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Jurors Summoned for Two High-Profile Cases

Posted: 12/03/2007 - About 100 local residents found themselves at the Bay County Courthouse Monday morning, facing the possibility of serving on the jury in two somewhat high-profile cases. One is a first degree murder case, the other a vehicular homicide case.

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Local Government Investment Fund

Updated: 12/04/2007 - Hundreds of local governments have billions tied up in an investment account state officials froze last week. Tomorrow, the state will decide how much, if any, the local governments can start withdrawing. Smaller governments in particular, many of them in this area, are having to borrow to make ends meet.

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P-S-C Meets in Marianna

Posted: 12/03/2007 - The Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) will conduct a customer service hearing on Wednesday, December 5, 2007, for customers of Florida Public Utilities Company (FPUC). The utility provides service to approximately 15,410 customers in Jackson, Calhoun, and Liberty counties and has applied for an increase in its electric rates.

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One Suspect Located in Home Invasion Robbery

Updated: 12/03/2007 - A suspect injured in a home invasion robbery attempt is undergoing treatment for a severe laceration to his arm at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center.

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Apalachicola River DEP Meeting

Updated: 12/03/2007 - Earlier this month the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers decreased the amount of water being released in Georgia to feed into the Apalachicola River.

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Annual Bikers for Kids Rally

Updated: 12/03/2007 - Hundreds of bikers hit the streets in Bay County with toys in tow for the annual Bikers for Kids toy rally.

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F-15s on Stand-down

Posted: 12/02/2007 - At least 62 aircraft at Eglin Air Force Base are affected by a stand-down.

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Walton County Council on Aging

Posted: 12/02/2007 - Walton County's Council on Aging and its director, Kay Brady, are under a lot of scrutiny right now. They're being accused of harassment of employees and neglect of senior citizens.

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World Aids Day Vigil

Updated: 11/30/2007 - Almost twenty years ago World Aids Day was formed. It's a time for communities to gather to remember those who've died from the incurable disease, but also to provide information about preventing the spread of Aids and H-I-V.

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Education Statistics

Posted: 11/30/2007 - Bay County's high school graduation rate has reached its highest point in nine years. But the dropout rate is slowly going back up.

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"Grill's Gone Wild"

Posted: 11/30/2007 - Six months ago, a tragedy struck a Panama City family when their son was seriously hurt in a car crash. Now the community is coming together to help.

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Let The Season Begin

Posted: 11/30/2007 - Panama City is kicking off the Christmas season tonight. City officials led by Mayor Scott Clemons and City Commissioners came together for the annual Tree Lighting ceremony at the Downtown City Marina.

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Glenn Beck In Town

Posted: 11/30/2007 - Renowned radio and talk show host turned New York Times best selling author Glenn Beck was in town earlier tonight to sign copies of his latest book.

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Bid-a-Wee

Updated: 11/30/2007 - With the housing market suffering, property values around the area have dropped sharply over the past couple years.

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Tax Meeting

Updated: 11/30/2007 - The Taxation and Budget Reform Commission is considering a plan that would exchange some property taxes with a temporary hike in the sales tax.

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Insurance Rates

Updated: 11/30/2007 - For the second year in a row, Florida avoided a big hurricane hit. But homeowners continue to pay high insurance rates, despite lawmakers efforts and the governor’s promise of rates “dropping like a rock.” The insurance industry is not banking on another quiet hurricane season next year.

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Operation "Bot" Roast

Posted: 11/30/2007 - A nationwide computer crime sweep by the F-B-I and the Secret Service has led to the indictment of a Bay County man.

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State Freezes Investment Pool

Updated: 11/30/2007 - Hundreds of Local Governments, including many school boards, can’t touch their cash reserves for the second day in a row. The State Board of Administration froze a state investment account Thursday after panicked local governments withdrew large cash reserves, threatening the solvency of the fund. At least one county had to cancel payments to vendors to make its payroll today.

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A-T-V Crash

Posted: 11/30/2007 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office is investigating a serious injury traffic crash that occurred around 1 AM Friday morning on Sailfish Circle in Destin.

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Water Woes

Posted: 11/29/2007 - More than a dozen oystermen met with Governor Charlie Crist at the state capitol. Pointing to maps and explaining how a reduced flow from the Apalachicola River is already hurting the oyster crop, the group is looking for the Governor to stand up for them when he meets with the Governors of Alabama and Georgia over the water flow issue next week.

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