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More E-Filers

Updated: 04/08/2004 - The new statistics show more people are going to save themselves some money on postage and e-file.

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No Ignition Interlock Device

Posted: 04/08/2004 - Hundreds of drivers convicted of DUI may not have to install ignition interlock devices after a judge tells the state it cannot order the devices without court approval.

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Georgia's Special Session

Updated: 04/08/2004 - Unable to pass a 2005 budget Gov. Perdue finds suitable, Georgia's General Assembly will extend into next week.

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Drivers Education

Updated: 04/07/2004 - There's a "Driver's Education: Safety Hazards" event for students at Thomasville High.

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Cuts Threaten Elderly and Disabled

Updated: 04/07/2004 - State budget cuts are threatening thousands of elderly and disabled Floridians who rely on guardians to survive in the Sunshine State.

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Pinwheels for Prevention

Updated: 04/07/2004 - Georgia Department of Families and Children were sticking pinwheels in the ground throughout the community to remind others to watch for signs of abuse and neglect.

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Tip Leads to Arrest

Updated: 04/07/2004 - An anonymous tip lands a local freshman behind bars for bringing a knife to school.

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FAMU Recognizes National Health Week with Seminars

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Florida A&M University is observing National Health Week through seminars and the distribution of information on everything from sexually transmitted diseases to overall wellness.

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Georgia Forestry

Updated: 04/06/2004 - The Georgia Forestry Commission has a new program out now that actually e-mails people when it’s okay for them to begin their legal burns. It could be an interesting look at how technology plays a part in managing lands and forest.

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Drivers Licenses for Immigrants

Updated: 04/06/2004 - It may sound a bit wacky, but state officials say there are good reasons why they should provide licenses to illegal aliens and the governor says he supports the idea.

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Wakulla Wildfire

Updated: 04/06/2004 - In the Apalachicola National Forest firefighters are still tackling a wildfire in the vicinity of Sopchoppy.

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Nepal Professor on Terror Threats

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Fulbright scholar Dr. Sushil Raj Pandey of Kathmandu, Nepal addresses local law enforcement leaders in Tallahassee.

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Title One Schools

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Georgia Title One schools will get more federal money next year to help its disadvantaged students.

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Spring Fling Time

Updated: 04/06/2004 - Boston, Georgia's Spring Fling is gearing up for the event that will triple the city's population.

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Florida Adoptions on the Rise

Updated: 04/06/2004 - New numbers coming out of the Florida Department of Children and Families show adoptions are on the rise.

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FSU Path Program

Posted: 04/06/2004 - Students who are denied admission to FSU because they didn't meet all the requirements will at least be able to purchase an FSU pass while attending TCC.

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Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom

Posted: 04/06/2004 - Both chambers of the General Assembly passed legislation to help cut disruptive behavior from the classroom.

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Bus Accident

Posted: 04/06/2004 - A school bus was hit by a car south of Tallahassee Monday. Both caught fire.

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