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Sunland Death Probe Requested

Updated: 04/09/2007 - The family of a severely disabled teenager who vanished from an area facility in 2002 is asking Gov. Charlie Crist for another state investigation.

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Early Voting Begins Monday Locally

Updated: 04/08/2007 - Early voting for five cities in Bay County starts tomorrow morning (Monday) at 8 AM and runs through Friday of this week. Early Voting locations will be at the Bay County Supervisor of Elections office on Mosley Drive in Lynn Haven and Panama City City Hall on the downtown marina.

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3.9% Local Mortgage Money

Updated: 04/07/2007 - This month may be the best time to buy a home. A new home mortgage program is opening the door to “home owner wannabies” at rates that might surprise you.

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Taxwatch says Enforce Tax Laws Already on the Books

Posted: 04/07/2007 - A budget watchdog group in Tallahassee says the state will lose two billion dollars this year because it doesn't have a way to collect the sales tax on purchases made by mail and over the Internet.

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Panhandler Jailed

Posted: 04/07/2007 - Authorities say a man was arrested after he asked bank employees for money to repay a crack-cocaine debt.

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Diabetes is becoming a Major U.S. Disease

Updated: 04/08/2007 - Doctors are calling diabetes an epidemic in the United States, with no end in sight, especially with our children who are leading more and more sedentary lives. Experts say diabetes accounts for 14 percent of healthcare costs in the united states, and that number will only climb if we don't make some changes.

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Enterprise Prom

Updated: 04/07/2007 - Enterprise High School students held their senior prom this week. Some students say getting dressed up for the prom is a bittersweet moment, considering what they've been through recently.

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Area Fire Danger is Critical

Updated: 04/07/2007 - Our dry conditions and high winds are causing the Division of Forestry to suspend all outdoor burning for the next few days, especially since three woods fires flared up Friday afternoon across our region. A major fire west of Apalachicola has burned about 500 acres but no one has been injured and no structures burned. The fire forced the closure of an approximately 15-mile section of U-S Highway 98 between Port St. Joe and Apalachicola. This forcing motorists to take a more than 100-mile detour between the two cities.

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Girls Gone Wild Founder Joe Francis Takes on Federal Jjudge

Updated: 04/06/2007 - Wednesday, federal judge Richard Smoak in Panama City reinstated contempt of court charges he first imposed against Joe Francis last week. The case stems from a mediation session between Francis and lawyers representing 7-underage girls who were filmed for "Girls Gone Wild" during Spring Break 2003 in Panama City Beach. The girls' families sued Francis for publishing the sexually explicit films.

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Area Master Plan for Roads is Adopted

Updated: 04/05/2007 - The Transportation Corridor Authority has unveiled its "Master Plan" for parts of Bay County. The northwest Florida Corridor Project will now make it's way to Tallahassee to be considered by state legislators. The " plan" could face major bumps on the way.

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Canopies Moving from St. Andrew

Updated: 04/05/2007 - A local fine-dining restaurant is in its final days. Canopies in Panama City will be closing its doors in May. But, it's not for good.

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Ft. Walton Beach Walmart Battle

Updated: 04/05/2007 - There are only a handful of business's you can count on to be open 24/7 and Super Wal-Mart is one of them. Some residents of Fort Walton Beach and Mary Esther can't get enough of the Supercenter while others are concerned two in a two mile radius is one too many.

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Close to $4 Million in Drugs Seized

Updated: 04/08/2007 - The aroma of marijuana filled a conference room at the Ft. Walton Beach police department Wednesday, where investigators announced a huge drug bust. They seized some 3-point-8-million dollars worth of pot. Ft. Walton Beach officers pulled off the raid and seized the marijuana Monday night.

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Indoor Pot Farming Operation

Updated: 04/04/2007 - Bay County sheriff's investigators say they've have made a major drug bust. The case began to unfold Tuesday night, when they received a search warrant and conducted a raid on a Lynn Haven house. And apparently deputies found what they were looking for.

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Chipley Area Farmers Market

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Washington County's Agriculture Extension Service held a meeting about revitalizing its farmer's market Wednesday. The county has been without one for several years.

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Major Area Theft Case Solved

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Three Gulf County residents have been arrested in the theft of over $100,000 in cash from Scallop Cove, a convenience store on Cape San Blas.

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Area Highway Materplan

Updated: 04/04/2007 - A state appointed group tasked with reducing congestion, improving safety, and boosting economic development along Highway 98 throughout northwest Florida is ready to release it's master plan. And some of the suggestions will have a major impact on Bay County.

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700 pound leatherback turtle found dead on area beach

Posted: 04/04/2007 - A rare, 700-pound, leatherback turtle that washed up dead at Okaloosa Island is one of several rare sea turtles found dead recently on beaches in that area of northwest Florida.

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G-C-C-C 50th Anniversary History

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Half of a century of Gulf Coast Community College's history is being unveiled to the world. Archives dating back to the first days of the college are now available thanks to a new website: memorycollection.gulfcoast.edu

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Airport Future Planning

Updated: 04/04/2007 - The Airport Authority board is asking business leaders across Northwest Florida to put on their thinking caps and come up with marketing strategies for the new Panama City-Bay County International Airport.

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Rudy Campaigns in Florida

Updated: 04/04/2007 - Presidential candidate and former New York City Mayor, Rudy Giuliani was in Tallahassee Wednesday to schmooze with Governor Charlie Crist, G-O-P lawmakers and financial backers.

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