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Bondi: Online Travel Company Tax Issue Needs to be Settled

Posted: 06/16/2011 - Attorney General Pam Bondi suggested Thursday that the issue of whether online travel bookers should pay taxes on the full amount that customers pay for a room, or the discounted rate, needs to be cleared up after years of legislative inaction.

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Drought, Heat, and Fires

Updated: 06/17/2011 - Florida is under a wildfire state of emergency. Since the beginning of the year, more than three hundred thousand acres have burned and state officials fear the worst may still be ahead.

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Lane Closures Continue on State Road 267

Posted: 06/16/2011 - State Road 267 commuters will continue to encounter daily lane closures from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., Friday, June 16 and Saturday, June 17 while construction crews from C. W. Roberts Contracting resurface the roadway, perform drainage work and construct guardrail between I-10 and State Road (SR) 20

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FSU Advising Center Wins Top National Award

Updated: 06/16/2011 - A unique Florida State University advising program that uses innovative techniques to help undecided students choose a major has won a top national award.

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[UPDATE] Jail Contraband Attempt Fails

Updated: 06/16/2011 - Three Wakulla County Jail inmates and a female suspect outside the jail were charged in a failed contraband scheme Thursday, June 16 at 12:03 a.m. when the female attempted to get the inmates contraband through an open jail window.

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[UPDATE] Gov. Scott Suspends Drug Testing

Updated: 06/17/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott has at least temporarily backed away from requiring drug tests for state workers, putting the plan on hold amid a constitutional challenge.

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New Law Already Part of Growth Debate

Posted: 06/16/2011 - Less than two weeks after Gov. Rick Scott signed an overhaul of Florida’s growth-management system, the law already is playing a part in a dispute about a major development proposal.

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Law Student Has Ideas For Florida Districts

Posted: 06/16/2011 - Nicholas Ortiz drew the plan as part of a class at Columbia that allowed students to use redistricting software to craft maps for several states. Ortiz chose his home state of Florida and proceeded to carve the state into 27 districts that he says would honor the Fair Districts standards and federal law.

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Lightning Ignites Fire in Madison - SLIDE SHOW

Updated: 06/16/2011 - Shortly after 3:00 AM on Thursday, June 16, 2011 residents on the east side of the city of Madison were jolted out of bed by very large lightning bolts.

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Day in The Life of a Forest Ranger

Updated: 06/16/2011 - More than 300-wildfires statewide have division of forestry personnel working non-stop. They're still battling about a dozen fires here in the Panhandle. Being a forest ranger on the front lines can be pretty dangerous.

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Lawmakers Sue Obama over Libya Strikes

Posted: 06/16/2011 - A group of 10 lawmakers say President Obama violated the Constitution in bypassing Congress and using international organizations like the United Nations and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to authorize military force in Libya.

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First Lady Ann Scott, Florida's New Chief Child Advocate

Updated: 06/16/2011 - The Florida Children and Youth Cabinet Wednesday held its first meeting as part of Gov. Rick Scott’s administration, revealing that First Lady Ann Scott will play a lead role as the state’s new Chief Child Advocate.

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School District No Longer in Debt

Updated: 06/15/2011 - Jefferson County is no longer under the state's watchful eye thanks to some very strict financial planning. They got out of severe debt and are now sitting on a cool million.

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Energy Eaters in Your Home

Updated: 06/16/2011 - Some of your most consuming energy eaters could be wasting away when you're not even home.

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