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Prescribed Burn

Updated: 02/01/2006 - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission burns 1,400 acres in Franklin County.

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Gulf Co. Land May Be Traded

Updated: 02/01/2006 - Many Gulf County citizens are trying to save one of the only public waterfront accesses in the area.

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More Northwest Florida Hunting Areas Opening

Updated: 02/01/2006 - In Gainesville, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) passed rules Wednesday adding two new wildlife management areas to Florida’s public hunting system for the 2006-07 season.

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Register That Keg

Updated: 02/01/2006 - A Florida college town is trying something new to cut down on underage drinking.

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Couple Faces Child Abuse Charges

Updated: 02/01/2006 - Springfield police say Thomas Davenport and Marcella Hauff are accused of beating a 12-year-old boy who fought with Devenport's son who is about the same age.

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Altha Tanks

Updated: 01/31/2006 - Underground storage tanks have long removed from the Campus of Altha School, but decontamination is still in process.

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Japan Tryouts

Posted: 01/31/2006 - Japanese television crew comes to Marianna.

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St. Joe Eyes Mexico Beach Property, Again

Updated: 01/31/2006 - Bay County's largest private landowner is reviving plans to develop more than 400 acres of land east of Tyndall Air Force Base.

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Car Buyer Scam

Updated: 01/31/2006 - Be careful who you trust. That's what Bay County sheriff's investigators are telling locals who are trying to sell a car through the classifieds.

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Evacuees’ Assistance Running Up

Updated: 01/30/2006 - Hurricane evacuees are running out of time for some types of FEMA assistance, but a local charity is still helping out without any deadlines.

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The Sunshine State Gets Ready for a Solar Push

Updated: 01/30/2006 - Part of Gov. Jeb Bush’s recently released energy plans call for more solar, but the state itself does little to encourage more solar construction. That is about to change

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Federal Jury Convicts Area Doctor on 98 Charges

Posted: 01/30/2006 - Panama City Dr. Thomas G. Merrill, who practiced in Apalachicola, has been convicted in federal court on charges of wire fraud, health care fraud and distribution of controlled substances.

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Man Dies After Being Run Over Twice

Updated: 01/30/2006 - The rainy weather this Sunday could have played a role in one's man's death in Bayou George after being hit by two different cars.

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Political Activists Petition in Mall

Updated: 01/29/2006 - Members of a national political activist group held a petition drive in the Panama City Mall Sunday. They're trying to bring more attention to political scandals and corruption in Washington.

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Spring Break Is One Month Away

Updated: 01/29/2006 - A lot of the nation's college students are planning for spring break 2006, and the hot destination this year is shaping up to be Panama City Beach.

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A Good Year for the Trolleys

Updated: 01/29/2006 - The folks who run the Bay Town Trolley say ridership is at its highest level ever.

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Judge James Fensom

Updated: 01/29/2006 - The 14th Judicial Circuit, which covers Bay, Washington, Holmes, Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties, has a new judge, James B. Fensom.

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Three Arrested for String of Robberies

Updated: 01/29/2006 - A Robbery at the Chevron Station at 23rd Street and Lisenby Ave. Early Thursday morning has led Bay County sheriff’s deputies and Panama City police to the arrest of three suspects in a string of armed robberies that now appear to be gang related.

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EOC Problems

Updated: 01/27/2006 - The state is calling 22 emergency operations centers deficient, and Gov. Bush wants to spend $70 million to fix the problem.

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