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Extra Passengers on the School Bus

Updated: 09/29/2003 - Sheriff deputies rode on area school buses after multiple compaints that motorist continue to speed by school buses.

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Meals on Wheels Deliveries

Updated: 09/29/2003 - Local dignataries helped serve meals to the elderly and deliver a message of how important their needs are to the community.

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Bomb Scare

Updated: 09/29/2003 - A local police department is evacuated after a bomb scare Saturday.

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The Hunt is On, Part 3

Updated: 09/26/2003 - The last weekend of the great alligator hunt in Georgia is upon us. Hundreds of hunters in Georgia have been out trapping gators for the first time.

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Identity Fraud Arrest

Updated: 09/26/2003 - A Leon county woman is under arrest, accused of writing worthless checks. While that may not be unusual, one thing is. Deputies say she was writing those checks on the closed account of her mother who's been dead for several years.

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Batmobile Refund

Updated: 09/26/2003 - A Tallahassee car collector got taken for a ride when he bought a fake batmobile earlier this year, but holy smokes, Batman, there's a happy ending to this tale.

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Gadsden Schools Receive Reading Grant

Updated: 09/26/2003 - Gadsden County school officials received a small portion of a $12 million federal grant to improve reading in its schools.

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Subway Man On a Mission

Updated: 09/26/2003 - The Subway man makes a stop in the capital city to offer words of wisdom to area students.

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Crate Sawmill Fire

Updated: 09/26/2003 - Part of a century-old sawmill in Thomasville burned late Thursday night. A worker using a cutting torch may be to blame.

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New Walgreens

Updated: 09/25/2003 - A new drugstore is causing a bit of a debate in Tallahassee. The issue? Making new developments more pedestrian friendly.

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The Hunt is On

Updated: 09/25/2003 - Georgia's first ever alligator hunt is on. Not only does it control the gator population, but it's pretty lucrative for the state.

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Making Sure Our Kids Are Safe

Updated: 09/25/2003 - After various school shootings around the country, how are our local schools preparing for the worst?

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Ashcroft Visit: Speech

Updated: 09/25/2003 - One of the most powerful men in Washington was in Tallahassee Wednesday. Attorney General John Ashcroft addressed local law enforcement officials and his message was that America's war on terror is working.

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Ashcroft Visit

Updated: 09/24/2003 - U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft made a quick stop in Tallahasssee Wednesday afternoon. He spoke with state and local law enforcement agents about the fight against terrorism and overall crime in the nation.

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National Women's Health Day

Updated: 09/24/2003 - Two area schools joined together to celebrate National Women's Health Day.

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New Industry Comes to Thomasville

Updated: 09/24/2003 - The economy of south Georgia has taken several heavy blows during the past few months due to layoffs and the closing of a local business.

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FAMU Student Body President is Impeached

Updated: 09/24/2003 - After successfully fighting disqualification during spring elections, Larry Rivers has now been impeached by the student senate.

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Mulitple Sclerosis Luncheon

Updated: 09/24/2003 - Nearly 10,000 people in north Florida have Multiple Sclerosis. Wednesday, hundreds of them gathered in Tallahassee to hear one woman's story of triumph despite that crippling disease.

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SPLOST Projects Wrap Up in Valdosta

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Leaders in Lowndes County say residents will be pleased with $2.5 million worth of road work around the country.

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Sprouting Technology

Updated: 09/23/2003 - Technology is playing a role to help make farmwork easier and more profitable.

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