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Shrimp Ruling

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Local shrimpers are among those in the world shrimp market bracing for a ruling that will give a strong indication if import duties on shrimp from China and Vietnam, and four other countries will be imposed.

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Pavo Curfew Plan

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Pavo City Council is voting on a curfew ordinance at their meeting on Thursday.

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Family Dollar Fire

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Folks in Quitman, Georgia are in shock over the loss of a popular convenience store in their area.

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Dust Mites in Your Home?

Updated: 07/06/2004 - A local allergist says 90 percent of his patients are allergic to dust mites, a problem that is closer to home than you think.

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Suspicious Death

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Police in Thomasville are investigating what they call a suspicious death of a 66-year-old woman.

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FSU Pirate Ship Search

Posted: 07/06/2004 - An FSU anthropology professor and three students are headed out for a three week expedition off the coast of Cilicia, once a hotbed for Roman pirates.

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Kerry Chooses Running Mate

Updated: 07/06/2004 - Sen. John Kerry has chosen former rival to be his running mate for the 2004 Presidential Election.

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Fourth of July Weekend Traffic Fatalities

Updated: 07/06/2004 - The Florida Highway Patrol says this Independence Day holiday weekend seems to have turned out to be a very deadly one on Florida's roads.

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Florida's Family Income Down

Updated: 07/05/2004 - The U.S. Census Bureau reports Florida’s median family income has fallen during the past four years.

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Family of Police Shooting Victim Demanding Answers

Updated: 07/03/2004 - The family of a man shot and killed by police last weekend is demanding answers going so far as to say police planted an axe in the hands of Louis Green, Jr. to justify his death.

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Pariente Sworn In as Chief Justice

Updated: 07/03/2004 - Florida's Supreme Court has handed the gavel to only the second female chief justice in state history.

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Verdict Handed Down in Tallahassee Rape Trial

Updated: 07/03/2004 - Jurors took a little more than two hours to come back with a verdict in the case of Willie Oliver who was on trial for the rape of a New Zealand tourist more than 20 years ago.

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Half Staff

Updated: 07/02/2004 - This is the first time in history that flags will fly at half staff during the Fourth of July. They are lowered for 30 days because of Reagan's death.

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DUI and Travel Weekend

Updated: 07/02/2004 - This is one of the busiest weekends of travel, and historically the most people die on the interstates during the next few days.

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Lotto Fever...Again

Updated: 07/02/2004 - Lotto fever is back for a second time as the Mega Millions game has rolled.. The jackpot has now reaching $280 million.

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Two Thousand Mistakes

Updated: 07/02/2004 - A judge has ruled state officials must make copies of the voter purge list, but now news organizations have found the names of at least 2,000 people who shouldn't be on it.

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