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Oil Prices Inch Up

Posted: 09/18/2011 - Oil prices increased slightly this week after reports showed Tropical Storm Lee caused U.S. stockpiles of crude oil to decrease approximately 3 million barrels after refineries in the Gulf of Mexico were forced to evacuate.

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Navy Sailor Beaten in Orange County

Updated: 09/18/2011 - Reports say that two men beat 23-year-old Robert Turritto in Orange County, Florida around 6:00 a.m. Saturday.

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'Noles Lose to Top Ranked Sooners 23-13

Updated: 09/20/2011 - Kenny Stills reached high to grab a 37-yard touchdown pass from Landry Jones midway through the fourth quarter for the tiebreaking score, and Oklahoma's defense made the lead stand as the top-ranked Sooners beat No. 5 Florida State 23-13 on Saturday night.

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Southerland Commemorates Constitution Day

Posted: 09/17/2011 - Representative Steve Southerland, II issued a statement today in recognition of Constitution Day, which marks the 224th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution.

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Disney Fined for Safety Violations in Park Death

Posted: 09/17/2011 - A federal agency has cited Disney with three safety citations totaling $69,000 related to the death of a mechanic who died in March while doing work on a ride at its Animal Kingdom park.

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U.S. Marshalls Training

Updated: 09/17/2011 - The marshals from Northwest Florida and Alabama who came to Friday's training exercise in Wausau started on the firing range.

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Murderer's Parole Angers Family

Posted: 09/17/2011 - Until the early 1990s, a life sentence in Florida didn't really mean life behind bars; it meant at least 25 years. Now the state parole commission is under fire because of a tentative vote to release one man convicted of three murders and sentenced to seven life sentences. The victim's family is fighting back.

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Illegal Immigrant Tuition

Posted: 09/17/2011 - With a diverse population and a key spot on the map, Florida's been called 'the gateway to the world'. So, it should come as no surprise that its also home to countless illegal immigrants. Despite their status, many of them are attending our state colleges and universities - and paying top dollar to do so.

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FSU's Spirit Drum: A Gameday Tradition

Updated: 09/18/2011 - The Florida State Spirit Drum has been a gameday tradition for more than 30 years, and tonight its drum beat will last all night long.

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Wild and Woolly

Posted: 09/16/2011 - An FSU Geochemistry professor and a team of researchers have uncovered fossils of the oldest known species of woolly rhino.

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Weekly Roundup: Fall is in the Air

Posted: 09/16/2011 - Despite the return of summer temperatures, fall was definitely in the air this week with thoughts turning to upcoming committee hearings, presidential primaries and new budgets as agency heads prepared for yet another tight-fisted session

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Temporary Delays on Mahan Drive and Capital Circle NW

Posted: 09/16/2011 - Motorists traveling in the eastbound inside lane of US 90 east of Magnolia Drive will encounter temporary delays Monday, September 19, from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m., will crews from Blankenship Contracting raise manholes.

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Anti-Bullying Task Force Film Screening and Community Discussion

Posted: 09/16/2011 - Florida’s anti-bullying law (HB669) passed in 2008 protects K-12 students and employees from bullying and harassment during all public K-12 programs, sponsored activities, transportation and technological communications.

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Oldest Known Species of Woolly Rhino Uncovered by FSU Scientist

Posted: 09/16/2011 - Yang Wang is known for conducting complex research using highly sophisticated equipment. Yet the Florida State University geochemist also has spent days hiking through the remote outback of Tibet and camping in the foothills of the Himalayas.

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Parole Commish Needs More Staff for Civil Rights

Posted: 09/16/2011 - A change made by Gov. Rick Scott and the Cabinet this year that makes it harder for ex-convicts to get their civil rights restored has increased the workload at the Parole Commission, which says it needs more people to deal with the process.

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