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FSU's Glofish Technology

Updated: 12/05/2003 - The controversial "glofish" is making waves in California where genetically engineered species are banned, but WCTV learned that this technology is nothing new and has been practiced for years in Tallahassee.

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On a Mission

Updated: 12/05/2003 - A local man is on a mission to change Florida law. A law he says was meant to keep families intact, but is threatening to tear his apart.

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Special Christmas Wish

Updated: 12/05/2003 - A little girl gets her Christmas wish a little early, but it wasn't your every day wish.

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Murder Probe in Gadsden County

Updated: 12/05/2003 - Gadsden County deputies are running into nothing but dead ends in their attempts to solve a murder mystery.

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GEMA Attacks School Safety

Updated: 12/05/2003 - The Georgia Emergency Management Agency says a gun is found in a Georgia school every day.

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Stride of Pride

Updated: 12/05/2003 - A Washington state woman has been walking cross-country, and she's finally made it to the last leg of her tour, Florida.

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Fit to Stand Trial

Updated: 12/04/2003 - The trial of a Tallahassee transient beating another man to death continued Thursday morning after a psychiatrist ruled him fit to stand trial.

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Smoking Ban in Valdosta?

Updated: 12/04/2003 - The Azalea City may soon get a breath of fresh air on a smoking issue.

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Fighting to Survive

Updated: 12/04/2003 - The Pace Center for Girls survived one major budget cut, but it may have to fight once again.

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Seized Property Up for Auction

Updated: 12/04/2003 - A $2 billion cocaine ring broken up by the feds last year has now brought them back to north Florida.

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A Bigger Azalea Festival

Updated: 12/04/2003 - The 2004 Azalea Festival in Valdosta is more than three months away, but organizers are stepping up their search for major sponsors.

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Lowndes County School Calendar

Updated: 12/04/2003 - Teachers and students in Lowndes County may be looking forward to some extra time off next year.

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The Early Bird Gets the Worm

Updated: 12/03/2003 - Florida A&M administrators have urged students to register early for spring classes, and students have answered that call. More than 8,000 FAMU students pre-registered for the upcoming semester.

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Old Style Christmas

Updated: 12/03/2003 - Thomasville's Victorian Christmas is coming up soon, and we have a look at some of the costumes available to wear.

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"Radio" Comes Alive at Local High School

Updated: 12/03/2003 - Cairo, Georgia has their own version of "Radio." Edward "Rat Man" Henderson has been coming to school for fun for the last eight years.

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Leon County DUI Strike Force

Updated: 12/03/2003 - You've probably heard the slogan, "You Drink and Drive, You Lose." Now local law enforcement are taking that message one step further.

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Ex-Narcotics Detective Arrested

Updated: 12/03/2003 - A Valdosta police officer was arrested just moments after he turned in his resignation.

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Cash Hall Murder Charge

Updated: 12/03/2003 - Ulysses Thomas was sentenced Wednesday morning in a Tallahassee courtroom.

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Trial Suspended

Updated: 12/03/2003 - A Tallahassee murder trial has been suspended while a psychologist checks the mental state of the accused.

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Greenway Project

Updated: 12/02/2003 - If you like to walk, bike, or jog, good news Tuesday night. A plan is in the works to build a six-mile Greenway in the Capital City, but not everyone's on board.

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