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Pulse Shooting

Independent Review Of Orlando Fire Department Response To Pulse: Policies Were Outdated And Not Followed

The National Police Foundation has issued an independent review of the Orlando Fire Department’s response to the Pulse nightclub shooting. The report, released Wednesday, largely corroborates an investigation by WMFE and ProPublica released in September finding the Orlando Fire Department failed to prepare adequately for a mass shooting, despite people within the organization sounding the alarm.
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Local News

Intersection: Recognition For ‘The Hello Girls’

A new musical opens in New York today: The Hello Girls tells the story of the women of the US Army Signal Corps in World War One. We revisit a conversation with Historian Elizabeth Cobbs about the Hello Girls and their struggle for recognition as veterans.
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Local News

Zimmerman Pleads No Contest In Stalking Case

George Zimmerman was sentenced Tuesday to 12 months of probation after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor stalking charge. It is the closest Zimmerman has come to a conviction since the former neighborhood watch volunteer was acquitted in Trayvon Martin’s death.
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Local News

Nelson Attorney Wants All Mail-In Ballots Counted

The Nelson campaign is suing the Florida Department of State in an effort to count mail-in ballots that were postmarked before Election Day but not delivered before the polls closed Tuesday. An attorney for the campaign said it’s voter disenfranchisement, but the Scott campaign disagrees.
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