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Local Toy Stores "Go Green"

Updated: 09/17/2008 - The "going green" movement is so popular that a lot of businesses are adopting the phrase and the practices, even some businesses you might not consider to be a threat to the environment.

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State Investments

Updated: 09/17/2008 - The state has 460 (m) million dollars invested in the bankrupt investment bank Lehman Brothers. State cabinet members say the investment is just small potatoes compared to the (b) billions Florida has in other stocks. State economic experts expect a minimal impact from the Wall Street slump.

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Dothan mayor says he won't run for re-election

Posted: 09/16/2008 - There will be a new face in the mayor's office in Dothan in Oct. 2009. Incumbent Pat Thomas told a local civic club Monday that he won't seek re-election.

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Georgia Execution Stay Request

Posted: 09/16/2008 - Attorneys for death row inmate Troy Davis have asked the state Supreme Court to stay his execution while they appeal his case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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MH-53 Pave Low Flies Last Local Flight

Posted: 09/16/2008 - The MH-53 PAVE LOW helicopter, from the 20th Special Operations Squadron, will fly its last local flight Sept. 16, departing the base during an 11 a.m. ceremony.

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Grand Lagoon National Tournament Postponed Until '09

Posted: 09/16/2008 - The First Annual Grand Lagoon National Saltwater Fishing Tournament in Panama City was supposed to kick off August 20 of this year. It is postponed until 2009 due to a risky hurricane season.

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Laketown Wharf Goes Bust

Updated: 09/17/2008 - There is more evidence of the real estate problems here in Bay County tonight. For months, the Laketown Wharf condominium and retail complex has been the object of wild rumors, things like indian tribes buying the development, with plans for a future casino.

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Missing Man Needs Medication

Posted: 09/16/2008 - Investigators with the Bay County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division are looking for a man reported missing on September 6, 2008. Charles William Enfinger was last seen on September 6 at about 7 pm as he was leaving a local hospital.

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Price Gouging

Updated: 09/15/2008 - When gas prices started going up last Friday, Panhandle drivers rushed to the pumps. The run on the gas stations meant almost every station in town, no matter what town we're talking about, ran out of gas; even the ones charging well over $4 dollars a gallon. And Florida's drivers are upset about the entire ordeal.

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Teacher Loses Education License, Still In Classroom at G.C.C.C.

Updated: 09/15/2008 - Last Monday, Florida's Education Practices Commission permanently revoked the education license of a former Bay District School teacher. Felix Thibodeaux resigned last year after allegations of improper conduct with a student. However, Thibodeaux's found another teaching job on Gulf Coast Community College's staff.

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Time to Recycle Your Sign?

Updated: 09/15/2008 - Every election season thousands of candidates' signs line the street. When the election is over, most of them end up in a landfill, but one Walton County man plans to clean up his community, one sign at a time.

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BCSO Lieutenant Graduates FBI’s National Academy

Posted: 09/15/2008 - Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen today announced the graduation of Lt. Faith Bell from the 234th Session of the FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia. Lt. Bell serves as the Lieutenant under Capt. Ricky Ramie in the Special Investigations Division at the Bay County Sheriff’s Office.

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Price Gouging Hotline

Updated: 09/17/2008 - More than a thousand reports of gas price gouging in Florida have been reported to the Attorney General’s office. Investigators will look at the complaint to determine if prices went up because of Hurricane Ike, or if gas companies were breaking the law.

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Rutherford High and Gulf Power PASS for school success

Posted: 09/15/2008 - As a part of Gulf Power Company’s ongoing commitment to supporting excellent education opportunities for all children, the company is partnering with Rutherford High School in Panama City to participate in the Partnership to Advance School Success (PASS) program.

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Price Gouging Complaints

Posted: 09/15/2008 - According to the Attorney General's Office, there have been 738 complaints of price gouging, and 71 of those have come from the Panhandle.

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Storm Shelters

Updated: 09/15/2008 - When Hurricane Ivan hit the Gulf Coast, a local family was inspired to save lives if future disasters come again.

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Panama City Beach

Updated: 09/15/2008 - The TDC in Panama City Beach has spent millions of dollars re-nourishing the beaches over the course of a decade. Are the beaches threatened by storms like Hurricane Ike and Gustav?

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