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Gaetz Proposes Moving Redistricting Process Timeline

Posted: 08/31/2011 - The Legislature could consider a constitutional amendment to change the timeline for redistricting votes in an effort to address a barrage of criticism lawmakers have heard as they have traveled across Florida, Senate Reapportionment Chairman Don Gaetz said Tuesday.

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Elex Commission Finds Probable Cause in Siplin Case

Updated: 08/31/2011 - The state's elections commission said it found probable cause to believe Sen. Gary Siplin violated state elections laws in what the Democratic senator's lawyer said were essentially "bookkeeping errors."

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Officer Bitten

Updated: 08/31/2011 - Authorities say a police officer was knocked down and bitten by a man who had been asked to leave a homeless shelter.

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UF: Consumer Confidence Drops in August

Posted: 08/31/2011 - Mounting fear over the nation's economic health both in the short run and the long term dragged down consumer confidence in Florida, which in August fell to the near record low posted at the bottom of the housing bust.

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Jimbo Fisher Talks to Quarterback Club About the Upcoming Season

Updated: 08/31/2011 - Saturday afternoon the Noles kick off the 2011 season against Louisiana-Monroe. For Jimbo Fisher, it'll be a chance to cement himself as one of the top young coaches in the game. WCTV spoke with Fisher before he addressed the Tallahassee Quarterback Club tonight.

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Conceal Carry Gun Owners Revealed

Updated: 08/31/2011 - A bill to loosen conceal carry restrictions drew dozens of police officers and sheriff’s deputies to Tallahassee this past legislative session.

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Teacher Salaries a Victim of Budget Cuts

Posted: 08/30/2011 - On average, school districts have raised the minimum pay for a teacher by 1 percent in the last four years, according to newly released data by the Florida Department of Education

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National Catastrophe Fund?

Posted: 08/30/2011 - Hurricane Irene is the tenth billion dollar storm in the US so far this year, the most in recorded history. At one point 12 states were in a state of emergency as Irene moved up the east coast. Supporters of a national catastrophe fund say the widespread destruction highlights the need for national protection.

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[UPDATE] Greensboro Police Chief and Wife Arrested

Posted: 08/31/2011 - Greensboro Police chief Timothy Hall and his wife Marsha Hall are arrested after a Sunday night argument over a Monday morning doctors appointment. Tim told police the argument continued outside and she ran him over with a jeep.

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[UPDATE] Local High School Football Coach Reinstated

Posted: 08/31/2011 - A local high school football coach is suspended after being accused of shoving a player during practice. Principal Hanna says Williams has been reinstated and will return to practice today.

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FSU to Lead Consortium in BP-Funded Oil Spill Research Initiative

Updated: 08/30/2011 - The nation will be looking to Florida State University and its expertise in the marine sciences as it studies the long-term aftereffects and changes in the Gulf of Mexico following last year’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill.

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Continued Dryness, Continued Risk

Posted: 08/30/2011 - Few of us would argue that wildfire is a year round threat in Florida. Heavy coastal winds, low humidity, continuing dry conditions, and frequency of rainfall are a few of the elements that contribute to this risk

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Are You Ready for the Downtown GetDown?

Posted: 09/01/2011 - Kick off your football weekends with Tallahassee's favorite Friday-night tradition from 6 to 10 p.m. on Adams Street Commons. We have a list of roads closed that evening.

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A Change of Neighborhood for Gov. Scott

Posted: 08/30/2011 - When Gov. Rick Scott moved to Tallahassee earlier this year, he settled into a neighborhood quite different than the Naples address where he has lived for the past seven years. His Naples neighborhood is almost 98 percent white.

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Florida Trio Arrested in Georgia, Charges Pending

Updated: 08/30/2011 - Charges for the trio are pending in Gadsden County, Florida for the attempted burglary of the Southside Business Park and the recovery of a stolen Caterpillar bulldozer located off of Tennell Road in Midway, Florida.

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