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Water Woes

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Governor Charlie Crist and the governors of Alabama and Georgia have agreed to meet again in December. They hope to settle a 17-year-old water battle.

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Real Estate Hope

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Florida’s realtors are starting their push to get voters to pass a property tax cut amendment in January. The Florida Association of Realtors plans to spend one-million dollars to educate voters.

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Economy Slumps in Florida

Updated: 11/02/2007 - New numbers show bad news for Florida’s economy. Consumer spending has been declining every month since last November. It’s the first time that sales tax collections have been down 12 straight months since 1992. But, retailers remain hopeful for the holiday season.

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Enola Gay Pilot

Updated: 11/02/2007 - Most people knew him as the pilot who dropped the atomic bomb over Hiroshima, Japan in 1945, but one local man knew him simply as "grandpap."

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South Walton High School Play

Updated: 11/02/2007 - South Walton High School's drama department has had a hard time presenting a fall play this year. A group of concerned citizens challenged the first selection, Blithe Spirit, then rumors began circulating there would be another challenge to the second choice, which was a murder mystery.

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Beach Plane Crash

Updated: 11/02/2007 - A local businessman is dead after a plane crash off Panama City Beach. Investigators are still on the scene, trying to find out what happened.

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Water Wars

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Governor Charlie Crist met with Alabama’s and Georgia’s governors and members of the Bush administration Thursday morning to try to settle a 17-year-old water war. Because of severe drought, Georgia wants to limit the flow of Lake Lanier, which flows down into the Apalachicola. People who depend on the Apalachicola Bay seafood industry have little sympathy for their neighbors to the north.

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Death Delay

Posted: 11/01/2007 - The Florida Supreme Court Thursday upheld the states lethal injections procedures. Prison officials are preparing for an execution two weeks from Friday. Mark Dean Schwab would be the first person executed in Florida in more than a year. But even with the ruling, the preparations may be for nothing.

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Opponents Aren't Giving Up

Updated: 11/01/2007 - Although they didn't join Jones at Thursday’s groundbreaking ceremony, there are still a lot of people who still think the airport is a bad idea. Some environmentalists are looking to the courts to win the final battle to prevent the airport's construction. However, those options may be running out.

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Holmes and Washington County Impact

Updated: 11/01/2007 - People in Holmes and Washington counties are anticipating their own economic impacts from the new airport. Several communities are already experiencing some changes.

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Airport's Impact on Walton County

Updated: 11/01/2007 - There's a lot of hope the new airport will have an economic impact outside of Panama City and Bay County.

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Tunnell Is Stepping Down

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Former Bay County Sheriff & former F-D-L-E Commissioner Guy Tunnell is soon to be a former employee of the State Attorney's office.

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Groundbreaking for New Airport

Updated: 11/01/2007 - Construction at the Panama City Bay County International Airport is now underway. They held the groundbreaking ceremony this morning.

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Correction

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Wednesday we reported on a traffic accident involving a pedistrian, 50 year old Joanne Swartz of Santa Rosa Beach.

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Gulf Coast marks milestone with bridge's opening

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Thousands of Gulf Coast residents are expected to celebrate a milestone in their recovery from Hurricane Katrina with the opening Thursday of a bridge that replaces one demolished by the storm.

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Ex coach indicted on incest charges

Posted: 11/01/2007 - A former Enterprise High School assistant football coach faces multiple counts of incest after he was indicted by a Coffee County grand jury earlier this month.

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Hotel DeFuniak

Posted: 11/01/2007 - The Hotel DeFuniak, built in 1920 by the free masons, usually stays at about 50 percent capacity, and that's just the living guests.

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TV-RV

Posted: 11/01/2007 - One travel website is taking the partnership between the internet and tourism to a whole new level, all from an RV.

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Gov. Crist Discusses Benefits of Tax Cuts

Posted: 11/01/2007 - Governor Charlie Crist today visited homeowners in Miami, Fort Myers, Tampa and a Fort Walton Beach business owner to discuss the opportunity Florida voters have on January 29, 2008, to approve a $12-billion tax cut.

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Drop Out Factory Study, 'Flawed'

Updated: 10/31/2007 - Bay County School officials are upset by a national study that labeled Rutherford High School as a "drop out factory." They say the study is flawed, because it doesn't look at all of the facts. They say they have the numbers to back up their claims.

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School Dropout

Posted: 10/31/2007 - Non-high-school graduates can expect to make $7,000 less a year than those with a diploma.

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Health Care On Your Own

Updated: 10/31/2007 - A new study coming out Thursday shows sobering numbers when it comes to Floridians without health insurance. Currently, 1 out of 5 people in the state have no insurance. And the state ranks 46th out of 50 in the percentage of workers that have insurance paid by their employer.

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Florida Consumer Confidence

Posted: 10/31/2007 - Lower-income consumers in the sunshine state apparently see sunny skies aheadš and feel much better about spending their money. The University of Florida's latest index of statewide consumer confidence tracked a three point increase in Octoberš driven mainly by lower-income consumers.

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