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Poll Watching

Updated: 10/28/2004 - It’s five days from the election and many voters in Florida may be surprised to learn that their right to vote can be legally challenged at the polls.

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Invective '04

Updated: 10/28/2004 - With just five full days until the election, people around our area say they've had enough of all the negative campaigning.

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Staying Afloat

Updated: 10/28/2004 - A nationwide plan to update flood map inventory is perfectly timed for our area.

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Tax Break for Teachers

Updated: 10/28/2004 - Gov. Perdue has proposed a tax break that would allow teachers to deduct up to $250 worth of school supplies from their state income taxes.

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Gadsden County AP Program

Updated: 10/28/2004 - Gadsden County school officials are trying to get more students involved in their AP program.

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Elections Experts Reminisce

Updated: 10/28/2004 - Some political experts at Florida State will again be getting the national news spotlight on Election Day.

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Lunar Eclipse

Updated: 10/27/2004 - If the clouds don't get in the way, sky watchers across the U.S. will be treated to an hours-long lunar eclipse Wednesday night.

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Girls Will Be Girls

Updated: 10/27/2004 - New statistics show more and more girls are on the wrong side of the law in Florida.

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Senate Ad Showdown

Updated: 10/27/2004 - U.S. senate candidate Mel Martinez stands by a controversial ad in which he accuses Democrat Betty Castor of being against the war on terror. Castor says she's not against the war on terror, but is opposed the war in Iraq.

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First Annual College Early Vote Day

Updated: 10/27/2004 - Members of Tallahassee’s League of Independent Voters join Operation Wakeup, and FSU and FAMU students for the first annual College Early Vote Day.

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A Soldier's Mom Speaks Out

Updated: 10/27/2004 - Patricia Roberts is the mother of Jamall Addison, one of the first U.S. soldiers to be killed in Iraq.

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Campaign Signs Go Missing in Leon County

Updated: 10/27/2004 - There are charges by the Don Pumphrey Campaign, and substantiated by witnesses, that City of Tallahassee workers have been going on to private property and removing Pumphrey Campaign signs, while leaving Doris Maloy signs intact.

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