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Looking Back

Updated: 03/19/2004 - Local soldiers take a look back to remember how their lives have changed over the last year.

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Bush Marks First Anniversary of Iraq War

Updated: 03/19/2004 - President Bush marked the anniversary Friday by urging resolve in the war against terrorism and saying it is "the duty of every government to fight and destroy this threat to our people."

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South Side Survey

Updated: 03/19/2004 - A new survey put out by the City of Tallahassee and Leon County will give residents along the south side, a new platform for their concerns about the area.

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Obesity Alert

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Obesity is becoming a serious problem in our area, as Georgia’s south health district leads the peach state in percentage of obese women.

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Sierra Club Lawsuit

Updated: 03/18/2004 - The Sierra Club and the Natural Resources Defense Council have put the state of Florida and the federal government on notice. They are planning to sue.

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Section 8 Voucher Could Be Cut

Updated: 03/18/2004 - The Housing Authority says if a new federal budget cut proposal is approved, hundreds of families will be turned away.

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School Bus Fingerprinting

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Each day thousands of students board Leon County buses bound for school. Keeping track of all those riders can be a huge task, but local school officials are hoping technology will make the ride a bit smoother.

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Veteran's Transportation

Updated: 03/18/2004 - As soldiers continue to fight the War on Terrorism in Iraq, many soldiers here are fighting to keep services they've come to depend on.

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Gas Price Meeting at Florida Capitol

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Oil industry representatives were at the Florida Capitol Thursday afternoon to talk about skyrocketing gas prices.

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Colon Cancer Awareness Month

Updated: 03/18/2004 - You may remember a few years ago, TV personality Katie Couric underwent a colonoscopy on camera soon after her husband died of colon cancer.

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Recruiting Immigrants

Updated: 03/18/2004 - A federal program in Georgia is allowing farming companies to recruit immigrant workers to the Peach State.

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Complete Turnaround

Updated: 03/18/2004 - The Vashti Center and its charter school, Bishop Hall, rely almost completely on community support to give their students the education they deserve.

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Tallahassee Fire

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Firefighters save a man trapped in a house fire.

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Medicaid Funds Run Short

Updated: 03/17/2004 - Unless the Georgia Assembly approves a mid-year budget this week, the state's Medicaid program could run out of money next week.

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Day Care Liability

Updated: 03/17/2004 - There is a bill on Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue's desk that would require day care centers in the Peach State to provide liability insurance, or inform customers that they are not covered by the protection.

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Medicine Cabinet Abuse

Updated: 03/17/2004 - There's a new warning out for parents. Teens carrying cough medication might be searching for a high instead of relief from a cold.

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Rose Festival in Thomasville

Updated: 03/17/2004 - A decades-old Thomasville tradition is growing in a different direction this year. The rose parade may be moving downtown.

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FORCE Rally at the Florida Capital

Updated: 03/17/2004 - College students from the across the state of Florida were educating legislators about the importance of higher education funding.

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Taking On the Phone Companies

Updated: 03/17/2004 - Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist is taking on phone companies seeking the largest phone rate increase in recent state history.

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Beached Bottle-Nosed Dolphins

Updated: 03/17/2004 - Almost four-dozen bottle-nosed dolphins have now been reported dead along the Gulf Coast in the last 10 days.

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