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Changes to Emerald Bay Academy Contract Should Help District

Updated: 08/13/2008 - As we told you about a week ago, the Bay County School Board is finding funds to keep Emerald Bay Academy open this year. Academy officials are making some changes to the school's contract with the district that will help make that more feasible.

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Amendment 5 Debate

Updated: 08/13/2008 - In November, you have a decision to make on one of the most important tax proposals ever to be placed on a ballot in Florida. It’s called Amendment 5. Incoming State Senate President Mike Haridopolos is against the plan. He’s traveling around the state telling Floridians how it will affect them in the future.

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New Rules for New School Year

Updated: 08/14/2008 - It's about that time to send your child back to school, but before you do you need to be aware of some new rules.

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Back To School Already for Some

Updated: 08/14/2008 - Bay County's Public Schools are opening in less than a week. But some local students are already back in class.

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Project Lifesaver

Updated: 08/13/2008 - This program uses state of the art technology in assisting those who care for victims of Alzheimer’s and other Related Mental Dysfunction Disorders and victims who become lost.

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Meet the Candidates

Updated: 08/15/2008 - Meet the candidates for Bay County Commission District 3.

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Access Limited to St. George Island

Updated: 08/14/2008 - Due to the recent bad weather, several power poles and lines were downed between the mainland and St George Island. These lines supply all power to St. George Island.

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Tax Swap in Court

Updated: 08/14/2008 - A judge will decide whether voters are being mislead by a controversial amendment on the November ballot. The so called Tax Swap promises a reduction in school taxes but not a reduction in school spending. The amendment only promises schools will be funded for the first year.

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Justice for Javon

Updated: 08/14/2008 - The police shooting of a 17 year-old St. Petersburg teen sent some 30 protesters to the state Capitol today. The death has already been ruled justifiable, but the angry protestors want the Governor to take another look at what they say was a racially motivated shooting.

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Cedar Grove Talks Dissolution

Posted: 08/13/2008 - The town of Cedar Grove is officially on its way to possibly dissolving itself. Tuesday was the first reading of a possible dissolution ordinance.

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Jackson County Water and Sewer Hike

Posted: 08/12/2008 - Jackson County wants to improve its water and sewer services, but the price tag of the repairs could be quite high for a number of businesses.

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Surveillance Back and Forth

Updated: 08/12/2008 - State Attorney Steve Meadows and local Attorney Martha "Sister" Blackmon-Milligan are at odds about two different videos.

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Two Fatal Accidents in Okaloosa County

Updated: 08/12/2008 - A fatal wreck tied up traffic on Okaloosa Island Tuesday Morning; Supervisor of Elections in serious condition following separate wreck.

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ZooWorld Jag Surgery

Posted: 08/12/2008 - "Mia" the 12-year old jaguar from ZooWorld, is recovering from some pretty extensive surgery. The animal has mammary cancer, so they took her over to Animal Care Center for a chest x-ray and a mammogram.

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Gone but not Forgotten

Posted: 08/12/2008 - This week marks the anniversaries of two high profile disappearances in northwest Florida, both of them involved women named Pamela.

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