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Mother Jailed After Scalding Baby

Posted: 04/29/2012 - Florida authorities say the 2-month-old boy whose mother placed him under scalding water for several minutes has died.

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Residents Tour Cascades Park

Updated: 04/28/2012 - Tallahassee residents got a look at the progress being made to Cascades Park Saturday 4-28-12

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Florida Boy Struck and Killed by SUV

Posted: 04/28/2012 - Police say a 22-month-old boy has died after being run over by an SUV in the parking lot of a Florida high school during a softball game.

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Healthiest Florida Counties

Posted: 04/28/2012 - Rankings are based on health behavior, social and economic factors, clinical care and physical environment.

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Critics Call New Program "Welfare for Homeowners"

Posted: 04/28/2012 - The nation's housing crisis has taken an especially painful toll in Florida. Nearly 200-thousand homes are in foreclosure. Countless others are in danger of being foreclosed many cases because their owners are out of work.

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Pay it Forward Fish Fry

Updated: 04/28/2012 - Hundreds of fish were fried up and chowed down on as people came out to Kleman Plaza Friday 4-27-12 for the Big Bend Homeless Coalition's inaugural 'Pay it Forward Fish Fry."

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FSU Gears Up for Graduation

Updated: 04/27/2012 - About 6200 Noles will be crossing the stage this weekend and receiving their diplomas from FSU.

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FAMU Honors Alumni

Updated: 04/27/2012 - Rattler Nation honored about a dozen of its own Friday 4-27-12

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Warning Signs Won't Come in Time for Fire Season

Updated: 04/27/2012 - Legislative efforts to prevent tragedies like the pileup on I-75 that killed 11 people in January won’t be in place when Florida’s wildfire danger is at its peak.

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Scott Vetoes Florida University Tuition Bill

Updated: 04/27/2012 - Florida Gov. Rick Scott is rejecting a bill that would have let two major universities raise tuition higher than what is currently allowed.

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Florida Judges Face Organized Opposition

Updated: 04/27/2012 - Every six years, Appellate judges in Florida must go before voters to keep their jobs. It is called Merit Retention. This year three Florida Supreme Court judges are before voters, and for the first time there is organized opposition.

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[UPDATE] Scott: Rape Crisis Veto Due to Duplication of Service

Updated: 04/27/2012 - Even as reaction to Gov. Rick Scott's veto of $1.5 million for Florida's rape crisis centers was going viral online, the governor was attending a Crime Victims' Rights Week event hosted by Attorney General Pam Bondi.

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