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School Support Staff Honored

Updated: 01/11/2008 - Many times you hear about school teachers and principals being rewarded for their hard work. Well, it takes an entire support staff to keep a school running and Thursday night those people were honored.

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Bonifay Police

Posted: 01/11/2008 - You've heard the phrase, "to protect and serve,” but what do you do if you don't have enough police officers to protect and serve all the people in your community? That could be the case in Bonifay.

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Gary Hilton Still Prime Murder Suspect

Posted: 01/11/2008 - Leon County investigators now say a man, charged with killing a Georgia woman on New Year's Day, is their prime suspect in the murder of 46-year-old Cheryl Hodges Dunlap. Georgia authorities charged 61-year-old Gary Michael Hilton with the murder of 24-year-old Meredith Emerson.

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Arrest Made in Mary Esther Robbery

Posted: 01/10/2008 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a suspect in connection with the robbery of a man outside of a Mary Esther Bank on Monday, December 17th.

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Property Tax Cuts

Updated: 01/10/2008 - The Florida League of Cities says the “Yes on 1” TV ads that urges people to vote for a property tax cut on January 29th are misleading. The League of Cities says all homeowners won’t benefit, but first-time homebuyers will have a bigger tax burden.

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New State Anthem

Updated: 01/10/2008 - "Oh Florida, My Sweet Home" could be the new state anthem. The song was selected from a number of entries. The original intention was for the winning entry to replace Stephen Foster's "Old Folks At Home" as the official state song, but legislation introduced Thursday would keep both as the official state songs.

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Sales Tax Exemptions

Updated: 01/10/2008 - For the first time in 7 years, Florida lawmakers are seriously considering revising some of the state’s sales tax exemptions. For example, bottled water, ostrich feed and luxury skyboxes are not taxed. It’s estimated that such exemptions cost the state 23.5 billion dollars a year.

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Battle Between McCalister and School Board Over

Updated: 01/10/2008 - It's been a hard fought battle, but Bay District School Superintendent James McCalister has won the legal battle over his right to remove Larry Bolinger from the Bay High principal's job.

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Three Arrested on Drug Charges

Posted: 01/10/2008 - Working on information developed from a previous case, the Special Investigations Division of the Bay County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant Wednesday which resulted in three arrests on drug charges.

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Florida Senate Believes Some Insurers Lied

Updated: 01/10/2008 - The insurance industry in Florida is once again under fire tonight. The state Senate has formed a 20-member committee that will force top insurance industry executives to testify under oath about why property rates haven’t dropped as promised. The insurance industry says it’s ready.

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Dollar General Employees Jailed

Posted: 01/10/2008 - Two employees of a local Dollar General Store have been jail for the theft of $23,000 worth of merchandise for the store where they were employed.

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Family First: Thank You Notes

Posted: 01/09/2008 - Teaching your child to write proper thank you notes after holidays and birthdays.

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Young Poll Workers

Updated: 01/09/2008 - The Florida presidential primary isn't just effecting party affiliations changes.

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Party Changing

Posted: 01/09/2008 - The majority of the panhandle's voters are Republican. It's been that way for more than a decade.

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Update on Illegal Alien Enforcement

Posted: 01/09/2008 - Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen issued an update Wednesday on the illegal alien enforcement effort he began last year.

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TDC Still Waiting for Response on Sea Turtle Lighting

Posted: 01/09/2008 - On the issue of sea turtles the Tourist Development Council is still waiting to hear back from the Fish and Wildlife Commission on the status of the sea turtle lighting ordinance proposal.

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Homeowners See Red Over Amendment One

Updated: 01/09/2008 - The Governor’s push to pass Amendment One on January 29th released its first TV commercial Wednesday. It is designed to assure people the cap on their taxes is permanent. The change to allow homeowners to take their tax savings when they move has some homeowners seeing red.

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Key Lawmakers Support Red Light Camera Law

Updated: 01/09/2008 - Red-light running drivers kill at least 100 people each year in Florida. But a key lawmaker is supporting a proposal to ticket motorists who are caught on camera running red lights. But, if you’re ticketed, your insurance rates won’t go up.

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