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Florida Sees Flood of New Retirees

Updated: 08/01/2011 - In the three months since the legislative session ended, the Florida Retirement System has seen a substantial uptick in the number of new retirees.

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[UPDATE] List of Vet Hall of Fame Candidates Dropped

Posted: 08/01/2011 - A list of proposed inductees into a Veterans' Hall of Fame that some African-Americans said they found offensive for who it included and didn't include has been withdrawn and a new list will be more to the liking of "all Floridians," a spokesman for Gov. Rick Scott said.

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Teen Drowns

Posted: 08/01/2011 - A Haitian teen who came to the United States two years ago for hip surgery has drowned during a church outing at Fort De Soto Park.

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Shipwreck Trail

Posted: 08/01/2011 - Diving enthusiasts in the Florida Panhandle are hoping to lure visitors to what lies beneath the area's famously white beaches and clear waters.

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World Breastfeeding Week

Posted: 08/01/2011 - Leon County Health Department celebrates World Breastfeeding Week.

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Juror Name Legislation

Updated: 07/30/2011 - Three weeks after Casey Anthony was found not guilty of murder, and we still don't know who all the jurors behind the verdict are. Judge Belvin Perry is now calling on the legislature to change the state's public records law to protect the jurors.

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J&J cuts maximum Tylenol dose to prevent overdoses

Posted: 07/29/2011 - Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson is cutting the recommended maximum amount of Tylenol Extra Strength because of health risks associated with excessive acetaminophen.

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Workshop Scheduled for New Public Safety Complex

Posted: 07/29/2011 - Leon County and the City of Tallahassee will hold a workshop for any subcontractors who are interested in bidding on the new Leon County / City of Tallahassee Public Safety Complex.

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New Laws May Change Students Teaching Dreams

Posted: 07/29/2011 - It won't be long till students come back to campus. Some of them will study to be teachers, but a new state law has them thinking a lot about their decision.

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Understanding the Competition in a Knowledge Based Economy

Posted: 07/29/2011 - State Representative Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda today completed a week long immersion in education reform at the prestigious Oxford Roundtable in Oxford, United Kingdom. The Roundtable was attended by thirty participants from eleven states and four countries.

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