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Working On Turning Out The Voters On Tuesday

Posted: 11/01/2010 - Panama City - There are more than 300-thousand college students in Florida and many of them won’t vote Tuesday. Voter turnout groups are trying to rally students here in Panama City and elsewhere to the polls. Technology may be key to reaching 18 to 29 year old voters.

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Florida Public Utilities Requests Rate Decrease for Marianna Customers

Updated: 11/04/2010 - Marianna - After a year of record high electricity bills, Marianna customers may soon get some relief from Florida Public Utilities. FPU officials announced Monday the company has requested a rate decrease from the Florida Public Service Commission.

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Changes Not Coming To Tallahassee

Updated: 11/01/2010 - Dozens of seats in Congress are expected to switch hands, marking a historic upheaval in how the country is governed, but when it comes to the state legislature, change is unlikely.

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20 Greyhounds Found Dead At Ebro

Updated: 11/02/2010 - Ebro - Washington County Sheriff's deputies arrested one man in connection with the deaths of 20-greyhound racing dogs at the Ebro Greyhound Park. But he's not yet charged with the animals' deaths.

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33 Greyhounds Found Dead at Ebro, 4 Others near death

Updated: 10/31/2010 - Ebro - 37 year old Ponce De Leon Man, Ronald Williams, has been arrested by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Chipley on 37 counts of felony animal cruelty in what the sheriff says is one of the most disturbing cases to cruelty to animals the department has ever investigated.

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Tomas Becomes Hurricane, Threatening Eastern Caribbean

Updated: 11/01/2010 - Newly borne Hurricane Tomas is barreling through a cluster of eastern Caribbean islands, tearing off roofs, damaging houses and downing power lines in its path. In St. Lucia state radio says fierce winds have ripped off the roof of a hospital and a school.

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Festival Of Nations

Updated: 11/01/2010 - Bay County-Panama city threw quite a celebration today, the annual Festival of Nations.

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Dog's celebrate Halloween, too

Posted: 10/30/2010 - Panama City Beach-- Dogs in our area certainly enjoyed the weather Saturday as they kicked off their Halloween celebrating early in the day.

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One Bay County Man's Head Spinning Halloween Idea

Posted: 10/30/2010 - Bay County-Well this isn't what you'd expect to see in any normal neighborhood like Bel Aire in Lynn Haven, but one man's passion for horror movies gave him a head spinning idea for Halloween.

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DEP to Help Extinguish Landfill Fire

Updated: 11/01/2010 - Judge Overstreet grants Department of Environmental Protection permission to enter landfill and put out the fire that's been burning for two weeks.

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Mother of Chipley Baby Now Free After Plea Deal

Posted: 10/29/2010 - Chipley - The mother accused of conspiring to hide her 7-month-old baby is now a free woman. 26-year-old Crystina Mercer was released from the Washington County Jail Friday after pleading 'no contest' to a single misdemeanor count of giving False Information to a Law Enforcement Officer.

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Florida Early Voting Setting Records

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Early voting is setting records this year. As of Friday, more than 800 thousand early voters had cast a ballot. The number is almost double the number of people who early voted the last time a governor’s race was on the ballot.

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Crist On The Campaign Trail

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Panama City - Calls for Democrat Kendrick Meek to bow out of the US Senate race so Republican Marco Rubio doesn’t win are coming from party leaders and maybe even the White House.

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Outwizzing The Whizzinator

Posted: 10/29/2010 - There are many items on the market that claim to help drug abusers beat drug tests. Here’s a story about an attempt gone bad. A local man caught using something called, The Whizzinator.

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State Attorney Shakes Up his Office

Posted: 10/29/2010 - State Attorney Glenn Hess realigned his assistant state attorney's due to budget cuts and new circuit judges.

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2010 Holmes County Fair

Posted: 10/29/2010 - County fairs are a long-standing American tradition especially in rural areas like the Panhandle. But many have disappeared, as less people attend the events.

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Golden Apple Award winner's class is a safe haven for students

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Lynn Haven - Nominated by one of her students, Mosley High School math and English teacher Brenda Peacock's entire third period rallied to make sure she was acknowledged for all of her hard work and dedication to her students.

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Karen Hanes and Larry Dantzler inducted into Junior Achievement's Business Hall of Fame

Updated: 10/29/2010 - Panama City Beach- A who's who in Northwest Florida business and education gathered in one place Thursday to honor two of their colleagues. The local Junior Achievement organization held it's 5th annual Business Hall of Fame dinner at the Majestic Beach Resort in Panama City Beach. The event is Junior Achievement's largest fundraiser and allows it to carry out it's mission of work readiness and financial education in Bay, Gulf, Franklin and Washington County schools.

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