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Last Minute Motions in McPherson Case

Updated: 06/03/2003 - The gambling trial of former FSU quarterback Adrian McPherson gets underway Wednesday, but motions were still being made Tuesday afternoon.

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Marathon Man

Updated: 06/03/2003 - A man is running a marathon across America to raise money to fight his son's rare disease.

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Small Business Week in Lowndes County

Updated: 06/03/2003 - Eighty percent of the Valdosta-Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce is made up of small businesses, and this week all of them will be recognized for their contributions to the community.

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Dump Truck Collides With Train

Updated: 06/02/2003 - A Tallahassee man is alive after the dump truck he was driving collided with a freight train west of the Capital City.

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Clothing Manufacturing Plant Closing Down

Updated: 06/02/2003 - After more than 40 years in business, a south Georgia company will be shutting its doors for the last time, taking with it nearly 200 jobs.

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Food Canning

Updated: 06/02/2003 - There is an easy way for local gardeners to store their fresh grown food like a professional.

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Fraternity House Plan

Updated: 06/02/2003 - As Florida State University continues to grow, there's a plan in the works to build an off-campus fraternity row.

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Churches Vote in Tallahassee

Updated: 06/21/2003 - Church members head to the polls to vote on what they believe are the biggest issues facing the Capital City.

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Eric Rudolph Victim

Updated: 06/02/2003 - The only person killed in the Atlanta bomb blast was from our area.

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Missing Person

Updated: 06/02/2003 - The Leon County Sheriff's Office needs your help finding a missing person.

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Moultrie Murder

Murder Investigation

Updated: 06/02/2003 - A double murder shocks one south Georgia town and police say a man of the cloth is the triggerman.

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Electrical Fire Prevention

Updated: 05/31/2003 - More electrical fires occur during the summer than at any other time of the year, but they are some simple things you can do to protect yourself and your property.

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Wanted Doctor Missing

Updated: 05/31/2003 - Authorities have been unable to locate an area doctor charged with performing an illegal abortion.

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Red Cross Hurricane Preparedness Guides

Updated: 05/30/2003 - The American Red Cross is distributing hurricane survival guides just in time for the start of hurricane season which starts this Sunday.

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Jury Selected in McPherson Case

Updated: 05/30/2003 - Jury members were selected this afternoon in the gambling trial of former FSU quarterback Adrian McPherson.

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Changing Face of Graduation

Updated: 05/30/2003 - Thousands of area seniors are gearing up to enter the ceremonies are underway across the capitol city, but a new law passed this legislative session could put a new twist on this timeless tradition.

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Arts Funding Cuts

Updated: 05/30/2003 - Symphonies, ballets and art galleries around Florida are finding out that they'll lose millions of dollars in funding in the new state budget.

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Tallahassee Quality of Life Survey

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Tallahassee won the designation of All-American City several years ago, but a new survey reveals a crime rate higher than the state average and disparities in education.

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FCAT Fallout at FAMU School

Updated: 05/29/2003 - A FAMU DRS teacher who copied parts of an old FCAT test has been dismissed.

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Huffing Dangers

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Recent huffing incidents has prompted Tallahassee emergency officials to issue a warning about the dangers associated with huffing.

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WCTV on DISH Network

Updated: 05/29/2003 - You can now catch WCTV and some of your favorite shows on a new in home satellite service.

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Teen Report: Cell Phones

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Cell phones have become all the buzz with teens, especially within the past couple years. Is their growing popularity due more to safety concerns or social norms?

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Second Special Session

Updated: 05/29/2003 - Florida Governor Jeb Bush is calling back lawmakers for a second special session to tackle medical malpractice reform.

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