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Two and a half men cancelled after Sheen's rant

Posted: 02/25/2011 - LOS ANGELES -- CBS and Warner Bros. Television say they are ending production on this season of "Two and a Half Men" in the wake of incendiary remarks by star Charlie Sheen.

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Obama discusses Libya options with Turkish leader

Posted: 02/25/2011 - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is consulting with world leaders on possible steps to deal with the violence in Libya, speaking Friday morning with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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Union groups blast Ohio collective bargaining bill

Updated: 02/25/2011 - COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Union leaders in Ohio say no amount of changes could fix a bill that would dramatically reduce collective bargaining rights for public employees.

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New Zealand woman weds days after her quake rescue

Posted: 02/25/2011 - CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand -- In a bright moment amid the misery of New Zealand's earthquake, a woman rescued from the quake zone has gone forward days later with her planned wedding.

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Gov. Scott asks Legislature to cut government

Posted: 02/24/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- Florida's legislative session set to start March 8 could be one of the most explosive in years, with thousands of state jobs on the line as new Gov. Rick Scott presses to cut back on the size and cost of state government.

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Enrollment on the rise at Fla. public universities

Posted: 02/22/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- Enrollment in Florida's 11 public universities grew by another three percent in the fall of 2010, and overall SAT and ACT admission scores increased as well.

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Fla. head of agency for people with disabilities quits

Posted: 02/22/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- Governor Rick Scott's pick to head the Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities has resigned amid questions about sexual activities at a group home overseen by the agency.

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Oil industry braces for fallout from Libya

Posted: 02/21/2011 - LONDON -- Worries that the unrest in Libya and elsewhere in the Middle East could seriously affect energy production is driving oil prices higher.

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Gen. Cartwright: Middle East protests will spread

Posted: 02/18/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- General James Cartwright believes protests like the one that led to the fall of Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak will continue to spread across Northern Africa and the Middle East.

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Obama to travel to Miami in March

Posted: 02/18/2011 - WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama will travel on March 4th to Miami to tout his agenda for boosting American competitiveness.

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Census shows huge Hispanic growth in Texas

Posted: 02/18/2011 - AUSTIN, Texas -- New U.S. Census figures show that ethnic minorities account for 89 percent of the growth in Texas, which is poised to gain four new congressional seats -- twice as many as any other state.

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Sam Kinison left behind love child

Posted: 02/18/2011 - LOS ANGELES - A comic who was a longtime friend of Sam Kinison says recently-obtained DNA tests show Kinison was the father of a girl and not him.

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111 charged in Medicare scams worth $225 million

Medicare Fraud

Posted: 02/17/2011 - MIAMI -- Federal authorities have charged more than 100 doctors, nurses and physical therapists in nine cities with Medicare fraud as part of a massive bust.

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Man arrested for poisoning Auburn's historic oaks

Updated: 02/18/2011 - AUBURN, Ala. -- A 62-year-old Dadeville man has been arrested in connection with the poisoning of the historic Toomer's Corner oak trees at Auburn University.

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Oil rises, gasoline hits a 28-month high

Posted: 02/16/2011 - Prices at the gas pump have reached a 28-month high, even though oil and gas supplies continue to grow and demand for gas is weak.

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St. Joe opposes board replacement

Posted: 02/16/2011 - MIAMI -- St. Joe Co. says it opposes its largest shareholder's efforts to replace the real estate developer's entire board.

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Fed court debates Orlando homeless feeding ban

Posted: 02/15/2011 - ATLANTA -- The full federal appeals court is debating whether the city of Orlando was right to restrict activists who give food to the homeless in a public park.

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Program delivers lower infant mortality rates

Updated: 02/14/2011 - Florida’s infant mortality rate is at an all time low. A study released today shows just under seven out of every thousand Florida babies die before their first birthday. The achievement is shedding light on a program that helps women deliver healthy babies at a time when shrinking state funds have everyone fighting for funding.

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