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Springfield Fire

Updated: 08/11/2007 - Fire officials say a cigarette lighter was the cause of a house fire that happened in Springfield Friday morning.

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CFO Alex Sink Weighs In On Insurance Debate And Asks What Went Wrong

Updated: 08/11/2007 - The feelings of many homeowners and even state officials these days seem to be that lawmakers’ efforts to rein in the cost of home insurance haven’t worked. But while some legislators say the state should just go back to the drawing board on insurance reform, Florida’s chief financial officer disagrees.

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$1 million Bond Set for Murder Suspect - Stolen Car Recovered

Posted: 08/10/2007 - The missing car which belonged to a woman murdered this past weekend at Marianna has been located. Escambia County deputies recovered the car late Thursday night parked on a Pensacola street only a couple of blocks from where a suspect arrested for the slaying was living.

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Dry Cows

Updated: 08/09/2007 - Farmers say cows need at least 10 hours of moderate temperatures each day to produce a normal amount of milk, but with this heat wave, their not getting enough cool time.

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Two Cases of E-Coli Are Confirmed so Far

Updated: 08/09/2007 - Loretta Allen’s water well is one of two cases of fecal coli confirmed by the health department off John Pitts Road in the Bayou George area.

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Murder Update

Updated: 08/09/2007 - Escambia County authorities are holding a 25-year-old Pensacola man in-connection with a murder in Jackson County.

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Sunken Boat Causing Navigational Problems

Updated: 08/09/2007 - Gulf County officials are concerned a sunken house boat is a big accident just waiting to happen. The homemade vessel sank about 3-weeks ago, in the Chipola Cut near Wewahitchka. Only about 10% of the boat is now visible sticking out of the water.

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British Citizen Asks For Mercy

Updated: 08/09/2007 - A British citizen serving life for two drug-related murders he says he did not commit is asking Governor Charlie Crist for mercy. Krishna Maharaj’s case has sparked an international tug-of-war between the British government and the U-S.

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Bay County in Need of More School Bus Drivers

Updated: 08/09/2007 - School's starting in less than two weeks. Bay district school bus drivers are preparing to hit the road on August 20, but there may not be enough drivers to go around.

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Enrollment Freeze Plans at F-S-U Panama City

Updated: 08/09/2007 - If you were planning on going back to school this fall and taking a couple classes, you'll probably have to wait to next year if you want to go to F-S-U Panama City. Wednesday the Board of Governors said that any Florida University that is over-enrolled for the funding they are receiving, needs to cut its enrollment.

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Georgia Marijuana Operations Have Ties to Panama City

Updated: 08/09/2007 - Federal authorities are all looking for a Panama City Beach man who may be involved in drug ring estimated to be worth 10-million dollars. This investigation involves over a dozen suspects in both the northwest Florida and southern Georgia.

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Dogfly Spray

Updated: 08/09/2007 - Some Walton County residents are challenging the long-term effects Dibrom has on humans and the environment.

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Gun-Locks in Walton County

Updated: 08/09/2007 - A child's' natural curiosity can be charming but it can also prove to be deadly.

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Fashion Retailers and Specialty Shops Flocking to Pier Park

Updated: 08/09/2007 - Simon Property Group, announced Thursday a list of fashion and specialty retailers, most of whom are new to the market, that will join the lineup at Pier Park in Panama City Beach for its Grand Opening next spring.

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Drive to Abolish Cedar Grove

Updated: 08/09/2007 - A Cedar Grove commissioner is taking it upon herself to do what she says will help the Town. Commissioner Janet Beier is going door to door to get residents support to dissolve the town of cedar grove.

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Four Illegals Arrested on Local Job Site

Posted: 08/08/2007 - Investigators from the Bay County Sheriff’s Office visited the site of Tropic Winds Condominiums located at 17644 Front Beach Road, Panama City Beach, Wednesday morning. Complaints had been received regarding suspected illegal aliens working at this job site.

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Suspect Indentified From Video on NewsChannel Seven

Posted: 08/08/2007 - Security video capturing the fraudulent use of a stolen credit card by an unknown female suspect was released to the media recently by the Bay County Sheriff’s Office and has turned up an anonymous tip which identified the suspect.

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Workers in the Heat Know how to Manage!

Updated: 08/08/2007 - Hot news flash: you've been living in one of the hottest places in the country over the past few weeks. Health officials continue to recommend staying indoors where there is air conditioning on these blistering hot days. For those whose paycheck depends on outdoor jobs, working under the hot sun is a must take risk, every single day. However, as we found out, those hot working folks, know how to manage.

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Polluted Wells Tested

Posted: 08/08/2007 - The Bay County Health Department is attending to complaints from Bayou George residents who say their well water is contaminated with e-coli. Residents say they decided to test their well water, because of a funny taste they noticed.

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Heat Wave Sets New Electricity Record

Posted: 08/08/2007 - Gulf Power company customers in northwest Florida purchased more electricity Wednesday afternoon than ever before in the history of the company.

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Budget Cuts Could Hurt

Updated: 08/08/2007 - The head of Florida’s Department of Children and Families says pending state budget cuts could really hurt, depending on how deeply they go. All state agencies have been asked to prepare two new budgets – one with a 4 percent cut and one with a 10-percent cut in spending for the current year.

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State Launching Kidcare Outreach Effort

Updated: 08/08/2007 - State officials are hoping a massive outreach effort will make a difference in efforts to get healthcare to some of Florida’s half-a-million uninsured children. Representatives from several agencies including the Department of Children and Families kicked off the KidCare enrollment drive at the state Capitol on Wednesday.

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Sen. Bill Nelson Holds Town-Hall Type Meeting and Fields Our Questions on the Insurance Crisis

Updated: 08/08/2007 - U.S. Senator Bill Nelson is spending his August recess from Congress traveling Florida to hear the concerns of every-day Floridians. Florida’s insurance crisis keeps coming up, and Wednesday reporter Victoria Langley caught up with the Senator at a sandwich shop in Jefferson County east of Tallahassee to hear what he thinks should be done about it.

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Chipley Man Dies in Accident

Posted: 08/08/2007 - A Chipley man has died following a singe car traffic crash in Washington County Tuesday.

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