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Auburn: Oak trees posioned at historic site

Posted: 02/17/2011 - AUBURN, Ala. -- Auburn University says someone deliberately poisoned trees at Toomer's Corner, and that the live oaks likely can't be saved.

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'Voluntary' immigration program not so voluntary

Posted: 02/16/2011 - WASHINGTON -- Recently released documents show that a voluntary program to run all criminal suspects' fingerprints through an immigration database wasn't as optional as advertised.

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Short on men, retirement home hires dance partners

Posted: 02/14/2011 - BOCA RATON -- One Florida retirement community has found a solution to its perennial problem of not having enough men at their Valentine's Day dance: They're hiring.

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Dog gets death row reprieve for killing cat

Updated: 02/10/2011 - FORT LAUDERDALE -- A pit bull who had been ordered euthanized after a single fatal attack on a cat has been given a reprieve by the Fourth District Court of Appeals.

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St. Joe Co. considering sale

Updated: 02/09/2011 - WATERSOUND -- Panhandle land developer St. Joe Co. says it has hired Morgan Stanley & Company to look at various options including a possible merger or sale of the company.

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Ex-DC school chief Rhee visiting Florida lawmakers

Posted: 02/09/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- Former District of Columbia public schools chancellor Michelle Rhee is meeting with Florida lawmakers to talk about improving instructional quality.

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Amber Alert cancelled for Pensacola toddler

Updated: 02/09/2011 - PENSACOLA -- An Amber Alert has been cancelled for 17-month-old Keith Squaire Junior, who was believed to be with his mother's ex-boyfriend.

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Fla. school leaders: Scott plan would mean layoffs

Posted: 02/08/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- School officials say Governor Rick Scott's proposal to cut school spending by at least $300, or 4.3 percent, for each student in Florida would mean layoffs and put music, art, athletics and other noncore programs on the chopping block.

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Animal rights group seeks to buy Vick's Va. house

Posted: 02/08/2011 - NORFOLK, Va. -- A Pennsylvania-based animal rights group is raising money to buy NFL star Michael Vick's former dogfighting compound and turn it into a rehabilitation center for chained and penned dogs.

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Gates: Egypt, Tunisia protests a lesson to others

Posted: 02/08/2011 - WASHINGTON -- U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he hopes the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia will prompt other governments in the region to address longstanding political and economic grievances of their people.

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Sierra Club seeks to join suit against BP

Posted: 02/08/2011 - NEW ORLEANS -- The Sierra Club is seeking to join a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Justice Department against BP PLC. over the company's massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

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Mardi Gras Indians work to copyright costumes

Posted: 02/07/2011 - NEW ORLEANS -- Chief Howard Miller knows cameras will start clicking next month when his Creole Wild West Mardi Gras Indians take to the streets with their elaborately beaded and feathered costumes.

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