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Flu Pandemic

Posted: 08/09/2006 - The Avian Flu is becoming a serious threat overseas. Now officials in this country are preparing for an outbreak, should one happen here.

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Cat Adopts Baby Squirrels

Posted: 08/09/2006 - A mother's love knows no boundaries, and we have proof of that. In Grady County, Georgia, a mother cat has adopted two baby squirrels.

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Animal Shelter Discounts

Posted: 08/09/2006 - There's an abundance of cats, dogs, and even bunnies, and they need your help finding a home.

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Thomasville Stabbing

Posted: 08/09/2006 - An argument turns violent, landing both the suspect and the victim behind bars.

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Playground Heat Safety

Updated: 08/09/2006 - Parents enjoy taking their kids to the playground in the summer, but what happens when the summer heat makes playground equipment unsafe?

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Burglary Ring Busted

Updated: 08/09/2006 - Four were arrested following a Governor's Square burglary in Tallahassee.

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Chamber Not Supporting Half Cent Sales Tax Increase

Updated: 08/08/2006 - Even after hearing the details of Leon County's proposed health care plan and the half cent sales tax to support it, the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce says it is not supporting the plan as is.

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Committee Takes on Florida's Insurance Crisis

Posted: 08/08/2006 - The last two year’s worth of hurricanes are raising the stakes higher than ever when it comes to insurance, and the Governor's Insurance Reform Committee meets for the very first time.

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Gas Price Frustrations

Posted: 08/08/2006 - The recent shutdown of miles of an Alaskan oil pipeline has many Americans worried about the cost of gas.

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Tallahassee Attracting Young Professionals

Posted: 08/08/2006 - Instead of graduating from college and moving to bigger cities, many are choosing to begin their professional lives in Tallahassee.

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Ferst Foundation for Reading

Posted: 08/08/2006 - More and more children are entering high school at low reading levels. A reading foundation is working to change all that at birth.

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Universities Feel Summer Financial Crunch

Updated: 08/08/2006 - Thousands of additional students are taking advantage of the summer session to try to speed up their degrees or just work around the overcrowded classes during the fall and spring semesters, but the trend toward year-round enrollment has financial fallout for the universities.

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Tallahassee Chamber Talks Success and Sets Future Goals

Updated: 08/07/2006 - Tallahassee area business and community leaders spent this past weekend tackling some tough issues, including the half-cent sales tax for health care and affordable housing. The WCTV news team will be breaking down the issues throughout the week on Eyewitness News at 6 and 11.

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Mailbox Bomber Strikes

Updated: 08/07/2006 - Postal carriers are issuing warnings to Wakulla County residents, especially those in Wakulla County. The warnings follow the discovery of at least six mailbox bombs.

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New 9th Grade Academy to Help Students Succeed

Updated: 08/07/2006 - Many schools across the state of Georgia open their doors for the first day of school. The new school year also introduces a new program to help students transition into high school.

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More Money May Be on the Way for Premature Birth Research

Posted: 08/07/2006 - Doctors say a pre-term delivery can happen to any pregnant woman, and in more than half the cases the cause is unknown. Now the Senate has unanimously approved the "PREEMIE" Act, which would grant more money for premature birth research.

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