Mid-Day Rush for 3/3/15: FSA Testing Problems, Gas Leak on 50, Scott delivers State of the State

This is your Mid-Day rush for Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015..

– The new FSA Testing Computers continue to experience problems. Testing has been suspended until Thursday.
– There has been a gas leak along 50, the stretches have since been reopened
– Florida Governor Rick Scott delivered his State of the State highlighting education.

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News:

3 arrested after shots fired at car in Oviedo

Some school districts forced to suspend FSA testing following server issues

Gas leak closes E. Colonial Drive near Alafaya Trail

News 13 Orlando:

FSA glitches continue, Scott asked to suspend school testing

Emmanuel Wallace takes stand in witness killing trial

Gov. Scott’s State of the State kicks off Florida legislative session


Clinton used personal email account as Secretary of State

Transportation options and parking announced for Orlando City Soccer inaugural match

DOJ: Ex-CIA chief admits mishandling classified information

Orlando Sentinel:

17-year-old backs away from plea in Winter Springs High gang-rape case

Parent, school in conflict over opting out

Jameis Winston reportedly takes early visit to Tampa Bay


Volusia, Lake county schools suspend FSA online testing Tuesday

Gas leak prompts road closures on S.R. 50 near Woodbury Road

Scott highlights Florida’s history as he talks of its future

WKMG Local 6;

2nd testing day brings more problems in Central Florida schools

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Construction worker in serious condition after hit-and-run crash on I-4

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Morning Sprint for 3/3/15: Foggy Roads, Construction Worker Hurt, Possible Hate Crime in Ormond Beach

This is your Morning Sprint for Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015.

– Foggy Roads have caused accidents and back ups on I-95. There is a dense fog warning for Orange, Seminole, and Osceola Counties
– A Construction Worker was hurt in a hit and run around 2AM in Seminole County. No arrests have been made.
– An Ormond Beach Man is accused of a hate crime after a Bar Fight.

This has been your Morning Sprint. I’ll see you at Mid-Day

WKMG Local 6:

Interstate 95 reopens in Central Florida after fog alert

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Central Florida man faces hate crime charge over bar fight

Technical issues suspend some computer-based testing for 8th-10th grade in Florida

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WFTV 9 Eyewitness News:

Emails indicate rat infestation at downtown Orlando middle school

Ormond Beach man accused of hate crime after bar fight

FSA testing continues Tuesday despite issues reported in several districts

News 13 Orlando:

Dense fog this morning, partly sunny this afternoon

Volusia schools suspend FSA computer testing amid problems

Defense attorney claims DeLand Police destroyed evidence


I-95 reopened in Volusia Co. after morning of dense fog

3 men rob Apopka gas station armed with baseball bats and crowbar

Construction worker injured in hit-and-run crash at Seminole Co. I-4 rest area

Orlando Sentinel

Man shot, killed on S.R. 408 was a father

Jury acquits grower who cited medical need for marijuana

Central Florida leaders take Legislature’s helm


FHP: Construction worker seriously hurt in hit-and-run crash

Alleged Hello Kitty rapist due in court Tuesday

Father shot, killed on S.R. 408 exit ramp to I-4, police say

Mid-Day Rush for 3/2/15: Civil Rights Group to sue in Todashev’s Death, Teachers protest, City Sells out 1st MLS Game

Here is your Mid-Day Rush for Monday, March 2nd, 2015:

– A Civil Right’s group is suing the FBI over the death of Ibragim Todashev. Todashev was connected in the Boston Marathon Bombings, and was fatally shot while being questioned over his connections to the bombings.

– Volusia County Teachers are protesting the new state testing standards, also reports over problems with computers in Seminole and Orange Counties have been hear.

– The Orlando City Soccer Club has sold out it’s first MLS game this Sunday at the Citrus Bowl.

This has been your Mid-Day Rush, I’ll see you tonight with the Run Down


Ibragim Todashev’s family files notice they will sue FBI

Teachers, students rally outside schools in Volusia County

SO: 2 robbers use victim’s pickup truck to steal ATM from store in Seville

WKMG Local 6:

Dozens protest in Volusia as controversial standardized tests debut

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$4 million in gold stolen from Florida truck

Civil rights group to sue over Ibragim Todashev’s death

WFTV 9 Eyewitness News;

Orlando toddler’s death at motel investigated as homicide

Civil rights group to sue FBI over Chechen man’s death

Orlando City Soccer sells out MLS home opener

News 13 Orlando:

School districts report problems with new computer testing

Orlando City Soccer’s MLS debut at Citrus Bowl sold out

Civil rights group to sue FBI over Ibragim Todashev’s shooting death

Orlando Sentinel:

Testing problems reported with Florida’s new computer tests

Orlando City sells out Citrus Bowl for Major League Soccer debut

Apopka girl killed while sitting in road after fair