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Georgia Tax-Free Holidays

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Floridians have been enjoying the tax-free savings for several days. Now starts Georgia's sales tax holiday.

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New Hospice House

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Groundbreaking for a new hospice house in Valdosta is now planned for the fall, thanks to a $750,000 donation.

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Huge Magnet Attracts Atteniton

Updated: 07/28/2005 - The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is celebrating an accomplishment that took 13 years to develop. A world record magnet is unveiled that is expected to yield scientific breakthroughs.

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Mr. Food: Summertime Steak Salad

Updated: 07/28/2005 - When you create your salad this summer, think about a new way to add in some great steak. Mr. Food's got just what you need.

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Quincy Code Crackdown

Updated: 07/28/2005 - Some Quincy residents are upset. They say dilapidated homes and junk cars have become eyesores, and residents want the city to do something about it.

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Elementary School Squabble

Updated: 07/27/2005 - School is less than a week away for some students in south Georgia, but not everyone is excited about the first day.

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Thomasville Leaders Mean Business

Updated: 07/27/2005 - A new organization formed by business owners in Thomasville is pushing to make changes in the community.

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Coal Plant in the Future

Updated: 07/27/2005 - The City of Tallahassee Commission has voted to go forward with a partnership in a coal burning power plant that will be built somewhere in north Florida. The only thing that can stop it would be a vote from the people.

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Poor Privatization of Prisons

Updated: 07/27/2005 - Florida taxpayers were supposed to save money when the state started allowing private companies to run some of its prisons, but a recent audit shows the private prisons cannot prove they are cutting costs, and the state was over charged almost $13 million.

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Drunk Driving

Updated: 07/27/2005 - Thomasville police officers took time out of their busy day this Wednesday morning to not only talk about, but show you what can happen if you get behind the wheel drunk.

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Mr. Food: Shortcake

Updated: 07/27/2005 - Today Mr. Food's message is: "shortcake, it's not just for strawberries anymore."

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Stun Guns for Civilians

Updated: 07/26/2005 - Tasers, which are now common fare on the belts of law enforcement officers, may soon be common fare for the rest of us.

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Trying to Rebuild After Dennis

Updated: 07/26/2005 - Residents continue to sweep away the pain felt by Hurricane Dennis. Cleanup efforts continue in Shell Point where homes are condemned and lives are changed forever.

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Meeting of the Minds: Part Three

Updated: 07/26/2005 - We take you back to St. Augustine for the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce retreat. There, business and government leaders from the Big Bend Brainstorm discuss issues facing the region.

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Heat Dangers

Updated: 07/26/2005 - The summertime heat is sweltering, and with temperatures reaching well into the high 90s, the homeless in our area are at high risk for heat related illnesses.

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New Roads Ahead

Updated: 07/26/2005 - Road construction engineers in Lowndes County say last year's hurricanes taught them a lot about building sturdy roads. Now those lessons are being applied to $4 million worth of new road construction plans.

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ADA Anniversary

Updated: 07/26/2005 - Tuesday, July 26 is the 15th anniversary of the signing of the Americans With Disabilities Act. From public accommodations to employment opportunities, the ADA has improved the quality of life for disabled Americans.

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