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Bayou George Meth Busts

Posted: 08/30/2007 - A Bay County couple is facing a number of drug related charges after sheriff's investigators got a tip from area merchants.

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Police Say Student Traffic is Out of Control

Updated: 08/30/2007 - Lynn Haven Police have upped the ante in the debate over school students leaving campus for lunch. Wednesday, Police Chief David Messer released a 10-to-12 minute video showing Mosley students rushing to their cars to leave campus. It comes after four Rutherford High School students were injured in a lunchtime wreck on Tyndall Parkway last Friday.

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Pre-Trial Hearing Held in Martin Lee Anderson Case

Updated: 08/30/2007 - In less than a month attorneys will be selecting a jury to hear the case of eight former Bay County juvenile boot camp employees accused of killing 14-year-old Martin Lee Anderson.

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Female Fire Chief

Updated: 08/30/2007 - With more than a decade of experience as a Dalkeith firefighter, 35-year old Lisa Blankinchip has been named Dalkeith Fire Chief. But she will be battling more than just fires.

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Local Doctor Gets Federal Pen Time

Posted: 08/30/2007 - A Panama City physician who specialized in pain management, Dr. John Q. Durfey, was sentenced to 240 months in prison Thursday.

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If Florida Democrats Decide To Hold a Caucus Instead Of a Primary, It Could Prevent Many Absentee Voters from Exercising Their Rights

Updated: 08/30/2007 - Tens of thousands of Florida Democrats will likely have no say in choosing their party’s presidential nominee. Florida is being punished by the national party for going along with legislation to hold the preference vote earlier than national rules allow. It also means those fighting for this country will have no voice.

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Insurance Rate Hearing

Updated: 08/30/2007 - More than 37-thousand Floridians could be hit with a big increase in their homeowner’s or fire insurance policy premiums. Executives with the Auto Owners Insurance Group, which includes Owners and Southern-Owners, appeared at a public hearing before the Office of Insurance Regulation.

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Defuniak Springs Police Investigating Seventh Burlary

Updated: 08/30/2007 - The 7th burglary in less than a week to businesses in the Downtown DeFuniak Springs Historic District took place overnight Wednesday. And police are asking for the public’s help.

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New Joint Task Force

Updated: 08/30/2007 - The sheriffs from Okaloosa and Walton, Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties are entering a new venture with the U.S. attorney's office.

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Hosford Plant

Posted: 08/30/2007 - Last month Governor Charlie Crist announced the largest waste-wood biomass plant in the United States would soon be built in Liberty County. The announcement came as quite a surprise to the people of Liberty County, who say they had never heard of the plans until we broadcasted them. Many are not happy about the plant proposal and plant officials now say that announcement might have been premature.

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Fire Guts Eastside Home

Posted: 08/30/2007 - Arson is suspected in a Wednesday afternoon house fire at 3526 St. John’s Street in Springfield.

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F-S-U College of Business Shines in Undergraduate Rankings

Updated: 08/30/2007 - Florida State University’s College of Business secured the 29th place among public undergraduate business schools on the U.S. News and World Report’s undergraduate rankings list released August 17.

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TB Claim Unfounded

Posted: 08/29/2007 - The Dothan Driver License Examining Office was closed briefly Wednesday afternoon while officials investigated the possibility of TB exposure from a driver license applicant. The office reopened when it was determined there had been no exposure and no risk of exposure.

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Officer Expresses Gratitude

Updated: 08/30/2007 - In the days and weeks that followed Hurricane Katrina, thousands of evacuees poured into the Florida Panhandle. Many stayed here to build new lives. Two years later, those Katrina evacuees are living life as close to normal as possible. One of them is now a Panama City Police Officer Larry Franciangues.

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Free Wind Inspections From the State

Updated: 08/29/2007 - If you were here two years ago, you may remember the National Hurricane Center originally predicted Katrina was headed our way. It didn't work out that way, but that doesn't mean it couldn't happen sometime in the future.

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Katrina, Two Years Later

Updated: 08/29/2007 - In the days and weeks that followed Hurricane Katrina, thousands of evacuees poured into the Florida Panhandle. Many stayed here to build new lives. Two years later, those Katrina evacuees are living life as close to normal as possible. However, many locals are also looking back on this anniversary with special feelings.

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New Library Halfway Finished

Updated: 08/29/2007 - Bay County commissioners announced today the new library is ahead of schedule and under budget.

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Reef Construction Begins

Updated: 08/29/2007 - The Florida Department of Agriculture helped Mother Nature out Wednesday by dumping a big pile of oyster shells into West Bay. Its part of a project to help create an oyster reef.

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Vote to Dissolve Cedar Grove to be Scheduled

Updated: 08/29/2007 - Cedar Grove residents will get the chance to decide if their town will be dissolved. Commissioner Janet Beier collected enough signatures to place the town's fate in the residents’ hands.

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Crist Holding the Line on Tuition Hikes

Posted: 08/28/2007 - Despite a veto by Charlie Crist, Florida college students could be facing a tuition increase next semester. Back in the spring, lawmakers approved a five percent hike that was wiped out by the governor’s veto pen.

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Governor Drops Favorite Cliché

Posted: 08/28/2007 - For months, the governor has been promising your property tax bills will “drop like a rock.” But now that tax notices are being mailed out, people are starting to realize it’s more like a pebble and Charlie Crist admits he may have promised too much.

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TDC Cuts Spring Break in Half and Thinks' Twice on the Bed Tax

Updated: 08/28/2007 - Members of the local Tourist Development Council have placed their bets, hoping they pay off. But not every one thinks the gamble is worth it. A major move by the T.D.C. on Tuesday was a vote that cut funding for spring break marketing. However, the final vote didn't come without a fight.

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