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Coyotes

Updated: 06/17/2008 - You don't normally think of coyotes strolling through the neighborhood, but think again.

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FPU Rate Increase

Updated: 06/18/2008 - In the next few months many panhandle residents will be shelling out more money to cover their electricity bills.

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Jackson County Drug Store Under Scrutiny

Posted: 06/17/2008 - The U-S Attorneys office wants the federal courts to fine a Malone pharmacy almost $400,000 for allegedly failing to properly account for drugs such as morphine and methadone.

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Governor: Study Gulf Oil Drilling

Updated: 06/17/2008 - Embracing oil drilling off the Florida coast has long been considered a death knell for Florida politicians, but as gas tops the four dollar mark, drilling is now being talked about as a savior.

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Felons Rights

Updated: 07/01/2008 - More than a hundred thousand ex-offenders can now vote, serve on a jury and hold public office. Tuesday, Governor Charlie Crist says it’s just the first step in restoring the rights of all nonviolent felons but there are hundreds of thousands more without civil rights and very little money to get the job done.

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Preacher Gets Prison Term

Posted: 06/17/2008 - A Pensacola pastor who authorities say molested a 17-year-old boy has been sentenced to five years in state prison and 10 years probation.

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Gulf County to go to Four Day Work Week

Updated: 06/17/2008 - Does a four day work week sound good to you? With the price of gas going up everyday, that could be a reality for some Gulf County workers.

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Four-Day Work Week Saves Money

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Four-day work weeks may become the wave of the future, but it's already being done in Walton County.

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Candidate Qualifying Underway

Updated: 06/16/2008 - It was a very busy day starting Monday at noon when candidates began qualifying for the upcoming elections in August and November.

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Water Wars

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Florida continues to battle with Alabama and Georgia over water flow to the Apalachicola River.

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Maybe, Just Maybe, Real Estate is Turning Around in Florida

Updated: 06/16/2008 - The budget is 6 billion dollars lighter than it was a year ago. Sales and corporate tax revenues continue to fall and the governor is asking state departments to hold back 4 percent of their budgets. Despite the failing economy there’s a sign things could be getting better.

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One Dies in Local Plane Crash

Updated: 06/17/2008 - One person has died in the crash of a private plane north of Southport at mid-afternoon today.

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Domestic Oil Drilling on Front Burner

Updated: 06/16/2008 - The high price of gas has apparently convinced a majority of people that drilling for oil here at home and off the coast of Florida isn’t such a bad idea after all. Only 20 percent of those surveyed say it should never be considered.

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Local Folks Celebrate Flag Day

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Saturday was Flag Day, and it dates all the way back to this day in 1777. To celebrate Flag Day, some local folks held a flag burning ceremony.

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FHP Sobriety Check

Updated: 06/16/2008 - Florida's Highway Patrol is using past alcohol related tragedies to help prevent future incidents.

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Bank Robbery

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Two men are in jail after robbing a bank Saturday afternoon in DeFuniak Springs.

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Military Supportive Band Plays in PCB

Posted: 06/16/2008 - Saturday night at Club Lavela, the artist holding the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest concert by a solo artist performed with his band.

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Summer Block Party

Posted: 06/16/2008 - To many Americans, block parties signify summertime, and a local church hosted one Saturday.

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50 Mountains, 50 Days, 50 States

Updated: 06/16/2008 - When teachers have the summer off they usually get a second job or use the time to relax, but one Denver teacher is doing anything but that.

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Sunday Afternoon Fire

Updated: 06/16/2008 - A Sunday afternoon fire in downtown Panama City is leaving a man out of his home.

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