, it is colder in Manhattan than it is in Nome, Alaska. Wow. Top story this morning that chill is on again as you step out of the house. Our weather is balmy though compared to those subzero temperatures. They're getting in other parts of America. Just breathtakingly cold temperatures are making life miserable. Joe for more than three quarters of Americans, Chicago is forecasting a wind chill fifty below zero Thursday that means frostbite unexposed skin can begin in as little as five minutes. Emergency rooms already seeing an increase in cases, embracing for more in the days to come officials warning residents to not only bundle up, but to consider not going out at all until the dangerous temperatures and part of what is making this. Arctic cold so dangerous is how long it will linger here in Chicago, those bidder below zero. Wind chills could be around for more than eighty hours. Alex Perez ABC news, Chicago continuing our team coverage here in Orlando. Warmer weather is just around the core corners, we move closer to the weekend yet again, another coal for just pass by so four today. Temperatures stay in the fifties for highs a good fifteen degrees below average and tonight will of a mix of thirties and forties on the way, so cold again for tonight it won't last long temperatures bounced back by the weekend this weekend. Highs will be in the low to mid seventy s from channel nine eyewitness news. I'm meteorologist Brian shields. Now, the weather again causing airport delays this morning. Let's check him with relief to see what's going on at a. Yeah races. So far this morning. Thirty delays just this morning to and from Hawaii right now cancelled departures to Chicago and Milwaukee an hour delay to Omaha. I'm gonna keep you updated throughout the morning. They'll literally news ninety six point five WDBO. Hey, it's so cold cold jokes are coming into the open, Mike. It's so cold in central Florida. I saw a democrat with his hand. In his own pocket. More on the cold. And the present starts to send asylum seekers back. It's coming up on Ireland is morning news. This is news ninety six point five WDBO. We're we're Landau turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic on channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Highs today running in the fifties coming up how long some of this chilly weather will stick around overnight construction. I four westbound approaching four thirty four has a left lane blocked. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five w d be good morning. It's five thirty two. Now Twenty-eight minutes away from six you're listening to Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO. I'm Rika Puteaux, and I'm Marsha Taylor. And with freezing temperatures around the country and another cold front that we're talking about some places in Florida are watching for possible snow. Yes. The dreaded s word here in the sunshine state northern parts. Santa Rosa county in the panhandle such as the town of J or bracing for potential snow, flurries and freezing rain over the next few days. It would be the first snow of the new year and the first measurable snow since the beginning of January last year. When Tallahassee got almost a quarter inch of measurable. So as for Orlando. The last time it snowed was all the way back on January nineteenth nineteen seventy seven Kevin refused. Ninety six point five WDBO the post office may deliver during snow rain, heat, but not during a polar vortex US postal service suspending delivery in several states because of the freezing cold on the way in the mid western.
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"Something. I don't know. Why? Right. Investigators say her killing was a case of mistaken identity is say she nor her family were the intended target of that gunfire. Investigators say an eighty six year old woman from Florida beat her eighty nine year old husband to death with a walking cane. Santa Rosa county. Sheriff's officials say Ramona Lund has now been charged with murder. She's in the jail's infirmary on two hundred fifty thousand dollar bond while they try to figure out if she has dementia neighbor called nine one one on Saturday after seeing her standing over her husband's body right on the front porch. He thought the man had fallen and his wife was trying to help pick him up a fire TV meteorologist says he had no malicious intent when he used what sounded like a racial slur on the air. Jeremy capital says he was talking fast about Martin Luther King junior park. And crushed the words king junior together, and it didn't even realize right away that it sounded like the word Coon. But he says he understands why some people were hurt. It absolutely makes sense to me. I heard it and I was. Appalled. And the biggest issue is that I didn't hear it until about thirty six hours after it had aired capitals TV nineteen years and worked in Rochester for a little over a year before he was fired Monday. He calls his firing a rush to judgment Todd holiday for CBS news, Rochester, New York, and in North Carolina county there where protesters tore down a confederate monuments is now proposing to return, the crumpled statue back to public view committee in Durham is now recommending an indoor display at a county government building right near the grounds where that statue originally stood plan is the latest move in the ongoing debate about what to do with North Carolina's many confederate monuments at said on public property,.