Bodies Found After Traffic Crash
(Hickox, GA) -- A car crash is responsible for leading deputies to a tragic discovery. Marion County's Michael Jones was in a traffic accident Sunday in Georgia, and he told responding deputies there was a body in the car. The body was that of his wife Casei Jones, who was declared missing this weekend, along with her four children. Michael also apparently told deputies where they could find the bodies of the children, who ranged in age from one to 10.
DNA, Ballistic Evidence Led Police To Daytona Beach Serial Killer
(Daytona Beach, FL) -- More information is being released about what led police to a Daytona Beach serial killer. Thirty-seven-year-old Robert Hayes is accused of killing four women between 2005 and 2007. Officials say Hayes was arrested for a 2016 murder of a woman in Palm Beach County, but was connected to the other crimes through DNA and ballistic evidence. Hayes was reportedly a student at Bethune Cookman College when the Daytona Beach killings occurred.
Brevard Teachers Enter Contract Talks
(Titusville, FL) -- Progress could be made today in contract talks for teachers in Brevard County. The teachers union yesterday proposed an extra 23-hundred dollars for highly effective teachers and 17-hundred for effective teachers. The school board will meet today to discuss the proposal and decide what to do next.
Police Officer Arrested
(Sunrise, FL) -- A police officer in Broward County finds himself on the wrong side of the law. Sunrise Police Sergeant Roger Krege was arrested recently for sharing a list of confidential informants with the South Florida Sun Sentinel. An arrest warrant claims revealing that information put every confidential informant in grave danger. The 17-year veteran is now suspended with pay.
Gaetz Believes Impeachment Talk Is 'Deader Than A Joe Biden Political Rally'
(Washington, DC) -- Matt Gaetz doesn't seem to believe impeachment or Joe Biden pose much of a threat to President Trump. The First District congressman said yesterday talk of impeaching Trump is just political grandstanding, and no serious effort is in the works. Gaetz tells DailyCaller.com most backbencher Democrats will confess impeachment in the House is deader than a Joe Biden political rally.
ACI Report: Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Is World's Busiest Airport
(Undated) -- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest passenger airport in the world once again. The Airports Council International released its world traffic report on Monday, which shows more than 107 million passengers flew through the Georgia airport last year, a three-point-three percent increase in passenger traffic. Hartsfield-Jackson has now been the world's busiest airport for 21-straight years. However, Chicago's O'Hare International Airport was number one for flight counts, with nearly 904-thousand takeoffs and landings in 2018.
Florida Police: Busted DUI Couple Had Sex In Cop Car
(Nassau County, FL) -- A Florida couple, busted for allegedly driving under the influence, will face additional charges for reportedly having sex in the back of the arresting officer's cop car. Police in Nassau County say 31-year-old Aaron Thomas and 35-year-old Megan Mondanaro were stopped riding bikes with no headlights, when the deputy noticed their bloodshot eyes and alcoholic odor. The deputy said he placed the two in his vehicle, and after stepping away, found them slightly undressed and in the act of intercourse. Thomas tried to flee naked but was recaptured behind a Cold Stone Creamery. The pair face charges of exposing sex organs and DUI among others.
TODAY IN HISTORY:
2001, The New York Stock Exchange reopened for the first time since the terrorist attacks on September 11th. This was the longest time the New York Stock Exchange was closed since the Great Depression in the 30's.
1991, the sitcom, "Home Improvement," made its debut on ABC.
1983, Vanessa Williams became the first black woman to be crowned Miss America. She later surrendered her crown after "Penthouse" magazine published nude pictures of her.
1976, the public sew The Space Shuttle Enterprise for the first time.
1972, the classic sitcom, "M*A*S*H," debuted on CBS. The show stayed on the air eleven years and is widely regarded as one of the top comedy programs ever.
1966, "Mission: Impossible" premiered on CBS.
1920, the American Professional Football Association, the precursor to the National Football League, was formed.
1787, the Constitution of the United States was signed at the end of the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.