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Hackers Swipe Nearly 300,000 Student Records from Florida College Database

300,000 Student Records Hacked from Florida School Database

Updated: 10/17/2012 - Tallahassee, FL - Officials at Northwest Florida State College are reporting a massive security breach involving nearly 300,000 records in the school's computer systems that contains names, Social Security and bank routing numbers of students, teachers, staff and retirees.

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New Student Achievement Goals Are Based on Race

Updated: 10/17/2012 - The Florida Board of Education has set new goals for students based on their race. The board has a higher bar for Asian and white students, and sets less lofty goals for Hispanic and black students. Critics of the plan call the different standards demoralizing.

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Bikers Raised Thousands to Help Fight Breast Cancer

Updated: 10/16/2012 - Hundreds of bikers wearing pink hit the road Sunday, raising money to fight breast cancer. About 200 hundred bikes came out for the 11th annual Chrome Divas Poker Run.

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Tallahassee Bucking Gas Prices Trend

Updated: 10/16/2012 - The average price for a galon of regular gas is on the rise in the Southeast, but residents aren't feeling the squeeze in Tallahassee.

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Softball Sized Mystery Eyeball Appears to be From Swordfish

Mystery Eyeball Miami Swordfish

Updated: 10/15/2012 - St. Petersburg, FL - After examining an eye found on a south Florida beach this week, researchers from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) believe the specimen came from a swordfish.

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FSU Celebrates Disability Awareness Week

FSU Disability Awareness Week

Updated: 10/16/2012 - Florida State University will celebrate its longstanding commitment to ensuring that people with disabilities have access to and are included in its life and activities during 'Disability Awareness Week: Celebrating Four Decades of Access', taking place Oct. 15-18.

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Religious and Educational Leaders Speak Out Against Hazing

Posted: 10/14/2012 - religious and education leaders in Tallahassee spoke out Sunday against hazing. Interim Florida A&M President Larry Robinson joined Reverend Doctor R.B Holmes Jr. as part of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church's first Anti-Hazing Day. Robinson says while the University has been in the news lately because of hazing, he believes the University is moving in the right direction.

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Health of Teen Hurt in Suwannee County Crash Improves

Posted: 10/14/2012 - A one car accident occurred on County Rd 249 south of County Road 132 in Suwannee County at 12:45 am on October 3, 2012. The accident claimed the life of the driver, Jonathan Michael Matthews, age 21 of Live Oak, FL. One passenger, Dillon Wayne Gardner, age 18, also of Live Oak, FL is listed in critical condition at Shands Hospital at the University of Florida.

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Teens Learn to Stop the Violence

Updated: 10/13/2012 - Some local teens are learning new habits and ways to stop the violence. Helping-Hand2 hosted its inaugural Teen Violence Prevention Summit. About 40 teens between the ages of 14 and 18 from Duval and Leon Counties participated in the event. The summit focused on ways to reduce violence among teens who are in high risk environments.

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Shopping Fundraiser Helps Out Veterans Village

Updated: 10/11/2012 - Shoppers at Market Square got a chance to give back to some veterans in need. Ten Thousand Villages at Market Square hosted a fundraiser for Tallahassee's Veterans Village. A portion of all the proceeds collected from Thursday evening's sales would go to the Veterans Village.

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FAMU President Search Focus Group

Updated: 10/12/2012 - Tallahassee, FL - Florida A&M wants to know what the community is looking for in a new president.

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