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The Mulhall shooting, from two perspectives

The Mulhall shooting, from two perspectives

May 25, 2013

Jurors heard two versions of the events surrounding Dana Mulhall's death. Ultimately, they found Miller guilty of second-degree murder.

Man who robbed, zip-tied liquor store clerk found guilty

Man who robbed, zip-tied liquor store clerk found guilty

May 25, 2013

Surveillance video and DNA were key pieces of evidence that led to Jacques Roland's conviction.

School Board faces criticism over cuts

School Board faces criticism over cuts

May 25, 2013

The board's decision to cut six paraprofessional positions and restructure its adult education program was unfortunate, but necessary, the School Board says.

Abstinence-focused education under examination again

Abstinence-focused education under examination again

May 25, 2013

The majority of students in grades 6 to 12 are sexually active, and close to half report having unprotected sex. Katrina Townsend wants the School Board to consider expanding its sexual education program.

BREAKING: Paul Miller guilty of second-degree murder

BREAKING: Paul Miller guilty of second-degree murder

May 24, 2013

The jury began deliberations around 11:30 a.m. Friday. A verdict was reached just before 1:30 p.m.

Spokesperson: Sea Ray to hire 100

Spokesperson: Sea Ray to hire 100

May 24, 2013

Jobs at Sea Ray have fluctuated over the years. But many jobs could be filled over the coming weeks, a spokesperson confirmed Thursday.

Board considers policy changes for school uniforms

Board considers policy changes for school uniforms

May 23, 2013

The uniform policy, implemented at the start of this school year, has proven difficult to enforce.

Miller testifies in his murder trial

Miller testifies in his murder trial

May 23, 2013

Tensions mounted between Paul Miller, who is accused of second-degree murder, and prosecution Wednesday afternoon.

BREAKING: After attack, three pit bulls to be euthanized

BREAKING: After attack, three pit bulls to be euthanized

May 22, 2013

Three pit bulls involved in the May 5 mauling of a Flagler County woman were scheduled to be put down Wednesday, according to Diane Voigt, of the Flagler Humane Society.

Prosecution: Miller fired 'slow, paced, methodical shots'

Prosecution: Miller fired 'slow, paced, methodical shots'

May 22, 2013

The trial for Paul Miller, the man accused of the murdering of Dana Mulhall, continues this week.



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