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Tallahassee Museum Gets New Florida Panther - SLIDE SHOW

Posted: 04/22/2011 - Spring is a time of fresh beginnings and new arrivals, and the Tallahassee Museum is excited to announce two new additions to the Museum team: a Florida Panther mascot, and a “live” two year old male panther.

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Pensacola Baby Killed After Stroller Struck by Truck

Posted: 04/22/2011 - Police say Shakuriyah Jenkins riding in a double stroller with another young child when they were hit by a 1993 Nissan pickup truck driven by 78-year-old Billy Williams on the evening of April 21.

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Gov. Scott Jokes About Fish Story, Fear of Alligators

Posted: 04/22/2011 - Scott said alligators are his "least favorite" form of Florida wildlife. He said he "didn't want to be that close to them" but later added he'd be "receptive" to shooting one if that would help promote Florida.

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[UPDATE] Florida's War on Prescription Drugs

Posted: 04/22/2011 - The Florida House overwhelmingly approved a plan to curb prescription-drug abuse, after offering a glimpse of how the “epidemic’’ is hitting their communities and families.

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[UPDATE] FHP Reports Serious Wreck on US-221 - SLIDE SHOW

Updated: 04/23/2011 - The Florida Highway Patrol earlier reported a "possible fatality" on US-221 in Taylor County after an 89-year-old woman pulled out in front of a tow truck. The woman, Bessie Green, is expected to survive.

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[UPDATE] Local Pension Reform Passes House Committee

Posted: 04/22/2011 - A new version a House pension package seems to have brought local governments and unions closer together, with opponents of the measure saying the new outline was approaching something both sides could support.

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Panel Okays Judicial Check on Public Hospital Purchases

Posted: 04/22/2011 - With the hospital industry divided on the issue, a House committee on April 21 approved a bill that would require judges to sign off on deals that would shift control of public hospitals to private companies.

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Florida's Medical, Dental Boards Unaware of Crimes

Updated: 04/22/2011 - After 3 years in a federal penitentiary, dentist David Goldston is back in practice in Polk City. He’ll have to fix a lot of teeth to pay off $2 million in tax-fraud penalties, but he doesn’t have to worry about losing his state dental license.

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[UPDATE] Contentious Elections Bill Passes Florida House

Updated: 05/02/2011 - The measure limits when voters can change their addresses at the polls; places new regulations on third-party registration groups; and creates a new panel to set Florida’s presidential preference primary date in hopes of defusing a showdown between state Republicans and the national party.

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Hard Rock Hotel Shooting

Posted: 04/22/2011 - A Tampa police officer is involved in a shooting at a Tampa hotel and casino.

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Baby Found in Bag at Florida Firehouse

Updated: 04/22/2011 - A caller alerted St. Lucie County Fire District officials that a newborn baby was inside a bag left in front of the building.

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Tallahassee Appoints New Aviation Director

Updated: 04/21/2011 - Tallahassee City Manager Anita Favors Thompson today announced the appointment of Sunil Harman as director of the City of Tallahassee’s Aviation Department

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Lane Closures Continue on State Road 267

Posted: 04/21/2011 - Motorists traveling State Road 267 between Rocky Comfort Creek and State Road 20 will encounter temporary lane closures, Monday, April 25, through Friday, April 29.

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BP Earmarks One Billion Dollars for Clean Up

Posted: 04/21/2011 - Oil giant BP will send $1 billion to the federal governments and the five Gulf coast states under an agreement announced Thursday to restore habitat damaged by the Deepwater Horizon spill.

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College Students Fear Elections Bill

Updated: 04/22/2011 - The House is poised to pass legislation aimed at reducing voter fraud this afternoon. The bill forces people who update their voter registration information on Election Day to cast a provisional ballot and college students fear that change would keep their vote from counting.

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Pregnant Inmates' Rights

Updated: 04/21/2011 - Pregnant inmates may soon be guaranteed the ability to wave their arms or grip a bed post while they give birth.

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