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Blind Students Sue FSU

Updated: 07/01/2011 - Two blind students are suing Florida State University for what they call discrimination.

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8 Arrested in Madison Drug Round-up

Posted: 07/01/2011 - Madison County Sheriff Ben Stewart reports the Madison County Sheriff's Office Drug Task Force started phase one of a “Round-Up” consisting of numerous persons that warrants for their arrest being obtained.

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Do Not Call List and Telemarketing Top List of Consumer Complaints

Posted: 07/01/2011 - The FL Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services released today the top 10 consumer complaints filed during the last 12 months. The Department received 45,536 complaints in the last year, a 21 percent rise over the previous fiscal year.

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[UPDATE] Local Crews Respond to Storm Damage

Updated: 07/01/2011 - Local city and county crews responded to impacts from severe storms impacting the area this afternoon. Primary impacts included major power outages, which included many out traffic signals.

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[UPDATE] Will Florida Get SunRail?

Updated: 07/01/2011 - The Florida Department of Transportation is announcing the SunRail commuter rail project in central Florida can go forward. FDOT Secretary Prasad says that he will hold local governments and the private sector to their commitments.

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Alvin Brown Taps Tony Hill, Setting Off Scramble For Seat

Posted: 07/01/2011 - Jacksonville Mayor-elect Alvin Brown named state Sen. Tony Hill, D-Jacksonville, to his staff Thursday, setting off a scramble for Hill’s Northeast Florida seat likely to return a former lawmakers to the Capitol.

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GOP Senate Candidates Mostly Agree

Posted: 07/01/2011 - The four Republican candidates for U.S. Senate generally agree on most issues facing the nation, with a couple minor exceptions, and spent most of a debate directing most jabs not at each other but at Democratic incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson, President Obama and former Gov. Charlie Crist.

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UF Mulls Self-Insurance

Posted: 07/01/2011 - In a first for the state, University of Florida President Bernie Machen wants to establish a health insurance program just for university employees to cut costs.

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Out With The Old, In With The New Budget

Updated: 07/01/2011 - Faced with a budget deficit bordering on four billion dollars, the Florida legislature's had to make some tough choices. As the new fiscal year begins today, some of the state's most vulnerable will begin to feel the impact.

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Death Sentence Overturned

Posted: 07/01/2011 - Two men are taken off death row and now face life without parole.

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Gov. Scott Signs First Death Warrant

Updated: 07/01/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott has signed his first death warrant for a man who killed a Coral Gables police officer 33 years ago.

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Man Jailed for Obscene Gesture in Anthony Trial

Updated: 07/01/2011 - Courtroom cameras captured a 28-year-old waiter extending his middle finger toward a prosecutor during the Casey Anthony murder trial, and the man was promptly sentenced to six days in jail.

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Haridopolis: No Drilling Change in Coming Session

Updated: 06/30/2011 - Senate President Mike Haridopolos said Thursday that while he’s in favor of boosting domestic oil drilling, and interested in studying “all options,” the Legislature will not pursue new drilling in near-shore Florida waters in the coming legislative session.

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Gun Range Suicide

Posted: 06/30/2011 - Man commits suicide at gun range

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