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Community Welcomes Home Vets

Posted: 01/29/2012 - For many veterans, some of the toughest battles they fight are back at home.

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Early Voting Totals for Leon Co. In

Updated: 01/29/2012 - With the Republican Presidential Primary only two days away, some of the early voting totals for Leon County are already in.

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Vigil Remembers Child Killed in Crash

Updated: 01/28/2012 - Dozens gathered inside a church on North Monroe Street Saturday to remember the life of a 5-year-old boy police say was killed by a drunk driver.

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Obama Taps Father of Fallen Tallahassee Soldier to Lead Command

Posted: 01/28/2012 - President Barack Obama has nominated a U.S. Marine general from Boston to be the next commander of the military's Southern Command. His 29-year-old son, Lt. Robert M. Kelly of Tallahassee, Fla., was killed Nov. 9, 2010, in Helmand province.

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City Hosts Energy Expo

Updated: 01/28/2012 - City officials and community leaders were out in the Indianhead-Lehigh area Saturday for their Neighborhood Reach program.

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Florida House Rolls Out Nearly $69.2 Billion Budget

Updated: 01/28/2012 - The Florida House is proposing a nearly $69.2 billion state budget for the coming year that calls for higher college tuition and state worker layoffs while including more money for schools.

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Weekly Round Up: Political Stumps and Maps

Posted: 01/27/2012 - Florida became Ground Zero this week as Republican candidates flocked to the state and flooded the airwaves in preparation for what could be a pivotal presidential primary on Tuesday.

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Hazardous Materials Awareness Week Declared

Posted: 01/27/2012 - The week of January 22-28, 2012 was proclaimed as Hazardous Materials Awareness Week by the North Central Florida Regional Planning Council at their meeting on January 26, 2012.

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BP Emails Reveal Company Veiling Spill Rate

Posted: 01/27/2012 - BP officials warned in an internal email conversation that if the well was not protected by the blow-out preventer at the drill site, crude oil could burst into the Gulf of Mexico at a rate of 3.4 million gallons a day, an amount a million gallons higher than what the U.S. government ultimately estimated spilled daily from the site.

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State Wants Bee Regulations Gone

Posted: 01/27/2012 - Florida may soon tell local governments that they can no longer place restrictions on beekeepers. Local ordinances have cropped up as the number of beekeepers has tripled, and industry experts say local ordinances are actually putting local residents at risk of dangerous bee stings.

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No Junk Food on Welfare

Updated: 01/31/2012 - Junk food may soon be off limits for folks on food stamps in Florida. That proposal is making progress in the state senate and making waves at grocery stores all over the state.

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Former Foster Youth Face Cut

Posted: 01/27/2012 - Only three percent of kids aging out of Florida’s foster care system receive a college degree. The state pays their tuition and offers a stipend for living expenses until they turn 23. Advocates say it’s helping, but the stipend is under attack as state lawmakers try to balance the budget with two billion fewer dollars.

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