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Citizens Rates Could Skyrocket

Updated: 05/17/2012 - On the eve of hurricane season, Citizens, the state run insurer of last resort, is considering dramatic rate increases to try and make private insurance companies more attractive and lessen the risk for taxpayers.

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Jackson County Residents Honor Fallen Officers

Updated: 05/17/2012 - It's been more than five years since Jackson County deputies lost two of their co-workers in a shoot-out. This morning, the law enforcement community honored them.

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High School Recycle Video Seen by Hundreds

Posted: 05/16/2012 - Some local students mixed their hobby with a community message, creating a web video seen by hundreds. They're trying to get people to go green.

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Poverty in America

Updated: 05/16/2012 - The face of homelessness in America is changing, as more and more people struggle with poverty

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Government is Largest Employer in Most Florida Counties

Posted: 05/16/2012 - Leon County's two largest employers – state government itself and Florida State University – are government entities. The Leon County schools are the third largest, and the city of Tallahassee, the county itself and Florida A&M University are also in the top 10 for the county.

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Lobbying Firms Get Big Paydays

Posted: 05/16/2012 - With an early legislative session speeding up action in the Capitol, at least three lobbying firms collected more than $1 million in fees during the first three months of the year, according to new reports.

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High Speed Broadband Coming to Rural North Florida

Posted: 05/16/2012 - Main Street Broadband, which provides Internet service to communities in Southern Georgia and North Florida, has signed an agreement to become the first commercial retailer of high-speed broadband Internet service powered by the North Florida Broadband Authority.

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Lowering the Bar: Education Board Changes FCAT Scoring

Posted: 05/16/2012 - To avoid a precipitous drop in student scores the Florida Board of Education lowered the passing grade on a statewide writing test in an effort to insulate schools from a decline that would affect school funding.

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Uncle Luke Denied Job

Posted: 05/16/2012 - Florida judge says rapper Campbell should coach

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Triumph Over Tragedy

Posted: 05/15/2012 - Monticello based attorney David Collins lost his wife of 31 years when she was killed back in July of 2011. This is the story of how he took his grief into the boxing ring.

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