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Soldier Sendoff

Updated: 08/14/2005 - As the U.S. marches on with Operation Enduring Freedom, the nation continues to call on reserve soldiers to head overseas, mainly to Iraq.

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Prisoners Escape

Updated: 08/14/2005 - A jail break spurs a cross county chase after two escaped inmates manage to elude authorities once again.

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Murder Trial

Updated: 08/13/2005 - The verdict is in the Victor Parker murder trial. He is accused of killing his fiancé in February of 2003.

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FSU Mascot Controversy

Updated: 08/13/2005 - The controversy over the Florida State University mascot, the Seminole, has people talking about the issue as FSU vows to fight for the nickname.

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Fatal Accident

Updated: 08/13/2005 - An accident claims the life of a Monticello man, but officials say it wasn't the injuries that killed him.

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Book Signing

Updated: 08/13/2005 - A former Georgia state lawmaker and local columnist shares his stories about life in the south and the outdoors. Saturday, Theo Titus, III held a book signing.

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FSU Appeals NCAA Ban

Updated: 08/12/2005 - Florida State University, as expected, has appealed a new NCAA policy that bans the Seminole logo and Chief Osceola from appearing in post-season play.

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Same Judge, Different Rulings

Updated: 08/12/2005 - Leon County Commissioner Rudy Maloy and his legal tab of more than $200,000 are back in the courts and back in the news.

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Population Decline

Updated: 08/12/2005 - Jefferson is the only Florida county that stretches all the way from Georgia to the Gulf, and it's also the only Florida county that's not seeing rapid growth in population.

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Biomedical Grant

Updated: 08/12/2005 - A device being developed at a local university is touting the potential to save thousands of heart attack victims every year.

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Online SAT Studies

Updated: 08/12/2005 - Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue has launched a new online program allowing students to prepare for the SAT.

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Mr. Food: Grasshopper Pie

Updated: 08/12/2005 - We've got a summery pie that they'll be leaping to the table for, and its name says it all!

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Student Ambassadors to Australia

Updated: 08/11/2005 - A group of Tallahassee students have quite a story to tell about their summer vacation when they head back to school Monday.

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Cleaning Up the Stink

Updated: 08/11/2005 - Septic tanks are causing a stink in local coastal communities. County officials are working hard to get rid of the remaining tanks in the area.

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Changes to Foster Care Program

Updated: 08/11/2005 - The Thomas County Department of Children and Family Services has more than 90 children in need of foster homes. Now the state of Georgia is looking into making changes to the foster care recruitment program.

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Joe Wilson Speaks in Tallahassee

Updated: 08/11/2005 - The man who ignited a political firestorm over one of the president's key advisors, Karl Rove, is in Tallahassee. Former ambassador Joseph Wilson addressed the Tiger Bay Club Thursday afternoon.

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New Home Blues

Updated: 08/11/2005 - Several Gadsden County residents living in a subdivision say they had dreamt of a picturesque place to raise a family, but the problems plaguing the subdivision has many residents upset.

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