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Removing Regier?

Updated: 07/30/2004 - The chorus is growing for the removal of Department of Children and Families secretary Jerry Regier.

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Howell Park Complaints

Updated: 07/30/2004 - Residents of one community are upset about transients in a park.

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Shabby Streets in Quincy

Updated: 07/30/2004 - There are complaints about some streets in bad need of repair in Quincy, so bad that the neighborhood kids are trying to haul in dirt to fill in the potholes – seven- and eight-year-old kiddies.

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The African-American Family

Updated: 07/30/2004 - There is a conference Friday with people from all over the state talking about building healthy African American families.

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River of Grass: Part III

Updated: 07/30/2004 - The Florida Everglades is home to thousands of different species of wildlife, birds and plants.

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Win Big By Giving Blood

Updated: 07/29/2004 - High gas prices around the area have given local Red Cross donation centers a pretty enticing idea.

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Water Quality Scam

Updated: 07/29/2004 - Tallahassee authorities say people are posing as city water system employees, asking homeowners to sign up for a water quality test.

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Farm Worker Protection Act

Updated: 07/29/2004 - Advocates for Florida’s farm workers say the sunshine state is finally doing right by the thousands of migrant laborers who keep its multi-billion dollar agriculture industry afloat.

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FCAT Assistance

Posted: 07/29/2004 - More than twenty Jefferson County students have been enrolled in a special camp for children who performed poorly on the FCAT.

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Tazer Demonstration

Updated: 07/29/2004 - Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell takes a hit from a tazer to demonstrate its effectiveness in subduing suspects and its safety.

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Librarian Shortage

Updated: 07/29/2004 - There is a real need these days for qualified librarians. Florida State received a grant to recruit and train librarians who commit to work in central and north Florida libraries after graduation.

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Christmas in July

Updated: 07/29/2004 - An event called "Christmas in July" is going on today. School supplies will be given away to children and there will also be carols and an appearance by Santa Claus.

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River of Grass: Part II

Updated: 07/29/2004 - Scientists say after almost 50 years of decline, research and hard work are bringing back the Florida Everglades.

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Higher Minimum Wage?

Updated: 07/28/2004 - Voters will get a chance this fall to decide whether Florida should increase its minimum wage by a dollar an hour.

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Polish Airmen Train at Moody

Updated: 07/28/2004 - Pilots from around the nation have trained at Moody Air Force Base for years, but Americans aren't the only ones coming to South Georgia for the advanced training.

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Looney Looking for a New Trial

Updated: 07/28/2004 - An abusive childhood and an unstable home life are some of the factors convicted killer Jason Looney is using to try and get a new trial.

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Industrial Development in Thomasville

Updated: 07/28/2004 - There’s new industrial development in Thomasville. Officials with the chamber of commerce will be making an announcement today. How this affects local economy, people, etc.

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Sales Tax Holiday

Updated: 07/28/2004 - Local businesses in Valdosta are gearing up for Georgia's four-day sales tax holiday.

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Cell Phones In the Classroom

Updated: 07/28/2004 - The Leon County School board now allows kids to bring cell phones and pagers to school.

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