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Friday November 15th, 2019 morning edition

image for Radar finds more than 120 coffins buried beneath Tampa apartment complex

The Times published a special report about the forgotten cemetery in June, prompting the Housing Authority to hire the archaeologists.

During a nine-month search, the Times pieced together the cemetery’s lost history but found no evidence of a mass reburial.

In addition, the portion of Robles Park Village once home to Zion Cemetery now has five apartment buildings on it.

What’s more, Cardno had access to less than 40 percent of the cemetery property — the portion owned by the Housing Authority.

If human remains are found, Moates said, Gonzmart could still build there but not before moving them to a cemetery.

In 1951, the Housing Authority unearthed three caskets during construction of Robles Park Village but did not search for more.

The next step would be “ground truthing,” or digging into the ground in a way that leaves the bodies undisturbed. »

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#MassacreMitch Trends After Santa Clarita School Shooting: He's 'Had Background Check Bill On His Desk Since February'

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A 16-year-old gunman who police said opened fire at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California was custody Thursday afternoon, but few other details were available.

Others pointed to the background check bill that passed the House of Representatives in February but stalled in the Senate.

The bill would require background checks for all firearm sales, including those between private parties. »

‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Renewed for Season 8 by NBC

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NBC has renewed “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” for Season 8 ahead of the comedy’s seventh season premiere in February, the broadcast network announced on Thursday.

The former Fox show’s upcoming Season 7 debuts Thursday, Feb. 6 at 8/7c on NBC with a special hour-long episode.

Season 7 will mark the Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher-led series’ second on NBC (and then Season 8 its third, obviously), as the show switched networks following its May 2018 cancellation at Fox. »