Josh Stambaugh has been told he will also receive back pay after an arbitrator ruled the sheriff missed the deadline for firing him by 13 days following his conduct during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre which left 17 dead.
WFLA reported that while some students were wearing face coverings, they were sitting close together, at times on the same seat.
Their relationship had been publicly rocky since June.
The suspect is alleged to have gained access to an online conference call and shouted, "Going to shoot your kid in the 2020 Columbine remake."
"She has no place in the Republican Party," said JT Lewis, who recently announced he was joining President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign team.
Over 100 people were at the party before police arrived, a spokesperson for the police union said; two patrol teams are now self-isolating.
Doctor at Parkland Hospital in Dallas warns young people to be vigilant following grandfather's death.
Hospitalizations in Texas climbed to 9,869 on Thursday, the highest level recorded in the state since early April.
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The shooting stole not only 49 lives; it stole a sense of safety and freedom for many LGBTQ people nationwide. We saw our resilience, but we also see how much this nation still has to do.
Ted Howze, the embattled GOP candidate for California's 10th district, lost the endorsement of the most powerful Republican in the House, Kevin McCarthy, after dozens of racist and offensive social media posts Howze wrote emerged recently.
Letting President Donald Trump do the talking is working wonders for Biden now. But eventually, he'll have to speak up—and that could be a problem.
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I can personally attest to Biden's decency, humanity—and understanding of loss. That's what America will need to come back from this crisis.
Medical workers across the U.S. say they are in desperately short supply of protective equipment such as masks as they grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
The legend released a heartfelt narrative track about that fateful day in Dallas and all the music that came after.
"In 2000, 537 votes in Florida weighed more than 537,000 votes in the rest of the country."
Rep. Ken Buck criticized for video he posted onto Facebook denouncing gun control reform.
Bailey Nielsen, 11, appeared before lawmakers in Boise, Idaho alongside her grandfather, Charles Nielsen, as they debated whether to allow visitors to the state to carry concealed handguns.
Fred Guttenberg, who lost his 14-year-old daughter in the Parkland shooting, said Bennett's comment "pushes for the possibility of gun violence."
Gun policy earns the starkest statistical divide of any of the 18 policy issues when broken down along gender lines.
In 1999, students, parents and educators were consumed with divergent explanations for the depravity of the shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado.
Two years since Parkland and hours since the most recent gun homicide in Chicago, Americans are dying every day while politicians fill their pockets with NRA checks.
Tony Montalto, the president of Stand With Parkland, a group founded by some of the families of the victims, met with the president to celebrate the launch of a school safety initiative.
Images of the group sitting in the Washington office of the Kentucky senator were shared on social media. Their message was: "Your inaction is literally killing us."