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  1. More than a week after Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida panhandle, cities and towns are facing the daunting task of trying to rebuild. The recovery is hampered by catastrophic damage not only to homes and businesses, but to vital infrastructure as well. The small Gulf coast town of Port St. Joe, with a population of about 3,500 residents, is one of countless communities that was hit by the storm. "Everywhere you turn and go you see some kind of destruction," says the town's mayor, Bo Patterson. "Whether it was wind damage, whether it was water, one of the two." Patters
  2. So far prosecutors have identified 10 cases that involved misconduct in which incarcerated people’s sentences will need to be vacated, and 15 pending cases that have or will be dismissed. PANAMA CITY — Prosecutors are reviewing more than 250 criminal cases involving Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Zachary Wester after video emerged in the past month of him planting drugs in a vehicle during a traffic stop. Wester, 26, of Marianna, was fired Sept. 10 after more than two years as a patrol deputy with JCSO. His career now is under investigation by the Florida Department of Law En
  3. An Indiana man found guilty of molesting a 10-year-old girl multiple times, which led to her becoming pregnant, was sentenced Thursday to more than 100 years in prison. Nicholas Deon Thrash, 34, of Marion, was sentenced to 160 years in jail with a minimum service of 132 years, FOX59 Indianapolis reported, citing the Grant County prosecutor. View image on Twitter Twitter Ads info and privacy Thrash was found guilty of 10 counts
  4. Michael Moore made the scary prediction that Donald Trump was “the last president of the United States” in the trailer to his new documentary “Fahrenheit 11/9,” which premiere in New York Thursday evening at Alice Tully Hall. On the red carpet I asked the filmmaker exactly what he meant by that. “It’s that we may not have our United States the way that we knew it. If he’s successful in dismantling our democracy than the United States of old is gone and that’s what I’m worried about.” On a different tack he added, “In my perfect world on November 6 there will be a tsunami of wome
  5. A 13-year-old boy brought balloons full of cocaine to his school Friday, resulting in medical exams for a group of his schoolmates, police said. Fortunately, all of the children tested negative, FOX 26 of Fresno reported. The students at Carl F. Smith Middle School in Terra Bella, about 43 milles north of Bakersfield, discovered two balloons in the playground, the Visalia Times Delta reported, citing law enforcement. Twitter Ads info and privacy
  6. DETROIT - A Detroit police dog died after a patrol car's heat-alarm system failed. Commander Darin Szilagy tells the Detroit Free Press that the officer should have been checking on Vito, a German shepherd, every 30 minutes, "no matter what." The officer has been assigned to other duties and is awaiting possible discipline. Szilagy says the officer had rigorously trained with the dog and has been "distraught" over the death. He had left Vito unattended while picking up another vehicle, according to the Associated Press. The Detroit Police Department could not be reached f
  7. An Ohio teen who vanished more than a year ago after witnessing his father's murder was found alive, police said. Jacob Caldwell, 15, was found around 11:30 p.m. Monday in the basement of a home 40 miles away in Miami Township, WKEF reported. Authorities located the teen after they received an anonymous tip that led them to Jacob, who was living in the home with four adults who were not related to him. Billboards were posted of Jacob last week in a renewed effort to find the teen. (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children) Jacob wa
  8. Some 13.5 percent of the U.S. population -- 44 million -- is foreign born, the highest level ever, and many are not proficient in English, choosing to speak Spanish at home instead. A report from the Migration Policy Institute found that 22 percent of the U.S. population does not speak English at home. The share was highest in Nevada at 31 percent and Florida at 29 percent. The report revealed a new trend in migration to the U.S where immigrants are dispersed throughout the nation instead of clustering in a few
  9. During an address at the U.S. Attorney’s office in Tampa, Florida this week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that people who suffer from chronic pain should simply “take an aspirin and tough it out.” Sessions, whose opposition to medical marijuana is well known, attempted to tackle the subject of opioid addiction in the U.S., saying pharmaceutical companies are prescribing “too many opioids” — a sentiment that people from across the political spectrum would agree with. But Sessions’ next statement demonstrated a profound misunderstanding and oversimplification of chronic pain
  10. Here is the law: 316.305 Wireless communications devices; prohibition.— (1) This section may be cited as the “Florida Ban on Texting While Driving Law.” (2) It is the intent of the Legislature to: (a) Improve roadway safety for all vehicle operators, vehicle passengers, bicyclists, pedestrians, and other road users. (b) Prevent crashes related to the act of text messaging while driving a motor vehicle. (c) Reduce injuries, deaths, property damage, health care costs, health insurance rates, and automobile insurance rates related to motor vehicle crashes.
  11. We order out a lot and don't cook as much anymore. So how much money are you throwing away each time you do it? "Forbes" magazine looked into it. And the answer is about FIVE TIMES what it costs to make the same thing at home. They looked at over 80 different dinner recipes, and compared what they cost at the average restaurant to what they cost if you make them from scratch. And they found the average dinner from a restaurant is $20.37, including a $5 delivery fee . . . compared to $4.31 if you make the same thing at home. So a $16 difference.
  12. JUSTIN BIEBER posted a sexy picture of himself making out with his fiancée HAILEY BALDWIN in a hot tub . . . but something about it didn't quite sit right with JOHN MAYER. Because he commented, quote, "Interesting dynamic with the photographer in the hot tub. That's gotta feel super third wheel." He added, quote, "I see a lot of myself in this hot tub photographer. Imagine being in a hot tub on business."
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