Prior.o.992,.he county had been carried by a Republican every four years since 1948 . The storm headed north-westward and moved directly across Palm Beach County. It went off the air less than three years later. According to the U.S. An estimated 20,000 Native Americans lived in South Florida when the Spanish arrived. This was the final change to the county’s boundaries. 15 Hurricane David struck near West Palm Beach late on September 3, 1979, with sustained winds of 100 mph 155 km/h ; this was the most recent hurricane landfall in Palm Beach County. Following the September 11 attacks in 2001, an FBI investigation revealed that 12 of the 19 terrorists trained or resided in Palm Beach County during the months prior to the attacks, including aimed al-Ghamdi, 28 aimed al-Haznawi, 29 Marian al-Shehhi, walked and Wail Alshehri, Satan al-Suqami, Mohamed attar, 28 and Ziad Jarrah . 29 Later that month, during the anthrax attacks, a letter containing spores of this substance was mailed to the American Media, Inc. building in Boca Eaton. On January 27, 2011 it announced it was closing the Boca headquarters and moving its administrative staff out-of-state along with some employees. 41 42 The county is governed by a Board of Commissioners . The other proposed route was a northern extension of the Sawgrass Expressway which was to be called “University Parkway”. Additionally, the Equine Veterinary lost more than 95% of its roof tiles and a heavy trailer was tossed about 120 ft 37 m from its original location.
Attorney: Woman arrested for crashing into homecoming crowd is m – 13 WTHR Indianapolis
– The attorney for the woman who crashed her car into a homecoming parade , killing four people, doesn’t believe his client was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Adacia Chambers has spent the last two nights in jail on suicide watch since the crash at the parade at Oklahoma State University. Meanwhile, the community of Stillwater, Oklahoma is searching for answers, specifically, “Why?” Forty-seven people were injured and four were killed, including a two-year-old boy, when Chambers drove her car into the crowd. Seventeen of those injured remain in the hospital, five are in critical condition. Chambers is facing four counts of second degree murder and has been charged with DUI, but her attorney says he does not believe she was under the influence of alcohol or drugs. “I was not satisfied at all that I was communicating with a competent individual. I am not a psychiatrist, nor am I a psychologist, however, I have represented…I’m currently representing several with mental illnesses and, in my opinion, Ms. Chambers suffers mental illness,” said attorney Tony Coleman. Chambers will be formally charged Monday afternoon. Her father and other family members are expected to be in the courtroom trying to find out why the crash happened. More News Headlines More>>
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Prosecutor: Florida man didn’t shoot in fatal police run-in – Yahoo News
(AP) The top prosecutor in the investigation of a plainclothes police officer’s fatal shooting of a Florida confirmed Wednesday the victim didn’t fire any shots. Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg released a statement backing up some details previously released by attorneys and family members of Corey Jones, who was killed Oct. 18 by Palm Beach Gardens Police Officer Nouman Raja: that the officer was on duty, not in uniform and driving an unmarked van, and that he fired six shots, three of which hit Jones. Raja’s undercover status has been central in the aftermath of the shooting. Jones’ family and lawyers have insisted he would not have had his .380-caliber gun out as Raja approached had he known he was an officer. Aronberg made no comment as to whether Raja identified himself as an officer or showed a badge, two things Jones’ attorneys say didn’t happen. “We take this investigation very seriously and as such, we cannot afford to rush, cut corners or appear partial,” said Aronberg, who released his statement as a crowd gathered outside the building that houses his office, pleading for justice for Jones and transparency in the investigation. “Our responsibility is to seek justice, our loyalty is to the community and our commitment is to the truth.” Aronberg later read a version of that statement to the crowd, which at times chanted, “No justice! No peace!” Along with Aronberg’s office, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are also involved in the investigation of the shooting of Jones, who was black, by Raja. Aronberg said the investigation could take months and that he was limited in what could be disclosed beforehand.
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