In this episode of Reveal, we examine the complicated networks of labor, trade and regulation that bring meat, produce and other products to our tables.
Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center originally was part of a national chain of brain injury rehab centers called New Medico, owned by Charles Brennick of Boston. An FBI investigation in the 1990s led to the eventual collapse of New Medico, but the Brennicks’ neurorehab business lived on.
Former armed security guard Lukace Kendle, who previously was found incompetent to stand trial, got a judge’s approval to represent himself against murder and attempted murder charges in the 2012 shooting of two unarmed black men in a Miami strip club parking lot.
Only four states require armed-guard applicants to undergo a mental health evaluation, which is standard for law enforcement officers.
The National Weather Service said Tuesday was the rainiest day since at least 1880 in Pensacola, Florida. While it probably wouldn’t be correct to say that climate change caused Pensacola’s floods, it surely made them more likely.