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State Investigates Price Gouging Complaints

Updated: 09/10/2004 - Price gouging is being reported across Florida and parts of south Georgia, as people try to repair their homes in the wake of Hurricanes Charley and Frances.

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It Could Have Been Worse

Updated: 09/09/2004 - As flames engulf her apartment, a Valdosta woman manages to escape, jumping from the second story window. Remarkably the fire only claims two of the apartments in the Links Apartment Complex.

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Life or Death?

Updated: 09/09/2004 - One day after a jury found Coy Evans guilty of killing a Tallahassee police sergeant, it is now deciding whether Evans should live or die.

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Teen Voting

Updated: 09/09/2004 - A recent survey shows more teens are interested in voting more than ever before.

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Highway Directions in Thomasville

Updated: 09/09/2004 - Starting early next year, signs Main Street officials feel are representative of the Rose City will be posted at major intersections in the area.

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Red Cross Training

Updated: 09/09/2004 - The Red Cross is starting its training blitz Friday to get volunteers ready for disaster.

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Delta Changes

Updated: 09/09/2004 - Delta Air Lines passengers hope the company's pledge to make improvements will keep it in busy and make trips go a little faster.

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Bush Names New Department Head

Updated: 09/09/2004 - Gov. Jeb Bush named a temporary replacement the head of the state's Department of Children and Families, which had been undermined by scandals and investigations.

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Changes on Florida Ballot

Updated: 09/09/2004 - A Tallahassee judge has delayed the certification of Ralph Nader as a presidential candidate on Florida's ballot.

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Curbing the Chaos

Updated: 09/08/2004 - A backlog of cases at the Georgia Bureau of Investigations is causing headaches for officers around Georgia, and the Valdosta Police Department is stepping up its investigative efforts.

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Left in the Dark

Updated: 09/08/2004 - In south Georgia, Grady County Electric customers say they're still feeling the effects of Frances' wrath. Almost 5,000 households lost power and some are still waiting to see the light.

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Almost There

Updated: 09/08/2004 - Hundreds of Jefferson County residents are still without power, and the two electric companies that serve those areas say it could be at least until Friday before power is completely restored.

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Animal Victims of Frances

Updated: 09/08/2004 - Officials at the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission say sea turtles, wading birds and a variety of native species are threatened by loss of habitat.

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