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The weather outside in downtown West Palm Beach wasn’t exactly frightful Wednesday night. Plenty of people still enjoyed the outdoor seating at restaurants and still enjoyed Florida in January. But as the night wore on and the mercury started to drop, the heavy coats came out. So did the disappointment. “I think I live in Florida and I want it to stay warm,” said Denise Fields of West Palm Beach. “I’m not really prepared for this,” said Noelle Rutzen of West Palm Beach.
The prinicipal at a Palm Beach Gardens Middle School phoned parents Tuesday night to tell them a student had brought a BB gun to the school that afternoon. In a recorded message, principal Phillip D’Amico told parents another student had alerted administration to the BB gun being in a student’s backpack. D’Amico said to his knowledge, it appeared the gun was never removed from the backpack. He also said administrators immediately confiscated the gun and contacted school police.
Here is this year’s choice for the @ArtiGras commemorative poster. The artist is Jen Callahan who says she chose the macaw because she loved the color and vibrancy.
The painting was unveiled tonight at the ArtiGras kickoff party. @WPBF25Newshttps://t.co/b99eAC4FFY
A student at a local middle school was caught today with a BB gun in his backpack.
The gun was confiscated and the student now faces disciplinary action.
It’s not clear why the student brought the gun to Duncan Middle School or even if he did it intentionally. @WPBF25Newshttps://t.co/nLJuqqFNPF
Air Force One just took off from PBIA taking President Donald Trump back to Washington. He won’t be gone for long, though. The President is expected back in Palm Beach County on Friday. @WPBF25Newshttps://t.co/F5PjwLnf7K
An elderly woman was killed tonight when her car was hit by a train in Delray Beach. Police say the woman mistakenly turned onto the tracks.
Police say the train will be blocking Linton and 10th for a couple more hours while they investigate. @WPBF25Newshttps://t.co/FDbwjHH5rf
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