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Fla. School Investigates Report of Teacher Drowning Raccoons

Fla. School Investigates Report of Teacher Drowning Raccoons



2018-05-16T16:00:23+0000

Witnesses say that the Florida teacher drowned multiple animals in front of students because the animals were a nuisance to the agriculture program at the school.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission also is investigating to see whether any laws were broken.


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Latest track show #Alberto making landfall in the Florida Panhandle by Monday morning. However, impacts begin as early as this evening.

Rain: 4-8", up to 12" (thru Tues)
Winds: Tropical storm force (by tonight)
Storm Surge: 2-4' (at high tide)

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Josh Linker: #alberto took in some dry air through the morning so the eastern half of the low level center is exposed. Strongest wind (45-50 mph) just on western edge of center. Large area of rain still well east of center over Florida.

Josh Linker: 11 am Sunday update on #alberto. Slightly stronger, moving north quicker. Landfall tomorrow morning along the Fl Panhandle. No significant issues for Tampa Bay Area. Some more gusty showers at times, minor coastal issue tomorrow with SW wind.

#Alberto 11 am advisory: Alberto to strengthen before panhandle landfall; on and off showers for Bay area https://t.co/Iwd2xxvwqS

Where is #Alberto heading? The latest: https://t.co/vpLcszKStw

SANDBAG NOTE for #Alberto ... The Hernando County sandbag distribution site at Anderson Snow Park located at 1360 Anderson Snow Rd. in Spring Hill will close today at noon.

In this week's Call Box column:
- What happened to the old St. Mary’s Motel near Folkston.
- And why wasn't interim superintendent Patricia Willis not able to apply for the job permanently? https://t.co/8rnIVjeZpQ

Here are the 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Key Messages on #Alberto. Full advisory at https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb

Here are the 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Key Messages on #Alberto. Full advisory at https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb

Subtropical Storm #Alberto Advisory 9: Alberto Moving Northward Toward the Northern Gulf Coast. https://t.co/VqHn0uj6EM

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Rain band continues to move northward into Jacksonville area. No lightning detected at this time. 10:36 AM EDT #flwx #gawx

Latest Subtropical Storm #Alberto Advisory:

-Winds have come up slightly, indicating slight strengthening
-Moving north at 14mph, could mean an earlier landfall than initially expected if this continues

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Waves of heavy rain continue this morning as Subtropical Storm #Alberto passes just over 240 miles to #Miami's west. An isolated chance for severe weather remains as well.

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