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Can No Fault Be Salvaged

Updated: 09/18/2007 - No Fault Auto insurance, which pays up ten thousand dollars in medical Bills, no matter who causes an accident is slated to go away on October 1st. But, pressure is building at the state capitol to try and save the 30 year old auto insurance program.

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An Old Fight Surfaces at the Supreme Court

Posted: 09/17/2007 - Three years after Floridians voted to allow slot machines in Broward and Miami Dade County's, and a year after the slots opened, the Florida Supreme Court today heard a challenge to the 2004 election. Opponents argue many of the petitions that put the slots on the ballot were fraudulent, and the courts decision could affect if the Seminole Tribe gets new games.

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Caremark Savings

Updated: 09/17/2007 - No matter your income or age, the discount card will give you a break.

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Insurance Savings for Property Owners

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Many Florida homeowners have seen property insurance go off the charts recently, and unbelievable rates combined with high property taxes has left some digging deep into their pockets.

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Teenager Dies in the Gulf

Posted: 09/17/2007 - Authorities say a 19-year-old college student died over the weekend after being pulled from the Gulf in Pensacola.

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Bay County Man Charged in Home Invasion

Posted: 09/17/2007 - A Panama City beach man is facing multiple charges after deputies say he kicked in the door of a holiday drive home and threatened 3-people with a knife.

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Sunday Night Fatality

Posted: 09/17/2007 - One person died in a single vehicle traffic crash on U-S Highway 90 in Walton County, just east of the Okaloosa County line.

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Sand Sculpting Contest

Updated: 09/16/2007 - Lobster Fest kicked off today with plenty of family friendly activities, including its' 9th Annual Sand Sculpture Contest.

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All Fired Up

Updated: 09/16/2007 - Some Bay County taxpayers are fired up, literally.

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Melinda Chavers Cut-a-Thon

Updated: 09/16/2007 - A Panama City woman, whose life was turned upside down a couple of weeks ago after a deadly motorcycle accident, is getting a little help today.

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Crash Kills North Bay County Man

Posted: 09/16/2007 - A Youngstown man has died in an early Sunday morning crash in Washington County. The Florida Highway Patrol identified the victim as 52 year old Thomas McFatter.

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Girl in Videos is Not a Missing Girl

Posted: 09/15/2007 - Two days ago, an unbelievable story surfaced, about sightings of a little girl, who authorities believed had drowned at St. Andrew State Park a year ago. The child's parents pointed to a little girl seen in some surveillance video in Jacksonville and Orlando, and said the child was their daughter, Jewel Strong, who did not drown, but was kidnapped and is alive and well.

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Children Reading Everywhere

Updated: 09/15/2007 - Visitors to St. Andrews State Park got more than a glimpse of nature this week. They also participated in a little story time.

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Governor Asked to Name Special Prosecutor Concerning a Local Judge

Updated: 09/16/2007 - State Attorney Steve Meadows is asking Gov. Charlie Crist to appoint a special prosecutor to handle a serious complaint filed against a local judge. Local resident Kevin Wood is claiming Circuit Judge Glenn Hess tried to solicit someone to murder him.

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Special Session Set for October 3rd

Updated: 09/15/2007 - The on again off again Special Session to cut the state budget is back on. Lawmakers will meet at the Capitol beginning October 3rd to cut more than a billion dollars from state spending. Plans for making the cuts are still vague.

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Animal Activist Busy

Posted: 09/14/2007 - Some people in Ft. Walton Beach are applauding the move of a kennel owner to voluntarily shut down his operation.

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Help for Those Seeking Public Assistance

Posted: 09/14/2007 - A new service will now be available to Panama City residents who need to apply for public assistance benefits. It’s the new access Florida Walk In Service Center.

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Murderers Profiting From Their Crimes

Posted: 09/14/2007 - Roy Brown, whose daughter Amanda disappeared almost ten years ago, is Angry. A web site which he says glorifies killers and allows them to profit from their crimes is no longer selling a letter from the man who went to death row for her murder, but Brown is fighting to keep killers from cashing in on their fame.

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