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Fliers Stirring Controversy in Cedar Grove

Updated: 04/18/2008 - Days before the Super Tuesday Election, fliers are stirring controversy in Cedar Grove. Depending on the outcome of the votes, the town could face dissolution. Fliers have gone out from supporters of both sides. The authors of those fliers both have a problem with their opposition's mail.

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Democrats On Governor’s Heath Plan:

Updated: 04/18/2008 - House Democrats say they like most of the Governor’s health insurance plan, but partisan politics are making it hard for them to work on it.

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Truck Nutz

Updated: 04/18/2008 - Lawmakers want to ban a truck accessory some find offensive. They’re called “Truck Nutz.” “Truck Nutz” are plastic replicas of bull genitalia and as Whitney Ray tells us drivers hang them from their bumpers.

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FDLE Agents Arrest Jacob City Mayor for Grand Theft

Updated: 04/21/2008 - Agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement have arrested City of Jacob Mayor David Samuel Pittman in Jackson County Friday. Pittman, 66, was charged with grand theft, official misconduct, and tampering with a witness, all third-degree felonies.

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Jobless Numbers Mixed

Updated: 04/21/2008 - Florida officials are reporting that unemployment numbers in March reached their highest total in more than four years.

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Panama City Man Arrested For Exploiting Elderly Victim

Posted: 04/18/2008 - Attorney General Bill McCollum today announced that a Bay County man was arrested for exploiting an elderly victim and grand theft after investigators revealed that he fraudulently used more than $23,000 of the victim’s money for his own personal benefit.

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Millville House Fire

Posted: 04/18/2008 - It only took a few minutes for 40-years of a Panama City family's memories to go up in flames Thursday night. Now, they’re trying to deal with the tragedy of that loss, and start over again.

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New EOC Breaks Ground

Updated: 04/17/2008 - For years, the Bay County Emergency Operations Center has been located in one of the most flood-prone areas of the county, downtown Panama City. Evacuating the center has been a big part of the disaster preparedness plan, should a Category Three or Category Four storm head its way. However, that won't be a concern for too much longer.

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FSU Engineers

Updated: 04/18/2008 - Some very talented FSU Panama City students showed off their ingenuity skills Wednesday, all apart of their final semester.

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Fort Walton Beach Green Card Struggle Ends

Updated: 04/17/2008 - A Fort Walton Beach couple visited Niagara Falls for their honeymoon, but when they tried to return to American soil, the young bride discovered she was deported herself.

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Chipola Students Honored

Updated: 04/18/2008 - We often hear about awarding winning college athletes, but rarely do we hear about award winning scholars. Today Chipola College celebrated those students who've excelled in the classroom.

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Crist Healthcare for Uninsured:

Updated: 04/17/2008 - Governor Charlie Crist continues to tout his plan to make insurance reasonable for the state’s millions of uninsured.

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Beach Church Burglary

Updated: 04/17/2008 - Burglars broke into a Panama City Beach church overnight and stole valuable equipment. The burglary occurred at the First Assembly of God on the west end of Back Beach Road.

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911 Training

Posted: 04/17/2008 - 3 months ago Thursday, Amber Denise Lee was kidnapped raped and murdered in Charlotte County on Florida’s Southwest coast. Several people called 911 to report a woman screaming in a car, but dispatchers ignored the urgency. On the anniversary, state lawmakers moved one step closer to requiring training for 911 operators.

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New Hunting Rules

Posted: 04/17/2008 - A group of concerned hunters want public input on how to improve hunting opportunities in Florida.

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Military Appreciation

Posted: 04/17/2008 - A few of Florida’s bravest were at the Capitol Thursday to support a plan to help men and women returning from Iraq.

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Sneads High Winners

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Four students from Sneads High School are the best in the country for creating a business model.

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Art Cuts

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Lawmakers say state money being spent on art could serve a better purpose. A bill to cut funding for art in city, county and state buildings was debated in a Senate committee. The idea may be more about priorities than it is about saving money.

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Mexico Beach Students to Return to Bay County Schools

Updated: 04/17/2008 - The Bay and Gulf County school districts have had a long-standing agreement, allowing Mexico Beach students to attend school in Port St. Joe. That may not be the case next year.

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Robbery Suspect Nabbed

Posted: 04/17/2008 - Panama City Police have arrested a local man for at least one of the recent local armed robberies.

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Crimes Against Children

Posted: 04/16/2008 - Children are generally the most vulnerable members of our society and the Bay County Sheriff's Office and Gulf Coast Community College are trying to help prevent more children from becoming the victims of senseless crimes. As NewsChannel 7's Kristina Hamilton tells us, the organizations are hosting a seminar to better educate investigators from all over the South East.

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New Motorcycle New Hope

Updated: 04/16/2008 - A new type of motorcycle is giving a local man hope of riding after losing his leg in a traffic accident.

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New Horizons Learning Center Making A Difference

Posted: 04/16/2008 - Giving students a second chance is the goal of New Horizons Learning Center. It’s a place where troubled students are sent to straighten out their lives and learn new things in the process. The students are learning how to produce television; it’s a new venture for the school.

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Chipola College's Cultural Celebration

Updated: 04/16/2008 - Some Jackson County students took a trip around the world in just one morning. Chipola College hosted a group of middle school students for an event Wednesday, billed as a cultural celebration. It was an opportunity for the young people to go beyond their text books.

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