Law & Disorder First Coast News chief meteorologist Tim Deegan has resolved his driving-under-the-influence case by accepting 12 months’ probation and agreeing to have his license suspended six months.
Attorney David Robbins, who represents Deegan, said Deegan pleaded no contest to the charge this week and will also have to perform 50 hours of community service, pay court costs of $1,031 and attend a DUI class.
“Throughout this ordeal Tim has been grateful for the outpouring of support from his family, friends and the viewing public,” Robbins said. More
No victims taken to hospital after bus crash in Fernandina Beach Wednesday A 47-year-old Fernandina Beach woman crashed into a Nassau County school bus Wednesday just after 2:30 p.m., according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Tammy Blanc tried to pass the bus in a BMW in the area of Felmor Road and The Buccaneer Trail when the front passenger side of the car struck the back of the bus, according to the Highway Patrol.
A 9-year-old boy was in the BMW and 47 passengers were on the bus.
Tracy Vanier was driving the bus and nobody was injured severely enough to be taken to the hospital, according to the FHP. More
Lee R. Flandreau, Naples: As stunning as the Auburn game winning return was, with one second on the clock, returning a missed field goal 109 yards for the win, it was not the first time something like that happened.