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BP Money Buys Sports Towels, Christmas Lights, Jingles

Posted: 12/29/2011 - Officials in the Florida Panhandle have spent tens of millions of dollars of BP's money on a mix of eye-raising purchases that were meant to help restore the area's tourism industry a year after the Gulf oil spill.

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Preparing for Bowl Game Traffic

Updated: 12/29/2011 - While the tailgating has already started for some, many drivers are still hitting the road for the big game. They want to see Florida State take on Notre Dame.

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Fishing Shark Limits

Updated: 12/29/2011 - New shark fishing limits set for Florida waters

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Jackson County Jail to be History

Updated: 12/28/2011 - The county and area residents look forward to the closing of one chapter in Marianna's history and the start of a new one.

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Senate Seeks to Clarify Law on Barrel Racing Gambling

Posted: 12/28/2011 - With Florida's gambling industry in flux, an influential senator this week filed a bill that would block barrel racing at pari-mutuel facilities and repeal a law allowing some new jai-alai operations.

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Appeals Court: Defamed Business Can't Force Comment Off of the Web

Posted: 12/28/2011 - A website that allows Internet users to post opinions about businesses without regard to whether the "reviews" are true may be "appalling" in its invitation to slander businesses, but it doesn't have to take the post down, an appeals court ruled Wednesday.

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Kmart and Sears Stores May Close

Updated: 12/28/2011 - Those Blue Light shopping specials that so many looked forward to at Kmart over the years, may become a bit harder to find.

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New Community Center Coming to Gadsden

Updated: 12/28/2011 - From an eyesore to life saver, the Gadsden County Sheriff's Office is looking to transform a vacant building, into something that benefits the whole community.

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Temporary Cold Night Shelter Open Tonight

Posted: 12/28/2011 - With low temperatures, in the forecast, to drop to near or below 35 degrees for three or more hours tonight, Wednesday, Dec. 28, a team of area human service agencies, local government and the faith-based community will once again open the temporary cold night shelter.

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Reapportionment, Gambling Highlight Session Agenda

Posted: 12/28/2011 - Florida lawmakers hope to agree on new boundaries for legislative and congressional districts when they open a once-a-decade session devoted to reapportionment next month.

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DJJ Firing Six Over Teen's Death

Updated: 12/28/2011 - The Department of Juvenile Justice announced it has fired the superintendent and assistant superintendent of a detention center where a teen died earlier this year, and will soon fire four other agency employees in connection with the case.

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FDBPR: Local Restaurants with No Violations

Posted: 12/28/2011 - Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation inspectors did not find any sanitation or safety violations in these establishments within the past year.

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Mom and Pop Struggle to Survive

Posted: 12/28/2011 - It was another busy day at the WalMart Supercenter in Marianna. Meanwhile, it was a different story at the shops downtown.

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Local Business Taxes Could Increase

Posted: 12/28/2011 - If you want to do business in Florida, you'll have to pay up. There are state permit fees, a corporate income tax and in many cities and counties, an additional business tax. Lawmakers could consider eliminating that business tax, but not everyone is happy about it.

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Absentee Ballots in the Mail

Posted: 12/27/2011 - Thousands of absentee ballots for the January 31st Republican Primary are being mailed today. Ballots for overseas Florida voters went out earlier this month. An estimated 370-thousand people will vote absentee in Florida. Which means GOP candidates must keep an eye on Florida even as they ramp up efforts in states voting earlier.

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Florida Growth Fund Indeed Growing, Economic Benefits Uncertain

Posted: 12/27/2011 - A move to put state pension money into Florida tech companies has taken off, with the investment increasing six-fold in size in three years and growing to $500 million, but it's still hard to tell if it had its intended effect: boosting the state's economy.

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