Mick's Morning News

Florida Man Accused Of Changing Governor's Voter Registration

(Naples, FL) -- A Naples man is facing voter fraud charges after allegedly changing the voter registration of Governor Ron DeSantis. According to the FDLE, DeSantis tried to vote on Monday and learned that his address in the Florida voting registration database had been changed to a West Palm Beach address. Agents say the address was changed over a computer and linked Anthony Guevara to the crime. It's believed the 20-year-old also accessed the voter registrations of Florida Senator Rick Scott and sports celebrities Michael Jordan and LeBron James, but made no changes. Guevara was booked into the Collier County Jail on charges of unauthorized access of a computer and altering a voter registration without consent. He's being held on a five-thousand-dollar bond.

Cocoa City Council Candidate To Remain On The Ballot

(Cocoa, FL) -- A Cocoa City Council candidate will remain on the ballot, but he may still have trouble taking office if elected. A judge yesterday rejected a request to remove Lavander Hearn's name from the ballot over concerns that he doesn't meet the residency requirement. The judge ruled, though, that if Hearn wins the District Two election, the plaintiffs could sue to stop Hearn from being seated. The lawyer for the plaintiffs, including outgoing District Two Councilwoman Brenda Warner, tells Florida Today he plans to do so. 

Search Underway To Find Road Rage Killer

(Sunrise, FL) -- Police hope a surveillance video will lead them to the shooter in a deadly case of road rage in Broward County. Sunrise Police yesterday released video from last week's shooting on Nob Hill Road. Police say a pickup truck driver shot at two people in a car that cut off the truck.The 21-year-old passenger in the car was killed.

B-CU Goes Online-Only

(Daytona Beach, FL) -- The coronavirus is causing a Volusia County school to go online-only. Bethune-Cookman University yesterday held its final day of in-person classes for the fall semester. Students are allowed to remain on campus, though, through the end of the semester, November 20th. Those students that remain must abide by a curfew and shelter in place. 

Floridians More Likely To Stay Home For The Holidays Due To Coronavirus Concerns

(Orlando, FL) -- A new AAA survey finds more Floridians may be staying home for the holidays due to ongoing concerns due to the coronavirus. According to the results, 84-percent say they have concerns about traveling during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons this year. Flying is also not an option for 56-percent of those surveyed as they do not feel traveling by air is safe enough. Another 51-percent now say they are more comfortable traveling now than when the pandemic began in March.

Woman Refuses To Remove Strip Club Halloween Display

(Richmond, TX) -- A Texas woman is being told to remove her stripper-themed Halloween display, but she says no. Angela Nava got a letter from her HOA citing complaints that the decorations were "inappropriate" and "offensively positioned." She created an outdoor strip club with pole-dancing skeletons. She says it's fun to change their positions and most neighbors drive by nightly to see what the dancers are doing. She was given 30 days to take down the display, which falls well after Halloween.


2015, Astronaut Scott Kelly officially set the record for the longest space mission by an American, breaking Michael Lopez-Alegria's record of 215 days. He started his mission in the International Space Station back in March and spent 342 days orbiting the Earth.

2012, Hurricane Sandy left death and destruction in several Northeastern states, including New York and New Jersey.

1998, 77-year-old Senator John Glenn blasted off back into space aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery, 36-years after he blazed the trail for American astronauts. 

1974, Muhammad Ali defeated George Foreman in Kinshasa, Zaire, to regain the world heavyweight boxing championship. The fight was billed as "The Rumble in the Jungle."

1969, the U.S. Supreme Court ordered an end to all school segregation "at once."

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