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Pot Plants Found in Apalachicola National Forest

Posted: 07/21/2007 - Leon County Sheriff's Deputies say they have seized more than 80 marijuana plants and arrested two people after finding a marijuana crop in the Apalachicola National Forest.

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Decline in School Performance of Black Males

Updated: 07/20/2007 - The decline in school performance by African American male students is a nationwide issue, clearly reflected in Bay County. Superintendent James McCalister along with other school board members tackled the issue Thursday night. This has set off a community wide brainstorm aimed at finding a solution to the problem.

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State Farm Wants To Dump 50,000 Policies in Florida

Updated: 07/20/2007 - State Farm says it "won't" be there for thousands of homeowners next year. Florida’s largest private insurance company wants to drop 50,000 mainly coastal homeowners after January 1.

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Cedar Grove Wins in Court

Updated: 07/20/2007 - Cedar Grove has scored a sixty five million dollar victory over the Bay County Commission. The county had been successful in stopping Parker’s plans to issue bonds for a C-R-A a couple of week’s ago. But with Cedar Grove, it was a different story Friday.

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Unemployment Numbers Still Look Good

Posted: 07/20/2007 - New unemployment numbers for Florida counties show the jobless rates are starting to creep upwards in many places. Here in Bay County, the June unemployment report for the Panama City area showed unemployment at 5-and-a-half percent, up from 2.8% in May.

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Supreme Court Decision Shouldn't Affect Patterson

Posted: 07/20/2007 - Bay County school officials said they don't think the recent U-S Supreme Court ruling, rejecting school diversity plans based on race, will affect Patterson Elementary School.

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Boyd Secures Funding for Bay Haven Charter Academy

Updated: 07/20/2007 - Congressman Allen Boyd, a member of the House Appropriations Committee, has secured $150,000 in federal funding for the construction of a new physical education facility at Bay Haven Charter Academy in Lynn Haven.

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PCPD Funds Controversy Continues

Updated: 07/20/2007 - The FDLE has released its finding in an investigation of the Panama City Police Department and a bank account.

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Pensacola family welcomes back 3 Iraq veterans

Posted: 07/20/2007 - Three Pensacola Iraq veterans are back home. Rosa Stallworth has all of her eight children under one roof again, including the three who have been serving in the military.

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Teflon Charlie

Updated: 07/19/2007 - Just call him “Teflon Charlie.” A new poll from Quinnipiac University shows Florida governor Charlie Crist has a 73 percent approval rating… compared to only 11 percent who say they disapprove.

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Meltdown Mel

Updated: 07/19/2007 - A new poll shows Florida’s junior senator in Washington is paying the price for his support of the president. The survey by Quinnipiac University shows only 36 percent of the Floridians they contacted approve of the job Mel Martinez is doing in Washington.

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Jumping Gulf Sturgeon Causing Problems

Updated: 07/19/2007 - Florida is on track to have a record number of people injured by jumping fish this year. 7 thousand Gulf Sturgeon migrate up the Suwannee River each spring and stay all summer. The fish are known to jump out of the water, and it is something you have to see to believe.

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Couple Making Remarkable Nationwide Journey

Updated: 07/19/2007 - A Kansas couple is also traveling across the nation doing something that probably no one else has ever done. Thursday, they stopped right here in Panama City. The couple is on a mission to raise awareness for a good cause.

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Golden Retriever

Updated: 07/19/2007 - Sometimes good things can come from a tragedy. That's apparently the case at the Bay County Animal Shelter, after a golden retriever was unnecessarily euthanized.

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State Farm to Cancel Thousands of Homeowners Policies

Posted: 07/19/2007 - Florida's largest private home insurer says it'll drop about 50,000 homeowners’ policies next year in what it considers risky areas along the coast. A State Farm Insurance spokesman says most of the homes and condos that will lose their coverage are within a few miles of the coast, but some are farther inland.

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Suspect Accused of Assaulting Blind Woman

Posted: 07/19/2007 - A local man has been arrested by Panama City Police on charges of Sexual Battery and Lewd and Lascivious Assault of a disabled adult.

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Magidson Speaks Out

Updated: 07/19/2007 - It's unusual for a public figure to speak-out about something he hasn't done, but that's the position Port St. Joe's new mayor Mel Magidson finds himself in.

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Local Court Activity

Updated: 07/19/2007 - Two Local trials have entered with guilty as charged verdicts this week.

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No Illegal Round-Ups in Okaloosa County

Updated: 07/19/2007 - Okaloosa County Sheriff Charlie Morris is receiving heavy criticism for not being as aggressive with illegal immigrants as Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithan.

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Hospital Sales Tax

Updated: 07/18/2007 - The medical community in Jackson County is counting on a half-cent sales tax proposal to make some big improvements.

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