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Gold, silver surge on higher unemployment claims

Posted: 04/14/2011 - New York City -- Gold and silver prices are surging after the government reported higher wholesale prices and a jump in first-time applications for unemployment benefits.

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Business groups oppose Florida immigration bills

Posted: 04/14/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- Business groups say state legislation designed to curtail illegal immigration would hurt Florida's tourism and agriculture industries while reducing tax revenues.

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Toyota to halt Europe production for several days

Updated: 04/13/2011 - TOKYO -- Toyota Motor Corp. says it will suspend production in Europe for several days in April and May because of parts shortages following Japan's massive March earthquake and tsunami.

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Police believe man faked his own kidnapping

Posted: 04/13/2011 - DeFuniak Springs -- Something about the man’s story just didn’t seem to add up. Several things, in fact, led officers with the DeFuniak Springs Police Department to doubt the story Glen Alan Bradshaw first told them on April 8th.

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Romney announces WH exploratory committee

Posted: 04/11/2011 - WASHINGTON -- Republican Mitt Romney on Monday took the first steps toward a second presidential bid, telling supporters in an economy-focused announcement that he had formed an exploratory committee to begin a White House run.

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Case of road rage leads to stabbing

Updated: 04/11/2011 - Panama City Beach -- A man driving along Thomas Drive became enraged at a homeowner who was blowing debris from his driveway into the road.

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EPA agrees to cost study on Fla. Water rules

Posted: 04/08/2011 - TALLAHASSEE -- The Environmental Protection Agency has agreed to an independent cost study of water pollution rules it plans to implement in Florida next year.

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US extends sanctions to 5 more Libyan officials

Posted: 04/08/2011 - WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration is imposing economic sanctions on five additional Libyan officials, including the prime minister and the ministers of oil and finance.

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US planning to scale back troop cuts in Europe

Posted: 04/08/2011 - WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration plans to reduce U.S. military forces in Europe but by less than was envisioned under President George W. Bush.

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At least 6 reported killed in Georgia storms

Posted: 04/05/2011 - JACKSON, Ga. -- Officials say at least six people have died in Georgia as a result of overnight storms, including a father and his 4-year-old son.

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Plant operators dump thousands of tons of radioactive water

Updated: 04/04/2011 - TOKYO -- Operators of Japan's damaged nuclear power plant have deliberately dumped 10,000 tons of tainted water into the ocean -- to make room at a storage site for water that is even more highly radioactive.

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Japan orders more beef testing

Posted: 03/31/2011 - TOKYO -- Japan's health ministry says it has ordered more tests after a cow slaughtered for beef near the tsunami-stricken nuclear plant was found to have radioactive contamination slightly higher than the legal limit.

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