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Man Pleads Guilty in Online Sextortion Plot Using 'Justin Bieber' Ruse

Updated: 08/24/2012 - Christopher Patrick Gunn, age 31, of Montgomery, Alabama, pled guilty today to producing child pornography in connection with an online sextortion scheme that spans the globe, U.S. Attorney George L. Beck, Jr., announced. This case is being investigated by the Montgomery field office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, with assistance from the Alabama Bureau of Investigation, the Prattville (Alabama) Police Department, the Walton County (Florida) Sheriff’s Department, the Biloxi (Mississippi) Police Department, and the Livingston Parish (Louisiana) Sheriff’s Office.

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Effort Afoot to Regain Rejected Millions for Home Visits

Posted: 08/23/2012 - Advocates say the opposition of Florida leaders to the federal health care overhaul threatens to end home visitation programs for 500 at-risk families and lead to 80 employees losing their jobs statewide.

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State Email Transition Comes at Difficult time

Posted: 08/23/2012 - As state emergency managers keep an eye on an approaching Tropical Storm Isaac they'll be communicating, at least for a few hours overnight, without email.

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Florida July Home Sales Up, Prices Rise

Updated: 08/24/2012 - Sales of existing homes rose 9.8 percent in July from a year ago as the state continues a long, steady improvement, according to date released Wednesday by Florida Realtors.

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Rubio: Akin May Cost GOP Seat, Should Get Out

Posted: 08/23/2012 - U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio became the latest Republican to suggest that Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin should have dropped out of the race over comments he made about rape.

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[UPDATE] Tropical Storm Isaac Gets Attention of GOP Convention

Updated: 08/23/2012 - With Tropical Storm Isaac heading into the Caribbean, Florida officials said Wednesday it's too early to tell how the storm may affect the upcoming Republican National Convention slated to begin Monday in Tampa.

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Life After FCAT?

Updated: 08/23/2012 - Governor Rick Scott and the Republican Party of Florida have a new TV commercial touting increased funding for schools and a pledge to stop teaching to the FCAT, but even educators are unsure what the Governor means.

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Car Insurance Rates Climbing

Updated: 08/23/2012 - Across the Sunshine State, auto insurance premiums have been doubling and even tripling, due in no small part to rampant fraud. That's why state lawmakers have passed a measure aimed at reforming the personal injury protection or PIP coverage every driver's required to have. But, as Troy Kinsey explains, even if that happens, you may be surprised by how little you'll be saving.

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