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Bad Plants

Updated: 06/23/2005 - Aquatic plants have grown out of control taking over a portion of Lake Seminole.

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Beach Development Battle

Updated: 06/23/2005 - Developers want to replace an old motel with luxurious town homes, but residents say the development will set a bad precedent.

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Are Your Windows Ready for a Hurricane?

Updated: 06/22/2005 - If a piece of wood came shooting through a cannon at 34 miles per hour, Could your windows protect you from the impact? Hurricane test labs are analyzing windows structures and accepting or rejecting it for retail sales.

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The Other Side of Panhandle Tourism

Updated: 06/22/2005 - The Panhandle has more than sandy beaches and party spots. Further inland, there’s a vast ecosystem waiting to be explored.

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Deadly Dumping Ground

Updated: 06/22/2005 - Soil and water samples in the Millview Community of north Port St. Joe reveal cancerous levels of toxins.

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Flyover Funding

Updated: 06/21/2005 - The state will most likely stop construction on the Highway 98-Thomas Drive interchange after crews finish the first phase, giving drivers a straight shot to the new Hathaway bridge.

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Sandestin's Fishing Tournament

Updated: 06/21/2005 - It may be the newest playground for the rich and famous, but to many, the Destin area is still the "world's luckiest fishing village,” and Sandestin's Emerald Coast Blue Marlin Classic is about to make one person a very lucky fisherman.

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Lt. Gov. Jennings Shows Badly in Newest Poll

Updated: 06/21/2005 - On the heels of new poll results that show her trailing badly in the list of potential Republican candidates for governor, Toni Jennings says she still hasn't decided whether to run.

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New Traffic Laws Mean Tougher Penalties, Higher Fines

Updated: 06/21/2005 - Several new traffic laws take effect next week with your safety in mind. The laws toughen penalties and raise fines for a number of motor vehicle violations, and some motorists are saying it’s about time.

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Hazing and Bullying

Updated: 06/21/2005 - Jackson County School Board will discuss adding rules against bullying to student code of conduct. The new language will mirror a new state law.

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Decaying Human Head Found on Bayfront

Updated: 06/21/2005 - The gruesome discovery comes three months after an 18-year-old Panama City Beach girl's headless body was found in the same area.

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Turenne Advised Not to Talk

Updated: 06/20/2005 - The courts are preparing to sentence a Canadian woman found guilty of second degree murder in the death of her husband, Maj. David Turenne, but Monique Turenne is apparently looking beyond sentencing to her planned appeals, and during an exclusive interview with Newschannel 7 this weekend, Turenne also appears to be looking back at the last week of her trial and at the last nine years of her life.

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Roadhouse Grill Fire

Updated: 06/20/2005 - A Panama City restaurant that uses flames to cook some of its food sustained damage from some flames Monday morning.

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Monique Turenne Speaks Out

Updated: 06/20/2005 - Monique Turenne didn't testify in the trial, and she has never spoken publicly about her husband's death or her trial until now. Saturday night she told Newschannel 7 a different story than the one heard in her trial.

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Second Local Plane Crash in Three Days

Updated: 06/20/2005 - Motorists at Gulf Coast Community College got a rare chance to see something unusual, an airplane upside down in the parking lot.

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Arizona Murder Suspect Arrested in Crestview

Updated: 06/19/2005 - A Crestview man is now in the custody of the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office after a positive DNA match identified him for a murder he committed in Tucson, Arizona 18 years ago.

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Verdict in Turenne Murder Trial

Updated: 06/19/2005 - Monique Turenne’s nine-year battle for freedom ended Friday night as a Bay County Circuit Court judge convicted her in the murder of her husband, Canadian Air Force Major David Turenne back in 1996.

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HIV/AIDS Cases Down Dramatically in Florida

Updated: 06/17/2005 - For the first time ever, the number of new cases of HIV/Aids among African Americans is down. The news is especially significant for women, one of the fastest-growing HIV populations nationwide.

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