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Politics Are the Talk of the Town

Updated: 10/17/2004 - The debates are over and with only days before the big November Election, many have an idea of who they think has the best chance to win it all.

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Quincy Community Outreach

Updated: 10/16/2004 - Neighbors and community leaders in one rural area are living up to the old adage that kindness goes a long way. Gadsen county officials and residents came together to lend a helping hand to an elderly neighbor after Mother Nature dropped an oak tree on her home.

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Suwanee River Patrols

Updated: 10/16/2004 - State officers are patrolling local rivers that continue to flood over their banks. Residents were asked to evacuate. Now patrols are taking place to help protect abandoned homes from looters.

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Cash for Trash

Updated: 10/16/2004 - There's nothing like getting "cash", especially when the alternative is "trash".

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World War II Encampment

Updated: 10/16/2004 - A group known locally as "The Band of Brothers" is gathering to remember the men who fought in World War Two.

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Unpaid Utility Bills

Updated: 10/15/2004 - A former Quincy city commissioner and a current commissioner each owe the city of Quincy thousands of dollars in unpaid utility bills.

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Help for the Homeless

Updated: 10/15/2004 - The Lowndes County Associated Ministries for the People has made more room for homeless families.

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Poll Queues

Updated: 10/15/2004 - Will long lines add to Election Day chaos?

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The Flu Shot Crunch in the Capital City

Updated: 10/15/2004 - Publix supermarkets have been making their stores available for the administering of limited amounts of flu vaccine for those who need it most.

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Voting Rights in the State of Florida

Updated: 10/15/2004 - Members of the Congressional Black Caucus met Friday with Secretary of State Glenda Hood to air their concerns about election fairness.

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Controversial Amendment

Posted: 10/15/2004 - Pushed by big business, state lawmakers fought for months over how to make it harder for citizens to amend the constitution.

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Teen Report: Speeding at Lunchtime

Updated: 10/14/2004 - We've told you about a crackdown on lunchtime speeders near Tallahassee's Chiles High School. Now, Teen Reporter Andrea Mars expands on that story with a teen's perspective on this dangerous trend.

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Time to Choose!

Updated: 10/14/2004 - Two college groups are looking to help students make up their minds on a presidential candidate.

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Animal Infection at Humane Society

Updated: 10/14/2004 - An animal infected with a potentially deadly disease prompted the Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society to temporarily close.

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State of the Election

Updated: 10/14/2004 - A good government watchdog group says Florida’s election already may be tainted.

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Dine Out for a Great Cause

Updated: 10/14/2004 - The Florida Restaurant Association and nearly 1,000 of its members take part in "Dine Out for Disaster Relief Day" Thursday.

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Accu Vote Test in Leon County

Updated: 10/14/2004 - The pre-election testing of the Accu Vote automatic tabulation equipment is conducted Thursday at the supervisor of elections warehouse in Tallahassee.

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Work Zone Safety

Updated: 10/14/2004 - Georgia's DOT commissioner is catching the attention of many Peach State motorists.

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Social Security Poll

Updated: 10/14/2004 - A significant new poll on American and Florida attitudes on social security solvency and benefits commissioned by the Claude Pepper Foundation will be released on Thursday, October 14 with a briefing and reaction by experts.

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