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Little Kids, Big Hearts

Updated: 05/25/2012 - Call it a special delivery. Some local third graders dropped off two quilts they made for the fire department.

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Florida Unemployment Compensation Draws Complaint

Posted: 05/24/2012 - Two legal groups say Florida's violating federal law with procedural barriers that deprive thousands of jobless workers from receiving unemployment compensation

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95210: Health by the Numbers

Posted: 05/24/2012 - David Huang, M.D., a Tallahassee pulmonologist in private practice and director of a local sleep diagnostic center, kicks off the first in a series of monthly awareness campaigns for Health by the Numbers: 95210

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Judge to Weigh Prison Health Privatization

Posted: 05/24/2012 - Eight months after a judge tossed out a controversial prison-privatization plan, attorneys will argue next week about the constitutionality of a state decision to contract with companies to provide inmate health care.

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Stand Your Ground Drawing Public Interest

Posted: 05/24/2012 - As policymakers study the controversy surrounding the "stand your ground" self defense law, the issue is drawing interest from a broad swath of the general public.

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Rick Scott Vetoes Early Prison Release Bill

Posted: 05/24/2012 - Florida now has the nation's third-*largest prison system...With more than one-hundred-thousand inmates. That's roughly double the size it was 25 years ago, before tough-on-crime lawmakers passed a mandate that prisoners serve at least 85 percent of their sentence. Now, legislators are re-thinking that mandate, but they're having a tough time overcoming opposition from Governor Scott.

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Royal Flush: Sanitation Prices on the Rise

Updated: 05/23/2012 - We can't live without it, but water is becoming more costly in Tallahassee. So is the price of sewer service. In our special report, "Royal Flush", we take a closer look at that cost.

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RNC Canceled in Hurricane Drill

Updated: 05/23/2012 - A worst case scenario training exercise left emergency workers no choice but to cancel The Republican National Convention. The path of the fictional hurricane made landfall just north of Tampa on the second day of the RNC. The convention is still on, but if the scenario plays out Governor Rick Scott will have his hands full.

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Lawsuit Alleges Toxic Exposure at Prison in Florida

Updated: 05/23/2012 - More than 160 current and former employees and family members are suing the federal prison agency over ailments they blame on exposure to toxins at an electronics recycling facility at a penitentiary in the Florida Panhandle.

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