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Governor Scott Reminds Floridians To Stay Alert, Potential Hazards Still Exist

Posted: 08/26/2012 - As Tropical Storm Isaac moves past the Florida Keys and into the Gulf of Mexico, Governor Rick Scott encourages residents and visitors statewide to stay vigilant as the storm is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane. The Florida panhandle remains in the cone of potential impact.

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Crist Backs Obama in Latest Move Away From GOP

Updated: 08/26/2012 - From the "man hug" to full embrace, former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist on Sunday urged voters to support President Barack Obama in the crucial swing state where the Democratic incumbent and Republican candidate Mitt Romney remain in a razor thin race.

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Isaac Shuts Down Convention Monday

Posted: 08/25/2012 - With Tropical Storm Isaac bearing down on Florida, Republican leaders Saturday night called off the party's national convention activities scheduled for Monday in Tampa.

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Governor Scott Cancels Sunday and Monday RNC Activities

Updated: 08/25/2012 - “As Tropical Storm Isaac approaches Florida and the possibility of hurricane strength conditions becoming more likely for the Keys and Panhandle, I have made the decision to cancel my speech on Monday night at the Republican National Convention and will also cancel my other scheduled convention-related activities on Sunday and Monday, so that I can respond to storm-related matters.

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FL Officials: Save Receipts, Prepare Financial Records As Storm Nears

Posted: 08/25/2012 - Florida Chief Financial Officer and State Fire Marshal Jeff Atwater today urged Floridians to continue to monitor Tropical Storm Isaac and prepare to “Protect their Home Base” including taking the necessary financial and fire safety precautions to weather the storm.

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Free Seminar Boosts Confidence and Job Prospects

Posted: 08/25/2012 - A free seminar for local women is boosting confidence as well as job prospects. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates found out how image can make all the difference.

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Car and Motorcycle Crash Leaves One Dead

Updated: 08/25/2012 - A motorcycle and car crash leaves one dead Friday at 9pm in St. John County. 55-year-old David Krantz was traveling south on state road A1A.

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Florida Keeps Eye on Isaac

Updated: 08/24/2012 - State Officials are keeping a mindful eye on Tropical Storm Isaac as it could potentially hit Florida. The state activated its emergency operations center on Thursday August 23, 2012 because of Tropical Storm Isaac

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[UPDATE] Progress Energy to Work with Secret Service, Emergency Mgmt. Officials

Posted: 08/24/2012 - Progress Energy Florida, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, is preparing to mobilize more than 1200 off-system line and tree personnel to assist company crews if Tropical Storm Isaac affects its service territory. With the Republican National Convention (RNC) beginning Sunday in the Tampa Bay area, Progress Energy Florida is coordinating with the Secret Service, local emergency management organizations, and others to help monitor the event that is bringing more than 50,000 visitors to the area.

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Fraud Investigations Lead to Seven Arrests in Leon County

Updated: 08/24/2012 - Sheriff Larry Campbell says a fraud ring has been dismantled in Leon County. Sheriff Campbell stated, “These investigations were brought to our attention by vigilant employees in the loss prevention sections of our local Wal-Mart and Sam’s Club stores. Their diligence coupled with good information sharing, surveillance and hard work from the detectives uncovered and resolved several crimes at once.”

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FSU Football Fans Advised to Arrive Early, Behave Responsibly

Posted: 08/24/2012 - As the Florida State University Seminoles gear up for the first of seven home football games this season, FSU police are reminding football fans that their own game-day strategies should include getting an early start to Doak Campbell Stadium and being on their best behavior.

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Tallahassee Man Dies From Injuries in Crash

Updated: 08/24/2012 - A Tallahassee man dies two weeks after crashing his car on West Tharpe Street. Police say Steve Cantrell died Saturday from his injuries.

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State Judge Rejects Teacher Evaluation Rule

Posted: 08/24/2012 - Siding with two teachers and a union, a state judge found Wednesday that Florida education officials did not properly carry out part of a 2011 law that has fueled a long-running controversy about linking teacher performance and pay.

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