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Mosley HS Tries Out Same Sex Classrooms

Updated: 10/26/2006 - Education has always had its fashions and fads, from disciplining students to how they dress. One of the newer trends is same-sex classrooms. The Bush Administration is leaving the decision up to public schools to choose which option suits them best. One local high school is already trying it out.

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Outsourcing Angst

Updated: 10/26/2006 - One of the candidates for state attorney general is demanding an investigation into security breaches at a private company that is being paid $350 million to handle state personnel information.

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Freak Logging Accident

Posted: 10/26/2006 - A longtime logger has died in a unusual mishap in Calhoun County.

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Victim in Bizarre Strip Search Hoax Testifies

Updated: 10/26/2006 - The victim of a bizarre strip search and sexual assault at a central Kentucky McDonald's restaurant testified in the trial of a Panama City man.

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Panama City Poised for Number One Growth

Updated: 10/26/2006 - A small city needs one of two things to jack up housing demand: more people or wealthier people. Unlike the rest of Florida, Panama City hasn't really attracted either, mainly because it's isolated on Florida's panhandle.

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Niceville Girls Molestation

Updated: 10/25/2006 - A Niceville teacher confiscated a note in class. On the note, are the details about the rape of one Niceville High School student, and the sexual molestation of three others.

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Jackson County Family Receives Recognition for Century-Old Farm

Updated: 10/26/2006 - The Reese family has been working the same piece of land in eastern Jackson County, near Altha, for more than a century. Now, the Florida Department of Agriculture has named their farm a Century Pioneer Family Farm, one of only 124 farms in the state.

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Rescue Mission

Updated: 10/26/2006 - There are hundreds in our area who do not have a place to call home. The Panama City Rescue Mission is doing what it can to inspire hope in the homeless people in our area as well as make themselves known. This week, the rescue mission is holding what its calls "Taking It to the Streets”, which marks the beginning to a very busy fall season.

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WJHG Employees Recall Gainesville Tragedy

Updated: 10/25/2006 - Sixteen years ago, Danny Rolling instilled fear and pandemonium when four women and one man were among the victims brutally murdered. Some WJHG employees recall their personal experience with this tragedy.

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Guilty Verdict in Hit and Run Case

Posted: 10/25/2006 - A spring break hit and run driver, Jeremy Cowell Peer, 18 years old, has been convicted by a Bay County Circuit Court jury on charges of leaving the scene of accident with death and leaving the scene of accident with injury.

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Trial continues in strip search hoax case

Updated: 10/25/2006 - Trial continues today in Kentucky for a northwest Florida man charged with making a hoax phone call that led to a fast food employee being strip searched and sexually abused.

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Jackson County Family Searches for Soldier's Lost Dog

Updated: 10/24/2006 - Most soldiers’ families are worried about their loved ones returning home from Iraq safely. A Jackson County family has that same concern, but they're also trying to make sure the family is together when their son returns, the whole family.

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Veterans Debate Amendment 7

Updated: 10/25/2006 - A debate amongst some veterans continues Tuesday evening. The question is if the proposed Amendment 7 would help or hurt those veterans living in Florida.

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Another Twist in Bolinger Case

Posted: 10/24/2006 - The state administrative law judge assigned to the Larry Bolinger case has rejected a request to send the case to mediation.

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Amendment 8

Updated: 10/24/2006 - One of the proposed constitutional amendments you're being asked to consider this election would make it tougher for local governments to confiscate private property.

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Tough Prison Sentence

Posted: 10/24/2006 - A man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for the road rage shooting of 12-year old girl near Marianna in January.

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TDC Okays Money for Titanic Exhibition

Updated: 10/24/2006 - The ship Titanic may lie rusting at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, but many historians want to make sure its tragic story is preserved. That's why officials at the Visual Arts Center want to bring an exhibit of items from the ship to our area.

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Springs in Large System Stop Flowing

Updated: 10/24/2006 - One of the largest spring systems in the state has stopped flowing into Spring Creek along the Panhandle Gulf Coast. Researchers say they don't know why.

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