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Cat Killer

Posted: 07/30/2007 - It's hard for Jackie Gibson to look at a photo of her family's beloved cat, Bubba, without being overcome with sadness and anger.

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Cope Home

Updated: 07/30/2007 - A homecoming to honor his sacrifice and to reunite with friends and family.

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Adopt A Greyhound

Posted: 07/30/2007 - Twice a month shoppers at Panama City's Books-A-Million can adopt a good read or even a good pet.

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Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Posted: 07/30/2007 - About 5,000 children between the ages of 3 and 19 in Bay County have special needs and can't participate in conventional sports.

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Crash Reports Prove to be A False Alarm

Updated: 07/29/2007 - Next time you see a low-flying helicopter, with smoke streaming out of the tail, don’t be alarmed. This week local emergency crews spent a lot of time checking out a report of a helicopter crash in the 65-hundred block of Thomas Drive.

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Federal investigators say they have determined the probable causes of two fatal airplane crashes in our area

Updated: 07/28/2007 - The N-T-S=B says the pilot and area traffic controllers are both partially to blame for the September 1st crash last year of a Berg Pipe Company plane near Argyle in Walton County. N-T-S-B investigators also say it was pilot error that caused the August 20th, 2005 crash near Freeport in Walton County that killed two people.

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The Cat That Can Sense Death

Updated: 07/28/2007 - You've probably heard about dogs who can tell when their owners are near, animals who can predict earthquakes and there's even some research suggesting pets can detect early stages of cancer. But we found a cat who seems to have the uncanny ability of sensing when death is near.

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Liberty County "Green" Plant

Posted: 07/28/2007 - Florida will soon have the largest waste-wood biomass plant in the United States. Governor Charlie Crist says progress energy and biomass gas & electric will build a plant in Liberty County.

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Emergency Services Worry If No-Fault Goes Away, Who Will Pay?

Updated: 07/28/2007 - With Florida’s no-fault auto insurance law set to expire in October, there are fears that that emergency rescue and medical services could be hobbled. In many cases where uninsured drivers are involved, the personal injury protection included in no fault is the only way ambulances and emergency rooms ever get paid.

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Port St. Joe Police Chief Retires

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Gulf County's other top law enforcement officer is also out of a job, but in this case it was his choice.

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New Gulf County Sheriff Appointed

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Major Joe Nugent is the new man in charge at the Gulf County Sheriff's Office. He's been appointed as interim sheriff.

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Medics Stuck on Meth

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Health care professionals say those in the medical field can be more likely to become addicted to drugs, given their easy access.

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Home Invasion Robbery Investigation

Posted: 07/27/2007 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a home invasion robbery that took place shortly before ten a.m. Friday at 412 North Bear Road in Fort Walton Beach.

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F-S-U Celebrates 25 Years in Panama City

Updated: 07/27/2007 - 25 years ago, former Governor Bob Graham signed a bill transferring the Panama City college campus from the University of West Florida to F-S-U. Wednesday the Florida State University Panama City Branch Campus marked that occasion with a silver anniversary celebration.

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Bread Recall

Updated: 07/27/2007 - There's another food recall underway and this time is hits right at home. Sara Lee is recalling several dozen whole wheat bread products because they might contain small pieces of metal. The loaves of bread were sold in northwest Florida and throughout the southeast.

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Health Bus

Updated: 07/27/2007 - State and federal health officials are bussing across the state to drive home a message about the value of prevention.

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Renewable Energy

Updated: 07/27/2007 - The green governor is at it again. Republican Charlie Crist, who has rankled conservatives in his own party by taking a strong stand on global warming and environmental issues, announced Thursday that Florida will soon have the largest waste-wood biomass plant in the United States.

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Kid Count Survey Says Florida Stagnant

Updated: 07/27/2007 - The overall health of Florida children is not improving according to the annual Kids Count survey. It says 53 thousand more kids are living in families where parents are unemployed, and an additional 24 thousand children are living in poverty. Advocates say money isn’t the only answer.

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Rare Find

Updated: 07/27/2007 - A rare 20 dollar gold piece that was a gift from Teddy Roosevelt has been returned to its rightful owner.

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Plane Crash

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Federal authorities are in Jackson County investigating a small plane crash that killed two people Thursday. One of the victims was a prominent community member, the other a 7-year-old boy. Neighbors are in grief.

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Bay County Highschoolers Do the Real Thing!

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Eighteen high school students and recent grads were selected for this year's summer partnership employment program, at the Navy Base. For eight weeks, students have been directly involved in on-going research and testing of real life military equipment.

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McKenzie Family

Updated: 07/27/2007 - The daughter of Panama City's first mayor Robert Lee McKenzie is in town this week. Today 85-year old Anne McKenzie Morton paid a visit the historic McKenzie House downtown.

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Cheerleading

Posted: 07/26/2007 - As many as 5-hundred girls from all over the country are in town this week, improving their cheerleading skills.

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