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The Fast For"word" Program

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Elementary schools are participating in a program called Fast For”word”. It's a "neuro-science" computer program where kids develop skills used to read and learn more effectively.

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The Impact of Gas Prices on the Florida Highway Patrol

Updated: 05/20/2004 - The last time there was a serious gas price hike, the FHP actually ordered troopers to park on the side of the highway to save gas. This time, the FHP is better prepared thanks to a supplemental appropriation for the Legislature which set aside an extra $1.5 million for FHP gasoline.

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Buck Lake Students Donate Clothes to Children Overseas

Updated: 05/20/2004 - Buck Lake Elementary students have responded to a colonel's plea in Iraq for clothes for an orphanage near his camp. More than 100 pounds of clothes have been collected, folded and packed for shipment to the160th MP Battalion.

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Tourism On My Mind

Updated: 05/20/2004 - The Travel Industry of America reports that tourism expenditures in Georgia grew to $25 billion in 2003 alone.

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No More Phony Bills?

Updated: 05/20/2004 - AT&T has agreed to refund consumers who were improperly billed without forcing them to buy other AT&T services.

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Local Businesses Team Up With Thomasville Schools

Updated: 05/20/2004 - During a time of deep budget cuts in the Georgia Education System, Thomas County school officials say resources the state may take away are being provided by their community.

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Do's & Don’ts of Gas Leaks

Posted: 05/19/2004 - Area homeowners are getting safety tips this week about what to do in the event of a gas leak.

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AT&T in Court

Updated: 05/19/2004 - An AT&T employee has testified the company makes it difficult for people to get a refund unless the customer signs up for an AT&T service.

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School Bus Fire

Updated: 05/19/2004 - There were frightening moments for some elementary school children in Wakulla County Wednesday morning as their school bus caught fire.

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Public Records

Updated: 05/19/2004 - Florida is attempting to keep some public records secret. The document in question is the list of 48,000 former felons who are supposed to be purged from voter lists before the election.

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The Inventor of the Chop and Chop

Updated: 05/19/2004 - A Tallahassee man was recently featured on Oprah for his invention of a flexible cutting board to make sure we don't mix our meats and vegetables.

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Defense Spending

Updated: 05/19/2004 - The U.S. Department of Defense has released its breakdown of spending, and it shows that local counties gain big time.

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Steele Collins Charter Middle School Makes a Big Move

Updated: 05/19/2004 - Steele Collins Middle school has been transferred to Tallahassee Community College. Last year parents picketed and protested on the streets because they said the location was unsafe along with other concerns.

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Florida Takes AT&T to Court

Updated: 05/19/2004 - Florida's Attorney General was in court Tuesday seeking an order compelling AT&T to refund millions owed customers who have been incorrectly charged.

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Abuse Victim Accused of Killing Daughter

Updated: 05/19/2004 - A 20-year-old South Florida woman, who was an abused child, now stands accused of beating her own three-year-old daughter to death.

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Shoplifters Beware

Updated: 05/19/2004 - We've all heard stories of a teenager lifting a favorite CD or a parent stashing food under her clothes.

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AT&T Refund?

Updated: 05/18/2004 - The attorney general was in court Tuesday seeking an order compelling AT&T to refund millions owed customers who have been incorrectly charged.

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