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Orange and Green on the Way

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Rattlers from all over the country will soon converge on Tallahassee for FAMU's Homecoming 2005.

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Wilma Expected to Bring Here-and-There Gasoline Shortages

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Florida officials expect spot outages of gas as Hurricane Wilma approaches, but say they do not expect long-term supply disruption because of the storm’s path. Gas stations are also being warned about price gouging.

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Disability Mentoring Day

Updated: 10/19/2005 - It is called Disability Mentoring Day, and it gives young people a chance to experience firsthand what it's like to work in the career field of their choice.

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Grassroots Business

Updated: 10/19/2005 - One community is doing all they can to encourage and aid homegrown entrepreneurs.

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Saddam on Trial

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Saddam and seven members of his former regime could face the death penalty for their alleged roles in the 1982 massacre of 148 Shiites in the town of Dujail.

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Will There Be an Agreement?

Updated: 10/19/2005 - The Professional Firefighters Union of Tallahassee and the City of Tallahassee come to a tentative agreement.

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Southern Tour Magazine

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Local professor launches a new magazine about the south.

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Seven Gas Stations Cited for Price Gouging

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Florida's commissioner of agriculture and consumer services has accused seven gas stations of price gouging in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, and five of them are around here.

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Stolen Checks

Updated: 10/19/2005 - More than 70 checks were stolen from the Metcalf Lumber Company, and investigators say they are being cashed throughout south Georgia.

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Gadsden County Males Have Straight Talk

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Gadsden County School Superintendent Reginald James and Sheriff Morris Young are taking lead in an effort to take back the county's young men and fill them with hope.

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Debt Mounts for College Students

Updated: 10/19/2005 - A growing number of college students are dealing with debt just to stay in school. Is there a solution to this problem?

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Hurricane Wilma

Updated: 10/19/2005 - The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Hurricane Wilma experienced the most rapid strengthening ever recorded in a hurricane Wednesday.

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Lower Your Utility Bill

Updated: 10/19/2005 - With the high cost of heating expected this winter, we're all looking for ways to save.

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Tallahassee Coal Plant Forum

Updated: 10/19/2005 - The City of Tallahassee wants to give the public a chance to voice their opinion on the proposed coal plant.

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Little Girl, Big Cabbage

Updated: 10/19/2005 - A young Florida girl gets $1,000 for being the state's top grower.

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Florida's Gambling Problem

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Gambling opponents and state officials say Florida needs to get its act together to tackle the problem of gambling addiction.

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Safer Nursing Homes

Updated: 10/19/2005 - Florida lawmakers say the state needs to do more to provide safe, comfortable housing for nursing home residents in the aftermath of hurricanes.

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Bomb Threat Charges to Be Dropped

Updated: 10/18/2005 - Nathan Stewart, who was accused of threatening Gov. Jeb Bush, will have felony charges dropped if he successfully complies with a long list of conditions.

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Calhoun Street Closed for Courthouse Expansion

Updated: 10/18/2005 - A stretch of Calhoun Street behind the Leon County Courthouse will be closed until November 6 so the county can extend phone and computer service to its new annex across the street.

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