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National Catastrophe Fund?

Posted: 08/30/2011 - Hurricane Irene is the tenth billion dollar storm in the US so far this year, the most in recorded history. At one point 12 states were in a state of emergency as Irene moved up the east coast. Supporters of a national catastrophe fund say the widespread destruction highlights the need for national protection.

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[UPDATE] Greensboro Police Chief and Wife Arrested

Posted: 08/31/2011 - Greensboro Police chief Timothy Hall and his wife Marsha Hall are arrested after a Sunday night argument over a Monday morning doctors appointment. Tim told police the argument continued outside and she ran him over with a jeep.

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[UPDATE] Local High School Football Coach Reinstated

Posted: 08/31/2011 - A local high school football coach is suspended after being accused of shoving a player during practice. Principal Hanna says Williams has been reinstated and will return to practice today.

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FSU to Lead Consortium in BP-Funded Oil Spill Research Initiative

Updated: 08/30/2011 - The nation will be looking to Florida State University and its expertise in the marine sciences as it studies the long-term aftereffects and changes in the Gulf of Mexico following last year’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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Continued Dryness, Continued Risk

Posted: 08/30/2011 - Few of us would argue that wildfire is a year round threat in Florida. Heavy coastal winds, low humidity, continuing dry conditions, and frequency of rainfall are a few of the elements that contribute to this risk

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Are You Ready for the Downtown GetDown?

Posted: 09/01/2011 - Kick off your football weekends with Tallahassee's favorite Friday-night tradition from 6 to 10 p.m. on Adams Street Commons. We have a list of roads closed that evening.

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A Change of Neighborhood for Gov. Scott

Posted: 08/30/2011 - When Gov. Rick Scott moved to Tallahassee earlier this year, he settled into a neighborhood quite different than the Naples address where he has lived for the past seven years. His Naples neighborhood is almost 98 percent white.

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Florida Trio Arrested in Georgia, Charges Pending

Updated: 08/30/2011 - Charges for the trio are pending in Gadsden County, Florida for the attempted burglary of the Southside Business Park and the recovery of a stolen Caterpillar bulldozer located off of Tennell Road in Midway, Florida.

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Second Round of Redistricting Hearing Possible

Posted: 08/30/2011 - The chairmen of the House and Senate committees charged with redrawing the state's political boundaries raised the possibility Monday of trying to hold video conferences throughout Florida as part of an effort to get reactions to legislative maps from voters who can't make it to Tallahassee.

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Med Mal Fight Goes On, Cap Question to State Supremes

Posted: 08/30/2011 - Eight years after lawmakers overhauled the state's medical-malpractice laws, groups are preparing for a possible showdown in the Florida Supreme Court about the constitutionality of a cap on legal damages.

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FWC: Beware When Moving Fish, Even Native Bass

Posted: 08/30/2011 - How often have you caught a great fish and wished you could release it somewhere special for you or a friend to catch again? Catch-and-release has caught on, especially among bass anglers. However, sometimes the release isn’t immediate or the angler wants to relocate it in a different lake or river.

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Senator Nelson: Don't Look For Energy in Everglades

Posted: 08/30/2011 - U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson said that the Everglades should be off limits to energy exploration, reacting to Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann's comments that the area should be explored if it can be done safely.

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Bill Would Tax Bottled Water

Posted: 08/30/2011 - A proposal to tax bottled water was filed in the Florida Senate, re-igniting a water war that has pitted Sen. Evelyn Lynn against bottlers and business groups.

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School Parking Lot Shooting

Posted: 08/30/2011 - Authorities say a man shot his ex-wife in the parking lot of an elementary school near Kissimmee.

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Snakes In His Pants?

Updated: 08/30/2011 - The Transportation Security Administration says a man tried to board a TAM Airlines flight to Brazil with nylon bags filled with seven exotic snakes and three tortoises.

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