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Sea Turtle Lights Spark Controvery

Updated: 06/07/2005 - Environmentalists want to extend the program to protect sea turtles, but some residents say the dim lights are dangerous to humans.

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University of West Florida Tuition

Updated: 06/07/2005 - The University of West Florida is dangling some bait to try to get more people from Alabama to enroll at the Pensacola campus.

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Florida Unveils its WWII Memorial

Updated: 06/07/2005 - On Monday, the 61st anniversary of D-Day, the 330,000 World War II veterans living in Florida got a long-overdue and well-deserved monument to their service.

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Escaped Inmate Recaptured

Updated: 06/07/2005 - An Okaloosa County inmate is now in custody after he fled from a work detail at the Okaloosa County Courthouse Annex in Shalimar Monday morning.

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144th Trans Coming Home

Updated: 06/06/2005 - Jackson County prepares to welcome home National Guard soldiers.

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Marianna Murders

Updated: 06/06/2005 - The father of the murdered children refuses to take a polygraph.

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Model Wannabe Is Shot by Photographer

Updated: 06/05/2005 - Panama City police are still searching for a man they believe shot a young Lynn Haven woman while holding her and her friend as apparent hostages.

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Minesweeper Heads Back Out to Sea After Mishap

Updated: 06/03/2005 - The minesweeper Shrike got underway June 1 from Naval Station Panama City, Fla., six days after suffering a mishap that caused it to return to the pier just after getting underway.

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Counterfeit Merchandise Business Lands Father and Son Team in Jail

Updated: 06/02/2005 - A complaint from a disgruntled woman who never received merchandise for a $4,000 check she sent to an Internet site has led Bay County sheriff’s deputies to a Panama City Beach home where they arrested two men and seized a truckload of merchandise.

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Late Wednesday Slaying Probed

Updated: 06/02/2005 - A fight over a woman has left one man dead, another critically wounded by a knife and a third man in jail on murder charges.

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Bay Jury Says Murderer Should Die

Updated: 06/02/2005 - A 12-member local circuit court jury has given its recommendation to a judge in the Christopher Offord murder trial: death by lethal injection.

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Kids Best Update

Updated: 06/02/2005 - The owners of the beach daycare where an eight-month-old baby was burned last week will not face any criminal charges.

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Gulf County Health Update

Updated: 06/02/2005 - With Gulf Pines hospital shut down, Gulf County residents have few options when it comes to healthcare, but new developments may have put the hospital on pace to reopen, and a local clinic has stepped up its services in the meantime to fill the gap.

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