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Glaucoma Screening

Updated: 08/09/2005 - Glaucoma is an eye disorder that affects three million Americans and most don't even know they have the disease. A not-for-profit organization offered free screenings for one at-risk county.

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Welcome Home, Discovery

Updated: 08/09/2005 - The space shuttle Discovery has landed safely at Edwards Air Force Base in California. It's the first shuttle mission after 2003's Columbia disaster.

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Drive for Education

Updated: 08/09/2005 - How's this for an incentive: students in one local school get a chance to win a brand new car!

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Mr. Food: Wet Dry Rubs

Updated: 08/09/2005 - What's the rub when it comes to flavoring up our grilled food? We've got the low-down!

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Aces and Aesthetics

Updated: 08/08/2005 - Locals and tennis enthusiasts look forward to greener pastures as two local parks could be getting major makeovers in the next few months.

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'Nole Way, Jose

Updated: 08/08/2005 - FSU vows to fight the NCAA over the right to keep the Seminole name and symbol in light of the ruling prohibiting the use of Native American nicknames and mascots during postseason play.

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Dead Head Logging

Updated: 08/08/2005 - Dead head logging is back in Georgia after a seven-year hiatus. Outlawed in 1998, the controversial method of retrieving sunken logs from state rivers is legal again.

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VSU Prepares for New Year

Updated: 08/08/2005 - Many college students in the area are gearing up for the fall semester. One local university is preparing for a year of dramatic changes, both to its campus and in its student enrollment.

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Mr. Food: Flavored Tea

Updated: 08/08/2005 - Summertime thirsts are the hardest to quench, but we've got some tasty options that'll do that to a “tea.”

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Centennial Celebration

Updated: 08/07/2005 - Grady County is celebrating its 100th birthday this month. A group of local women are using a needle and thread to capture history and kick off the centennial party.

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Business Is Booming

Updated: 08/07/2005 - College students are already returning to Tallahassee for the fall semester, and area businesses welcome them back with open arms and cash registers.

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Spring Oak Lane Shooting

Updated: 08/07/2005 - The Leon County Sheriff's Office Violent Crimes Unit investigates a shooting that sends a victim to an out of town hospital for advanced medical treatment.

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Fatal Crash

Updated: 08/06/2005 - A traffic accident claims the life of a 43-year-old woman and authorities say alcohol could be involved.

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Florida Governor Candidates

Updated: 08/06/2005 - The campaign season for the 2006 Florida elections is underway. Democrats in the north Florida area are making sure they get a chance to personally meet their party's candidates.

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Submerged Truck Discovered

Updated: 08/06/2005 - The Leon County Sheriff's Office spent the Saturday searching an area retention pond where divers discovered a truck submerged under water off Thomasville Road across the street from Chiles High School.

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Firefighters Converge on Valdosta

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Firefighters from all around Georgia are in Valdosta this weekend learning new things that could save your life.

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Important Eastern Equine Encephalitis Information

Updated: 08/05/2005 - County Health Department Administrators Homer Rice and Jerry Wynn announced that Florida Department of Health (DOH) Secretary John O. Agwunobi, M.D., M.B.A. M.P.H., has issued a medical alert for Leon and Gadsden Counties after a human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in each county was confirmed.

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