FORT PIERCE, Fla. - Government data shows student loan debt in this county is more than $1.4 trillion dollars. That averages out to $38,000 per student. Monday, there was an opportunity not only for kids to get into college, but have it paid for.700 high school seniors from throughout St. Lucie County made their way through the Samuel Gaines Gymnasium Monday.
FORT PIERCE, Fla. - Victor Brancaccio says he is a grown and changed man who takes responsibility for his actions. On Wednesday, during the second day of his resentencing hearing, Brancaccio spoke in a courtroom for the first time.“I would like to say to the family of Mollie Mae Frazier… I’m sorry," Brancaccio said as he turned to face the Frazier family.New laws surrounding juveniles convicted of first-degree murder allow for this sentencing do-over.
FORT PIERCE, Fla. - Victor Brancaccio turns 41 next month.His defense attorney said Tuesday his client is a story of redemption, maturation and rehabilitation.“25 years ago the perfect storm hit Victor Brancaccio and unfortunately the brunt of the storm was suffered by Mollie Frazier," said attorney Richard Kibbey.In June of 1993, a then 16 year-old Brancaccio killed the 81 year-old Frazier after she criticized his rap music.At trial, prosecutors said Brancaccio beat Frazier with his fists...
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Selecting a term
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