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Leon County EOC Director: "Don't Be Complacent"

Updated: 11/30/2006 - Leon County's Emergency Operations Center Director is warning residents to stay prepared. He says hurricane season may be over, but severe winter weather could be on the way.

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Watch Out for Bogus Cash

Updated: 11/30/2006 - The U.S. Secret Service and the Tallahassee Police Department are warning local businesses to be on the look out for bogus cash this holiday season. More counterfeit bills are passed during the winter holidays than any other time of year.

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Translation Technology

Posted: 11/30/2006 - A language barrier is tough enough, but imagine not being able to understand someone in the middle of a crisis. South Georgia Medical Center EMS crews are using translation technology to make sure that doesn't happen.

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Lowndes County Teachers Get Grants

Posted: 11/30/2006 - The Lowndes Education Improvement Foundation awards 17 local teachers with grants to spice up curriculum.

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Only One Azalea City Sunday Alcohol License

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Valdosta establishments will be able to sell liquor on Sunday for the first time this weekend, but if you're looking to imbibe you might be disappointed only one restaurant has finished its paperwork so far.

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Time to Toss Out Your Old Phone Book

Updated: 12/01/2006 - Some local students are saving a few trees and at the same time getting a valuable lesson in the classroom.

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Weed Woes

Posted: 11/30/2006 - Global warming is getting the blame for the weeds tangling up a popular fishing spot. That is up for debate, but one thing is sure. The weeds have to go.

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Cairo Taxes

Updated: 11/30/2006 - Could lower taxes be in store this year for residents of Cairo? The city is one step closer to setting its millage rate.

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Black History Museum Grand Opening

Updated: 11/30/2006 - It's a dream finally coming true for one local black historian. For nearly three decades, Jack Hadley has been working on a museum to honor locals who make a difference towards the civil rights movement.

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Thomasville Librarian Getting National Award

Updated: 11/30/2006 - A Thomasville librarian is getting some national recognition for her work. The New York Times is naming her one of the top librarians in the United States.

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Plea Entered in DUI Case

Updated: 11/30/2006 - Twenty-two-year-old Bryan Klein, originally charged with manslaughter, pleas to a second degree misdemeanor.

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Body Found

Updated: 11/30/2006 - The Leon County Tactical Dive Team recovers body from Ochlockonee River.

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Good-bye Hurricane Season 2006

Updated: 11/30/2006 - The hurricane season has come and gone and emergency officials are breathing a sigh of relief.

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Cracking Cold Cases

Updated: 11/30/2006 - A team of cold case and homicide experts from across the country are working with local investigators this week.

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Separation of Beer and Church?

Posted: 11/29/2006 - A new restaurant still plans to sell beer and wine coolers, despite its location, which is near a local church. Those plans are moving forward as is.

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Testimony in Murder Trial Begins

Posted: 11/29/2006 - Testimony is now underway in the murder trial of Ryan Hubbard, who is accused of killing two Tallahassee college students.

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Boot Camp Nurse in Court

Posted: 11/29/2006 - The nurse charged in the death of Martin Lee Anderson goes to court.

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Air, Land and Water Search for Suspect

Posted: 11/29/2006 - Family and friends gathered on the bank of the Ochlockonee River Wednesday as dive teams searched for a man on the run from the law.

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Major Drug Busts Fill Jail

Posted: 11/29/2006 - The Franklin County Jail is bursting at the seams with inmates, partly due to a crackdown on illegal drugs.

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