Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Writers

Neil Bedi



Hundreds of students and community activists marched down North Boulevard to address the inaction of lawmakers when it comes to gun violence, on February 23, 2018 in Tampa, Fla. The group marched from Blake High School to Curtis Hixon park. The protest was held in the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, Fla. that killed 17 people. [MONICA HERNDON   |   Times]

‘I’ll kill you’: Threats and violence from the school workers who may soon carry guns

Florida lawmakers are voting today on whether to let some school employees carry guns on campus.The current proposal would let school districts arm any employee who isn’t solely a full-time teacher.
Updated: 2 months ago
Five workers died in a June accident at Tampa Electric's Big Bend Power Plant. [TIMES]

For Tampa Electric, the costly sanction could be yet to come

This week the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration slammed Tampa Electric for a June accident that killed five workers, hitting the company with a six-figure fine.
Updated: 4 months ago
Luis Santana   |   Times 
Two people were killed and four people were seriously injured Thursday in what is being described as a

OSHA: Tampa Electric ignored its own rules in accident that killed 5 workers

APOLLO BEACH Tampa Electric ignored its own rules when performing a dangerous maintenance job at the Big Bend Power Station in June that left five workers dead, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced Thursday.OSHA...
Updated: 4 months ago
Tampa Electric's Big Bend power plant in Apollo Beach. [Times]

OSHA: Tampa Electric ignored its own rules in accident that killed 5 workers

APOLLO BEACH — Tampa Electric ignored its own rules when performing a dangerous maintenance job at the Big Bend Power Station in June that left five workers dead, the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced...
Updated: 4 months ago

Pasco County Schools official arrested on child porn charge

A Pasco County Schools transportation manager was arrested Tuesday on a federal charge of distributing and possessing child pornography, according to court records.William Napolitano, 34, started his career as a school bus driver in 2004, said...
Updated: 6 months ago