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Marianna Murders

Updated: 03/17/2006 - A lead investigating agency talks about a quadruple murder.

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Fire Danger

Posted: 03/16/2006 - The weather in the panhandle is perfect for the beach, but it's also perfect for wildfires. The National Weather Service and the Florida Department of Forestry have issued new warnings.

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The Golden Knights

Posted: 03/16/2006 - The U.S. Army parachute team, the Golden Knights, go to great lengths to make a strong presence overseas as well as on American soil.

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Bigotry Plagues Fire Station

Posted: 03/16/2006 - Several Southport fire officials are feeling the heat after being accused of using racially charged and offensive language.

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Heads Roll at DOC

Posted: 03/16/2006 - There's been another big shakeup within the Florida Department of Corrections.

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Sarah Jo Izard Case Continues to Unfold

Posted: 03/16/2006 - Investigators with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation have confirmed that two fetuses found in a storage shed in Rome, Georgia are human fetuses.

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Doctor Surrenders License

Posted: 03/15/2006 - A local psychiatrist has voluntarily surrendered his medical license after being accused of sexual misconduct.

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Anderson Second Autopsy

Posted: 03/15/2006 - The body of 14-year-old Martin Anderson was exhumed Friday and transported to Tampa for a second autopsy to determine the cause of his death.

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Area Fantasy Five Winning Ticket

Posted: 03/15/2006 - Someone who bought a Fantasy Five ticket at Malone in north Jackson County is $77,000 richer Wednesday.

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Deja Vu For Panama City Beach Voters

Posted: 03/14/2006 - About 350 voters went to the polls Tuesday and again rejected plans to move, combine, swap or sell easements off Beach Blvd. in the long Beach area.

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School Cafeteria

Posted: 03/14/2006 - Washington County School district is exploring the idea of contracting school food services.

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Reaction to Second Boot Camp Autopsy

Posted: 03/14/2006 - The results of the second autopsy are not in yet, but officials at the state attorney’s office in Hillsborough County are already saying it’s clear that 14-year-old Martin Anderson did not die of natural causes.

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