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Florida to build 3 special needs hurricane shelters

Posted: 06/10/2007 - Governor Charlie Crist announced Saturday that three special needs hurricane shelters will be constructed in Florida. The governor will create a commission for people with disabilities and appoint a coordinator to oversee operations.

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Destin Traffic Fatality

Posted: 06/09/2007 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Traffic Homicide Unit is investigating a two vehicle traffic crash with a single fatality, which occurred in front of 36120 Emerald Coast Pkwy, Cuvee Beach Restaurant in Destin at about 12:15 PM Saturday.

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Package Containing Pot Intercepted

Posted: 06/08/2007 - The Bay County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement teamed up Friday to arrest a local man for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

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Gas Stations Inspected

Updated: 06/08/2007 - A new state law is requiring gas stations sitting along evacuation routes to be equipped with electric generators. However, things are getting complicated as most gas stations statewide aren't in compliance, and those in Bay County are no exception.

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Lifeguard Program Going Under

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Along the east and west coasts, lifeguards have manned their posts since the invention of the swimsuit. However, in the panhandle lifeguards have been slow to come, and depending on funding, they may be quick to leave.

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Record Dry Season

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Any mild rainfall we've seen in our area lately seems to be just a blip in the continuing drought that's affecting more than a third of the U.S. In fact, new data shows this is the driest spring in the southeast since record keeping began in 1895.

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Dr. Beach Releases Top Beach in 2007

Posted: 06/08/2007 - Florida beachgoers already know it, but Florida has some of the best sand in the nation. Now, there's expert confirmation to back that up. Three Florida beaches made it into a list of America's top 10 beaches.

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Property Tax Cut Proposals May Hit Animal Services Hard

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Lawmakers return to the Capitol for a special session next week to figure out how deeply to cut your property taxes. While you might be looking forward to big cuts, people who work at county animal shelters are not.

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School Grade Delay

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Since its launch, the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test has been a clashing point for students, educators, lawmakers, and parents. Now, problems with scoring the test could affect what grades schools get later this month.

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Fire Destroys Panama City Business

Updated: 06/08/2007 - A Panama City business went up in flames early Friday morning. The fire started at 3AM at Labor Finders, located at 1428 Balboa Avenue, just off West 15th Street, right next to Po Folks Restaurant.

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Sen. Martinez Popularity Dropping in Florida

Updated: 06/08/2007 - President Bush isn’t the only republican taking a nose dive in the polls. Quinnipiac University Pollster Peter Brown says their latest survey shows Florida Senator Mel Martinez has been slipping big time in the past few months

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Presidential Poll in Florida

Updated: 06/08/2007 - A man who isn’t technically running for president has jumped to second place among Florida Republicans. Rudy Giuliani is still the leading Republican candidate in Florida, but he’s on the decline and Quinnipiac University Pollster Peter Brown says TV and movie actor Fred Thompson is suddenly a hot commodity.

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Sexual Battery Arrest

Posted: 06/07/2007 - Authorities are checking to see if any other young teens may have been victimized.

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Destin Drowning Mystery

Updated: 06/08/2007 - An Indiana man is dead and Okaloosa County authorities are trying to find out why.

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Clean Marina

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Florida is the home to more than 13,050 miles of coast line and at least 50,000 miles of rivers and streams. Keeping it all clean is a top priority for the Department of Environmental Protection.

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Sneads Fire Charges

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Property tax reform will most likely take shape next week when state lawmakers go back to Tallahassee for a special session on the issue. The reform has local government officials nervous, wondering how they're going to be able to collect enough revenue to pay for city and county services. In Sneads, firefighters say they're working with old equipment that needs replacing. The city plans to replace that equipment by charging residents a dollar a month.

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Chipley Farmer's Market

Updated: 06/08/2007 - The dry weather conditions in our area haven’t helped the farmers, but maybe the new farmer's market will. It officially opened to the public Thursday in Chipley.

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The Simpsons in Springfield

Updated: 06/07/2007 - Some high profile celebrities visited the city of Springfield Thursday. Ifr you've ever watched an episode of the Simpsons, you know that Bart, Marge, Homer and the gang live in the town of Springfield.

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New Red Snapper Rebuilding Plan Approved for Gulf of Mexico

Updated: 06/08/2007 - Federal regulators decided Thursday that recreational and commercial boats must cut the number of red snapper brought to shore and shrimpers must bring up less in their trawls to keep one of the Gulf of Mexico's most popular catches from dying out.

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