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Saturday Holiday Festivities

Posted: 12/07/2007 - There are a lot of Christmas events taking place this weekend, and most are free and open to the public. There are all sorts of things happening Saturday.

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Gulf Coast Hospital Helps Domestic Violence Program

Updated: 12/07/2007 - Hospital workers are used to helping people everyday of their lives. But Friday, employees at Gulf Coast Medical Center went above and beyond their normal healthcare duties.

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Universities Squeezed

Updated: 12/07/2007 - Bigger classes, fewer faculty members, and students taking more time to graduate could be in store for those who attend Florida’s 11 public universities.

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Teens, Cars Texting

Updated: 12/07/2007 - Teens who send text message while driving are the target of a proposed law. If passed, police would be able to cite drivers 17 and under who use cell phones, laptops or walkie talkies behind the wheel. Some teens believe they can text and drive without risking their own safety.

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Next Year's Hurricane Predictions Are Already Issued

Posted: 12/07/2007 - Hurricane forecaster William Gray said today there will be seven Atlantic hurricanes, three of them major, during the 2008 season. Gray's team at Colorado State University issued the prediction six months before the June-November season begins.

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Prison inmate charged in two-year-old Christmas Day murder

Posted: 12/07/2007 - Dothan police say a capital murder warrant will be served on a 23-year-old man already serving time in an Alabama prison. Police Chief John Powell said Terrance Termaine Baker will be charged in connection with the 2005 Christmas Day shooting death of 41-year-old Gene Nichols.

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Drug Store Robbed Again

Posted: 12/07/2007 - Panama City Police are looking for a robber who held up the Medicine Shoppe at 2303 West Highway 98, in St. Andrew Thursday evening.

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Gulf County Economic Summit

Updated: 12/07/2007 - In September, Gulf County became one of only a handful of counties the state forced to cut its property taxes, as well as its budget, by 9 percent. This left county commissioners searching for alternative revenue sources to make ends meet. But they're not the only ones looking for answers.

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Governor's Chief of Staff Changes

Posted: 12/06/2007 - One of Governor Charlie Crist’s most trusted advisers is stepping down. Chief of staff George Lemieux is returning to private law practice at the end of the year.

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Felons Rights

Posted: 12/06/2007 - A new website will help 250 thousand former felons get one of their civil rights back. Since Governor Charlie Crist signed an order in April to cut through the backlog, only 15 percent of those eligible regained their rights. But a coalition of groups says it will try to achieve where government has failed.

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State Investment Fund Partially Unfrozen

Posted: 12/06/2007 - Local governments got access to some of your tax dollars invested in a troubled state fund today, but not all of their investments. And they may not have access to the rest of the investments for months.

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Veggie Giveaway Helps Local Families

Updated: 12/07/2007 - It’s become a Christmastime tradition that many families in Holmes and Washington Counties can't live without. The Children Christian Center in Chipley continued, carried-out it's annual distribution of food and vegetables Thursday to needy families.

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Local Shoppers Concerned After Omaha Shooting

Updated: 12/06/2007 - A suicidal teenager shot 12 people before turning the rifle on himself. Local shoppers say the incident has them thinking about local security.

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Arnold Overdose Case Results in Student's Arrest

Updated: 12/06/2007 - A 15 year old Arnold High School girl was arrested today on charges she brought prescription drugs from home and have they to classmates last week in an incident which required five of the students to be hospitalized.

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Two More Goats Killed

Posted: 12/06/2007 - Authorities say two decapitated pygmy goats have been found in Fort Walton Beach.

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Dimmer Futures

Posted: 12/05/2007 - Nearly 32,000 Florida college students are getting hit with a budget double whammy.

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Beach Battle Brewing

Posted: 12/05/2007 - Who can walk where is becoming a volatile issue on large stretches of the beaches in the Florida Panhandle. Hit by storms that shrunk beach fronts, wealthy homeowners have taken to posting dozens of no trespassing signs and calling police when people sunbathe on what they believe is their sand. The solution will likely come in court challenges.

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Primary Blues

Posted: 12/05/2007 - Florida Democrats have lost the latest legal battle against the national party. A Federal Judge has ruled against US Senator Bill Nelson in a lawsuit filed against the national Democratic leadership. But state Democrats are still trying to recruit delegates.

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Bogus Check Writers are Jailed in Calhoun County

Posted: 12/05/2007 - Four alleged members of a south Florida counterfeit checking ring are in jail in Blountstown.. Police want to hear from you if you have one of the bogus checks.

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Upchurch Pleads to Misdemeanor Charge

Posted: 12/05/2007 - The criminal case against former Gulf County Sheriff Dalton Upchurch is about to wrap up now that the former sheriff has entered a no contest plea.

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