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Cedar Grove Commissioner Questions Police Department Probe

Updated: 01/21/2008 - Cedar Grove commissioners have called off their probe into the town's police department. The move comes after the Florida Department of Law Enforcement says it found no illegal activity during a separate investigation.

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Florida will win the Primary Battle

Posted: 01/21/2008 - Florida Democrats will have no say at their convention on who their party nominates, and the GOP has lost half of their delegates because Florida’s early primary violates party rules.

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Enterprise senior named Alabama's Junior Miss

Posted: 01/21/2008 - A senior from Enterprise High School is Alabama's new junior miss. Eighteen-year-old Norma Boyd won the competition at the annual event in Montgomery on Saturday night.

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Amendment One in Trouble?

Updated: 01/21/2008 - A new poll shows that only 45 percent of likely voters support an amendment to cut property taxes, well short of the 60 percent needed for approval. The poll from the Jacksonville Times Union and South Florida Sun-Sentinel shows 34 percent are opposed. The fate of the tax cut lies in the hands of undecided voters now.

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MLK Prayer Breakfast

Updated: 01/21/2008 - NAACP hosts Annual Prayer Breakfast for MLK Day.

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MLK Remembrance March Continues Despite Bad Weather

Posted: 01/21/2008 - A local civil rights group used Saturday’s wet weather to drive home a message. Members from A-CURE, or the Advisory Committee for Urban Revitalization and Equity, were scheduled to march in honor of Civil Rights Activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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FHP Vacancies Raise Concerns About Public Safety

Posted: 01/21/2008 - FHP has nearly 200 vacant trooper jobs statewide, and some are worried that it could be a problem for public safety. Concerns were raised after the deadly 70-vehicle pile-up on Interstate 4 in Polk County on January 9th.

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Missing Springfield Woman

Posted: 01/21/2008 - Police are looking for a missing Springfield woman. Authorities say a burgundy Toyota Avalon belonging to 40-year-old Tonya Barnes was found at the Springfield Library around 4PM Friday.

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Economy Plays a Role in GCCC Enrollment Increase

Posted: 01/21/2008 - We told you last week, about a sharp increase in the number of students enrolled at Gulf Coast Community College this semester. The college has introduced several new programs and courses recently which the president says play into the hike. However, college officials are also crediting the economy for the higher numbers.

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New Property Tax Poll Shows Lacking Support

Posted: 01/21/2008 - A new survey by two Florida newspapers shows just 45 percent of likely Florida voters support a tax-relief proposal being pushed by Governor Charlie Crist.

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Early Voting Wraps Up This Week

Posted: 01/21/2008 - Early voting wraps up this week, and so far, the supervisor of elections says it's been a big success for Bay County.

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GCCC MLK Event

Posted: 01/21/2008 - There are events planned all across the Panhandle this weekend, to celebrate the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Gulf Coast Community College traditionally kicks-off the celebrations each year with the annual MLK Program and a number of campus activities.

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GCCC Growth

Posted: 01/21/2008 - More local people of all races are now getting a better education. Gulf Coast Community College announced this week, its enrollment numbers are up significantly.

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$10,000 Theft

Posted: 01/20/2008 - An assistant manager of the new Kohl’s Department store on highway 77 is facing grand theft charges.

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M-L-K March

Posted: 01/19/2008 - A local civil rights group didn’t let a little bad weather rain on their parade today. Members from A-C-U-R-E, or the Advisory Committee for Urban Revitalization and Equity, sponsored a march Saturday afternoon in honor of civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior.

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Hunting Death

Updated: 01/20/2008 - What started out as a friendly hunting trip turned into a terrible tragedy Saturday morning for a group of local hunters in Calhoun County. Authorities say the group known as “The Bear Creek Sportsmen’s Club” was hunting on property north of Highway 20 near the Bay-Calhoun county line.

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Woman Dies in Eastside Fire

Updated: 01/20/2008 - A Callaway woman was killed late Saturday morning when she became trapped inside her burning mobile home. Ironically, investigators say most of the trailer is salvageable.

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Pizza Delivery Man Robbed At Gunpoint

Updated: 01/20/2008 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the armed robbery of a pizza delivery man in the Fort Walton Beach area Friday night. It was the third robbery of a pizza delivery person since November 11th.

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Gulf Coast Community College shows a strong increase in spring enrollment

Posted: 01/18/2008 - More and more students have enrolled at Gulf Coast Community College this spring, and they are taking an increased number of classes. As of Wednesday, January 16, 2008, the college is posting an 11% increase in both the number of courses taken and student headcount as compared to spring 2007.

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Murder Trial

Updated: 01/18/2008 - A six member jury has been seated to hear the Clint Staggs murder and arson trial, which begins next Tuesday morning.

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