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Search for Pam Ray Continues

Updated: 06/30/2004 - The Pamela Ray case is back in the news. Investigators are now searching some woods and water in Walton County in hopes of finding her body.

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Skeeters in Full Bloom

Updated: 06/29/2004 - Mosquito season runs from July through October. A study by a local bug expert finds the best way to keep the buggers from biting.

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Busway Battle

Updated: 06/29/2004 - Elected officials are "pitching" an unusual battle in Walton County.

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Getting Counted

Updated: 06/29/2004 - The state of Florida is one of only six states that strips convicted felons of their civil rights. That includes the right to vote.

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Crossing Roads

Updated: 06/28/2004 - Some are saying it's just getting more dangerous to drive, let alone walk, along Thomas Drive on Panama City Beach.

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Open Seas

Posted: 06/28/2004 - In just three days, many ports along the U.S. coast will face intense scrutiny for their security efforts.

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Top Trombonist

Updated: 06/28/2004 - At the International Trombone Festival in New York, musicians from all over the world came to see how they measure up. One player from here in Crestview stood out among the rest.

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Stepping Forward

Updated: 06/27/2004 - A Panama City Beach man has made numerous contributions in technology, so he says his latest quest is just one more step.

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Better to Know

Updated: 06/27/2004 - A nationwide campaign is targeting at-risk individuals to get tested and prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.

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Change Coming to 23rd Street Business Line-up

Updated: 06/26/2004 - Heavy equipment has wiped out the old Food World grocery store on west 23rd Street in the Stanford Station shopping complex. It was demolished to make way for a new business

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New Study Says Smoking Ban Is Working

Updated: 06/26/2004 - Since Florida banned smoking in restaurants last July 1 the state has received more than 1,700 complaints of people breaking the rules. But only a tiny percentage of restaurants have actually been fined. Many restaurant owners are still bitter over the law and are questioning whether it’s worth the headaches.

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Eglin Remembers Khobar Towers

Updated: 06/25/2004 - On June 25 of 1996, 12 local airmen were killed in a truck bomb in Saudi Arabia. Friday, officials at Eglin Air Force Base held a ceremony honoring their memory.

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