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Men Arrested After Fight at Beach Bar

Posted: 07/08/2007 - Panama City Beach Police arrested eight men Saturday night after a fight broke out at a local beach night club.

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Coast Guard Makes a Dramatic Rescue

Updated: 07/09/2007 - Coast Guard crews made a dramatic rescue near Carrabelle early Sunday morning. Four survivors were pulled from the Gulf after crews received a distress call from their sinking fishing boat.

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Gulf World

Updated: 07/09/2007 - A young man with leukemia is living his dream at the Gulf World Marine Park on Panama City Beach.

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Freeport Church Fire

Updated: 07/08/2007 - Saturday afternoon firefighters wrapped up their investigation of the fire that destroyed new beginnings church on Highway 20, just west of Freeport. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.

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Orme Sentence

Updated: 07/06/2007 - Convicted killer Michael Orme walked into the second phase of his death penalty trial Friday afternoon. This was his chance to sway the severity of his conviction for the rape and murder of Lisa Redd at Lee's Motel in 1992. And, for the first time, Michael Orme spoke in court to both the victim’s family and his.

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Wrong Side of the Beach

Updated: 07/06/2007 - It looks like Walton County sheriff's deputies may have those homeowners feeling a bit more secure about their rights.

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Business Up With a Midweek Holiday

Updated: 07/06/2007 - Despite diving accidents and disputes over who owns the beach, local tourism leaders say the 4th of July weekend has been extremely busy, or should we say 4th of July week?

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What a Girlfriend

Posted: 07/06/2007 - A 48-year-old local woman has been arrested for bashing an ex-boyfriend in the head with a brick and stabbing her current boyfriend.

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FWC publishes boating accident stats

Updated: 07/06/2007 - Florida’s boating accident rate (671) for 2006 was second only to California’s 757. Florida led the nation with 69 fatalities, compared to 47 for Texas and 44 for California.

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Teachers’ Pay Will Be Delayed This Year

Updated: 07/06/2007 - Last year the state legislature passed a law that pushed back the beginning of the public school year to no earlier than two weeks before Labor Day. It begins this school year.

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How to Spot a Grouper Rip-Off

Updated: 07/06/2007 - There’s nothing like a little Grouper on the grill in the summertime, but are you sure your fish dish is the real thing? The Florida Department of Agriculture has a new website to help you learn how to spot real Grouper - or tell if someone's trying to pass off an imposter.

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Russian Orphans

Updated: 07/05/2007 - Online statistics show millions upon millions of children live in orphanages or on the streets around the world. And, as we come to the end of our American celebration of freedom, nine orphans from Kaliningrad, Russia are here to experience it. It’s an experience that could change their lives.

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CAIR Against Hate Crimes

Updated: 07/05/2007 - Members of the Tampa Chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations held a news conference Thursday on the steps of the Bay County Courthouse. The group is urging State Attorney Steve Meadows to prosecute Thomas Plaisted under Florida's Hate Crime Statutes. Plaisted is accused of assaulting a Muslim family at a Lynn Haven fast food restaurant in May. CAIR officials say the attack is indicative of a rising trend in hate crimes.

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Walton County Goes Green Again

Updated: 07/06/2007 - The small town of Mossy Head wants to go green, not just environmentally but also financially.

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Lynn Haven Parade

Updated: 07/05/2007 - Lynn Haven wraps things up tonight with a fireworks display of its own.

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Cop of the Year

Updated: 07/05/2007 - Last year Washington County authorities busted and convicted a Chipley father and son team that was running a methamphetamine dealing operation. The man who helped crack the case has been named one of Florida's police officers of the year.

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Workers' comp rates to go lower

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Workers Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink this week ordered a 50 percent cut in the Workers' Compensation Administration Trust Fund assessment rate.' compensation assessment rates will be cut in half next year.

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