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The Point, February 23, 2023: Terrell Bradley seeks K-9 strike deal

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• WUFT News: Terrell Bradley is seeking settlements from the city of Gainesville after K9 mauling left him with more than $250,000 in medical debt. “Police K9 mauling July 2022 took Bradley’s right eye and left him with broken bones and spinal fluid leak.”

• WUFT News: Alachua County Public Schools Extend Tuition Waiver to Homeless and Low-Income Students. “The new tuition waiver policy establishes tuition bans for students experiencing homelessness, students who are eligible for free lunch or breakfast, and any student whose family is suffering a serious loss or generally lacks the ability to pay expenses due to any reason Superintendent Shane Andrew or his designee deems legitimate.”

• The Alligator: Suspected hit and run leaves 2-year-old grandmother in the hospital. “The driver did not stop and left both pedestrians with serious injuries. They were transported to UF Health Shands Hospital, GPD spokesman David Chudzik said.

• WCJB: “It’s Been Over Three Hours”: Semi-truck crash shuts down I-75, stranding drivers. “Florida Highway Patrol soldiers say the crash was reported at 9:14 am on I-75 near mileage 347 in Marion County. Soldiers say a vehicle was too large to pass under the overpass and hit the structure.

• WUFT News: An antique mall owner in Lake City is following in his father’s footsteps. “Webb essentially invented the antique mall style by bringing together multiple retailers so the public could shop in one space.”

• WFSU-Tallahassee: When Florida foster children go missing, they may face danger. Lawmakers are considering a bill to help. “By December, nearly 200 children had disappeared from foster care or foster homes in Florida.

• Spectrum News: Spectrum News 13 reporter Dylan Lyons was killed in the Pine Hills shooting. “Orange County Sheriff John Mina said a 9-year-old girl was also killed in a separate, but related, random shooting.”

• Florida Politics: Kathleen Passidomo Prioritizes Affordable Housing, Advances Senate Wildlife Corridor. “Both measures passed unanimously and will now pass on the Senate floor before the 60-day regular session, which begins March 7.”

• WLRN-Miami: Credit card companies targeted for tracking gun sales in Florida under new measure. “The Republican-controlled Senate Banking and Insurance Committee voted 7-3 along party lines to pass a bill (SB 214) that would target yet-to-be-enacted plans by some credit card companies to create a separate ‘merchant category class’ for sales to firearms companies.

• Florida Policy: Florida lawmakers look to the future to prepare the streets for driverless cars. “A section of HB 425 requests the Florida Department of Transportation to establish updated rules for the Florida State Highway System.”

• WLRN-Miami: Florida seaports will see increased cargo and a resumption of cruising. “Global supply chain issues last year helped push cargo traffic at Florida’s 16 seaports slightly above pre-pandemic numbers, while the cruise industry is expected to return to pre-pandemic passenger numbers. pandemic this year”.

• NPR: A proposed law in Florida would ban dogs from sticking their heads out of car windows. “A new bill has been proposed in Florida that would enact a number of guidelines and protections for animals, such as a ban on declawing cats, animal testing for cosmetics and dogs hanging their heads out of windows.”

• Nationwide: Colorado prosecutors make hate crime case in Club Q shooting

• Nationwide: A doctor near East Palestine, Ohio details the main thing he’s seeing now

• World: Israeli raid leaves 11 dead and 100 injured, Palestinians say, as violence escalates

• Politics: Democrats warn against releasing January 6 tapes to a Fox News anchor

• Health: Many people with ADHD are unable to receive their medications due to a shortage of Adderall

• Science: Clues to Bronze Age cranial surgery revealed in ancient bones

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