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Judge to Decide if Barrel Racing a Good Bet

Posted: 04/10/2012 - A judge began hearing arguments in a gambling-industry battle about whether a North Florida pari-mutuel facility should be allowed to offer betting on rodeo-style barrel racing.

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Fla. Court Snuffs Out $79.2M Award in Tobacco Case

Posted: 04/10/2012 - An appeals court rejected a North Florida jury's call for R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. to pay $79.2 million to the daughter of a dead smoker --- overturning what could have been the largest verdict in a barrage of lawsuits against cigarette makers.

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Florida Pre-K Education

Posted: 04/10/2012 - Florida tops nation in access to prekindergarten, but report raises red flags on quality and funding

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FSU Hands Out Teaching Awards

Posted: 04/10/2012 - The university handed out more than 40 awards in recognition of higher education.

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Scott Launches Re-election Campaign Early

Updated: 04/10/2012 - Floridians won't head to the polls to pick their next governor for another 2 and a half years. But, Rick Scott is making it clear...He intends to run for re-election, and from the looks of things, the campaign is already underway.

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City Tackles the Issue of Bullying

Updated: 04/09/2012 - The city of Tallahassee hosts a youth summit Monday night to combat school violence and bullying. Those that attended the forum tell WCTV why opening a dialog can be a key step.

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Mayors' Summit on Race, Culture and Human Relations

Posted: 04/09/2012 - The Trayvon Martin case has the entire nation talking about race relations. Leaders in Tallahassee say the community must have those kinds of conversations to promote positive change.

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Florida Ranks Last in Pre-K Education

Posted: 04/09/2012 - Florida served more than 164,000 Pre-K students last year, making it first in the nation for access. But a national report released Tuesday casts doubt on the effectiveness of the state’s pre-k education.

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Tyndal Gate

Posted: 04/09/2012 - Tyndall begins construction on new gate

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Crocodiles Make a Comeback in Florida

Posted: 04/08/2012 - The population has multiplied nearly 10-fold since the 1970s. Today, there are more than 1,500 American crocodiles in South Florida.

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VIDEO: Scott Repeals 45 Year Old Ban on Dyeing Bunnies

Updated: 04/09/2012 - Gov. Rick Scott has signed a bill that lifts a 45-year-old ban on the dyeing of bunnies, chicks and other animals. The measure also once again allows the selling of all baby bunnies, chicks and ducklings.

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