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Caution: Monkeys — Florida officials warn residents amid simian sightings | KTVE

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www.myarklamiss.com – Nick Robertson – 2023-08-25 05:05:27

SUMMARY: Wild monkeys have been spotted in Orange City, Florida, and local officials are warning residents to stay away from them. The monkeys, specifically rhesus macaques, can cause outbreaks of diseases like E. coli and herpes, and can also devastate bird populations by eating their eggs. Feeding the monkeys is illegal in Florida, and authorities are urging residents to not approach or interact with them. The monkeys initially came to Florida in the 1930s and have since established populations in different parts of the state. The University of Florida warns that unmanaged monkey populations can be dangerous for the environment, wildlife, and humans.

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New Orleans Weather: Few chances for rain Thursday and Friday, 90s temps back next week

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-06-19 22:50:31

SUMMARY: Alberto is moving inland, causing coastal flooding to subside by tomorrow. The storm has shown better organization, with wind speeds increasing from 40 to 50 mph due to new thunderstorms near its center. Heavy rainfall remains an issue, particularly in Mexico, potentially causing landslides. Coastal flood warnings along eastern shorelines are due to strong winds. Another low-pressure system, Invest 92, is being monitored but is unlikely to develop into a tropical storm due to wind shear. Rainfall is decreasing, and other tropical systems are being blocked by an upper-high pressure, leading to rising temperatures and heat advisories.

Chief Meteorologist Chris Franklin says our rain chances are decreasing, but we could experience a few showers. Heat in the 90s returns next week.

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Report: Gerry Glasco expected to coach Texas Tech softball

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www.youtube.com – News 10 – 2024-06-19 22:37:31

SUMMARY: Cinjun softball head coach Jerry Glasco is expected to become the next head coach at Texas Tech, though neither the Red Raiders nor Cinjun have confirmed this. Glasco recently finished his seventh season in Lafayette, boasting a 302-88 record. Last season, he led the team to a 45-19 record, including a significant win over then-number one Oklahoma. In Sun Belt Conference play, Louisiana had a 22-2 record and extended its conference series win streak to 89. They hosted their first regional in seven years and made it to a Super Regional in 2023. Glasco would replace Craig Snider at Texas Tech.

Rounding Third Softball posted on X (formerly Twitter) that Cajun softball head coach Gerry Glasco is expected to be the next head coach at Texas Tech.

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The Breakdown: ACLU challenges law requiring 10 commandments in classrooms

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-06-19 22:31:12

SUMMARY: Governor Jeff Landry eagerly anticipated a lawsuit over a new Louisiana law requiring the Ten Commandments in classrooms. Shortly after its enactment, the ACLU of Louisiana, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and the Freedom From Religion Foundation announced plans to file a lawsuit, claiming the law violates the First Amendment by promoting religious coercion in schools. House Bill 71 mandates that all public schools display the Ten Commandments in each classroom. Attorney General Liz Merl supports the law, citing its foundational importance. Landry acknowledged the anticipated legal challenges, foreseeing taxpayer expenses.

In your Breakdown, Governor Jeff Landry said he ‘couldn't wait' to be sued over a new law requiring the 10 commandments in Louisiana classrooms.

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