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Voting Hurdles

Updated: 04/22/2008 - Casting your ballot and having it counted this fall could be problematic say several voting rights groups. The NAACP, The ACLU and others say Florida is the most hostile state in the nation to new voters.

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Tax Swap Opposition

Updated: 04/21/2008 - A property tax cut you could vote on in November is being challenged by a state senator. Later this week the Taxation and Budget Reform Commission will vote on a plan that would cut property tax by 25 percent and raise the state sales tax by a penny.

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Built on a Bad Foundation in Port St. Joe

Updated: 04/21/2008 - Nine families, who bought land for their dream homes from the states largest landowners, have had their dreams smashed. The homes were built at a time when St. Joe Company did not need a permit to fill a low lying area and the fill the company used is creating a nightmare for residents.

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Coast Guard Cutter Dependable

Updated: 04/22/2008 - Once a sailor always a sailor and a group of retired Coast Guard sailors got together Saturday night in Panama City for their ship's 40th anniversary. The group also took time to remember their fallen brothers and sisters.

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KidCare May Be Updated

Updated: 04/22/2008 - Major changes to the state’s KidCare program are being discussed in Tallahassee (Meeting starts at 6). Lawmakers want to expand coverage to every kid and they also want KidCare to pay for autism treatment.

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Taxation and Budget Reform

Updated: 04/22/2008 - State sales tax revenues continue to fall short of projections. That means the state is having to cut, not only it's current budget, but spending plans for the upcoming fiscal year.

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Brush Fire

Posted: 04/21/2008 - A brush fire has broken out in eastern Bay County. The Division of Forestry says around 30 to 40 acres are burning.

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Parasailing Makes a Man's Dream Come True

Posted: 04/21/2008 - If you spend any time near our local beaches, parasailing has probably almost become a permanent fixture to you, although to a 91-year-old man, the high-flying ride fulfilled one of his lifelong dreams.

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Gas Station Robbery

Posted: 04/20/2008 - The Fill-Ups station on Hwy 98 was robbed around noon today.

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Callaway Commission Race

Posted: 04/20/2008 - Callaway voters will elect two commissioners on Super Tuesday.

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Callaway Mayor

Posted: 04/20/2008 - The mayor's race in Callaway will take place on Super Tuesday.

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Locals Kids Show Off Their Singing Abilities

Updated: 04/20/2008 - “It’s all about the children”, that’s the theme of Kidfest, and Saturday some local children got the opportunity to showcase some of their singing skills for a chance to record in a local studio.

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Mexico Beach City Elections

Updated: 04/20/2008 - The only race in Mexico Beach this year is for one seat on the city council. The other seat is filled by Robert Gingsberg who is facing no opposition.

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Panama City Beach Candidate Forum

Updated: 04/18/2008 - Super Tuesday is next week. Panama City Beach voters got one last chance to hear from their candidates Thursday night. Most of them participated in a candidate forum at the Panama City Beach Senior Center.

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TDC Debates Summer Season

Updated: 04/18/2008 - The Bay County Tourist Development Council's marketing committee tackled a couple of issues Friday morning that have proven to be a bit delicate in the past few months. They set-out to pass a summer marketing campaign, as well as hire a promoter for the Indian Summer Festival.

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Peanut Could Be The Next Source Of Bio-Diesel

Updated: 04/19/2008 - High gas prices have some looking at alternative methods for creating fuel. According to the Energy Information Administration the price of diesel fuel has increased 10% in the last week. Regular gasoline is up 5%. There is a growing movement in the agricultural community to help solve the energy crisis.

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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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