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FHP Welcomes 52 New Troopers [SLIDE SHOW]

Posted: 02/07/2013 - Fifty-two new troopers are ready to get to work. The 123rd Basic Recruit Class graduated from the Florida Highway Patrol Academy this morning at the Tallahassee Automobile Museum. Family and friends gathered to celebrate the accomplishment that marks the completion of a demanding 30-week training program that prepares recruits for a career as a Florida State Trooper.

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LCSO Charges 7 in Connection with Organized Theft Ring [SLIDE SHOW]

Posted: 02/07/2013 - In January 2013, the Leon County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by Loss Prevention personnel from both Lowe’s Home Improvement stores in reference to a series of thefts. Property Crimes Detectives were able to confirm that seven individuals had been involved in an organized scheme that defrauded the Lowe’s stores out of more than $5,000.00 dollars.

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TCC Celebrates Youth Day

Posted: 02/07/2013 - Signing Day may be over, but one local community college got a chance to look at some potential academic recruits Thursday.

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Postal Service To End Saturday Delivery In August

Updated: 02/06/2013 - The Postal Service intends to halt Saturday delivery of most mailers, letters and catalogs this summer. Starting in August, they'll only be delivered five days a week instead of six.

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Melody Church Announces First Annual Love Week

Updated: 02/06/2013 - Members of the church vow to donate 2,500 volunteer hours along with $2,500 to several local organizations in Suwannee County. Children to senior citizens will be able to serve our community through this organized week of volunteering.

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Florida Agrees to Pay $7 Million to Avoid Lawsuit

Posted: 02/06/2013 - Xerox Corp. is desperately trying to revive a plan to provide Florida with a unified email system for all state employees, hoping to salvage a $70 million deal that was scuttled by lawmakers this spring.

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State Senate Members Undergo Ethics Training

Updated: 02/06/2013 - Ethics reform has become a hot topic in the Florida Senate. In January, a senate committee passed sweeping ethics reform meant to cut down on the potential influence lobbyists could have on senate members. Wednesday marked the second mandatory day for senators to undergo their ethics training. And while those new reforms have yet to pass the legislature, some senators say, if they do, they'll help restore the public's trust.

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