Daytona Beach Church Fights Back After City Forces Closure of Vital Food Pantry, Lawsuit Filed

Daytona Beach, Florida – A small congregation in Daytona Beach finds itself at odds with the city’s zoning regulations, leading to the shutdown of its food pantry. Led by Pastor Ben Figueroa, the Seventh Day Baptist Church of Daytona Beach had been operating the pantry every Wednesday, providing assistance to hundreds of community members. However, the city cited a violation of an ordinance and forced the pantry to close its doors. Feeling powerless, the church is now working with attorney Chobee Ebbets to challenge the city’s decision in court. Ebbets, representing the church pro bono, … Read more

Trump Campaign Raises Record-Breaking $50.5 Million at Palm Beach Fundraiser, Doubling Biden’s Recent Fundraiser Amount

PALM BEACH, Florida – The Trump campaign announced that it raised a staggering $50.5 million during a fundraiser held at hedge fund manager John Paulson’s Palm Beach mansion. This amount is almost double the funds raised by last month’s Biden campaign fundraiser, which featured three presidents and raised $26 million. During the event, former President Donald Trump addressed the 117 guests for approximately 45 minutes after mingling with them and taking pictures. According to a campaign spokesperson, Trump spoke in the backyard of the mansion. Prior to the fundraiser, Trump expressed his confidence in its … Read more

Virginia Beach Double Murder Trial: Jury Deliberates After Testimony Reveals Horrific Crimes

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – A jury is set to deliberate in the Cola Beale IV double murder trial after two days of testimony. The Commonwealth rested after 15 witnesses testified about a series of violent crimes that occurred in late March 2022. Beale faces charges of aggravated murder, animal cruelty causing death, arson, and gun charges. Aggravated murder carries a potential sentence of life in prison without parole. Beale admitted to killing his girlfriend, Czavi’er Hill, and his father figure, Clifton Baxter, in Virginia Beach before traveling to Norfolk and killing his cousin. He was … Read more

City of Solana Beach Files Lawsuit Against Del Mar Fairgrounds Over KAABOO Music Festival Approval without Proper Review Process

SOLANA BEACH, California – The future of the KAABOO music festival, set to make its return this summer, is now uncertain as the City of Solana Beach has filed a lawsuit against the Del Mar Fairgrounds. The city alleges that the fairgrounds granted approval for the event without undergoing the necessary review process. The lawsuit, filed last Monday, urges the 22nd District Agricultural Association, which oversees the fairgrounds, to revoke its approval of the festival until it complies with the California Environmental Quality Act. This Act mandates that public agencies assess the environmental impacts of … Read more