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Okeechobee County sheriff says delay in reporting abuse hindered arrests in animal cruelty case

OKEECHOBEE - The Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office has arrested one person on misdemeanor charges of animal cruelty in connection with the Animal Recovery Mission video from Larson Dairy #5. The 49-year-old man was charged with one count of misdemeanor animal cruelty for kicking an animal. Felony w

OKEECHOBEENEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 02:12:23

Tripletail fishing on target this weekend in St. Lucie waters

Capt. Brian Williamson, of Vero Tackle and Marina, said Vero Beach anglers John Conroy and Jack Kemp enjoyed great fishing for redfish Friday in the Indian River Lagoon. Williamson said the bite was so good, the anglers quit counting at 20 catches. They also had plenty of big sheepshead, black drum,

TCPALM - 2017-11-20 22:03:24

On land or by sea, Treasure Coast holiday parades the place to be

The Treasure Coast might not have snow, but it still knows how to get into the holiday spirit with close to a dozen parades on land and by sea. Plan for events full of music, bright lights and fun during the next few weeks. Check out this list to make sure you don't miss your favorites.Land parades

TCPALM - 2017-11-20 15:00:14

Football star Anquan Boldin hands out turkeys and hugs

Just in time for the holidays, Pahokee's favorite son, a Super Bowl champion, gave back to his community on Monday. Some 200 people showed up for the Anquan Boldin Foundation's annual Thanksgiving Give-Away. Anquan Boldin and his Foundation's volunteers, including the Pahokee High men's and women's

CBS12.COM - 2017-11-20 18:05:34

Criminal justice reform discussion focuses on poverty

VERO BEACH - At first Phillip Keeling talked as if the person he described was someone else. He portrayed a man who grew up disliking himself, who "struggled, who had his own internal battles," without ever admitting it to himself. That person was charged with 16 felony offenses and ended up in jail

TCPALM - 2017-11-19 13:40:05

Tallahassee politicians too willing to strip home rule from our communities

Our elected representatives in the Florida legislature seem oddly willing to strip home rule from our locally elected leaders in the counties and cities. This is perverse, since these same Florida representatives are so outspoken in opposing having federal rules from Washington, D.C, impinge on thei

TCPALM - 2017-11-19 09:00:03

Will La Nina bring action to 'Sailfish Alley?'

It's official. We're going to have a La Nina winter. So what does that mean for our fishing along the shores of Eastern Florida? Will we remember the winter of 2017-18 as an epic season for pompano? Will the Spanish mackerel catch be one for the ages? Two particular group of anglers - sailfish tourn

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Pompano can be found in the lagoon

Capt. Ricky Gonzalez of Chasing Tides charters in Vero Beach said the redfish and trout fishing was very good in the Indian River Lagoon Saturday morning. Fishing solo, Gonzalez had nice, plump redfish catches while tossing Berkley Gulp! shads in new penny and root beer colors. A friend fishing near

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WilCo Sheriff: Asking residents at N. Austin apartments to stay inside for 'situation'

FILE: Williamson County Sheriff's Office patrol vehicle. (KXAN Photo) AUSTIN (KXAN) - KXAN is tracking a potential situation happening in north Austin. Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody tweeted out about a developing situation. It's happening at 15450 FM 1325 Road at the Preserve at Rolling H

KXAN - 2017-11-20 00:13:43

Austin city manager finalists have been released

AUSTIN - With the first round of interviews for candidates for the city manager position completed, six finalists have been named in the search. The following will have further interviews with Mayor Steve Adler, the Austin City Council and the Citizen Search Task Force. They are: The next interviews

KVUE - 2017-11-20 20:09:20

How not to fry a turkey: Advice from Austin firefighters

AUSTIN - Every Thanksgiving, thousands of people deep fry their turkeys. But with that, comes the risk for potential fires or injuries. The Austin Fire Department said Texas ranks number one for the most grease and cooking fires on Thanksgiving Day. Fire departments in the United States respond to m

KVUE - 2017-11-21 01:03:12

Video: FLOTUS Receives White House Christmas Tree

First Lady Melania Trump, joined by son Barron, received the annual White House Christmas Tree on Monday afternoon. The tree was presented in a traditional horse-drawn carriage ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday as the Trump family heads to Florida Tuesday evening to celebrate at Mar-a-Lago. The 19.5

INFOWARS - 2017-11-20 22:41:32

El Chile Group adds a new Manor Road restaurant to the roster

Austin has fallen into a rut of unimaginative restaurant openings, with few new flavors making a debut. But as Newton's third law outlines, we're already beginning to see chefs eschewing homogeneity in favor of innovation. This correction course has resulted in a refreshing menu of experimental rest

AUSTIN CHRONICLE - 2017-11-21 00:45:00

Why Are We Helping Saudi Arabia Destroy Yemen?

It's remarkable that whenever you read an article about Yemen in the mainstream media, the central role of Saudi Arabia and the United States in the tragedy is glossed over or completely ignored. A recent Washington Post article purporting to tell us "how things got so bad" explains to us that, "it'

INFOWARS - 2017-11-20 22:55:33

Harvey was three months ago. These displaced families are still in limbo

Maria Keene in her home in Houston on Thursday, October 26, 2017. The home where Keene lived for 18 years was damaged by Harvey, forcing her to move to an apartment where she's expected to stay for months as her home is rebuilt. Michael Stravato for The Texas Tribune The devastation was swift, and t

THE TEXAS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-21 06:01:00

Jason Goodman: Bundy Political Prisoners Should Concern Everyone

Regardless of what you think about the Bundy standoff, the prison conditions and long incarceration without bail of the defendants should concern everyone - as well as the concealment of evidence. Jason Goodman, Crowdstrike the Truth, reports from Las Vegas. Regardless of what you think about the Bu

INFOWARS - 2017-11-20 21:45:12

Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas

Christmas decorations were laid out and ready for the team of volunteers who were on a mission Saturday morning to adorn the Tree of Hope. The decorated tree that stands in the hallway at the Hood County Justice Center isn't just a symbol of Christmas; it is also an emblem of hope and honors those w

HOOD COUNTY NEWS - 2017-11-20 14:24:48

Knieper Real Estate | Granbury

Located at the edge of the Texas Hill Country and situated in the quiet lakeside community of Granbury on 10 country-side acres, sits 3100 Neri Road, just 30 miles from Fort Worth. Enter the home through the front court yard and into the grand foyer. Inside find soaring ceilings, custom hand scrape

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Elevate Realty Group | Granbury

Enjoy the views of the Nutcracker Golf Course from the backyard of the 3,011 square foot home at 6001 Nutcracker Drive, located in the subdivision of Pecan Plantation. The home has a wide open floor plan and has been meticulously cared for since it was first built. There are four spacious bedrooms,

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Mineral Wells girl reportedly killed in Fort Worth crash

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram has reported a Mineral Wells girl died Sunday evening after being ejected from a vehicle in north Fort Worth. The newspaper said Fort Worth police were called about 5:30 p.m. to a wreck in the 2800 block of Golden Triangle Boulevard on the Interstate 35 northbound servic

MINERAL WELLS INDEX - 2017-11-20 12:19:00