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Tallahassee Man Arrested for 20 Pounds of Marijuana

Updated: 10/17/2011 - The Madison County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force stopped a 2011 Jeep on Interstate 10 for a traffic infraction when investigators detected the odor of marijuana.

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Painted Pony Hosts Fall Fun Day

Posted: 10/17/2011 - The Painted Pony, one of the area’s top horse farms will host its annual Fall Fun Day on Sunday, October 23.

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Dead Newborn Baby Found on Cruise Ship

Updated: 10/17/2011 - The carnival dream returned to Port Canaveral with a few new passengers from the FBI. Investigators spent the day looking for clues after they say a new-born baby was found dead, aboard the ship.

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Fatal Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Accident in Suwannee County

Posted: 10/17/2011 - A 1999 Toyota Camry 4-door, was traveling northbound on County Road 136. Clark Dean Eplin, was standing on the left side of a 1990 EZ-Go golf cart, pushing it northbound on County Road 136.

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Robbery at Tallahassee Gas Station

Posted: 10/17/2011 - TPD officers responded to the Murphy USA Gas Station located at 3501 Apalachee Parkway for a robbery that occurred at approx. 11:43 am today.

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5-Year-Old Boy Hit in Accident

Posted: 10/16/2011 - FHP says that around 7:00 Saturday night, 59-year-old Robert Fleming was driving a 1994 Toyota westbound on SW Leslie Perry Lane when 5-year-old Kyle Davis ran up to the vehicle and was knocked under it.

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Small Aircraft Accident in Saint Augustine

Updated: 10/15/2011 - A 1944 P-51D model Mustang, registration number NL751RB landed on runway 31 of the St. Augustine Airport. Soon after the right side landing gear collapsed. This caused the aircraft to turn clockwise and taxi onto the grassy shoulder.

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Senate Demands Salary from Community Care Agencies

Updated: 10/15/2011 - A Senate committee, angered by the juxtaposition of children's deaths with swelling pay for those overseeing their care, has ordered Florida's 20 community based care lead agencies to provide detailed data on their executives salaries and bonuses.

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Florida Challenges Voting Rights Act

Posted: 10/15/2011 - By law Florida must demonstrate that a new voting law does not have the purpose, and will not have the effect, of discriminating based on race or color. Florida is now arguing that the nearly 40 year old requirement is obsolete.

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Weekly Roundup - No Money, Mo' Problems for Lawmakers

Updated: 10/14/2011 - State lawmakers didn't get far into the week when they heard they would have to close a budget hole of at least $1.3 billion, and probably closer to $2 billion, in the fiscal year that begins July 1

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Pets Perform Tricks to Earn Treats for Humane Society

Posted: 10/14/2011 - Pea Green Solutions, Inc. will be launching “Tricks for Treats,” a Halloween Facebook campaign to raise money for humane societies and animal shelters in the Big Bend area.

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Teamsters File Complaint Ahead of Union Vote

Posted: 10/14/2011 - Five days before ballots go out in an election to decide which union represents Florida's correctional officers in negotiations with the state, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters filed a federal complaint against practices by the state's prison that the organization said amounts to wage theft.

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HOPE Cafe Feeding the Hungry and Homeless

Updated: 10/14/2011 - Florida has a dubious spot in the top five when it comes to families who are struggling to afford enough to eat. United Way volunteers are packing bags of food for the hungry in Tallahassee and serving lunch to the homeless.

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The Charlie Crist Comeback?

Posted: 10/14/2011 - Former Republican Gov. Charlie Crist is getting friendly with prominent Democrats and it's causing speculation that he might return to politics with a new party.

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