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Atlanta Mayor Declares State of Emergency

Posted: 03/15/2008 - Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin has declared a state of emergency in the city. Franklin is urging people to stay indoors unless performing essential tasks such as checking on family or property.

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Storm Forces Big Changes to SEC Tournament

Posted: 03/15/2008 - Damage to Atlanta's Georgia Dome from a possible tornado has forced the Southeastern Conference to move the rest of its tournament to Georgia Tech's basketball arena.

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Red Hills Horse Trials

Posted: 03/15/2008 - One of Tallahassee's most celebrated events kicked off Friday and continues through Sunday.

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Parade Changes in Monticello

Posted: 03/15/2008 - The city of Monticello, FL previously charged upwards of $500 to host parades and festivals, saying the money was needed to pay for overtime and other associated fees. But NAACP organizers challenged the fees, saying the events should be free and the mayor agrees.

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Infant Mortality Workshop

Updated: 03/15/2008 - On Saturday, key players in the health field will gather together for a major infant mortality workshop. They hope to come up with an action plan to reduce the county's infant mortality rate.

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New State Park Coming Soon

Posted: 03/15/2008 - Suwanee County will soon be able to add another recreation area to its list of state parks.

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Alleged Getaway Driver Caught

Posted: 03/14/2008 - A third suspect has now been arrested in connection with an attempted burglary earlier this week.

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The Water Wars Continue

Updated: 03/15/2008 - It was a rainy Friday in Apalachicola, but the coastal community was welcoming the wet weather with open arms. With the recent reduction of water flow coming from Lake Lanier, people along the bay say rain is their only saving grace.

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"Normal" Rainfall Changes

Updated: 03/14/2008 - Every decade, the "normal" rainfall amount for each year changes.

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Florida Democrats' Mail-in Redo

Posted: 03/14/2008 - Florida Democrats are waiting on a decision from their National Committee chairman and both presidential hopefuls on whether to proceed with a mail in election, but the plan for a mail-in redo raises more question than it answers.

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March 17 Starts Flood Safety Awareness Week

Updated: 03/14/2008 - Flood Safety Awareness Week is the week of March 17, and each day of the week will highlight some causes of flooding as well as flood hazards and how you can best protect yourself.

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The "Library" to be Torn Down

Posted: 03/14/2008 - Former college students in Tallahassee may have some memories spending late nights at the "library."

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Compulsive Hoarding

Posted: 03/14/2008 - We all know people who are pack rats, refusing to part with their clutter. Get a rare look inside the habit.

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Infant Mortality Workshop this Weekend

Posted: 03/14/2008 - It's the weekend Leon County officials have been talking about for months. They hope on Saturday they'll be closer to finding a solution to keeping babies alive longer.

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