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Pilcher Recall Petition

Updated: 08/16/2006 - Veteran city commissioner John Pilcher is battling a growing movement to push him out of office.

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Thomas Drive Flyover to Open

Updated: 08/15/2006 - The long-awaited Thomas Drive and Highway 98 Overpass opens Wednesday morning. This elevated roadway promises to eliminate all traffic at the congested intersection.

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New Development on Highway 231 and Highway 20

Updated: 08/15/2006 - The development boom may have slowed a bit here in the panhandle, but that doesn't mean it's dead. Developers are asking Bay County commissioners to rezone a 27-acre piece of land in the Youngstown area from agriculture to commercial.

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County Commissioner Changes View

Updated: 08/15/2006 - Bay County landowners spoke, and apparently County Commissioner Jerry Girvin heard. Girvin dropped a bit of a bombshell, reversing his position on a property tax cut, but did the rest of his fellow board members listen?

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Probation Officer Sentenced

Updated: 08/15/2006 - A state probation officer who lives in Cottondale has been sentenced for sexual misconduct with client.

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Pamela Kinney Murder Case

Updated: 08/14/2006 - Monday marked the one year anniversary of the disappearance and eventual murder of a 19-year-old Franklin County teenager named Pamela Kinney. Investigators have yet to make an arrest in the Kinney murder, but they are hoping that will soon change.

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High Temperatures Bring High Power Bills

Updated: 08/14/2006 - The temperature isn't the only thing that high these days. Hot weather is pushing the demand for electricity to record levels. That also means you can expect higher power bills.

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Water Wars

Posted: 08/14/2006 - There was no Florida representative at the meeting Monday, so the governors of Alabama and Georgia decided to work out a water sharing agreement together.

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School Start Brings Changes

Updated: 08/14/2006 - Summer is coming to a close for students around Florida. Some started back to school two weeks ago, others are starting this week, and middle school students in particular will find tougher requirements this year.

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St. Joe Company Cuts Jobs

Posted: 08/14/2006 - The bubble is bursting in the Florida real estate market, and that hit home for some local folks Friday when the Saint Joe Company laid off employees in three divisions statewide.

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Funeral Services Set for Fire Victim

Posted: 08/14/2006 - Funeral services have now been set for the 79-year-old Parker man whose life was cut short by a house fire just a few weeks ago.

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Florida Praised by FEMA

Posted: 08/14/2006 - Florida is being praised as the best hurricane-ready state in the nation by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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Three Local Fatalities Sunday

Updated: 08/14/2006 - Two people were killed Sunday night in separate traffic accidents within 15 minutes of each other.

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Thomas Drive Elevated Roadway

Updated: 08/11/2006 - The long-awaited Thomas Drive and Highway 98 overpass will be opening soon. The Dept. of Transportation is estimating it will open Tuesday, weather permitting.

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Tyndall Terror Protection

Updated: 08/11/2006 - The foiled terrorist plot to blow up dozens of commercial airliners reminded us the skies are still very vulnerable to attack.

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Teens Buying Booze Online

Updated: 08/11/2006 - A new survey finds the latest threat to protecting your teenager from underage drinking may be your home computer.

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Elections Office Preparing for Primary

Updated: 08/11/2006 - Here in Florida, elections and controversy seem to go hand in hand, but officials at the Supervisor of Election’s Office in Lynn Haven are working hard to ensure your confidence in this year's September 5 primary.

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Athletes in the Heat

Updated: 08/11/2006 - Students are heading back to school and hitting the fields for athletic practices, but with the extreme heat in the area it can be an almost deadly situation.

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Heightened Airport Security

Updated: 08/11/2006 - Local airport officials say things have been pretty much business as usual here in Panama City following the terrorist plot which was uncovered.

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