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Okaloosa Murder for Hire Plot

Updated: 10/20/2004 - Two brothers are suspects in a murder-for-hire plot in which the intended victim was a court witness in a drug case.

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Panhandle Picks

Updated: 10/19/2004 - Get ready to tee off at the best golf course in town; collared shirts and soft spikes required.

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Get Out the Vote

Updated: 10/19/2004 - Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of vice presidential candidate John Edwards, made a campaign stop in Panama City Tuesday morning.

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Are You in Favor of Consolidated Government?

Updated: 10/19/2004 - A non-binding referendum has been placed on the November ballot to get voters’ takes on consolidating Bay County cities into one government.

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FEMA Money Dispersal

Updated: 10/19/2004 - FEMA has spent more than $1 million in five Northwest Florida counties in the month since Hurricane Ivan hit.

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Help for Families Who Lost Their Homes Because of Hurricane Ivan

Updated: 10/19/2004 - Last week FEMA and Jackson County Emergency Operations officials announced a plan to provide housing for people who lost their homes to Hurricane Ivan, which is good news for at least one family that's been waiting for help.

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U.S. Senate Hopefuls Face Off

Updated: 10/19/2004 - Both candidates for the U.S. Senate in Florida will go head-to-head in two debates.

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Walton County Fair

Updated: 10/18/2004 - The Walton County Fair is 80 years old and looking good.

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All Aboard!

Posted: 10/18/2004 - There are two Navy ships docked at the Port of Panama City this week, in town to help represent the advancing technology of the Navy in conjunction with the National Defense Industrial Association Conference also here this week.

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Walton Early Voting

Updated: 10/18/2004 - Plenty of voters in Walton County also headed to the polls Monday.

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Voters Casting Ballots Early

Updated: 10/18/2004 - Florida is one of just a few states that allows voters to go to the polls up to two weeks before Election Day. Thousands across the state are taking advantage.

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Surviving

Updated: 10/18/2004 - October is the 20th Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month and more women than ever are becoming survivors of the disease.

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Medical Amendments

Updated: 10/18/2004 - Before you head to the polls, take some time to research the eight amendments that will be listed.

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Troubled Zoo Kills Five Large Animals

Updated: 10/18/2004 - In recent weeks, people have become concerned with the well being of several of the big cats at the Highway 77 Zoo north of Southport.

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Head-On Collision Was Intentional

Updated: 10/18/2004 - A man is dead after slamming his car into a construction vehicle on the side of the road in Panama City Beach.

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Springfield Man Stabs Son-in-Law

Updated: 10/18/2004 - Springfield Police are investigating a Saturday night stabbing involving a man and his son-in-law.

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Police Standoff Ends Peacefully

Updated: 10/18/2004 - A standoff between Bay County sheriff's deputies and a Bayou George woman ends safely Sunday afternoon with the woman being restrained and taken to a hospital.

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John Edwards Campaigns Sunday Night in Tallahassee

Updated: 10/18/2004 - Early voting begins first thing Monday morning, and Democratic Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards was in Tallahassee Sunday night telling voters to take advantage of the new law.

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More on the "Crazy White Boys" Gang

Updated: 10/17/2004 - This week’s arrests in the murder case of Jeffery Shane Elliott are just the beginning of a crackdown on “The Crazy White Boys” gang.

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Flu Prevention

Posted: 10/15/2004 - Only a couple clinics in our area have the flu vaccine, so health professionals say you should take steps to prevent the spread of the virus.

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