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FAMU Student Abandoned in Orange Grove at Birth Set to Graduate with Honors

Updated: 04/27/2012 - Known to many in South Florida as “Baby Sam,” Nicholas E. Young was abandoned in an orange grove near Martin County following his birth covered in ant bites. Young, now 22, has reached what he defines as his “greatest accomplishment” to date — earning his college degree in social work.

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Citizens Board Weighs Higher Rate for New Policies

Updated: 04/26/2012 - Homeowners who join the state-backed insurance pool after Jan. 1 could see rates more than 10 percent higher than current premiums under a proposal up for debate by Citizens Property Insurance Corp.'s governing board.

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[UPDATE] FDLE Releases Review of I-75 Crashes from January 2012

Updated: 04/27/2012 - No one acted with any criminal intent, but better communication, fixed signs and more attention a trooper who warned that smoke could quickly roll back on to the interstate might have prevented a massive fatal crash on smoky I-75 in January.

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Enterprise Fla Faulted for Lack of Transparency

Posted: 04/26/2012 - A new government watchdog group says taxpayers should be getting more information about how their money is spent by Enterprise Florida, the state's public-private economic development arm, which spends millions of dollars to create jobs.

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Rubio Elevating Profile Amid VP Speculation

Posted: 04/25/2012 - Sen. Marco Rubio outlined his vision Wednesday of a more muscular American foreign policy, the latest salvo in his effort to elevate his profile as Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney begins his search for a running mate.

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DIA Wants Larger District

Updated: 04/25/2012 - Tallahassee city commissioners decided for now against expanding the downtown district's boundaries despite a plea from the Downtown Improvement Authority.

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TMH Hosts Golden Gala

Updated: 04/25/2012 - The Tallahassee Memorial Hospital hosted its largest fundraiser of the year Wednesday night at the Civic Center.

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Victims Rights Week

Posted: 04/25/2012 - The state is honoring people who protect the rights of victims of sexual and physical abuse.

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Florida Joins the U.S. Supreme Court Arizona Immigration Case


Posted: 04/25/2012 - More than one US Supreme Court Justice expressed concerns today about US citizens being detained under Arizona’s tough immigration law heard by the high court today. Efforts to pass a similar law in Florida failed, but Florida’s Attorney General joined the case, urging the nation’s high court to let states detain suspected immigrants.

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FAMU's Teacher Recruitment Day

Updated: 04/25/2012 - Some college graduates are ready to walk across the stage and right into a classroom.

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Project Snake Eyes

Posted: 04/25/2012 - The state is giving millions of taxpayer dollars to companies and using code names to disguise the giveaways. Project Snake Eyes and Project Bacon are just two of the aliases given to more 300 proposed deals.

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Southerland Appointed to Highway Bill Conference Committee

Posted: 04/25/2012 - Representative Steve Southerland, II announced that Speaker Boehner has appointed him to the conference committee tasked with ironing out differences between the House and Senate on the 2012 Surface Transportation Extension Act.

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Graduation Day Means Big Bucks for Tallahassee Businesses

Updated: 04/25/2012 - Thousands of students are donning their caps and gowns as they prepare to cross the stage this weekend. They'll be celebrating years of hard work and dedication that have now paid off with a degree - But they won't be the only ones.

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Tallahassee City Director Recognized by White House

Updated: 04/25/2012 - Cynthia Barber is being honored in Washington, DC as one of nine individuals recognized as 'Champions of Change' for leadership in sustainability and environmental policy efforts.

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Scott Signs Watered Down Water Bill

Posted: 04/25/2012 - Gov Rick Scott signed into law a measure that makes it easier for cities and counties to use reclaimed water, but includes changes sought by environmental groups to ensure the state will maintain control over the resource.

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