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Catching the Rain

Updated: 04/20/2004 - When the rain hits Bay County, the storm drains work overtime to keep water off the streets.

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A Private Jail

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Corrections Corporation of America will stay at least one more year and run the jails for Bay County.

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Possible Building for Pier Park

Updated: 04/20/2004 - The St. Joe Company may finally be getting the centerpiece it's been wanting for Pier Park. The project is already two years behind schedule and now Simon Property Group has agreed to build an upscale retail center to fit the vision for Pier Park.

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Investigators Say Arson Caused Panhandle Fires

Updated: 04/20/2004 - Investigators say arson is to blame for a wildfire that scorched hundreds of acres and another fire that destroyed two homes in the Florida Panhandle this weekend.

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Third Grade Test

Updated: 04/19/2004 - Parents of third graders should find out this week it their child will move on to the fourth grade.

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Failing the Test

Updated: 04/19/2004 - Several high school seniors will also learn this week whether they passed the FCAT this week.

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Ripple Effect Seen in Poultry Plant Relocation

Updated: 04/19/2004 - The closure of a Defuniak Springs chicken processing plant Wednesday will take an estimated $40 million out of the local economy and eventually will lead to the loss of about 900 jobs, a University of Florida study shows.

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Fighting Fires

Updated: 04/18/2004 - It's a team effort for everyone involved in fighting the forest fire near Youngstown.

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Boaters Back With Family

Updated: 04/18/2004 - A North Carolina man and his 18-year-old son are only now beginning to reflect on the dangerous three days they spent stranded at sea.

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Perdue Plant Losses

Updated: 04/16/2004 - Parts of the panhandle are already feeling the economy pinch from the recent shutdown of the Perdue chicken plant in Defuniak Springs.

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Walton Flags

Updated: 04/16/2004 - After a rash of drownings last year, Walton County agreed to put in place a new beach flag warning system. But the new flags have yet to fly since their adoption in February.

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Walton Brush Fire

Updated: 04/16/2004 - A small brush fire destroyed several acres of a south Walton park.

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Safe Haven

Updated: 04/15/2004 - Several years ago state lawmakers created a law to give those mothers a way out without putting their baby at risk. Now, local officials are trying to make the public aware of the program.

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Boaters Found

Updated: 04/17/2004 - Two men are safe with their family after a grueling 48 hours stranded in the Gulf.

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Inquiring Minds

Posted: 04/15/2004 - Inquiring minds want to know what Dale Earnhardt, Jr. did during his Panama City Beach stopover last month.

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Explosive Backyard

Posted: 04/15/2004 - After the explosions on the bridge Thursday morning, some of the explosive material floated towards land.

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Paramedic Staff Shortage Crisis

Updated: 04/15/2004 - Jackson County has had a hard time keeping its Emergency Medical Services staffed with paramedics in recent years, but now it appears the staffing shortage may have reached crisis proportions.

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