In a Tuesday Board of County Commissioners meeting that was approaching the six-hour mark at 10 p.m., three of five commissioners had already expressed support for County Administrator Dan Schebler.
A letter of reprimand was been discussed but not yet been voted on. Board members' positions on that were not clear.
Gov. Ron DeSantis has declared a State of Emergency in reference to the disruption of the Colonial Pipeline.
This gives the state the ability to enact Emergency Management Assistance Compact to draw upon resources from other states, activate the Florida National Guard, suspend statutes and rule in relation to procurement and transportation of supplies and engage in other response and recovery measures to mitigate the effects of the disruption, according to information from Okaloosa Director of Public Safety Patrick Maddox.
Maddox added in his email that the region has plenty of inventory and that media coverage led some to panic, which led to demand being temporarily greater than the supply.
A body found buried in a Milton backyard Sunday is that of 60-year-old Cynthia Hoover, who was reported missing March 15.
Johnny Malisham has been charged with homicide and possession of ammo by a convicted felon. Her body was found in his yard, according to his Santa Rosa Sheriff's Office arrest report.
Employees aren't allowed to officially tell you anything inside the store, but the sign on the front windows says it all: Winn-Dixie in Navarre is reopening this month.
"Grand Opening 5/26/2021" the sign reads.
Employees aren't allowed to officially tell you anything inside the store, but the sign on the front window says it all: Winn-Dixie in Navarre is reopening this month.
"Grand Opening 5/26/2021" reads a sign posted.
A 33-year-old man was arrested after the vehicle he was driving struck a child who got out of the backseat of another car and darted across Gulf Boulevard. The accident happened about 7 p.m. Saturday on Navarre Beach.
Ryan Morgan of Fort Lauderdale was charged with driving without a valid license. According to a Florida Highway Patrol media release, Morgan was driving westbound when the 10-year-old boy got out of another vehicle and ran across the road. The Pace boy, who first responders said has autism, was critically injured but expected to recover, the release said. The road was dark and the shoulder was limited, the report said. Morgan stopped immediately after the crash.
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