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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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Mr. Food: Tangy Cole Slaw

Updated: 07/26/2005 - An old summertime favorite gets a tangy twist, and only Mr. Food can deliver.

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Life Sentence for James Brown

Updated: 07/26/2005 - A sentence is handed down for a man found guilty of shooting another man just before the victim tumbled out of a moving vehicle last July.

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A Meeting of the Minds: Part 1

Updated: 07/25/2005 - The Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce and many other community movers and shakers spent a weekend retreat together in the oldest city in America: St. Augustine.

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Thomas County Looks to Trounce Tuberculosis

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Thomas County is taking a proactive stance against tuberculosis, screening residents at the Health Department. Meanwhile, Archbold Hospital and Thomasville schools have sent letters home to residents who may have been exposed.

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The "Open" Road

Updated: 07/25/2005 - A stretch of Highway 98 ravaged by Hurricane Dennis opens ahead of schedule.

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Oyster Aftermath

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Apalachicola Bay is partially open for oystering. The bay normally supplies 90 percent of the oysters eaten in Florida and 10 percent nationally.

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New School Leaders

Updated: 07/25/2005 - After weeks of searching for several key employees to fill vacancies, Jefferson County school officials have now hired some extraordinary people they say will make a difference in the rural community.

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Georgia Teachers Prepare

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Classrooms at Valdosta Middle School were filled Monday not with students, but rather teachers gearing up for the new school year. It's part of a program to give local educators the best strategies for the upcoming school year.

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Rumor Dispelled

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Astronomers at Florida State University have been busy dispelling a rumor about an astronomical phenomena that occurred two years ago.

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Mr. Food: Butterfly Shrimp

Updated: 07/25/2005 - Don't go out to a restaurant to have those fancy shrimp. Mr. Food is going to teach you how to make them right there in your kitchen.

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Heat Wave

Updated: 07/24/2005 - All across the county, people are battling record high temperatures. In Florida's Big Bend it's no different, but there are a few things you should keep in mind if you have to be outdoors.

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Drowning

Updated: 07/24/2005 - A Tallahassee man drowns in a local apartment complex swimming pool.

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Stabbing Suspect Sought

Updated: 07/24/2005 - An overnight stabbing sends one man to the hospital and police on a manhunt.

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New Middle School

Updated: 07/24/2005 - Thomas County students, staff and parents tour a new state of the art facility set to open up this fall. It was all made possible by the county's Special Purpose Local Options Tax.

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Angelo's Restaurant

Updated: 07/24/2005 - It's been two weeks since Hurricane Dennis tore through the Gulf Coast, but it looks like the tide is starting to turn for some coastal merchants.

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