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Mason-Dixon Poll Finds Residents Complacent

Updated: 05/29/2008 - On the heels of two mild storm seasons, Americans in Gulf and Atlantic coastal states are still complacent and unprepared for hurricanes according to a new Mason-Dixon poll released Thursday. The poll shows some residents of hurricane-vulnerable states say they will not evacuate and prefer to weather storms at home.

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Fantasy Five

Posted: 05/29/2008 - Eight winning tickets were sold statewide for last night’s Florida Lottery Fantasy Five drawing, including one in Panama City.

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County Road 388 Improvements

Updated: 05/29/2008 - The Florida Department of Transportation, Bay County, and The Airport Authority have reached a tentative agreement to maintain the road that will be crucial to the new airport.

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Ricky Morris sentenced

Updated: 05/28/2008 - He entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to life in prison.

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Jacob Meet and Greet

Updated: 05/29/2008 - They've been making headlines with negative news for months, but now the small town of Jacob is trying to turn its image around.

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No Tax Holiday for Hurricanes

Updated: 05/28/2008 - With hurricane season on the horizon, the state is asking people to prepare, but not offering them any tax breaks to harden their homes.

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School Bus Wreck

Updated: 05/28/2008 - A school bus wreck in Santa Rosa County sends everyone on board to the hospital. The Florida Highway Patrol says the bus collided with an S-U-V and rolled over twice, landing in the median.

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Attorney General Ups the Ante in Animal Fighting Gambling Rings

Updated: 05/28/2008 - More than 160 dogs and more than 7-hundred roosters were seized last year in animal fighting stings in Florida. Some of those animals were already dead by the time investigators reached them. The state’s Attorney General wants Floridians to take an active part in stopping animal fighting.

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Report Paints Dire Picture

Updated: 05/29/2008 - A coalition of environmental groups issued a report today detailing evidence of global warming that is already observable here in Florida. The report, titled Preparing for A Sea Change, says Florida must begin taking action now to avert disaster.

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Gas Leak

Posted: 05/28/2008 - Late Wednesday morning emergency personnel were called to the scene of a significant natural gas leak in the Bayou George area.

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FWC investigators appeal for public’s help

Posted: 05/28/2008 - Investigators with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are putting together pieces of the puzzle surrounding the death of 24-year-old kayaker Eric Toothaker in Santa Rosa Sound on Monday. However, they still need the public’s help.

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No Prayer for Ft. Walton Beach City Council

Posted: 05/28/2008 - Tuesday evening the Ft. Walton Beach City Council voted not to pass a motion that would require all committee meetings to start with a moment of silence.

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Gulf red snapper sport season reopens in federal waters

Updated: 05/29/2008 - The recreational harvest season for red snapper in Gulf of Mexico federal waters opens on June 1 and will close on Aug. 5. Gulf federal waters extend beyond nine nautical miles from shore off of Florida.

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Cedar Grove Employees’ Morale Low

Posted: 05/28/2008 - With a possible dissolution on the horizon for the town of Cedar Grove, employee morale is quote very low, and it might be getting lower.

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Econfina Creek Arrests

Posted: 05/28/2008 - The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission made dozens of arrests over the Memorial Day holiday weekend on a number of issues.

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Nelson River Boat Tour

Updated: 05/28/2008 - The fight for water flowing into the Apalachicola River has gotten a lot of publicity in the past few months. Those worried about the effects of the decreased flow are taking a new process to saving the industries connected to the water. The latest push has a U.S. politician touring the river.

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FCAT Norm Test

Updated: 05/27/2008 - Florida students tested better than a majority of students from other states in a nationwide test. Tuesday, the Department of Education released math and reading results from the FCAT Norm Reference Test.

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Prepare Now or Pay Later

Updated: 05/28/2008 - Hundreds of people still haven’t been paid for their hurricane losses in 2004 or 2005. A national survey being released later this week says a high percentage of people living in coastal states aren’t prepared for the worst. How you survive a storm might depend on how you prepare.

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