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Local High School Hosts Political Forum

Posted: 08/23/2006 - While candidates running for the District 6 House seat may be used to answering to high political powers or facing tough political opposition. Wednesday was a switch of gears, but answering to a group of 16 to 18-year-olds can be just as tough.

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I-10 Crash Kills One

Posted: 08/23/2006 - One person died and another was critically injured in a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 in Holmes County.

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Special Legislative Session Possible

Posted: 08/23/2006 - The governor says state lawmakers may dip into the treasury to help Floridians deal with the rising cost of homeowner insurance.

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Burnham Research Institute Chooses Orlando

Posted: 08/23/2006 - New medical research facilities are coming to Florida. With in a year, the Burnham Institute of La Jolla California plans on opening an Orlando campus to continue researching cancer, Alzheimer’s, obesity and much more.

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Panama City Commission Controversy

Posted: 08/23/2006 - Panama City commissioners are facing some controversial issues when it comes to the city's community redevelopment areas. They met to discuss that and a number of other agenda items.

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Murder Suspect Arrested

Posted: 08/22/2006 - Mark Hults has been apprehended in Dallas, TX. He's accused of killing a Jackson County man who works in Panama City.

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Tourist Development Council Still Targeting Spring Breakers

Posted: 08/22/2006 - Spring break is a good six months from now, but it never too early to plan ahead. Members of the Bay County Tourist Development Council are already interviewing marketing firms that want to promote spring break 2007.

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Florida ATV Law to Change

Posted: 08/22/2006 - If you like riding all-terrain vehicles, you may want to pay attention to this story.

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I Wanna Be Like Jeb

Posted: 08/22/2006 - Jeb Bush’s name has been on the November ballot three times in the last 12 years, and although he is term limited out, his name is being uttered so frequently that you might think he were on the ballot.

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Early Voting Kicks Off in Bay County

Posted: 08/22/2006 - Voting was on a lot of people's minds Tuesday morning, and most of the day. Early voting began here in Florida, and a lot of people are taking advantage of the opportunity to avoid the Sept. 5th rush.

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Diver's Death Off Oriskany Not Diving Related

Posted: 08/22/2006 - Investigators say the Pensacola diver who died over the weekend while out in the Gulf suffered from heart problems and his death was not diving related.

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Political Messages Not Endorsements

Posted: 08/21/2006 - If you haven't already, you may receive phone calls between now and September 5, with audio clips of Allan Bense, stating political niceties to Republican candidates. Although many are calling them political endorsements, he claims they are not.

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Reward Increased in Apalach Murder Case

Posted: 08/21/2006 - Authorities in North Florida are hoping hard cash will loosen some lips. They’ve boosted the reward for information in the murder of a Franklin County woman.

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Early Voting Begins

Posted: 08/21/2006 - Don’t forget to bring your driver’s license or some other form of photo ID when you vote. That’s one of the new rules in Florida for the 2006 elections.

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Community Joins Together for Burn Victim

Posted: 08/20/2006 - In this day and age, many people don't even know their neighbors, let alone help them in a time of need, but this isn't the case in Wausau.

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Ambulance Chaser Wrecks

Updated: 08/20/2006 - A local man and his family are in the hospital after trying to follow an ambulance to beat traffic.

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Lawsuit Filed Over Alleged Landsale Conspiracy

Updated: 08/19/2006 - Indymac Mortgage Bank of California says a Panama City attorney and his firm were part of an elaborate 20 million dollar land sales and property flipping conspiracy.

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Getting Back to the Beach

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Earlier this summer the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shut down three major panhandle beach renourishment projects because of excessive sea turtle deaths. The projects weren't expected to restart until October.

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String of Car Break-Ins reported in Lynn Haven

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Lynn Haven Police are trying to figure out who burglarized several vehicles in a Lynn Haven neighborhood overnight. Investigators say three people have reported break-ins, but officials believe there are at least two more victims.

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