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Area Price Gouging Arrests

Updated: 09/24/2004 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office has arrested two men from North Carolina who charged an elderly Mary Esther resident triple a fair market price for tree removal services.

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Shelter Controversy Continues in Jackson County

Updated: 09/23/2004 - When Hurricane Ivan threatened northwest Florida last week, Jackson County Emergency Management officials didn’t open any shelters because the county does not have any buildings the state can safely certify as an emergency shelter.

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Wyland Doin' it Big

Updated: 09/23/2004 - One of the world's largest murals is in Destin.

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All Okaloosa County Curfews are Lifted

Updated: 09/23/2004 - It's been a week since Hurricane Ivan slammed ashore causing massive damage in some parts of northwest Florida, and for the first time in eight days there are no curfews in one area coastal county.

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Disaster Unemployment

Posted: 09/23/2004 - If you lost your job or missed more than five days of work because of Hurricane Ivan, you could be eligible for disaster unemployment assistance.

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Swap Stopped

Posted: 09/23/2004 - That land swap that would allow developer Bob Blackerby to build a high rise condominium on the Panama City Marina is on hold for now.

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Progress Being Made to Restore Electricity

Updated: 09/23/2004 - About three-fourths of the customers who lost electric power from Hurricane Ivan now have their lights back on in the Florida Panhandle.

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Highway 20 Repairs Ongoing

Updated: 09/22/2004 - Road damage is a big problem throughout the Panhandle because of Hurricane Ivan. State and federal officials are making some headway and road crews are working to repair Highway 20 at Choctaw Beach.

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Free Tarps in Walton County

Updated: 09/22/2004 - The South Walton fire district wants to lend a hand to those property owners that did have damage.

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Walton County Beaches Open

Updated: 09/22/2004 - South Walton beaches are once again safe, but officials warn swimmers to continue using caution.

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FEMA Aid

Hallam, Nebraska

Posted: 09/22/2004 - Picking up the pieces after a disaster is not a quick and easy process. That's why local, state and federal relief agencies are working together to help you get moving in the right direction.

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Costly Courts

Posted: 09/22/2004 - The plan for a new federal courthouse in Panama City could be delayed two years.

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Officials Predict Quick Opening of I-10 in Northwest Florida

Updated: 09/22/2004 - U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta says he saw Hurricane Ivan's damage to a major interstate and an airport, and he has delivered the first installment of federal money to get cars, planes and trucks moving again.

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Ivan Survivors

Posted: 09/21/2004 - Jewell Menge and her husband sat on their back porch and watched Ivan's first effects come ashore.

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