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Tilling for Terrorism?

Updated: 03/10/2005 - Most may not realize it, but local producers and farmers are now part of the first line of defense when it comes to protecting our food supply from agro-terrorism.

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Hurri-claims Remain an Issue

Updated: 03/10/2005 - Property owners are still fighting with insurance companies to get their claims paid from last summer's hurricanes.

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Cold Case Murders in Quincy

Updated: 03/10/2005 - Investigators are reopening more than a dozen murder cases, some with dust on them dating back 30 years.

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Battle Brewing Over New Condos

Updated: 03/10/2005 - The City of Tallahassee Commission has been considering a controversial rezoning issue and at Wednesday night's board meeting made a decision.

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Flying "Jai"

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The approval to add a card room to a new Jai-Alai fronton in Hamilton County, Florida could mean more jobs and more opportunity.

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Schiavo Case Takes Center Stage at Florida Capitol

Updated: 03/09/2005 - A Florida House committee said "yes" Wednesday to legislation that would require food and hydration be given to patients unless they have specifically said in writing they do not want it.

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Future Politicians?

Updated: 03/08/2005 - More than 30 high school students in Lowndes County are learning about the local government firsthand on account of a program called "Lowndes Youth Leadership."

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Flooding on Cedar Island

Updated: 03/08/2005 - Some residents say flooding from Monday night's thunderstorm brought back images of a destructive night 12 years ago.

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Rural Telemedicine in Georgia

Updated: 03/08/2005 - A statewide telemedicine program was launched in Georgia Monday, and Tuesday Bainbridge Memorial Hospital connected via Internet with Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta to do a live demonstration of how the telemedicine program works.

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Water Pilot Program

Updated: 03/08/2005 - Florida State University is conducting an international water resource pilot program at Wakulla Springs, hosted by former president Sandy D'Alemberte. It's all about preserving water, nitrates and the like.

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Coley Reaction at Tuesday’s Legislative Session

Updated: 03/08/2005 - Rep. David Coley started his first and probably last session Tuesday. The newly elected lawmaker from northwest Florida, a former aide to House Speaker Allen Bense, is dying of liver cancer.

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Up and Running

Updated: 03/08/2005 - The 2005 Florida legislative session began in Tallahassee Tuesday.

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Caffeine Awareness Month

Updated: 03/08/2005 - How bad is caffeine for you? Is it time for a wakeup call?

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Full Need Ahead!

Updated: 03/08/2005 - Gov. Jeb Bush has decided to fully finance the medically needy program that provides healthcare for the seriously ill.

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Session a Super Moneymaker for Capital City

Updated: 03/08/2005 - The Chamber of Commerce estimates nearly 14,000 visitors come to town during the legislative session and pump about $5 million into the economy.

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