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Constitutional Amendments

Posted: 02/02/2008 - This November Floridians will have to decide if they want to ban same-sex marriage. The Marriage Amendment is just one of several issues petitioners tried to put on the ballot. Whitney Ray tells us which groups gathered enough signatures and what opponents of two of the most controversial amendments have to say.

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D-C-F Arrest

Posted: 02/02/2008 - It’s the agency charged with protecting Florida’s children, but police say a spokesperson for the Department of Children and Families did the opposite.

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Give Kids a Smile

Posted: 02/02/2008 - Some area kids are flashing a brighter smile today thanks to some very generous dentists in the area. The American Dental Association held its annual "Give Kids a Smile" event at Gulf Coast Community College Friday by providing dental care to kids who otherwise couldn’t afford to visit the dentist.

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6-Days of Searching with No Luck

Posted: 02/02/2008 - The family of a missing Alabama woman is still desperately searching for their loved one. They’ve been posting flyers and treking the panhandle for 6-days now.

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Lotto Enhancements

Posted: 02/02/2008 - Governor Charlie Crist suggests adding lottery games to generate money. Crist recommends generating about 250 million dollars from the Florida Lottery.

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Very, Very Drunk

Posted: 02/01/2008 - The woman who led Mexico Beach police on a high-speed chase, which ended in a fatal crash Thursday evening, was apparently very, very drunk. 51-year-old Norma Bisson was booked into the Bay County Jail Friday on 5-felony charges including DUI-Manslaughter, and Grand Theft Auto.

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Cedar Grove Police Chief in the Spotlight, Again

Posted: 02/01/2008 - There's been another incident between the Bay County Sheriff's Office and Cedar Grove Police Chief Guy Turcotte. At one point today, it appeared Turcotte could face grand theft charges. But that's not the case tonight.

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Criminal Profiling

Posted: 02/01/2008 - Turn on your TV and flip through the channels for a few minutes. It won't take long for you to see some images similar to this. Murder, Rape, Burglary, Robbery... Why are these crimes happening so often in the world around us?

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Stroke

Updated: 08/05/2008 - February is Heart Month and the American Heart Association is hoping you study up on the risk factors for heart attack and stroke. A local woman didn't know the risk factors and became one of the 730,000 people in the United States to suffer a stroke last year.

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Bay Town Trolley

Posted: 02/01/2008 - Bay Town Trolley reports a 20 percent increase in riders in 2007.

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University Chancellor

Updated: 02/01/2008 - If you're a community college student and want to finish your education at a college or university in Florida, it's always been an easy process, but this year things may change.

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No Trace of Missing Woman Yet

Updated: 02/02/2008 - Bay County Sheriff’s investigators and volunteers, including the family of Pamela Biggers all headed to different directions Friday. Three teams split up to cover more area during the search, most of them, heading towards Montgomery.

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Fraudulent Social Security Number Lands Illegal in Jail

Posted: 02/01/2008 - The Bay County Sheriff’s Office received a call recently from the owner of a restaurant on Panama City Beach in reference to an employee he suspected had used fraudulent documentation to obtain employment.

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Budget Gamble

Updated: 02/01/2008 - Governor Charlie Crist’s budget recommendations rely on funds from reserves, lotto enhancements and the Seminole gaming compact. The State Supreme Court is still deciding if the compact is legal. Some state leaders believe the governor is relying on money that’s in jeopardy.

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Civics Education Lacking

Updated: 02/01/2008 - Lack of faith in government is tied to a lack of civics education say supporters of an effort to increase civics education in our schools. One study has found that only about half can name the three branches of Government. But, a grant hopes to change the level of education.

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Law Suit Filed Over Boot Camp Termination

Updated: 02/01/2008 - One of the Bay County Boot camp guards acquitted in the death of Martin Lee Anderson, has now sued to get his old job back with the Bay County Sheriff's Office.

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Murderer Gets Life

Posted: 02/01/2008 - Convicted Murderer Johnny Reed won't join the 11 people currently on death row from the 6 county area of the 14th Judicial Circuit. Instead, a Washington County jury in Chipley recommended life in prison without parole for the 34-year-old white supremacist.

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Search Expands for Missing Woman Pam Biggers

Updated: 01/31/2008 - Investigators say this area has been well covered, but Biggers' family is now taking the search outside of the county, hoping a lead will soon turn up.

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Reed Sentencing

Updated: 02/01/2008 - Murderer Johnny Reed wants to die, but that's not what a Washington County jury is recommending.

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Callaway Shooting Ruled Accidential

Updated: 02/01/2008 - Investigators say a dog fight in Callaway might have led to a father accidentally shooting his son Thursday morning. Bay County sheriff's deputies responded to the home of 74 year old Roger Alexander at 6312 Lance Street in Callaway around 8 a-m.

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Crist says the People Won

Updated: 01/31/2008 - One property tax vote down and more are on the horizon. Governor Charlie Crist, back at the capitol after a long campaign, told reporters the people want more property tax breaks.

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Accidential Shooting Incident

Updated: 01/31/2008 - An accidental shooting in Jackson County sent a State Fire Marshal's investigator to a Dothan hospital.

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