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H.S. Football Player Overcomes Epilepsy

Updated: 11/04/2005 - Dontavious Davis suffered multiple seizures a day as a young child, but life changing brain surgery has allowed him to play high school football.

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Hindu Celebration to Go on Despite Fire

Updated: 11/04/2005 - Members of a Tallahassee Hindu temple will be able to observe a holy celebration this weekend after all in spite of a tragic fire.

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Thousands Expected for 33rd Annual Mule Day

Updated: 11/04/2005 - A south Georgia tradition is kicking off again this weekend in Grady County, and organizers say the 33rd Annual Mule Day is bringing thousands of horse, mule and outdoor enthusiasts to Calvary, Georgia Saturday.

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Local Law Enforcement Stretched Thinly This Weekend

Updated: 11/04/2005 - Tallahassee is getting set for a huge weekend. With home games at FSU and FAMU, and not to mention the first weekend of the Fair is in town, will there be enough law enforcement to go around?

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Charles and Camilla Leave U.S.

Updated: 11/04/2005 - Charles and Camilla are in New Orleans to see the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina, but Friday morning the royals started their day in D.C. with a visit to the National World War II memorial.

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Fair and Petting Zoo Safety

Updated: 11/04/2005 - Could your children be in danger by having contact with the fair animals?

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Missing Boater Found

Updated: 11/04/2005 - A sad ending in the search for a Tallahassee man missing off the Ochlockonee Bay since Sunday.

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Florida Graduation Rates

Updated: 11/04/2005 - The Florida Department of Education is disputing a national ranking putting Florida at the bottom when it comes to graduation rates.

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Testing for Bird Flu in Florida

Updated: 11/04/2005 - The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is stepping up its effort to prevent avian influenza from impacting Florida poultry.

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Tallahassee Remembers Rosa Parks

Updated: 11/04/2005 - Our nation continues to pay tribute to fallen civil rights leader Rosa Parks, including right here at home.

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Shrimp Tariffs

Updated: 11/03/2005 - The U.S. International Trade Commission has voted to retain penalty tariffs against shrimp imports from India and Thailand.

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Fatal Car Accident

Updated: 11/03/2005 - It has been a tragic week on Tallahassee roadways.

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Interstate Truck Accident

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Thursday morning the driver of a super duty pick-up truck was life-flighted from a crash scene on I-10.

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Celebrating the Life of Rosa Parks

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Tallahassee paid special tribute Thursday night to the life and legacy of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks.

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North Florida Fair Rolls Into Tallahassee

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Thursday was opening night at the North Florida Fair, and in the next 10 days thousands of people will trek through the midway.

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Holiday Military Kits

Updated: 11/03/2005 - It's time to start thinking about shipping your holiday packages, especially if you're sending them overseas.

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New Laser for Explosives Detection

Updated: 11/03/2005 - The Army's Space Missile Defense Command has given about four million in grant dollars to see the research along.

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Number of Nursing Vacancies Growing in Peach State

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Hospitals nationwide are experiencing nursing shortages, and a recent report shows that many Georgia nursing schools don't have the money to help the state's hospitals fill their vacancies.

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Ortho Patch Lawsuits

Updated: 11/03/2005 - A new type of birth control is already coming under fire for health problems.

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Delta Flight Cuts

Posted: 11/03/2005 - There's one month left to take advantage of Delta's non-stop services to New York's JFK and Cincinnati.

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Wrong Addresses

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Hundreds of ballots for Tallahassee's Coal Plant Referendum are in search of the right address.

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Farming Subsidies in South Georgia

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Farming is a huge part of southwest Georgia, but if farmers have an unsuccessful harvest or other problems, there is financial support available.

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