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Bloodhounds Get Extra Training to Help Fight Crime

Updated: 09/12/2012 - They're man's best friend and a crime fighter's too. Bloodhounds and law enforcement officers from across the country are at the Florida Public Safety Institute to undergo training.

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Mosquito Buzz: Three Area Horses Test Positive for EEE

Updated: 03/01/2013 - Mosquito-borne disease in Leon County has increased. Two horses living within a mile of each other near the Fort Braden area and Highway 20 have tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus (EEE) in the last two weeks.

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Derobing the Supreme Court

Updated: 09/12/2012 - For the first time in state history there is an organized effort to kick three Supreme Court Justices off the bench. A 2010 ruling on a health care ballot question is at the center of a scheme to reshape Florida's Supreme Court.

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Doubling Down on Nuclear Energy

Updated: 09/12/2012 - Florida's two largest power companies have some very expensive plans to double down on nuclear energy. But first, state regulators have to sign off, and as Troy Kinsey explains, nuclear's track record could make for a difficult sell.

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Gas Costs on the Rise-- Even for the State

Updated: 09/11/2012 - If you think your gas bill is high, check out what the State of Florida spends for fuel...50 million dollars from July last year through June this year. Rising gas prices may force the state to rethink how many vehicles it puts on the road.

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Fewer Florida Teens Smoking

Updated: 09/11/2012 - Tobacco use in teens in Georgia is down this year, and now the numbers show the same goes among Florida teens.

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State Welcomes South Korean Dignitaries

Posted: 09/10/2012 - Officials from the Florida Department of Management Services (DMS) welcomed government procurement officials from the Republic of South Korea today to share ideas about public procurement processes and technology and to compare purchasing policies and practices with South Korea.

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Gov.Scott talks Education

Posted: 09/08/2012 - Gov. Rick Scott will be touring schools across Florida to talk to teachers, students and parents about improving education.

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Citizens Approves Incentives for Private Insurers

Posted: 09/08/2012 - The governing board of the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corp. has approved a proposal to provide more than $300 million in incentive money for private insurers to relieve them of thousands of policies.

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As Obama, Romney Look for an Edge, Jobless Intrude

Updated: 09/08/2012 - The presidential contest is defined anew by joblessness, and GOP challenger Mitt Romney is concentrating on the economy while President Barack Obama seeks to play to his strengths, with top aides all but daring their rival to engage in a debate over Medicare.

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Prostate Cancer and Testing Recommendations

Updated: 09/07/2012 - WCTV is committed to the fight against cancer. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and doctors are taking the time to tell men how a simple test could save lives.

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Sidewalk Sale Raises Money to Fight Juvenile Diabetes

Posted: 09/07/2012 - A local grocery store chain is looking to fight juvenile diabetes. Fresh Market is organizing a 'Sidewalk Sale'. The supermarket is cooking up hot dogs and hamburgers to sell to customers.

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