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New Overtime Regulations

Updated: 08/23/2004 - New overtime rules pushed by the Bush administration go into effect, with widespread disagreement over what the effects will mean.

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U.S. Journalist Released

Updated: 08/23/2004 - An Iraqi group released a U.S. Journalist being held hostage in the city of Nasariyah.

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Early Voting

Updated: 08/22/2004 - The doors to the Leon County Courthouse opened to voters on a Sunday for the first time in history.

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Women on a Mission

Updated: 08/22/2004 - Members of an area church are reaching out to the needy families in the community.

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Teacher Dies

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Tragedy strikes a Tallahassee high school.

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Hurricane Duty

Updated: 08/22/2004 - Local law enforcement officers head south to help with Hurricane Charley relief efforts.

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Homebuyers Class

Updated: 08/22/2004 - Georgia residents looking for a piece of the American pie got a quick lesson on the ins and outs of the home buying business.

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Caribbean Festival

Updated: 08/22/2004 - Rain may have dampened the Caribbean Festival, but it didn't drown the flavor as hundreds poured into Klemen Plaza for a taste.

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Bring It On!

Updated: 08/20/2004 - Preparations for the Rose City Classic in Thomasville are in full-swing, even though football coaches and players say the season has crept up on them more quickly than ever before.

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Body Search in Wakulla County

Updated: 08/20/2004 - Acting on tips, the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office remains in the woods looking now for two bodies linked to murders that occurred nearly 14 years ago.

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Quincy Budget Cutbacks

Updated: 08/20/2004 - In an effort to save money Quincy city officials have decided to cut two of its departments.

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Charley Loans

Updated: 08/20/2004 - The state's chief financial officer says victims of Hurricane Charley should get a 60-day grace period on paying their insurance premiums.

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Getting the Ballot Rolling

Updated: 08/19/2004 - Advance voting began for the first time in Georgia this year, and the response from registered voters statewide has officials encouraged, as large numbers turned out to vote early for the run-off primaries.

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Could I Get Your Number?

Updated: 08/19/2004 - A new computer program is helping south Georgia middle school math students pinpoint their strengths and weaknesses.

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Taxing Times

Updated: 08/19/2004 - Tax problems will be on the horizon for years to come. Local governments throughout Florida will likely blame Hurricane Charley.

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