10 Burst results for "Sir Richard Evans"

"sir richard evans" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Initiative in 1989 to help provide legal services to men and women on death row in Alabama. Now, E. J. I is not only defending marginalized people but marginalized history. It built a civil rights museum on a lynching memorial, attracting headlines across the nation spotlight on Montgomery. When we began our work, we bought this building, but we didn't know it was the site of a former warehouse were enslaved People were held. No one had actually documented the primacy of slavery in this community. Winter Berlin You can't really go 100 meters without saying markers and stones have been placed next to the homes of Jewish families that were abducted. German seemed to want to because of the Holocaust Memorial. They were intent on changing The narrative. They didn't want to be thought of his Nazis and fascists forever. And I just don't think we've created cultural spaces in this country that motivate people to say never again to this history of enslavement and lynching and segregation in the absence of that commitment. I think he's left us vulnerable. And not only do we not do that we actually romanticize this era. When we tell stories about how glorious and wonderful the architects and defenders of slavery are In Alabama Confederate Memorial Day is a state holiday. Jefferson Davis birthday is a state holiday. We do not have Martin's The King Day in Alabama. We have Martin with the King slash Robert E. Lee Dae Stevenson has made Montgomery his laboratory in a vast experiment to shift the narrative on American racism's roots and legacy. And he's taken as his models. Similar efforts in South Africa, Rwanda, Germany and especially its capital, Berlin, where stop a Steiner literally stumbling blocks bear the names of Holocaust victims swept up from nearby apartments where there's a vast Holocaust memorial just south of the Brandenburg Gate. Acres of concrete slabs of various size that you cannot avoid in Berlin. History comes at you around every corner, but the Nazi viewpoint has no presence there. In the spirit of never again the street names or replaced what they used to be before an artist kind of power historian Sir Richard Evans is author of the Third Reich in History and Memory. We asked him to trace Germany's path to reckoning the concrete sauce because an eagles were taken down. Some smaller buildings were blown up. Tio raise thie immediate memory of the Nazi period. Of course. All those millions of people who had Nazi uniforms from the helo youth or the National socialists, Stormtroopers but more, buried them or threw them away. The allies had a huge programme of D notifications. Old Nazis were fired. There were thousands of trials not just in Germany, but in Poland and France and other places from the Dean Ossification program. Involved sending out question As to millions and millions of Germans. It went very far and very deep. What did you think about the denounce ification films and newsreels? The allies made Yeah. They were made by a well known directors like Billy Wilder or Alfred Hitchcock Mills of Death was one of them with archive footage off the Concentration camps. Germans were forced to go and see them in local cinemas. They had been beaten down to live like animals far worst or few animals had lived in the terror, hunger and filth of these victims. A lot of Germans simply refused to believe what they've seen. In these films.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now, E. J. I is not only defending marginalized people but marginalized history. It built a civil rights museum on a lynching memorial, attracting headlines across the nation spotlight on Montgomery. When we began our work, we bought this building, but we didn't know it was the site of a former warehouse where enslaved people were helped. No one had actually documented the primacy. Slavery in this community. Winter Berlin You can't really go 100 meters without saying markers and stones have been placed next to the homes of Jewish families that were abducted. German seemed to want to go to the Holocaust Memorial. They were intent on changing The narrative. They didn't want to be thought of his Nazis and fascists forever. And I just don't think we've created cultural spaces in this country that motivate people to say never again to this history of enslavement and lynching and segregation in the absence of that commitment. I think he's left us vulnerable. And not only do we not do that we actually romanticize this era. We tell stories about how glorious and wonderful the architects and defenders of slavery are. In Alabama Confederate Memorial Day is a state holiday. Jefferson Davis birthday is a state holiday. We do not have Martin Luther King Day in Alabama. We have Martin with the King slash Robert E. Lee Dae Stevenson has made Montgomery his laboratory in a vast experiment to shift the narrative on American racism's roots and legacy. And he's taken as his models. Similar efforts in South Africa, Rwanda, Germany and especially its capital, Berlin, where stop a Steiner literally stumbling blocks bear the names of Holocaust victims swept up from nearby apartments where there's a vast Holocaust memorial just south of the Brandenburg Gate. Acres of concrete slabs of various size that you cannot avoid in Berlin. History comes at you around every corner, but the Nazi viewpoint has no presence there. In the spirit of never again the street names or replaced what they used to be. Before the Nazis came to. Power historian Sir Richard Evans is author of The Third Reich in History and Memory. We asked him to trace Germany's path to reckoning the concrete sauce because an eagles were taken down. Some smaller buildings were blown up. Tio raise thie immediate memory of the Nazi period. Of course. All those millions of people who had Nazi uniforms from the Hitler youth or the National Socialists, Stormtroopers but more, buried them or threw them away. The allies had a huge programme of de notifications Old Nazis were fired. There were thousands of trials not just in Germany, but in Poland and France and other places from the Dean Ossification program. Involved sending out question As to millions and millions of Germans. It went very far and very deep. What did you think about the dead Nazi fication films and newsreels? The allies made Yeah. They were made by a well known directors like Billy Wilder or Alfred Hitchcock Mills of Death was one of them with the archived footage off the concentration camps. Germans were forced to go and see them in local cinema had been beaten down to.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now, E. J. I is not only defending marginalized people but marginalized history. It built a civil rights museum on a lynching memorial, attracting headlines across the nation spotlight on Montgomery. When we began our work, we bought this building, but we didn't know it was the site of a former warehouse were enslaved. People were helped. No one had actually documented the primacy. Slavery in this community. Winter Berlin You can't really go 100 meters without saying markers and stones have been placed next to the homes of Jewish families that were abducted. German seemed to want to go to the Holocaust Memorial. They were intent on changing The narrative. They didn't want to be thought of his Nazis and fascists forever. And I just don't think we've created cultural spaces in this country that motivate people to say never again to this history of enslavement and lynching and segregation in the absence of that commitment. I think he's left us vulnerable. And not only do we not do that we actually romanticize this era. We tell stories about how glorious and wonderful the architects and defenders of slavery are. In Alabama Confederate Memorial Day is a state holiday. Jefferson Davis birthday is a state holiday. We do not have Martin Luther King Day in Alabama. We have Martin with the King slash Robert E. Lee Dae Stevenson has made Montgomery his laboratory in a vast experiment to shift the narrative on American racism's roots and legacy. And he's taken as his models. Similar efforts in South Africa, Rwanda, Germany and especially its capital, Berlin, where stop a Steiner literally stumbling blocks bear the names of Holocaust victims swept up from nearby apartments where there's a vast Holocaust memorial just south of the Brandenburg Gate. Acres of concrete slabs of various size that you cannot avoid in Berlin. History comes at you around every corner, but the Nazi viewpoint has no presence there. In the spirit of never again the street names are replaced what they used to be before the Nazis came to. Power historian Sir Richard Evans is author of the Third Reich in History and Memory. We asked him to trace Germany's path to reckoning the concrete sauce because an eagles were taken down. Some smaller buildings were blown up. Tio raise thie immediate memory of the Nazi period. Of course. All those millions of people who had Nazi uniforms from the Hitler youth or the National Socialists, Stormtroopers but more, buried them or threw them away. The allies had a huge programme of de notifications Old Nazis were fired. There were thousands of trials not just in Germany, but in Poland and France and other places from the Dean Ossification program. Involved sending out question As to millions and millions of Germans. It went very far and very deep. What did you think about the denounce ification films and newsreels? The allies made Yeah. They were made by a well known directors like Billy Wilder or Alfred Hitchcock Mills of Death was one of them with the archive footage off the concentration camps. Germans were forced to go and see them in local cinemas. They had been beaten.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Now, E. J. I is not only defending marginalized people. But marginalized history. It built a civil rights museum on a lynching memorial, attracting headlines across the nation spotlight on Montgomery. When we began our work, we bought this building, but we didn't know it was the site of a former warehouse where enslaved people were helped. No one had actually documented the primacy. Slavery in this community. Winter Berlin You can't really go 100 meters without saying markers and stones have been placed next to the homes of Jewish families that were abducted. The Germans seem to want you to go to the Holocaust Memorial. They were intent on changing The narrative. They didn't want to be thought of his Nazis and fascists forever. And I just don't think we've created cultural spaces in this country that motivate people to say never again to this history of enslavement and lynching and segregation in the absence of that commitment. I think he's left us vulnerable. And not only do we not do that we actually romanticize this era. We tell stories about how glorious and wonderful the architects and defenders of slavery are. In Alabama Confederate Memorial Day is a state holiday. Jefferson Davis. His birthday is a state holiday. We do not have Martin Luther King Day in Alabama. We have Martin with the King slash Robert E. Lee Dae Stevenson has made Montgomery his laboratory in a vast experiment to shift the narrative on American racism's roots and legacy. And he's taken as his models. Similar efforts in South Africa, Rwanda, Germany and especially its capital, Berlin, where stop a Steiner literally stumbling blocks bear the names of Holocaust victims swept up from nearby apartments where there's a vast Holocaust memorial just south of the Brandenburg Gate. Acres of concrete slabs of various size that you cannot avoid in Berlin. History comes at you around every corner. But the Nazi viewpoint has no presence there in the spirit of never again the street names or replaced what they used to be before the Nazis came to. Power historian Sir Richard Evans is author of The Third Reich in History and Memory. We asked him to trace Germany's path to reckoning the concrete sauce because an eagles were taken down. Some smaller buildings were blown up. Tio raise the immediate memory of the Nazi period. Of course. All those millions of people who had Nazi uniforms from the Hitler youth or the National Socialists, Stormtroopers but more, buried them or threw them away. The allies had a huge programme of de notifications Old Nazis were fired. There were thousands of trials not just in Germany, but in Poland and France and other places from the Dean Ossification program. Involved sending out question As to millions and millions of Germans. It went very far and very deep. What did you think about the denounce ification films and newsreels? The allies made Yeah. They were made by a well known directors like Billy Wilder or Alfred Hitchcock Mills of Death was one of them with archive footage off the concentration camps. Germans were forced to go and see them in local cinema had been beaten down to.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Phone call in at this moment this is Joe in Columbus New Jersey hello Sir hi Hey rob Russia is going good Sir I see I pulled your screen I was discussed it but I get all new now because this is just an extension of us being called oracles three years ago right what if trump his supporters are call thank you have a lot Jonestown Guyana and the Kennedys were Jimmy Jones Hey what what about what Obama was a like to all the school kids being assembled in school auditoriums to sing songs that dear leader absolutely love Obama Obama is great we love all by the one and only we got look how they wanted to relax third term without a cold or the beginning of the call yeah exactly of course they they what we're what we're doing here is artfully and cleverly pointing out the deep hypocrisy of these glittering jewels a colossal ignorance of unfortunate doesn't stick to them but here's the thing they think that the people there were insulting are not hearing this they open we have been insulting trump voters for three and a half years and counting well hello five years if you count the campaign five years and counting they wonder why they are not able to drive a wedge between trump as voters when all they do is insult them and now trump is using mind control invisible strolled lights some consciously goal when you to Donald Trump and his hair and you don't even know when you need to know this is news radio WFLA I heart radio station I'm John the question possible homicide in Tampa police say they got a call about gunshot in Sunday south run twelve forty A. M. today and got her to find a forty eight year old man dead inside his home they don't think he's a random victim police in Saint Pete do think of accident happened with twenty two year old Sir Richard Evans shot an eighteen year old yesterday on twenty third street the teenager lies in critical condition Evan sits in jail the word on what led to the shooting or how the two knew each other investigators in Jacksonville have confirmed that a body found in Alabama was that of a five year old girl reported missing from Jacksonville earlier this month T. K. waters heads investigations for the Jacksonville sheriff's office we can confirm that the remains are that of missing girl Taylor rose Williams Taylor's mother Breanna Williams faces a charge of child neglect and providing false information so far Florida's news I'm John the question from the folder central credit union home loans traffic.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A possible homicide after a man was found dead in his son base south residents early this morning officers responded to a call about a shooting around twelve forty AM and found a forty eight year old man dead inside the house according to officials it does not appear to be a random act investigators are gathering more evidence an accident has a teenager fighting for his life in Pinellas county St Petersburg police say twenty two year old Sir Richard Evans accidentally shot an eighteen year old on twenty third street the team is in critical condition and Evans is now in custody no word on what led up to the shooting investigators in Jacksonville have confirmed that a five year old girl who was the subject of an amber alert this month is dead T. K. waters is the chief of investigations for the Jacksonville sheriff's office we can confirm that the remains are that of missing girl Taylor roles Williams remains were discovered in Alabama detectives have not released the cause of death and they have not upgraded charges against Taylor's mother Breanna Williams Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away but Florida's news I'm Chris foster president trump on Twitter says he would love to have more members of his administration testified for the impeachment inquiry but he's fighting for future presidents and the office the justice department's appealing a judge's ruling that former White House counsel don began must comply with the congressional subpoena the DOJ is challenging a ruling which determine the absolute immunity is not a legitimate basis by which to prohibit senior White House officials from testifying before Congress the DOJ is asking for a stay on against testimony pending its appeal boxes John decker at the White House at least eighteen people are killed in an earthquake that's taken down buildings in Albania magnitude six point four common for a quick that big to be there there's only been stuck in the past hundred years so far within a hundred kilometers of that earthquakes on Geiger with the U. S. Geological Survey there's a search and rescue operation going on to find anyone track this listing the part such a credit union home loans products that I have an accent with the downed light pole North.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The injury firm of Abraham sending you to where traffic tip line Hillsborough eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five Kelly this morning but actually played at this afternoon at seventy four it's fifty six degrees at newsradio WFLA the thirteen year old St Petersburg boy is accused of stabbing his grandmother to death Gloria Davis was home with the teen in another grandchild when the suspect allegedly attacked the fifty six year old in the kitchen St Petersburg police chief Anthony Holloway the techs are trying to do the same thing that you're doing trying to figure out what triggered a thirteen year old to kill his grandmother Davis mail carrier in Saint Petersburg for years or coworker say they're now devastated the boy is charged with second degree murder but the state attorney's office is considering trying the teen as an an accident has a teenager fighting for his life in Pinellas county St Petersburg police say twenty two year old Sir Richard Evans accidentally shot an eighteen year old on twenty third street the team is in critical condition Evans is now in custody no word what led up to the shooting or how the to know each other authorities confirm a child's body found in Alabama earlier this month is a missing girl from Jacksonville decay waters chief of investigations at the Jacksonville sheriff's office broke the news for department of law enforcement has canceled the amber alert detectives say remains found your Dimopoulos Alabama belong to five year old Taylor Williams the cause of death not released the child's mother Breanna Williams is accused of child neglect and lying to investigators but has not been charged in her death Gordon bird newsradio WFLA open Ellis county widow says she's on the brink of financial ruin because of government incompetence Dunedin's Keelan Hammond died five months ago importer Rico but his widow Andrea says the government there cremated his body before doing an autopsy lost his blood work and then issued an inaccurate death certificate that means Andrea can't access the death penalty it's that is she's owed despite reaching out to lawmakers she says nothing's been done and bills are piling up holiday travel conditions are about to.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Say they were interviewing someone about a recent break in when the thing you'll crews fired a shot at them the thirty six year old then barricaded himself in his apartment but he eventually surrendered hours later no one was hurt a thirteen year old boys charged with stabbing his grandmother to death in Saint Petersburg fifty six year old Gloria Davis was already dead when police arrived at the home on sixtieth Avenue south round three thirty Monday morning police chief Anthony Holloway tells news channel eight we're still trying to figure out exactly what causes juvenile to kill his grandmother the thirteen year old charged with second degree murder prosecutors are reviewing whether to charge the teen as an adult an accident has a teenager fighting for his life in Pinellas county St Petersburg police say twenty two year old Sir Richard Evans accidentally shot an eighteen year old on twenty third street the teens in critical condition Evans is now in custody no word on what led to the shooting war how the to know each other authorities are confirming that the remains of a child's body found in Alabama earlier this month are those of a missing girl from Jacksonville decay waters chief of investigations of the Jacksonville sheriff's office broke the news for department of law enforcement has canceled the amber alert detectives say remains found your Dimopoulos Alabama belong to five year old Taylor Williams the cause of death not released the child's mother Breanna Williams is accused of child neglect and lying to investigators but has not been charged in her death Gordon bird newsradio WFLA up in Ellis county window says she's on the brink of financial ruin because of government incompetence healing Hammond of Dunedin died five months ago importer Rico but his widow Andrea says the government there are cremated his body before doing an autopsy lost his blood work and issued an inaccurate death certificate Amin's entry I can't access the death benefit she's owed despite reaching out to lawmakers he says nothing's been done in the bills are piling up the process of replacing to Florida Supreme Court justices is underway panel responsible for calling a list of potential jurors for seats on the Florida Supreme Court began accepting applications Monday to replace former justices Robert lochan barber let go of the Florida Supreme Court judicial nominating commission is expected to finalize a short list of candidates for governor to status before the end of January the seats became open last week when the U. S. Senate confirm the appointments of luck and let go up to the eleventh US circuit court of appeals president trump in September nominated to the federal court the deadline for applications will come sometime in late December I'm John Conrad Sarasota county school officials are starting to prepare now for next year's hurricane season after the district received a one million dollar grant from the Florida division of emergency management the money will be used to upgrade shelters at three schools Edna crane emergency management she tells news channel eight officials learned a hard lesson after hurricane Irma and twenty seventeen Arnold was unique in all in the history of Sarasota county we never sheltered more than three or four thousand people and a couple hundred pets during normal we had twenty thousand people and we had three thousand pets green says the money will be used to make more room for evacuees and make the buildings safer it's official white castles coming back to Florida the restaurant will open your Disney world and will be the largest in the world the eatery known for its small square hamburgers will be the first white castle in Florida and more than fifty years the company has three hundred seventy five restaurants in thirteen other states ground breaking is set for early next year Waco show newsradio WFLA public's is doing its part to fight hunger the Lakeland based company announced it will donate two billion dollars worth of food over the next decade the food will go toward various agencies that feed those in need Publix's CEO says as a food retailer their greatest opportunity to give back is by helping alleviate food and security a thousand families will get all the fixings this thanksgiving thanks to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over a dozen offense of.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"On I four westbound between twenty second street and I two seventy five or slowing down on U. S. real one at a crawl southbound between chancy road and Macintosh road there's an accident with a shoulder block here hills were river state park it's quite a bit to look at so we're seeing some Gaber block to this stretch their travel update at seven ten K. long this radio WFLA chilly this morning but actually pleasant this afternoon at seventy four it's fifty two degrees and news radio WFLA Mansingh custody after a swat team standoff in Hillsborough County it started last night in town and country at an apartment complex on web road deputies say they were interviewing a person about recent break ins when the th annual crews fired a shot at them the thirty six year old barricaded himself in his apartment but he eventually surrendered several hours later no one was hurt police are trying to find out why a thirteen year old St Petersburg boy would stab his grandmother to death Gloria Davis was home with the teen and another grandchild when the teenager attacked the fifty six year old in the kitchen same people is chief Anthony Holloway the techs are trying to do the same thing that you're doing trying to figure out what triggered a thirteen year old to kill his grandmother Davis is been a mail carrier in Saint Petersburg for years her co workers say they are now devastated the boy is charged with second degree murder but the state attorney's office may try the eighteen as an adult an accident has a teenager fighting for his life in Pinellas county St Petersburg police say twenty two year old Sir Richard Evans accidentally shot an eighteen year old on twenty third street the team is in critical condition Evans is now in custody no word on what led to the shooting or how the two knew each other Ellis county widow says she is on the brink of financial ruin because of government incompetence Kellan Hammond of Dunedin died five months ago importer Rico but his widow Andrea says the government there cremated his body before doing an autopsy lost his blood work and then issued an inaccurate death certificate that meant she can't access the death benefits that she's old despite reaching out to lawmakers nothing's been done and she says bills are piling up Sarasota county school officials are starting to prepare now for next year's hurricane season after the district received a one million dollar grant from the Florida division of emergency management the money will be used to upgrade shelters at three schools Edna crane emergency management chief tells news channel eight officials learned a hard lesson after hurricane Irma in twenty seventeen colonel was unique in all in the history of Sarasota county we never sheltered more than three or four thousand people and a couple hundred pets during normal we had twenty thousand people and we had three thousand pets the crane says the money will be used to make more room for evacuees and make the buildings safer the improvements expected to be finished by late twenty twenty it's official white castle is coming back to Florida the company made the announcement this morning in Orlando the restaurant will open near Disney world and will be the largest in the world the eatery known for its small square hamburgers will be the first white castle in Florida and more than fifty years the company has three hundred seventy five restaurants in thirteen other states ground breaking is set for early next year Waco show newsradio WFLA has support grows for recreational marijuana opponents are doing their best to cut down it's valid amendments already and against recreational marijuana members are trying to defeat the ballot initiative which would ask voters next year if they want to let anyone over twenty one buy pot make it legal Florida chair Nick Hanson disputes the group's claims that it will drive up healthcare costs increase business costs in kill jobs I'm sort of dumbfounded by the opening salvo from this group because this does not rooted in reality he doesn't know how opening markets and creating greater access to patients with add financial burdens on anyone three recent statewide poll show at least sixty percent of Floridians support adult use marijuana I'm Erik Rodriguez it's seven oh five at newsradio WFLA good morning well four out of ten small and mid size business owners say that they will increase re investments in there but this next year stocks opened at record highs again the five hundred stocks indexes seventeen percent higher than it was at thanksgiving time a year ago and the Bloomberg index of Tampa Bay businesses listed on the stock markets is up twenty eight.

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"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"sir richard evans" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Light volume out there so far this morning no problems on I four we're looking good on I seventy five as well his supporters want to I Sims grain and quit that Sims grain Florida's premier crane safety and rigging experts offering cutting edge technology front on grand operation small and large always available there's a sense grain dot com extravagant dated six ten K. longest radio WFLA grab a jacket this morning but I don't think you'll need it this afternoon with highs at seventy four it's fifty four degrees said newsradio WFLA the man's in custody after a swat team stand off in Hillsborough County it started last night in town and country at an apartment complex on web road deputies say they were interviewing a person about some recent break ins when the th annual crews fired a shot at them the thirty six year old barricaded himself in his apartment but he eventually surrendered hours later and no one was hurt a thirteen year old boys charged with stabbing his grandmother to death in Saint Petersburg fifty six year old Gloria Davis was already dead when police arrived at the home on sixtieth Avenue south three thirty Monday morning police chief Anthony Holloway tells news channel eight we're still trying to figure out exactly what causes juvenile to kill his grandmother the thirteen year old charged with second degree murder prosecutors are reviewing whether to charge the teen as an adult an accident has a teenager fighting for his life in Pinellas county St Petersburg police say twenty two year old Sir Richard Evans accidentally shot an eighteen year old yesterday on twenty third street to teen is in critical condition Evans is now in custody no word on what led up to the shooting or how the two knew each other authorities are confirming the remains of a child's body found in Alabama earlier this month are those of a missing girl from Jacksonville decay waters chief of investigations of the Jacksonville sheriff's office broke the news for department of law enforcement has canceled the amber alert detectives say remains found your Dimopoulos Alabama belong to five year old Taylor Williams the cause of death not released the child's mother Breanna Williams is accused of child neglect and lying to investigators but has not been charged in her death Gordon bird newsradio WFLA of Ellis county widow says she's on the brink of financial ruin because of government incompetence killing Hammond of done eating died five months ago importer Rico but his widow Andreas says the government there cremated his body before doing an autopsy lost his blood work and then issued an inaccurate death certificate I meant Andrea can't access the death benefit so she's old does why reaching out to lawmakers nothing's been done and bills are piling up the process of replacing to Florida Supreme Court justices has begun the panel responsible for calling a list of potential jurors for seats on the Florida Supreme Court began accepting applications Monday to replace former justices Robert lochan barber let go of the Florida Supreme Court judicial nominating commission is expected to finalize a short list of candidates for governor Disentis before the end of January the seats became open last week when the U. S. Senate confirm the appointments of luck and let go out to the eleventh US circuit court of appeals president trump in September nominated the pair to the federal court the deadline for applications will come sometime in late December I'm John Conrad Sarasota county school officials are starting to prepare now for next year's hurricane season after the district received a one million dollar grant from the Florida division of emergency management the money will be used to upgrade shelters at three schools admit crane emergency management chief says they learned a hard lesson after hurricane Irma and twenty seventeen colonel was unique in all in the history of Sarasota county we never sheltered more than three or four thousand people and a couple hundred pets during normal we had twenty thousand people and we had three thousand pets Magrane says the money will be used to make more room for evacuees and make the building safer the improvements are expected to be finished by late twenty twenty it's official white castles coming back to Florida the company made the announcement this morning in Orlando the.

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