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Cattle Study

Updated: 03/05/2008 - Some researchers in Jackson County are taking the phrase "you are what you eat" literally.

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Is the State of The State Really Strong?

Updated: 03/05/2008 - Despite a failing economy and a dwindling state budget, Governor Charlie Crist says the state of Florida is strong. In Tuesday night’s state of the state address Crist admitted he is an optimist, but after the speech reporters were asking if the Governor is out of touch.

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Online Child Porno Network One of Most Sophisticated Ever

Posted: 03/05/2008 - A Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, man in south Walton County is one of a dozen Americans accused of participating in a global child pornography ring that distributed more than 400,000 lewd pictures and movies.

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Sexual Predators

Updated: 03/05/2008 - Bay County commissioners say there’s a considerable difference between sexual offenders and sexual predators, and they want local laws to reflect that.

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County to Slash Impact Fees

Updated: 03/05/2008 - Commissioners want to help jump start the slumping housing market, and they say slashing impact fees across the board could do the trick.

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Graceville Campbellton Hospital Rebound

Updated: 03/05/2008 - The Graceville Campbellton Hospital is operating in the black for the first time in more than three years. How the hospital that was overrun in debt has made a complete turnaround.

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Columbus Ship Visits Panama City

Updated: 03/05/2008 - An exact replica of the 15th century ship is in town for a week. Visitors can get a feel of the past with the Nina.

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Santa Rosa kayaker rescued after 10 hours in the water

Posted: 03/04/2008 - A 55-year-old Santa Rosa County man who spent about 10 hours in the water in his kayak is listed is fair condition. Authorities say Charles Folkers set out for a kayak trip on Sunday at noon, but seven hours later he had not returned.

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Tough Session Facing Florida Lawmakers

Posted: 03/04/2008 - This session promises to be on of the most difficult in at least two decades. The problem is money. Lagging sales tax collections and real estate transfer fees are forcing tough choices.

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Florida Lawmakers Begin Their Annual Session

Updated: 03/05/2008 - The Florida Legislature is back in session tonight. The opening gavel sounded just after 11 Tuesday morning. Making do with less is going to make this one of the toughest sessions in two decades.

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Shalimat woman charged with fatally stabbing brother

Posted: 03/04/2008 - Authorities say a Shalimar woman fatally stabbed her brother after he poured beer on her. Thirty-year-old Nichole Tamara Hewitt-Melikjanyan is charged with murder in the death of 24-year-old Jessie James McCloud .

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Beach Sewer Spill

Updated: 03/04/2008 - Bay county officials have closed a section of Joan Avenue on Panama City Beach, because of a sewage leak. The spill happened about 11:30 Monday morning as Panama City Beach utility crews were working on lift station #40. The force-main broke.

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Fountain Fire

Updated: 03/03/2008 - There were some tense moments Monday afternoon in Fountain, as a wildfire came dangerously close to several homes.

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Nightclub Fire Safety

Updated: 03/03/2008 - Now that spring Break is underway, local nightclubs and bars we'll see heavy traffic. That means that fire safety is a main concern for the Clubs and Fire Department. They are working together to make sure the club goers stay safe in case of an emergency.

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