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No Fault Will Be Back January 1st

Posted: 10/06/2007 - Most motorists have gotten a notice that Personal Injury Protection, or PIP coverage went away October first. Expect a new notice telling you it’s back. Friday, Florida Lawmakers acted with lightening speed and sent legislation to the Governor re-enacting PIP.

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Defense Claims Friday Testimony was a "Win" for Its Side

Posted: 10/06/2007 - Today may have been a pivotal turning point in the trial of 8 former boot camp employees. The state’s star witness took the stand, but the defense claims the testimony came out in its favor.

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Nursing Home Assault

Posted: 10/06/2007 - Graceville Police are investigating a possible rape in a nursing home.

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Another Apalachicola Area Drug Bust

Posted: 10/06/2007 - For the second time in a little over a week Franklin County sheriff's deputies have arrested a suspect allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into the county.

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St. Andrew Flooding to be Alleviated

Updated: 10/06/2007 - That big gaping hole in the ground near the intersection of Highway-98 and Beck Avenue in St. Andrew might not look too pretty right now, but just wait.

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Cedar Grove Disagreement Continues

Updated: 10/05/2007 - It’s not unusual for Cedar Grove city commissioners to disagree with each other. However, a planning session held on Friday, was stranger than some of their other gatherings. The commissioners were discussing legal strategy for a lawsuit filed against all of them, but actually have the support of one of them.

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Drug Dealers in the Public Eye

Updated: 10/05/2007 - For more than a year now, Holmes and Washington County courts have been dealing with the local drug problem a little different. They're bringing people charged with selling drugs outside of their drug closet and putting them in the public eye, which seems to be paying off.

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Friday's Trial of Bay County Boot Camp Defendents

Updated: 10/06/2007 - Day three in the Martin Lee Anderson Boot Camp trial began just as it had ended the day before, figuring out the factors contributed to Anderson’s death, but today could be a pivotal day in the case.

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Criminal Illegal Alien Program

Updated: 10/06/2007 - Local law enforcement agencies from the Panhandle are joining together once again to tackle the issue of illegal immigration.

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Okaloosa County Abduction

Updated: 10/06/2007 - Okaloosa County sheriff's investigators say they've arrested a man who kidnapped a seven-year-old girl earlier this week. Authorities say the man picked-up the child as she was on her way to school, drove around for half an hour, then let her go.

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Mexico Beach to Carrabelle Yard Sale

Posted: 10/04/2007 - This Saturday, October 6th is the first annual Forgotten Coast Yard Sale. This year business and residences all along Highway 98 will be having yard sales and sidewalk sales from Mexico Beach to Eastpoint.

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Deerpoint Lake Death

Updated: 10/07/2007 - Bay County sheriff investigators are looking into the death of a man at Deerpoint Lake.

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A Resolution to Commend

Updated: 10/06/2007 - Local Republicans are commending Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen for his efforts against illegal immigration, and they hope it pays off.

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1/2 Cent Sales Tax Signs Causing a Stir

Updated: 10/06/2007 - It now appears there are some questions as to whether the signs are legal, but school officials say the signs are not advancing a political agenda.

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P-I-P Update

Posted: 10/04/2007 - Florida lawmakers moved closer to restoring mandatory personal injury protection insurance for the state's drivers. The Senate Banking and Finance committed approved a bill to revive PIP on February 15th of next year.

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Budget Update

Posted: 10/04/2007 - State lawmakers are closer to cutting about one-billion dollars from the state budget. The House Budget and Policy committee voted along party lines to approve the plan. But, lawmakers really have their sights set on property taxes.

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Nelson Files Suit against DNC

Posted: 10/04/2007 - U-S Senator Bill Nelson along with Congressman Alcee Hastings filed suit against the Democratic National Committee in an effort to make the national party seat Florida’s delegates at the national convention.

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Farley Malfunction

Posted: 10/04/2007 - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is reviewing circumstances of an electrical malfunction that caused a Unit 2 reactor shutdown at the Farley Nuclear Power Plant. The Unit 1 reactor was already was idle.

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Deerpoint Lake Victim Identified

Updated: 10/06/2007 - The man who died while on Deerpoint Lake Thursday morning has been identified as 66 year old Willie Frank Toney, Jr. of Selma, Alabama. Mr. Toney was visiting friends in the Panama City area.

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Ft. Walton Beach Man Charged with False Imprisonment

Updated: 10/07/2007 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office has charged a Fort Walton Beach man with False Imprisonment of a Child under the age of 13 in connection with an incident Wednesday morning.

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Day Two of Boot Camp Trial

Updated: 10/04/2007 - Day two in the Martin Lee Anderson Boot Camp trial got underway at 8:30 Thursday morning. The state called their first witness, Dr. Jason Foland, a pediatric critical care physician at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola.

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No Charges Filed in Toy Gun Scare

Posted: 10/03/2007 - No charges will be filed against three students who sparked a scare Wednesday morning at Richbourg Middle School and Northwood Elementary School in Crestview. The schools were locked down after reports that one or more students may have brought a gun onto school grounds.

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