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Palm Coast robbery suspect located, jailed

Deputies said they have arrested a convicted felon accused of stealing a smoking pipe from another man at gunpoint earlier this week in Palm Coast. Cody Wilson, 26, was charged with robbery with a deadly weapon and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and he remains jailed at the Flagler Cou

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 15:56:06

Flagler, Volusia students to march in Macy's parade

Eight students from Flagler and Volusia counties will get memories to last a lifetime by marching in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York. Flagler Palm Coast High School will have the biggest contingent in the parade with six paticipants. Performing with the Macy's Great American Marching

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 18:06:16

Flagler bans medical pot dispensaries

When Flagler County Commissioner Greg Hansen made a motion Monday night to ban medical marijuana dispensaries in the county, he knew he had an ally in fellow Commissioner David Sullivan. Sullivan has been a staunch foe against allowing pot shops to operate in the county and made a motion of his own

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 19:17:28

Man arrested after breaking motel window over an argument about soap

10:55 p.m. - W. Granada Boulevard and Main Trail DUI. A 64-year-old woman who told police officers she'd lived in Ormond Beach for 17 "god-forsaken years" was arrested for drunk driving even though she claimed she only had one glass of wine. Police pulled the woman over after seeing her swerve in an


Salvation Army served hundreds on Thanksgiving

DAYTONA BEACH - The rain was relentless, but hundreds of people still weathered the downpour Thursday to sit under a tent and gobble down a hot Thanksgiving meal. "I think it's been a blessing," said Randall Hewitt, one of more than 200 people who were served during the first hour of the meal givea

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 23:30:30

LETTERS: "A wild turkey walked up to our front door to say "hello" about 10 a.m."

Experiencing the inner workings of Port Orange Twenty-nine citizens completed the first City of Port Orange University this week under the watchful eye and guidance of Christine Martindale, public information officer. Martindale set up, coordinated and executed the nine weeks of classes, tours and

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

TSA reminds passengers about guns in carry-on luggage

The Transportation Security Administration is reminding people about guns in carry-on luggage. Officials say the number of guns confiscated at airport checkpoints nationwide is escalating and could top 4,000 this year. Orlando International Airport is in the top 10, with 81 guns found to date. TSA


'Have faith in yourself': He's blind, but don't tell this victim advocate and karate teacher he's disabled

DAYTONA BEACH - A loud snap echoed through the karate studio as Josh Espinal's student kicked her foot into the black punching bag. Espinal removes his hand from the top of the bag, points at the girl and lets her know he's heard the sound he's been listening for. "There you go! Again!" Espinal said


Oakland police recruits treat families to Thanksgiving feast

OAKLAND (KRON)- Two Oakland police academies teamed up to spread some Thanksgiving cheer to families in Oakland. Recruits from the 177th and 178th Police Academies were out on the grill early and set up bounce houses for kids in the community. The 177th and 178th Police Recruit Academies came togeth

KRON4 - 2017-11-23 17:49:50

Shop in Oakland during 'Plaid Friday Weekend'

OAKLAND, Calif. (BCN) - Many Oakland businesses are hoping that shoppers will stay out of the Big Box stores and shop locally in what the city has designated "Plaid Friday Weekend." More than 200 retailers and other businesses are participating, giving shoppers an option to big-box retail stores a

BAYINSIDER - 2017-11-24 13:20:00

Everything Ebenezer: Fairfield man plays Scrooge in Oakland Temple Hill musical

Chris Pedersen is pictured from the 2016 production of "Scrooge." FAIRFIELD - Solano County theater-goers know Chris Pedersen from Fairfield Civic Theatre and Solano College Theatre productions. He took home an Arty award in 2000 for his portrayal of Colonel Pickering in "My Fair Lady." Pedersen ret

DAILY REPUBLIC - 2017-11-24 11:44:25

Long lines at the malls on Black Friday, while Oakland hopes people shop locally

LIVERMORE, Calif. (KTVU/AP) - Lines were long at the outlet mall in Livermore, where stores opened at 3 p.m. on Thanskgiving Day, hours before the official start of Black Friday. "We shop until tomorrow night," Diane Oberg of Brentwood said early Friday morning with a shopping cart full of gifts. "

BAYINSIDER - 2017-11-23 23:59:59

DeCOALonize Oakland: 150 youth, workers rally as Oakland launches boycott on Tagami's Rotunda Building

Oakland, Calif. - On Nov. 21, 150 Oakland youth, clean air activists, workers and labor leaders announced a boycott on Phil Tagami's Rotunda Building in response to Tagami's lawsuit against the City of Oakland. Tagami is suing to overturn the popular ban on the handling and storing of coal, so that

SFBAYVIEW.COM - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Man fatally shot in East Oakland

OAKLAND - A man was fatally shot in East Oakland Wednesday morning, police said. Police were trying to identify the man. His body was found about 3:16 a.m. Wednesday in the 1900 block of East 12th Street, a mostly commercial area. Police don't have a motive yet for the killing and have not made any


Oakland mayor asks homeowners to rent to the homeless

OAKLAND, Calif. (Allie Rasmus/KTVU) - Oakland's mayor is asking homeowners to help the homeless in an unconventional way: to open up a spare room or rental unit to someone in need. It's an idea Mayor Libby Schaaf referenced earlier this month in her State of the City speech, where she introduced a f


Gift of Home: Oakland Mayor Launches Campaign to Help the Homeless

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is taking an out-of-the-box approach to help the homeless. The mayor has launched a new campaign calling for others to open up their homes. She has rolled out a website aimed at partnering landlords with people transitioning form homeless programs to independent living. Sc

NBC BAY AREA - 2017-11-23 01:23:35

11/22 brief 56th st. re-opens

56th Street opens today but caution still needed KEARNEY - The Kearney Public Works Department and Blessing Construction said 56th Street will re-open to traffic at 5 p.m. today. However, 17th Avenue north and south of 56th Street will still remain closed for utility installation and grade work. The

KEARNEY HUB - 2017-11-22 17:00:00

NTV Weather fan meets Kent Boughton

Tuesday afternoon, a big fan of NTV's weather had the chance to meet NTV's own Kent Boughton. "Hey Kent Boughton? How's the weather been?," said 20-year-old Holden Wolfteich. "Beautiful. Yesterday, it was really nice," said Boughton. Holden lives at Mosaic Bethphage Village in Axtell. He has lived t


Train, van collision kills man near Brady

Train, van collision kills man near Brady. (MGN) BRADY, Neb. - One man was killed after a train and a van collided two miles east of Brady, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department. Lincoln County Deputies responded to a van and train accident at 5:43 p.m. Wednesday at a private railroa

NEBRASKATV - 2017-11-22 20:19:11

Highways 10 at 6/34 to be closed for railroad work

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KEARNEY HUB - 2017-11-22 17:00:00