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State Argues Against Anonymity In Gun Case

Tallahassee, FL- Pointing to a “strong presumption in favor of open judicial proceedings,â€� Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office is asking a federal appeals court to reject arguments that two 19-year-olds should be able to remain anonymous in a challenge to a new state gun law. Bondi’s office Friday filed a 54-page brief urging the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ... Read More »

State Health Data System Often Rejects Information

Tallahassee, FL-Â Florida hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, and emergency departments are required to electronically submit data to the state about patients who are discharged. But a recent survey of those providers showed that nearly 78 percent of respondents reported having data rejected most of the time. Just 21.82 percent of those surveyed indicated that their submissions were accepted between 75 ... Read More »

Another Rehabilitated Loggerhead To Be Released Today

Ponce Inlet, FL –Â After five months of rehabilitation, an 82-pound sea turtle is ready to head home. That’s the report from staff at the Marine Science Center Turtle Hospital, as they announce that a sub-adult loggerhead sea turtle named Dandelion, will return to the sea later today (September 26th), during a free public release that is open to the ... Read More »

Inmate Defrauds Jail With Misspelled Check

Daytona Beach, FL – An inmate was close to ripping off the Volusia County Branch Jail Commissary with a fake Volusia County Department Of Corrections check. The one caveat, it was misspelled. Volusia County Sheriff’s Office says 34-year-old Ryan Athey was already in jail, booked on September 10th for driving with a suspended license and attempting to flee and elude, ... Read More »