Bill's Daily News: Just the News

Volusia County Drug Sting

(Volusia Co., FL) -- Dozens have been arrested in a Volusia County drug sting. Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood announced yesterday the capture of 25 people connected to the sale of crack cocaine, heroin and other drugs. The roundup ended Tuesday as part of "Operation Crack of Dawn." Arrest warrants were issued yesterday for 12 others allegedly involved in the scheme.

Alligator Removed From Marion County School

(Marion Co., FL) -- An alligator has been removed from a Marion County school. The Marion County Sheriff's Office said the three-foot gator was found yesterday outside the Fort McCoy School. It was caught by a school resource officer and relocated. No one was hurt. Oh, no…not in the job description.  Call a firefighter or animal control officer…SRO, no way!

Confederate Flags At Tallahassee High School

(Tallahassee, FL) -- The Confederate flag has become a source of disruption at a Tallahassee high school. A number of classrooms at Chiles High School were empty yesterday after a threat posted to social media a day after the Rebel flag was flown on campus. Leon County school officials excused absences for students who missed school due to sore and lingering feelings on the issue. A number of students tell Tallahassee news outlets that the students have flown the flag in recent weeks. Sure, let’s teach our kids to be snowflakes rather than working out their differences in a mature, responsible manner.  And if those pesky final exams are bothering you, go ahead and sty home for those, too!

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