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Deputy Opens Fire on Rape Suspect

Updated: 08/25/2004 - A single gunshot brings an end to a night of terror for one area woman as a Leon County deputy opens fire on a rape suspect.

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Life With Sickle

Updated: 08/25/2004 - The efforts of one woman mean a closer starting point for Lowndes County residents suffering from sickle cell anemia. A series of clinics is raising community awareness of the disease.

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No Mere Milk Money

Updated: 08/25/2004 - A major educational grant is paving the way for a modern learning academy.

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Home Improvements, or Else?

Updated: 08/25/2004 - The property of several Quincy homeowners could be in jeopardy, and that means home improvements may become mandatory.

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Andrew/Charley Lessons

Updated: 08/25/2004 - The lessons learned after Hurricane Andrew are paying big dividends now as Florida cleans up in the aftermath of Charley.

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Start Dates for Schools in Georgia

Updated: 08/25/2004 - School has been starting earlier and earlier for students in the past few years, so much so that it's gotten the attention of lawmakers in the Peach State.

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Florida DUI Alert

Updated: 08/25/2004 - Law enforcement officials say they won't let a drunk driver off so easy.

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Sopchoppy Opry

Updated: 08/25/2004 - The Sopchoppy Opry is getting set to kick off a new season.

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Former Attorney General Dies

Updated: 08/25/2004 - Family and friends say good-bye to former Florida Attorney General and Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard W. Ervin.

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Olympic Pins

Updated: 08/25/2004 - Not all of the Olympic action is taking place inside the coliseum in Athens.

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Business News

Updated: 08/25/2004 - Here's a wrap of the top stories in Business News.

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Revamping the System

Updated: 08/24/2004 - In an attempt to get a grip on the state budget deficit, Gov. Sonny Perdue is calling for a change in the way health care providers handle indigent patients.

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DCF Lawsuit

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Five companies who provide care for some of Florida’s most vulnerable citizens are suing the state for slashing programs on which disabled people rely to survive.

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Poll Worker Training

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Poll workers prepare for November elections.

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No Brew for You?

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Three local business owners are going head to head with Sopchoppy city officials, requesting alcohol be placed on the menu at their pizza parlor, but the request is getting mixed reviews.

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Crime Stoppers: Unsolved Murder

Updated: 05/02/2007 - The search for the killer of an elderly homeless woman is the focus of this week's Crime Stoppers.

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Meningitis Worries on Campus

Updated: 08/24/2004 - One of the biggest killers on college campuses across the country has nothing to do with crime; it's bacterial meningitis.

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Hurricane Vote

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Secretary of State Glenda Hood says there should be no further disruptions in the voting process for the August 31 primary.

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Evans Trial

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Leon Circuit Judge Thomas Bateman again presides over jury selection in the Coy Evans trial.

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School Absences

Updated: 08/24/2004 - Students in the Peach State will now lose their drivers license if they have 10 unexcused absences or drop out of school.

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