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Sep 25 2023
A judge Monday granted Biloxi councilman Robert Deming III a $25,000 unsecured bond and set other conditions that will allow him to remain free pending trial on charges accusing him of a drug conspiracy and destruction, alteration or falsifying of records. Federal prosecutors had requested that Deming remain in custody without bond at his first court appearance Friday, but then changed theirSun Herald
Sep 27 2023
Biloxi Councilman Robert L. Deming III plans to continue serving his constituents in Ward 4 and his clients at his law firm in the aftermath of his indictments in a federal drug conspiracy case, his attorney told the Sun Herald. The Sun Herald reached out to W. F. “Dub” Hornsby to find out if Deming wanted to talk about the federal charges pending against him and his future plans. “At thisSun Herald
Sep 25 2023
BILOXI, Miss. (WJTV) – Bond has been set for a Biloxi councilman who was arrested in connection to a drug trafficking case. The Sun Herald reported Robert Deming’s bond was set at $25,000 on Monday, September 25. WXXV reported Deming was arrested on a federal warrant through the DEA. Harrison County Sheriff Troy Peterson said the councilman was arrested during a traffic stop on Thursday,WJTV 12
Sep 14 2023
FREMONT COUNTY — A local coroner has identified a man who died earlier this week from a crash in the city of Teton. Fremont County Coroner Brenda Dye said the man was Val Rae Casper, 75, of Driggs. RELATED | Man killed, one taken to hospital following Fremont County crash The crash happened Tuesday around 12 p.m. on Highway 33 at mile marker 103. A 2010 Chevrolet Impala driven by Casper wasEast Idaho News
Oct 25 2022
I didn’t even know Marco Rubio was taking his re-election efforts seriously until this past Tuesday, when the senator stood for a debate against Val Demings—the Democratic congresswoman from central Florida who is trying to take his seat. The polling in the race has Rubio with a comfortable, if not insurmountable lead; consistently about four or five percentage points ahead. Rubio is certainlyLuke Winkie
Sep 16 2022
Democrat Val Demings, once an underdog in the Florida race for the U.S. Senate, is closing in on incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio, putting into play a seat that Republicans once considered relatively safe as they battle for the majority.
Polls put Mrs. Demings, who represents the state’s 10th Congressional District, within 3 percentage points of Mr. Rubio, a Republican running for a thirdWashington Times
Jul 15 2023
A New Mexico rancher and mother of two detailed her routine encounters with suspected smugglers illegally crossing the border for the cartels: “I shouldn’t be scared for my life out here.” With the sight of thousands streaming across the border in high-traffic areas like El Paso and Eagle Pass, Texas, and overcrowded shelters in cities like New York and Chicago, the plight of individualBizpac Review
Dec 08 2022
The first congressman-elect from Generation Z said on Thursday that he was denied an apartment in Washington, D.C., over his "really bad" credit.
Maxwell Alejandro Frost, who is set to take the seat of Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., tweeted that he told his potential landlord that his credit was poor as he applied. He was then told it would be "fine" but was ultimately denied.
He saidNewsmax (News)
Oct 07 2022
New polls suggest that Republicans are taking the lead in two of Florida's most highly watched races this November.
What's happening: Gov. Ron DeSantis is leading Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist 52% to 41%, with 6% of voters undecided, according to a new Mason-Dixon Polling & Strategy poll.
Meanwhile, Sen. Marco Rubio is leading Democratic Rep. Val Demings 47% to 41% in the U.SAxios
Jun 22 2022
In the opening salvos of their campaign, Republican Marco Rubio and Democrat Rep. Val Demings zero in on crime as a central issue of this year’s U.S. Senate race.
It’s not unusual that candidates try to out-tough each other on law and order. Voters are rightly worried about public safety, their fears amplified by a steady stream of news stories about muggings and murders. And thisTallahassee Democrat