Education

Two elected officials, two stories

March 16, 2011

Superintendent Malcolm Thomas denies any cover up or delays in reporting the sexual assault at Tate High School. The daily newspaper gave his version of how school officials handled the alleged crime. Thomas said that a…

Education News

Arrest made in Tate sexual assault case

March 16, 2011

Press Release: A 16-year-old Tate High School student was arrested this evening after allegedly forcing another student to perform a sex act on him. Deputies served an arrest warrant on Raymond Eugene Teamer (pictured) for sexual…

Education Politics

Tate reported few crimes to ECSO last year

March 16, 2011

Through a public records request of the Florida Department of Education, IN got the School Environmental Safety Incident Report for the Escambia County School District for the 2009-10 school year. School administrations enter into the state…

Education

Tight budget means eliminating degrees

March 15, 2011

Orlando Sentinel: Florida universities and colleges are looking at cutting back on their degrees in order to say money. At Florida State University, the bull’s-eye is on music theory and composition. At the University of Central…

BP Disaster

Thank you, BP (photos)

March 15, 2011

One of our freelancers sent in this report: This past Saturday all the cobia boats were reporting to me seeing weathered oil on the surface just 100 feet off Pensacola Beach. They reported it being in…

News

Student Handbook states sexual assaults to be reported immediately

March 15, 2011

Escambia County Student Handbook: Sexual Harassment 1. The School District of Escambia County prohibits sexual harassment of students in any form which involves employees, school volunteers, or other students. Behaviors considered to be sexual harassment include…

State & National News

Riding Moby Dick to Atlantis

March 15, 2011

Those are the chances that Orlando Sentinel columnist Mike Thomas gives on anyone ever riding the Sun Rail to downtown Orlando. Thomas fires off some great one-liners in this column about how Gov. Rick Scott is…

News

Radioactive releases could continue

March 15, 2011

Experts are calling the Japanese nuclear crisis the worst since Chernobyl after a third explosion and a fire at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant Monday. Radiation levels near one reactor were 400 times the normal amount…

Buzz

Buzz: Physical assault at Escambia High

March 15, 2011

Buzz: The IN has also received a report of Escambia High School athletes beating up students on campus. We will find out if this incident has been reported to law enforcement.…