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After Bombing, Manchester Searches For Justice

  • May 25, 2017

After a suspected terrorist attack on Monday night in Manchester, England, United Kingdom, the world is still reeling. The tragedy occurred at a concert for American pop singer Ariana Grande, when a suicide bomber detonated a bomb in the crowded Manchester Arena at the end of Grande’s show. Of the 22 victims, many were young people. With 22 fatalities and numerous injuries, t...

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Summer Safety Basics: At The Pool

  • May 25, 2017

With the hot days of summer quickly approaching, your backyard or community pool is probably starting to look pretty refreshing! For kids and adults alike, summer is the perfect time for splashing in the pool, and swimming is a great way to exercise and play. But summer also brings a higher amount of drowning deaths, particularly among children. In fact, drowning is the leading...

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Is It Illegal To Drive Below The Speed Limit?

  • May 24, 2017

Slow drivers in the left lane. They’re annoying. They’re infuriating. But are they actually doing anything illegal? Since driving under the speed limit can dangerously impede the flow of traffic, it is considered a traffic violation. It’s uncommon for drivers to receive a ticket for driving below the speed limit, but it is possible! Stay In The Right Lane According to Flo...

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Botulism Outbreak And Suing For A Foodborne Illness

  • May 23, 2017

In northern California, a quick gas station snack has turned deadly for one man, and caused serious illness to nine others. The ten victims have botulism, a rare but serious disease caused by a powerful toxin. What Is Botulism? Botulism is caused by a toxin called clostridium botulinum, or the botulinum toxin. It generally spreads via food, particularly through canned foods and...

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“Any Time Is Train Time,” So Watch Out!

  • May 23, 2017

Trains might seem like a thing of the past, associated with classic western movies or old-timey circus memories. And while passenger trains aren’t as common as they used to be, trains are still very much in use across the United States. According to Federal Railroad Administration, the freight train network consists of 140,000 rail miles and over 500 local or regional railroa...

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Read and Play 2017 Was A Success!

  • May 22, 2017

Over the summer, there are three very important things we want all Pinellas County students to remember: Keep learning! Get plenty of exercise and fresh air! Stay safe! Through our annual Read and Play Project, we help local students accomplish all three of these things! Read and Play! The purpose  is to make sure that all kids have a book to read and a ball to play with over ...

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