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Uninsured Week

Updated: 05/10/2004 - A Town Hall meeting Monday night will discuss the number of people in Leon County who do not have health insurance and what to do about it.

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Sorting Out the Budget

Updated: 05/10/2004 - There are a number of budget issues up for discussion for city leaders in Cairo, Georgia including a pay increase for city employees.

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Law Enforcement Memorial

Updated: 05/10/2004 - Law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice are being remembered Monday in the capital city and across the nation.

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Leon County Relay for Life 2004

Updated: 05/09/2004 - Friday evening, the 9th Annual Leon County Relay for Life kicked off at the North Florida Fairgrounds with close to 5,000 participants.

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PSC Under Fire Over Records

Updated: 05/09/2004 - The Florida Public Service Commission, the regulatory body that approves phone rate hikes and electric charges, is under fire from consumer activists for keeping too many records out of the public eye.

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Mobile Home Fire

Updated: 05/09/2004 - Fire struck twice at a Tallahassee trailer park. Earlier this week a blaze destroyed a home and Sunday morning rescuers responded to another fire.

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Mother's Day

Updated: 05/09/2004 - A Monticello woman is proving a little love goes a long way. She's never had a child, but mothered up to 15 children in one home all by herself.

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Relay for Life

Updated: 05/09/2004 - Some 5,000 people in the Big Bend are probably sleeping-in Sunday morning. That's because Saturday they spent 17 hours walking to cure cancer. The 9th Annual Relay for Life has ended, but the memory lives on.

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Peacock Day

Updated: 05/09/2004 - Thousands of people from all over the country "migrated" to Pavo, Georgia this weekend, all to enjoy the food and festivities of the city's annual "Peacock Day!"

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Leon County "WAY" Program

Updated: 05/07/2004 - Leon county is one of the chosen few school districts to participate in a pilot program called "WAY", Wellness Academics and You, an academic program that addresses critical issues of overweight, nutrition and overall wellness.

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Cancer Survivor

Updated: 05/07/2004 - Margaret Fowler talks about her successful battle with cancer.

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Gadsden County Career Fair

Updated: 05/07/2004 - Gadsden County Elementary School students from nine schools get the chance to learn about careers and healthy living, at a special career/health fair at the Carter Parramore Academy gym.

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Wanted: Teachers Passing the Torch

Updated: 05/07/2004 - The school year is coming to a close and for some Leon County teachers this will be their last year taking roll and passing the torch to the next generation.

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Liliana's Lament: What's Next?

Updated: 05/07/2004 - Major legal battles are ahead for a local airman facing military discharge and deportation for faking her identity five years ago.

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Homestead Petition

Updated: 05/06/2004 - A petition drive seeking to lower property taxes has more than 100 thousand verified signatures, which is more than twice the number needed to trigger a review by the state Supreme Court.

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FAMU Reaches Out to Middle School Girls

Posted: 05/06/2004 - FAMU hosts a number of middle school girls on campus today, showing them a taste of college life, and hope to recruit them to the school.

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Wanted: Teachers Part II

Updated: 05/06/2004 - Many teachers are hitting the open road these days in search of better pay and smaller classes.

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Operation KidSafe

Updated: 05/06/2004 - A steady stream of parents lined up in Tallahassee Thursday afternoon to have their children fingerprinted and photographed just in case.

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