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One-Cent Sales Tax

Updated: 04/28/2004 - Three cities are supporting Bay Medical as a recipient of the tax.

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Inmates on Trial for Attacking Corrections Officers

Updated: 04/27/2004 - Tuesday was the first day of trial for two state prison inmates accused of severely injuring six local corrections officers last May. The attacks took place at Washington Correctional Institute in Greenhead.

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Defining Spring Break

Posted: 04/27/2004 - Some business owners believe Panama City Beach's time as spring break capital of the world has passed. Even so, the Tourist Development Council still wants to spend as much money as last year going after the college crowd.

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Fair Prices

Posted: 04/27/2004 - Tourist Development Council members are trying to make sure they don't lose money on this year's Indian Summer Festival.

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Cell Phone Towers Coming to a Location Near You

Updated: 04/27/2004 - City officials from around the state say Florida lawmakers are about to take away their authority to keep cell phone towers from ending up in residential neighborhoods. Environmentalists say they could also end up on endangered lands, but the companies say they need more towers to protect you.

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Martinelli Found Guilty of Money Laundering

Updated: 04/27/2004 - A four-year investigation has resulted in the conviction of a Bay County man on money laundering charges. David Martinelli is now facing up to 20 years in federal prison and millions of dollars in fines.

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Another Drowning In Area Gulf Of Mexico Waters

Updated: 04/27/2004 - Walton County Sheriff's investigators have identified a man who drowned in the Gulf trying to save his family. It happened Monday afternoon near the Surfside Resort in south Walton near the Okaloosa and Walton County line.

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Milk Prices Up

Updated: 04/26/2004 - Got milk? If not, you may want to take out a loan. The price has gone sky-high and some people are blaming dairy farmers, but the farmers say it's not their fault.

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Learning to Rescue

Updated: 04/26/2004 - Bay County emergency officials are hitting the surf in an effort to prevent another drowning along the Panhandle beaches.

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Dynamic Dentistry

Updated: 04/25/2004 - Made popular by shows like Extreme Makeover, area dentists are investing in high-tech equipment to keep up with the demand of wanting a beautiful, healthy smile.

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Choosing Rights

Updated: 04/25/2004 - Instead of marching in Washington, D.C. Sunday for the right to choose, some stayed home taking the opportunity to educate others about health and justice in a woman's life.

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Rabies Outbreak

Updated: 04/25/2004 - Bay County health officials confirmed three raccoons tested positive for rabies.

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Too Close for Comfort?

Updated: 04/23/2004 - Bay County Commissioners will take up a proposal that will set minimum distances for residential homes.

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Deja-Vu Arrest

Updated: 04/23/2004 - A former Fort Walton Beach man may think twice the next time he drives through Washington County. Twice, because that's how many times a sheriff deputy caught him with drugs in a rental car.

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Panhandle Cocaine Kingpin Gets 15 Years in Prison

Updated: 04/23/2004 - A 50-year-old man accused of being the kingpin of a cocaine ring received a 15-year sentence Friday. Prosecutors refused to recommend any reduction for his help against other suspects.

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AT&T Billing Glitch Costing You Money

Updated: 04/23/2004 - Two to three hundred thousand AT&T customers and another eight hundred thousand people who don't even have AT&T have been billed $4.77 a month since January. AT&T blames the billing on a computer glitch, but the state Attorney General is looking deeper.

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Panhandle Businesses Say Go Slow on Military Flight Path

Updated: 04/23/2004 - Business leaders want Walton County commissioners to take another look before endorsing a plan to limit development across a wide swath of the Florida Panhandle to protect it as a military flight path and environmental preserve.

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Kevin Wood's Oreos

Updated: 04/23/2004 - Local activist Kevin Wood catching heat for comments made on a local radio show.

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Critical Jackson County Paramedic Shortage

Updated: 04/22/2004 - Jackson County residents are in danger of losing critical help. A shortage of paramedics may mean reduced services in life or death situations.

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Earth Day

Updated: 04/22/2004 - Thursday, some local students took a walk on the wild side all in the name of Earth Day.

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