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Price Gouging

Updated: 09/02/2004 - In the wake of Hurricane Charley, the state has already charged five hotels and several tree trimming businesses for price gouging, and complaints continue to roll in about excessive prices.

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Preparations Underway

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Florida emergency officials are gearing up for Hurricane Frances.

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Full Supplies Ahead!

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Florida residents from the Keys north to Jacksonville and west to Pensacola are stocking up on supplies before the storm makes landfall.

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Healthy Start

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Jefferson County now has the highest infant mortality rate in the state.

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Frances and its Impact on Valdosta

Posted: 09/02/2004 - Will road construction be suspended and blocked lanes reopened to allow for smoother flow of evacuees?

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Frances and its Effects on Thomasville

Updated: 09/02/2004 - GEMA called a meeting with law enforcement officers from surrounding counties to discuss the threat that Hurricane Frances has on our area.

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Blood Drives

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Southeast Community Blood Center looks for donations ahead of Frances.

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School Shelters

Updated: 09/02/2004 - A look at what schools in our area are designated as hurricane shelters and whether they are up to code.

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$10 Million Decision

Updated: 09/02/2004 - The Tallahassee City Commission will soon have a decision to make, one that could cost almost $10 million.

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FAMU Acreditation

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Even more programs at Florida A&M have received full accreditation.

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The Flava Station

Updated: 09/02/2004 - After being named "College of the Year" in 1997, Rattlers now have something else to sing about.

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Home Building

Updated: 09/01/2004 - Some well-known public figures are attacking an unkempt community in southwest Tallahassee and building homes in a neighborhood plagued by crime and poverty.

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Insurance Jitters

Updated: 09/01/2004 - Florida home insurers are nervously watching Hurricane Frances. Resources are already strained by the $7 billion in damage caused by Charley and the industry is not ruling out higher premiums to cover its losses.

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Emergency Operations for Frances

Updated: 09/01/2004 - The state EOC shifted down to partial activation after Hurricane Charley, but with Hurricane Francis hanging in the balance, it has been once again activated to Level One; that means 24 hours of operation.

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Shell Station

Updated: 09/01/2004 - Some endangered tortoises have a brighter future thanks to a serious conservation effort at a local state park.

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New Jobs in Thomasville

Updated: 09/01/2004 - A manufacturing company of seasonal homes headquartered here in Thomasville is looking to hire around 50 people in the Thomasville area, thanks to an expanding business.

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