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Money Laundering

Updated: 02/13/2008 - For convicted Panama City money launderer David Martinelli, the more things change, the more they stay the same. After first winning an appeal 14 months ago, and then losing one Wednesday, Martinelli is still in federal prison for 17 1/2 years.

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City Pier Demolition

Updated: 02/13/2008 - Demolition of the Dan Russell Panama City Beach City Pier is underway, with a new replacement pier scheduled to open in the spring of next year.

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Firefighter Settles Suit

Updated: 02/14/2008 - A former Southport firefighter has settled his lawsuit against Bay County, for 75-thousand dollars.

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Youth Arrested for Cemetary Vandalism

Posted: 02/13/2008 - Two Bay County boys will have time to think about what they've done while sitting in juvenile detention Wednesday.

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Oncology on Canvas

Updated: 02/13/2008 - Nearly 2,000 cancer patients from 43 countries were encouraged to put their emotions on canvas. This week you can see 150 of those paintings right here in Bay County.

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Juvenile Budget Cuts

Updated: 02/13/2008 - State budget cuts could leave thousand of children in the court system without adequate representation. It could also cut hundreds of beds for Juvenile offenders.

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Portability Suit

Updated: 02/13/2008 - The portion of amendment one that voters approved on January 29th which allows homesteaders to take their tax savings with them when they move is being challenged in court. A law suit claims the so called “portability” measure in the amendment is unconstitutional.

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Gulf Grouper

Posted: 02/13/2008 - The recreational and commercial harvest of red, gag and black grouper in Gulf of Mexico federal waters is prohibited from Feb. 15 until March 15.

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Hartford man charged in staged shooting

Posted: 02/13/2008 - A Hartford man in southeast Alabama has been charged for allegedly staging his own shooting. Charles Gregory Hatcher was indicted by a Geneva County grand jury on charges of obstruction of justice and giving false information to law enforcement officers.

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Joint Task Force Arrests Nine In Okaloosa County

Posted: 02/13/2008 - Nine people were arrested Tuesday as the result of an investigation by the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office into the employment of illegal aliens at several area businesses.

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Historic Apalachicola

Updated: 02/12/2008 - Apalachicola has survived on its seafood industry for generations, but in the last 20 years or so there's been a bit of a shift, and that new and thriving tourism industry is getting a big boost.

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Bay District School Board to Discuss Evolution

Updated: 02/13/2008 - Bay District School Board members will be taking up a controversial debate tomorrow over the teaching of evolution. The new proposed state educational standards includes curriculum that treats evolution as a fact.

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Chipley Waste Water Treatment

Updated: 02/12/2008 - Today the City of Chipley broke ground on a waste water treatment plant they say will forever change city operations. The project has been almost 10 years in the making.

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Crist V-P?

Updated: 02/13/2008 - Florida is increasingly being called a purple state...a state which could go either way in a Presidential election. Our 27 Electoral votes are crucial to who becomes the next President of the United States. Because the state is so important, and because of rare change in Florida law, Governor Charlie Crist is high on the short list of possible Vice Presidential candidates.

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Teen Takes Gun to School

Updated: 02/13/2008 - A 17-year old student at Crestview High School, who took a gun to school Tuesday, , is facing charges of possession of a concealed weapon, possession of a firearm on school grounds, and resisting arrest without violence.

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McCollum Emails

Updated: 02/12/2008 - Attorney General Bill McCollum is catching heat over e-mails he sent to staff-members asking them to watch a controversial documentary. The movie “Obsession,” is about Radical Islam. It was shown on state time. The Attorney General’s support of the film is causing an uproar among Muslim leaders.

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New Judge

Posted: 02/12/2008 - Alabama Governor Bob Riley has appointed veteran prosecutor Henry D. "Butch" Binford of Dothan to a vacancy on the Houston County Circuit Court opened by the retirement of Judge Denny Holloway.

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Third Teen Charged With Murder

Updated: 02/12/2008 - A third suspect, a 16-year-old, has been charged with the murder of a Pensacola, Florida, man.

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Former Jailer Charged with Sex Offenses

Updated: 02/12/2008 - A former correctional officer for the Covington County sheriff's department is behind bars charged with an array of sex-related offenses.

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Pensacola Native Takes Over State Health

Updated: 02/12/2008 - Gov. Charlie Crist announced that a former Republican state lawmaker from Pensacola will be the new leader of the state Agency for Health Care Administration. Holly Benson is now secretary of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

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Kristen Goes Fishing

Posted: 02/12/2008 - You may have noticed Newschannel 7 anchor and reporter Kristen Berset has been conspicuously absent from our airwaves for a little over a week. Kristen is on a special assignment. She's gone fishing.....in Baghdad...Iraq.

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Trio Arrested for Pot Smuggling

Posted: 02/12/2008 - Three people from Alamo, Texas, have become part time Bay County residents. They're in the Bay County Jail.

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FCAT Testing Begins Tuesday

Updated: 02/11/2008 - Students will begin testing for the writing portion of the FCAT all across the state Tuesday.

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