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Tax Debate Continues at Florida Capitol

Updated: 10/17/2007 - Tax experts at the Florida Capitol have been crunching numbers all day, trying to determine how one change or another to property taxes will affect schools and local governments.

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Teacher Author in Gadsden County

Posted: 10/17/2007 - An elementary teacher in Gadsen county is using her work as an author to teach kids a powerful lesson in making it against the odds.

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Nurse Arrested for Fraud

Updated: 10/18/2007 - A registered nurse has been arrested for using her job to get narcotics.

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Social Security Administration Update

Updated: 10/17/2007 - The more than 50 million Americans receiving social security assistance are getting a 2.3 percent increase next year.

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More Staph Infections Popping Up Locally

Updated: 10/17/2007 - A deadly infection is spreading across the nation. It's known as a staph infection and health officials say this "super bug" is becoming prevalent in our area.

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National School Lunch Week

Updated: 10/17/2007 - School lunches are in the spotlight this week, as school districts observe "National School Lunch Week."

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Free Spay and Neuter

Updated: 10/17/2007 - Controlling the animal population means saving the lives of animals that end up with no home.

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The 2007 Walk to Remember

Updated: 10/17/2007 - Families hold candles and walk Lake Ella in remembrance of infants that died.

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A Confederate Flag Hung in a Tallahassee Restaurant

Updated: 10/17/2007 - The Sons of Confederate Veterans say the answer as to why is simple. Members say they are a heritage, historical group and the flag is a tribute to member's relatives that fought for the Confederacy.

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Sunbelt Ag Expo Kicks Off

Updated: 10/16/2007 - Twenty nine years ago the Sunbelt Ag Expo opened its doors for the first time. Nearly three decades later, the event has blossomed into the biggest of its kind in the world.

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Students vs. Seniors: The Battle Over Taxes

Updated: 10/16/2007 - Supporters for the elderly and the schools squared off over property taxes in Tallahassee Tuesday. Lawmakers are blinking because schools could face massive losses if a property tax break is given to hundreds of thousands of senior citizens.

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