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Boating Accident Claims Navarre Man

Updated: 07/24/2007 - Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) investigators are trying to determine the cause of a boating accident that claimed the life of a Navarre man Sunday.

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More Than Half of Florida Mobile Homes are Not Insured

Updated: 07/24/2007 - We're approaching the heart of the hurricane season, and it appears the steps the state legislature took to reduce home owners’ insurance rates are falling a bit short in some areas. People living in mobile homes, especially older models, are finding it difficult to even get coverage.

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Investigators Seek Rape Suspect

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating reports that a Fort Walton Beach woman was kidnapped from a store on Mary Esther Boulevard July 17 and later raped in a secluded area.

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FL Loves NY

Posted: 07/23/2007 - The latest presidential tracking survey from Quinnipiac University shows Florida voters prefer a couple of New Yorkers. Pollster Peter Brown says former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani tops the Republican candidates for president and New York Senator Hillary Clinton is leading the Democrats.

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Watch Out for Them... Mosquitoes!

Updated: 07/24/2007 - The Bay County Health Department and Mosquito Control want to make sure people are keeping their yards clean, dry, and clear of places where mosquito larva can grow.

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Community Colleges Won't Freeze Enrollment

Updated: 07/23/2007 - Several of the state's major universities have been threatening to cap enrollment for incoming freshmen classes because of funding issues, but that won't be the case for new students heading off to one of Florida's community colleges.

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Farm Tourism

Updated: 07/23/2007 - Next time you plan the family vacation, you may want to consider heading to the farm for a day or two.

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Security Break on Military Insurance

Updated: 07/23/2007 - Several employees of Data Processing Company in Shalimar are on leave while authorities investigate a large computer security breach.

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Camp Heals from the Inside Out

Updated: 07/23/2007 - Children can be cruel, especially if you are different. That’s why burned children from across the state just finished spending a week in northwest Florida with other burn victims. The camp, on St. Joseph’s Peninsula in Gulf County, is an effort to help the children heal from the inside out.

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Castleberry Meat Recall

Updated: 07/26/2008 - Castleberry Food Company has expanded it’s food recall to more than eighty types of canned meat products -- including corned beef hash, chili, beef stew --- and four varieties of dog food.

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Lynn Haven Man Admits to Stabbing

Posted: 07/22/2007 - A Lynn Haven man in is behind bars after he admitted stabbing another man in the neck with a kitchen knife.

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Poker Run for Joshua Cope

Updated: 07/22/2007 - Some Bay County folks are calling Sgt. Joshua Cope their hometown hero. More than 100 people showed their appreciation to the young soldier by holding a poker benefit run to raise money for him and his family.

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Crack Cocaine Arrest

Updated: 07/22/2007 - The Jackson County Drug Task Force and the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office have ended a lengthy investigation with the arrest of a convicted felon who they say was selling crack cocaine from his home.

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Pot Plants Found in Apalachicola National Forest

Posted: 07/21/2007 - Leon County Sheriff's Deputies say they have seized more than 80 marijuana plants and arrested two people after finding a marijuana crop in the Apalachicola National Forest.

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Decline in School Performance of Black Males

Updated: 07/20/2007 - The decline in school performance by African American male students is a nationwide issue, clearly reflected in Bay County. Superintendent James McCalister along with other school board members tackled the issue Thursday night. This has set off a community wide brainstorm aimed at finding a solution to the problem.

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State Farm Wants To Dump 50,000 Policies in Florida

Updated: 07/20/2007 - State Farm says it "won't" be there for thousands of homeowners next year. Florida’s largest private insurance company wants to drop 50,000 mainly coastal homeowners after January 1.

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Cedar Grove Wins in Court

Updated: 07/20/2007 - Cedar Grove has scored a sixty five million dollar victory over the Bay County Commission. The county had been successful in stopping Parker’s plans to issue bonds for a C-R-A a couple of week’s ago. But with Cedar Grove, it was a different story Friday.

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