The video of Springfield Police officers taking down Solomon Smith, a black man with special needs, has shaken many in the community. Springfield City and Police officials met with protesters during a press conference Thursday.
According to Bay District Schools board chairman, Steve Moss, a quarter of students have opted to attend class online for at least the first part of the year. This comes as Governor Ron DeSantis announced a plan for on-campus instruction this year
The show must go on. Panama City announced the Fourth of July Salute to Freedom fireworks display will still happen, but with some slight changes to adjust with Governor DeSantis' Phase 2 restrictions.
COVID-19 may have dropped the curtain on live competition but it couldn't keep it from the virtual stage. The winners have been announced for The Southern Lights The Search for a Star contest and now they're making their way from the webcam to the bank.
Many residents watched as local law-enforcement officials and local minority groups came together during that press conference Tuesday to talk about the death of George Floyd, as well as riots and protests in our country.
In a recent facetime interview, travel nurse Melissa Wilkins said while the basics of nursing are still the same there are now a lot of new moving parts because of COVID-19. She also said they're seeing lab markers that are specific with COVID patients they haven't seen in other illnesses.