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Animal Abuse Trial

Posted: 04/04/2007 - A local man went on trial Tuesday for felony animal abuse charges. 42-year old Todd Douglas Englund was accused of wrestling and punching exotic birds and snapping the neck of a puppy, killing it.

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Beach Cop Dispute Settled

Posted: 04/04/2007 - A former Panama City Beach police officer has decided not to challenge her firing.

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Barnett Allegations

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Rick Barnett, Bay County’s Property Appraiser, is once again fighting allegations or wrong-doing, these latest claims reportedly coming from one of his employees.

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Deputies remove alligator from beach

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Santa Rosa County deputies had to capture and remove a four-foot-long alligator that had made its way to a public beach at Navarre in Santa Rosa County.

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August Election Date Set for Cypress in Jackson County

Posted: 04/03/2007 - An area community is divided over whether it needs local government. The Cypress community in eastern Jackson County has no mayor or city commission and hasn't for more than 70 years. Some hope to keep it that way, however others would like to see a change.

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Callaway C-R-A to be Negotiated

Posted: 04/03/2007 - Bay County Commissioners are fed-up with what they call a mad-rush to establish Community Redevelopment Areas. But Tuesday, commissioners agreed to try and resolve their disagreements with Callaway city officials over the city's C-R-A.

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GCCC Students Protest

Posted: 04/03/2007 - You might have seen them on your way to work this morning, a group of Gulf Coast Community College students picketing, claiming their instructor won't be teaching them next school year due to all the wrong reasons.

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Earl Hadaway Honored

Posted: 04/03/2007 - The highest award in the Rotary International organization is a Paul Harris Fellowship. It’s named in honor of the founder of Rotary in 1905. It's rare that it's awarded. But the downtown Panama City rotary club has determined one of its members, Earl J. Hadaway, was deserving of the award and surprised him, Tuesday.

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Climate Changes Felt Already in Sunshine State

Posted: 04/03/2007 - After years of living in denial, the people who run Florida's government say it's time to get serious about global warming. The governor and cabinet met in Tallahassee Tuesday to learn about climate change in Florida, and they were told the change is already underway.

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Very Little Action

Posted: 04/03/2007 - The Governor and top lawmakers all agree that property tax relief is number one on their agenda this year. But the annual Florida legislative session has passed the half-way point and there's still no sign of a workable plan.

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New Library Board Picked

Posted: 04/03/2007 - Last week was the deadline for the Northwest Florida Regional Library Board to dissolve, and transfer library operations over to Bay County officials. All library employees are now county employees.

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Gray predicts 'very active' storm season

Posted: 04/03/2007 - A man who's made a name for himself as a hurricane prognosticator is anticipating a "very active" Atlantic hurricane season this year.

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Longer School Days

Posted: 04/02/2007 - Some lawmakers say the way for kids to do better in school is for them to spend more time there. They're hoping to get rid of D and F schools by devoting an extra hour a day to reading, science and math.

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Beach CRA Work Underway

Posted: 04/02/2007 - Since 2001, the city of Panama City Beach has collected money designated for the Front Beach Road Community Redevelopment Agency. Now, that money is starting to be put to use.

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Re-establishing Government in Cypress

Updated: 04/02/2007 - Residents of the Cypress community in Jackson County met this weekend to discuss whether or not they want to bring back a local government.

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Girls Gone Wild Latest

Posted: 04/01/2007 - It looks like Joe Francis is getting another extension to settle his for year old civil law suit.

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Springfield Votes on C.R.A.

Updated: 04/01/2007 - Springfield commissioners held a special meeting Friday afternoon to approve a resolution to deem 42 percent of the city into a Community Redevelopment Area.

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Obama Hits the Capitol

Updated: 04/01/2007 - Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama is stepping up his campaign in Florida. The U.S. Senator from Chicago was greeted enthusiastically at his first stop in Tallahassee Friday.

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Consumer groups warn about bills that could turn into an April Fools joke on citizens

Updated: 04/01/2007 - Hang on to your wallets… the Florida legislature is considering several changes in state law that could turn out to be an April Fools trick on regular folk. consumer advocates say there are nasty surprises hidden away on bill dealing with everything from cell phones and rental homes to hurricane insurance.

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New Limits on your Snapper Catch

Updated: 03/30/2007 - Both commercial and recreational fisherman will soon have to adjust to new limits on the catch of red snapper. But, some fisherman say the new ruling will make fishing so expensive it will be hard to make ends-meet.

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