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London Terror Bombings Kill 50, Wound 700

Updated: 07/08/2005 - Desperate Londoners hunted for missing relatives on Friday after suspected al Qaeda bombers killed more than 50 people in rush-hour blasts

  • U.S. Raises Alert to Orange for Transit
  • President Bush Cautions Americans

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Storm Clouds

Updated: 07/06/2005 - State emergency planners are keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Dennis and saying you should be doing the same.

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Killed by His Brother

Updated: 07/06/2005 - A family is still recovering Wednesday night in Gadsden County as one brother is killed by another.

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Watch... and Learn?

Updated: 07/06/2005 - Is a television in your child's bedroom hindering his progress in school?

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Florida Pre-K Program

Updated: 07/06/2005 - The first statewide pre-k program in the nation is set to start in Florida next month. Even though fewer than half the number of kids expected have signed up, there are still not enough approved providers to handle them all, but the state still expects to be ready by opening day.

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Helping Find Nurses

Updated: 07/06/2005 - There is a growing demand for nurses around our area. Several solutions have been tried, and now several hospitals in south Georgia are teaming up with a local university to help folks change careers and become nurses.

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Mr. Food: Storing Blueberries

Updated: 07/06/2005 - Go ahead and visit your local blueberry farm. Mr. Food says he's got a way for you to keep them all year long.

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FSU Football Star Arrested

Updated: 07/06/2005 - A star linebacker for FSU is arrested, charged with attacking his girlfriend.

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Buckling Under Pressure?

Updated: 07/05/2005 - Florida roads were a little bit safer this Fourth of July. Statewide, 22 people lost their lives compared to 29 at this point last year. Police think part of the reduction had to do with their big push for seat belt enforcement.

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FSU Professors Protest Wages

Updated: 07/05/2005 - A dispute over salary negotiations isn't setting well with some faculty members at Florida State University.

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Net Lawsuit

Updated: 07/05/2005 - Commercial fishermen are back in court battling Florida's net laws this week. A lawsuit has been filed in the Wakulla County circuit court that may be the last hope for mullet fishermen.

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Brooks County Luring Businesses

Updated: 07/05/2005 - One local community wants to turn around its economy by luring small businesses to town. Officials in Brooks County, Georgia say they want to be the next destination for business expansion.

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Menacing Dennis

Updated: 07/05/2005 - Tropical Storms Cindy and Dennis have set a record by being the third and fourth named storms of this hurricane season, and the stress of last year's storms is still being felt as Florida braces for more.

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Mr. Food: Scream for Ice Cream

Updated: 07/05/2005 - If you're screaming for ice cream, Mr. Food says now's a great time to get cooking.

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