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Water Treatment Facility Overload?

Updated: 09/20/2004 - The recent storms have put a burden on many public utility systems, but one of the most affected may be one you haven't considered.

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Water and Food Emergency

Updated: 09/20/2004 - There is a possible water and food emergency in Liberty County in the town of Sumatra.

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Jack Crow Memorial

Updated: 09/20/2004 - A memorial service will be held Monday for the founding member of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. In honor of Jack Crow, crowds of people are expected to attend.

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Amber Alert

Updated: 09/19/2004 - The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has issued an Amber Alert for a Wakulla County girl.

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Operation Call Home

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Volunteers are asking for help to make sure U.S. troops are able to call home for the holidays.

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Life After the Storm

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Victims of the Blountstown killer tornado tell us very soon they may be left without shelter.

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Heading Home

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Evacuees and football fans, they're an unlikely couple, but pair them together and you'll have tens of thousands of visitors found in the capital city this weekend.

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Sonny's Robbery

Updated: 09/19/2004 - A late night robbery sends police on the hunt for clues and a culprit.

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Sonny's Robbery

Updated: 09/19/2004 - Tallahassee police need your help to find a robbery suspect.

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Coastal Cleanup

Updated: 09/18/2004 - This year's coastal cleanup took on a whole new meaning. After Bonnie, Frances and Ivan blew through, there was a whole lot of mess left behind.

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Supply Staging Center

Updated: 09/18/2004 - Help is on the way for residents along the Panhandle's battered beaches and southern Alabama. Across Florida, hundreds of truckers are waiting with truckloads for their assignments.

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Hurricane Ivan Impacts

Updated: 09/18/2004 - Ivan's remnants have brought heavy rain up the east coast while Alabama and Florida residents recover from the deadly hurricane. Many residents are still without power and are waiting in lines for supplies.

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Red Cross Volunteers

Updated: 09/18/2004 - Volunteers with the Valdosta Red Cross are on their way to Pensacola to help provide disaster relief.

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Many Roads Damaged by Hurricane Ivan

Updated: 09/18/2004 - Officials say it will cost hundreds of millions of dollars to repair the damage done to roads and bridges by Hurricane Ivan.

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Ivan's Path of Destruction From the Air

Updated: 09/18/2004 - The Sunshine State finally is seeing some of that sunshine after a quartet of storms have left Floridians battered if not beaten.

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Stuck

Updated: 09/17/2004 - Thousands are still displaced from their homes, waiting for official word that it's safe to return. Many evacuees are still stuck in Tallahassee shelters and hotels because the road home is still closed.

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Starting Over

Updated: 09/17/2004 - A deadly storm touched down in Blountstown just before the midnight hour.

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Tallahassee Utility Crews Restore Power

Updated: 09/17/2004 - Hurricane Ivan did not cause any major structural damage in our area, but winds from the storm caused hundreds of Leon County residents to be left without power.

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Prostate Cancer Forum at FAMU

Updated: 09/17/2004 - FAMU is hosting the first statewide African American health forum on prostate cancer.

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Jeanne Could Regenerate Once Back Over Open Water

Updated: 09/17/2004 - Forecasters are still watching Tropical Storm Jeanne, saying it has lost some power, but could regenerate and be a threat to Florida or elsewhere in the Southeast.

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Tallahassee Residents Clean Up

Updated: 09/17/2004 - Hundreds of Leon County residents were without power Thursday night after Hurricane Ivan moved over the Gulf Coast.

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