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Florida Drug Problem Could Shift to Heroin

Posted: 09/22/2011 - Authorities are concerned that people who have abused prescription drugs, such as oxycodone, will shift to heroin as a substitute after pill mill crack downs.

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Fl. Teacher Says Tooth Fairy Isn't Real

Updated: 09/22/2011 - When a child loses a tooth -- they often look forward to a visit from the Tooth Fairy. But now a Florida teacher has come under fire for telling his students that the Tooth Fairy isn't real.

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Clemency Decisions

Posted: 09/22/2011 - Four times a year, Governor Scott and the state clemency board get to weigh in. Depending how they vote, convicts can go free and ex-felons can have their civil rights restored.

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Florida, Feds Hammer Out Medicaid Overhaul

Posted: 09/21/2011 - Federal health officials are pushing Florida lawmakers to require private health plans to spend 85 percent of funds on patient care under the Medicaid overhaul.

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Recreational Bay Scallop Season About to Close for 2011

Posted: 09/21/2011 - The 2011 recreational harvest season for bay scallops, which was extended by three weeks this year, will close Monday, Sept.26, with the final day of harvesting being Sunday, Sept. 25.

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Hyperbaric Chamber Helping to Heal

Updated: 09/21/2011 - Hyperbaric chamber is being used for healing Lyme disease, toxic mold poisoning, anemia, autism, and other sicknesses.

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Tallahassee Airport in Survival Mode

Updated: 09/22/2011 - Administrators at the Tallahassee Regional Airport say they are in survival mode. They say they must find and execute a plan to help the airport survive.

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Solar Competition Pits Florida Against World

Posted: 09/21/2011 - Students from five Florida Universities are in Washington, DC competing against other collegiate teams from around the world to design, build and operate a completely sustainable solar house. The Solar Decathlon is a project of the US Department of Energy, and it gives students first hand experience designing and building the world of tomorrow.

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Scott Improves Poll Numbers, Slightly

Posted: 09/21/2011 - A new Quinnipiac Poll shows Governor Rick Scott’s image make-over is working, albeit, slowly. 37 percent of voters now approve of the job the rookie governor is doing. That's 8 points better than his May approval rating. This is the first poll taken since Scott changed his staff, his relationship with the media and his shirt.

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Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day

Updated: 09/21/2011 - Leon County Health Department 's Office of Minority Health invites you to join in promoting, protecting, and improving the health of Florida's communities by supporting this year’s statewide campaign, “Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day,” on Friday, September 30, 2011.

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Lane Closures Continue on Tennessee Street

Posted: 09/21/2011 - The inside lanes on Tennessee Street between Dewey Street and Copeland Street, will be closed, Thursday night, Sept. 22 from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m., while City of Tallahassee crews perform sewer repairs.

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Gov. Scott: 500 New Jobs Coming to Tampa Area

Posted: 09/21/2011 - Governor Rick Scott and Time Warner Chief Financial and Administrative Officer John Martin announce that Time Warner has committed to bring 500 new jobs to the Tampa area for their new shared services center.

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