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Drunk Driving Warnings

Posted: 02/17/2012 - A Florida mother is turning a personal tragedy into motivation. A drunk driver killed her daughter close to ten years ago, but now she talks to students statewide about the dangers of driving while under the influence.

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FAMU Legacy Torch Tour

Posted: 02/17/2012 - FAMU kicked off a nationwide tour to celebrate the school's 125th anniversary.

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Special Report: Tallahassee Man Shares Civil Rights Experience

Updated: 02/17/2012 - You don't have to look in books to learn about African-American culture. There are people right here in our community who have lived it. Meet one man who helped end segregation in Tallahassee, as our coverage of Black History month continues.

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FL Lawmakers Seek to Shield Redistricting Testimony

Updated: 02/17/2012 - The Florida Democratic Party has filed suit, saying GOP drawn maps are anything but fair. Lawmakers are now trying to block the court from asking them what they did and why.

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Browning Leaves Elections Office

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Yesterday was Former Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning’s last day as head of Florida’s elections. He served nearly six years, through two governors overseeing several primaries and the 2008 presidential election. Whitney Ray sat down with Browning on his last day in office, and brings us this exclusive report from Tallahassee.

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Youth Soccer Tournament Stimulates Economy

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Hundreds of families from Florida, Georgia and Alabama are visiting the Capital City this weekend. They're here for a youth soccer tournament.

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FSU Anti-Racism March

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Members of FSU's Black student union are infuriated. It's all over blatantly racist comments posted on a student-run website. Students rallied today in a march against racism.

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Protester Interrupts Lt. Gov's Speech at FAMU

Updated: 02/18/2012 - Florida Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll was the keynote speaker Friday at FAMU's annual Black History Month Convocation. But not everyone was happy with her message.

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Literally, George Clinton is Doctor of Funk

Updated: 02/17/2012 - Berklee College of Music awarded funk icon George Clinton an honorary doctor of music degree and celebrated his music with a performance from the college's P-Funk Ensemble

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Planned Demonstration at FAMU In Support of Equal Rights

Posted: 02/17/2012 - The event, “A Peaceful Demonstration for Non-Discrimination”, was called by the organizations in order to give the LGBT community and their allies an opportunity to gather together in unity as they raise the urgency for full LGBT equality now

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FSU Law School receives Anonymous Major Gift

Posted: 02/17/2012 - The Florida State University College of Law has received from an anonymous donor a pledge of $150,000 over five years to create the Middle Road Foundation Endowment for Excellence.

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FSU and UF to Participate in JDRF School Challenge

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Florida State University and the University of Florida are at odds with one another once again, but this time it’s to see which school can raise the most amount of money for the North Florida Chapter of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF)! All funds raised will help find a cure for type 1 diabetes.

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Amendments Call For New Nursing Home

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Drawing criticism from parts of the nursing-home industry, House and Senate committees approved allowing the construction of a nursing home that would be affiliated with Jacksonville University.

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[UPDATE] House Judiciary Approves Immunity Bill

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Over complaints that it was an attempt to undermine legal challenges to the Legislature's redistricting proposals, the House Judiciary Committee approved a measure giving lawmakers complete immunity from civil cases dealing with their legislative duties.

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Case of Two Mothers: Custody Battle May Arrive at High Court

Posted: 02/17/2012 - In what might be a first-of-its-kind case in Florida, the state Supreme Court could hear a parental-rights battle between two former lesbian partners who, through in vitro fertilization, each played a role in the birth of a child.

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Fla. Meth Case Involves 3 Generations of 1 Family

Posted: 02/17/2012 - It's a generational thing: Deputies in Florida say a man, his daughter and his grandson, along with a fourth person said to be a family relative, are accused of working together to manufacture methamphetamine.

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