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  1. I agree when it comes to prostitution should be legal. If it was legal we would be able to regulate everything. Having regulations in place means you can't cut corners. Also with regulations the women and men who choose to be prostitutes would have to be tested regularly for all sexually transmitted disease. Having to be tested would make everyone involved safer. Plus it would stamp out alot of the sex trafficking. Not all but some.
  2. No where in there did I see a beard or a man shaving...I'm confused 😕.
  3. Ship Behind College To Be Removed That ship that ran aground in the bay during Hurricane Michael is about to be moved. Salvage crews plan to remove the "El Dorado" from the bay bottom behind the FSU-Panama City campus Tuesday. The "El Dorado" was originally a casino ship that took 'cruises to nowhere', just far enough into international waters to make gambling legal. It was under restoration when it broke free during Hurricane Ivan in 2004, and ran aground in Southport. The owner eventually retrieved it and was, again, in the process of restoring it when Hurricane Mic
  4. Tenants Living Under Leaking Roofs, No Power, Claiming Landlord Won't Make Repairs - It's been more than three months since Hurricane Michael and there are still people living in homes that are as damaged as they were when the storm hit. Patrick Owens has lived in his apartments off West 12th Street and Oak Avenue for six years. Prior to Hurricane Michael, he had no trouble reaching his landlord James Gallagher. "We always called him, he always picked up and he always come over," said Owens. But now, when they need help the most, Owens said he doesn't answer their c
  5. Democrats boycott another White House meeting on border security as thousands of federal employees are forced to work without pay. One America's Rachel Ribaudo breaks down the six-figure salaries congressional leaders are earning during this record shutdown.
  6. This Information is from my inside FEMA Source. FEMA Reps are still here. FEMA Mitigation reps are performing Community Education Outreach; visit fema.gov/disaster/4399Applicants can appeal their decision within 60 days of receiving the letter. Appeal must be in writing and sent by mail or fax. Fax: 18008278112Mail: FEMA— Individuals and Households Program, National Processing Service Center, P.O. Box 10055, Hyattsville MD, 20782Hotline: 18006213362www.disasterlegalaid.org/femaapealsHaven’t used it and can’t vouch for it or endorse it, but it claims to guide
  7. ‘We Build The Wall’ Team Looks To Buy Land Near U.S.-Mexico Border The veteran behind the ‘We Build the Wall’ GoFundMe page is pushing a new strategy to get the wall built. How do you feel about this new Strategy?
  8. Spinnaker Beach Club to become "Spinnaker Beachside Grill" Spinnaker Beach Club is set to re-brand as a family-friendly destination and will now be called Spinnaker Beachside Grill. The company made the announcement on their website saying, "our night club days are over, but this news is just the beginning." According to a press release, the club found that transitioning to a family-friendly atmosphere is not optional, and that Spinnaker must adapt. According to Spinnaker's website, it will re-open as the "Beachside Grill" in Spring 2019. Spinnaker says it ain't about t
  9. Jackson County deputy recovering from accidental Fentanyl overdose A Jackson County deputy is recovering after an accidental Fentanyl overdose Tuesday. Sheriff's officials say the deputy responded to a call about a shoplifter at the Goodwill on Highway 71 in Marianna when it happened. When deputies approached the suspect, Wanda Mercer of Greenwood, they say they found what appeared to be meth on her. When the deputy field tested the suspected meth, they say he immediately began to show signs of Fentanyl exposure and radioed for help. Other deputies arrived and administered N
  10. Breaking down FEMA's appeals process FEMA's Individuals and Households Program (IHP) provides both Financial Housing Assistance and Direct Housing Assistance to meet transitional, temporary, and permanent housing needs that result from a disaster. As of January 14, 2019, FEMA has obligated more than $130.5 million in IHP assistance, with more than $106.9 million in housing assistance for survivors of Hurricane Michael. Appeals Applicants who disagree with a FEMA eligibility decision may appeal the decision. Appeals must be made in writing and sent by mail or fax to FEMA wi
  11. Audrey Geisel, Widow Of Dr. Seuss, Dies At Age 97 December 21, 2018 LOS ANGELES – Audrey Geisel, the widow of beloved children’s book author Dr. Seuss and an avid promoter of his legacy, died this week at her California home at age 97, a representative confirmed on Friday. Geisel married the writer, whose real name was Theodor Geisel, in 1968. After his death in 1991, she founded Dr. Seuss Enterprises to license the characters he created and protect their use outside of his books. Audrey Geisel served as an executive producer on film adaptations of Dr. Seuss books including
  12. Background checks for gun buyers TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Newly-proposed legislation filed by Democratic state lawmakers wants to close loopholes that exempt private gun sales from background checks. The NRA says the Legislation would put law-abiding gun owners at risk of being charged with a third-degree felony. In Florida, online and private gun sales are exempt from background checks. New Legislation aims to change that by requiring sellers to go through licensed dealers, which would conduct background checks on the purchaser. “Eighty percent of guns used in viole
  13. Nearly half a million dollars in U.S. currency and more than 34,000 oxycodone pills are discovered following a traffic stop near Wewahitchka. Just before midnight, Wednesday Gulf County Sheriff’s Deputies were running radar along Brian Setterich Road. A motorist in a blue Kia van passed the deputies driving 40 miles per hour in a posted 25 mile an hour zone. In addition to the speed, the van also had a brake light out on the driver’s side. Deputies attempted a traffic stop, but the van turned on Highway 71 and continued north. Once on Highway 71, the vehicle passed over into the sout
  14. Microsoft Programmer Teaches Southport Elementary Students to Code SOUTHPORT, Fla. - Each year Bay District Schools celebrate 'Hour of Code.' It's a week long initiative to get students excited about about technology and coding. On Thursday Southport students learned from a coding expert. Chris Donlan visited the school. He is a partner technical strategist at Microsoft. He led the students through various coding activities using the software Minecraft including basic coding principals such as loops and functions to complete a series of puzzles. "I think it's jobs of the fut
  15. WASHINGTON COUNTY, Fla. - Three people have been arrested for drugs in unrelated traffic stops. On November 29th, a Washington County Sheriff's Deputy stopped a vehicle near the intersection of Highway 79 and Douglas Ferry Road. Authorities said that 37-year-old Summer Tankersley was in possession of hyperdermic needles and admitted to a concealed bag of meth and a glass pipe. Shortly after, Deputies stopped another vehicle on Highway 77 near Houston road. A search led to Deputies locating several bags of methamphetamine and a glass pipe. 46-year -old mark sisson was taken into cu
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