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Beach Police Arrest Hit and Run Driver

Updated: 10/16/2007 - A Southport man is behind bars in connection with a hit and run on south Thomas Drive near Boardwalk Beach Resort last Saturday morning.

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State Wage Hike

Posted: 10/16/2007 - Florida's minimum wage will increase 12 cents an hour next year.

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Jackson County Grand Jury Clears Another Guard

Posted: 10/15/2007 - A Grand Jury in Jackson County has chosen not to take action in the case involving the second correctional officer accused of using excessive force against an inmate back in March. According to the State Attorney’s office, the case against James L. Brown is closed and the Jackson County correctional officer is not facing any charges.

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Don't Hold Your Breath for Property Tax Relief

Updated: 10/16/2007 - Lawmakers are at the Capitol to work on getting a property tax cut amendment on the January ballot. But, under the current proposals, a majority of property owners might not see any relief.

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Sneads Residents Argue Handicapped Park Access

Posted: 10/15/2007 - Taking a walk is usually a good thing, in fact doctors encourage you to do so no matter what your age. However, for some folks, especially those with disabilities and health problems, it can be tough.That s what some Sneads residents are trying to tell city officials.

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Red Tide Free! 'Not Necessarily'

Updated: 10/15/2007 - The fish-killing allege, the main cause of the overwhelming nasty smell, can be just around the corner ready to stink again!

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Jim Faircloth Obit

Updated: 10/15/2007 - A single vehicle accident in Gulf County has claimed the life of a 72 year old former Bay County commissioner, Jim Faircloth. The accident happed around 2 P-M Sunday on Gulf County Highway 381 a quarter of a mile west of Lister Landing Road at Wewahitchka.

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Jackson County Flu Shot Clinic

Posted: 10/15/2007 - We're now two weeks into flu season, and the Jackson County Health Department is getting ready to distribute the vaccines in a special first-time-ever flu shot clinic.

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Terrible Traffic Crash

Posted: 10/14/2007 - A grinding two vehicle crash on U-S Highway 84, five miles west of Dothan, has killed two people and three others were critically inured. The Alabama Highway Patrol identified the fatalities as 19 year old Elizabeth Meagan Elmore of Newton, Alabama and 30 year old Angela Ellen Barnes, 30, from Ft. Rucker, Alabama

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Hit and Run Fatality at the Beach

Posted: 10/14/2007 - Panama City Beach Police are looking for a driver involved in a fatal hit 'n run crash. It happened about 6:00 Saturday morning on South Thomas Drive near the Sunbird Condominiums.

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Lynn Haven Stick Up

Updated: 10/14/2007 - Lawmen are looking for a bandit who held up a local Pharmacy Friday Afternoon.

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Tallahassee Student Protest

Posted: 10/13/2007 - While things have been quiet here, that wasn't the case in the state's capital Friday evening. 300 Florida A & M University students shut down traffic in downtown Tallahassee in protest of the not guilty verdict in the Martin Lee Anderson case.

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Verdict Reaction

Posted: 10/13/2007 - It's been a long and emotional 21 months for everyone involved in the Martin Lee Anderson boot camp case. But, Friday the jury reached it's final decision. And it was an emotion packed day.

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Florida Lawmakers Chop $1 Billion in State Spending

Posted: 10/12/2007 - Florida’s budget is a billion dollars lighter tonight. State lawmakers were forced to trim spending because of a weak real estate market. But college students and their parents may find out that not every item in the new budget is on the way down.

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Boot Camp Jury Deliberates only two hours

Posted: 10/12/2007 - A Bay County jury took less than 2 hours to acquit 7 guards and a nurse charged in the death of a 14-year-old boy. Martin Lee Anderson died in January 2006. The dead boy’s family reacted with anger to the verdict.

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Community Reacts To Trial Verdict

Updated: 10/13/2007 - As Judge Overstreet said before he read the verdicts, in every trial, there are two types of reaction. Some people are obviously happy and some are not. The local NAACP chapter urged people to stay calm no matter the outcome. Still, folks in the community have strong opinions of what happened on Friday.

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New Approach to Eliminating Stubborn Old Weeds

Updated: 10/13/2007 - Bay County commissioners are seeking a new way to slow down the growth of aquatic weeds in Deer Point Lake. The commission is looking at a more costly method to surprisingly, save money.

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Cracked Up

Updated: 10/14/2007 - Walton County officials are not denying that Driftwood Estates has a drainage issue. In fact, at one point this year, they imposed a building moratorium, but the county insists the drainage issue is a civil matter between the homeowners and the builders.

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Danny Dean

Updated: 10/12/2007 - The state of Florida has lost about 9.3 million acres of wetlands. However, an Okaloosa County environmental officer has single-handedly reclaimed some of that, for the public to enjoy.

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