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Court Rejects Florida Prison Privatization Appeal

Updated: 07/25/2012 - An appeals court ruled against Attorney General Pam Bondi in a long-running battle about the Legislature's attempt last year to privatize prisons across southern Florida.

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FDOE School Grades Revised After Mistake Made

Posted: 07/24/2012 - The Florida Department of Education is once again dealing with the fallout from test scores and school grades, this time after admitting that dozens of grades released earlier this month were mistaken.

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Groups File Suit Against Corps Over River

Posted: 07/24/2012 - Frustrated over a lack of progress at the negotiating table, environmentalists filed suit in federal court to force the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to clean up the Caloosahatchee River by letting the river flow.

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Florida Economists Predict Foreign Tourist Lull, Slow Growth

Posted: 07/24/2012 - Economic woes in Europe will trickle across the Atlantic over the next few years as potential international guests stay home or see their native currency buy less once they arrive, a panel of economists estimated.

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Cyber Security: Searching for Child Predators

Updated: 07/23/2012 - Technology is a part of every day life - kids included. Children still in diapers are often able to maneuver their way through the internet with relative ease. But their ignorance about the dangers lurking a mouse click away make it that much more important for adults to keep a watchful eye and maintain their Cyber Security.

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Cyber Security: Bullies On The Web

Updated: 01/07/2013 - Today, many bullies have moved out of the school yard and instead, use their keyboards to harass and demean their victims. But not everyone turns a blind eye. There are many willing to help.

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Additional Suwannee River Public Lands Reopen After Debby

Updated: 07/23/2012 - The Suwannee River Water Management District (District) announces the reopening of some properties that had been closed to the public due to flooding or other unsafe conditions occurring from Tropical Storm Debby.

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[UPDATE] Three Arrested for Mayo Food Mart Homicide

Updated: 07/23/2012 - A fight that broke out in the Mayo Food Mart, 133 W. Main Street in Mayo, ended in the death of one man, the injury of another, and a long chase by deputies and K-9 teams.

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Food Aid Cuts Would Hit Florida Hard

Posted: 07/22/2012 - As Congress considers a farm bill that could slash federal food assistance, Florida – with nearly 18% of its residents relying on that help – could find its poor still further submerged beneath the poverty line.

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