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Haunted Hospital

Posted: 10/20/2011 - Hospital officials converted the hospital's old building into a spooktacular scare zone for the first time this year. The theme is "Outbreak: Experience the Epidemic.

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Green Energy Exemption

Updated: 10/20/2011 - Going green can cost a lot of green. Installing a solar panel on a typical home can run in upwards of 30-thousand dollars. That's not the only bill you'll have to pay. Meanwhile, lawmakers could be about to tell the tax man to back off.

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Internet Café Ban Legislation

Posted: 10/19/2011 - They may or may not be legal, but no one has completely kicked internet cafes out of the state… at least not yet.

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A 13 Year Fight For Justice

Updated: 10/19/2011 - A 31-year-old man who was awarded million for injuries caused by a speeding sheriff’s deputy in 1998 is still waiting for justice 13 years later. Eric Brody was just 18 when the crash confined him to a wheelchair, but he is caught between warring politicians and an insurance company that wants to pay far less than a jury ordered.

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Vegas Style Resorts to Call Sunshine State Home?

Updated: 10/19/2011 - Legislation paving the way for Vegas-Style Casino resorts is expected to be filed in Tallahassee later this week. The Senate President is promising a vote on the bill in his chamber, but casinos face a tougher battle in the House. International casino corporations are already making investments in Florida in anticipation of the bill passing.

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Breast Cancer Survivors in FL Legislature Celebrate Stories of Hope

Posted: 10/19/2011 - Members and staff of the Florida House of Representatives wore pink on Wednesday, October 19, at the suggestion of two breast cancer survivors who serve in the Florida Legislature and who sought to call attention to Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Gov. Scott Tours Kennedy Space Center

Posted: 10/19/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott, Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll, CFO Jeff Atwater and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam took a bus to the Kennedy Space Centers Operations and Checkout Building.

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'Racial Protection...Paramount' in New Maps, Panel Says

Posted: 10/19/2011 - The Senate panel charged with redrawing the state's political boundaries ordered its staff to keep minority districts intact as much as possible in northeastern and north-central portions of Florida as it continued laying out the broad contours for its redistricting plan.

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FSU College of Medicine Awarded Maximum Accreditation Status

Updated: 10/19/2011 - The FSU College of Medicine has been granted a maximum eight-year accreditation by the sanctioning body of U.S. medical schools. Florida State becomes the first new medical school of the 21st century to be reaccredited.

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TCC Gearing Up For Fall Job Fair

Posted: 10/19/2011 - With thousands of job-seekers in Tallahassee looking for work, standing out in a pool of applicants and finding the right job can, sometimes, be a daunting task. Enter Tallahassee Community College’s Center Center.

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FHP Trooper in Oct. Crash Dies

Updated: 12/31/2011 - A Florida Highway Patrol trooper was taken to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital after an accident on I-10, according to a spokesperson with FHP.

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Scott Prepares Higher Education Policy

Posted: 10/19/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott is pressing state universities to provide him with detailed information on how they meet workforce needs and the performance of top earners in the state university system in preparation for a much-anticipated higher education policy proposal.

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Senate President Again Pushes Brody Claims Bill

Posted: 10/19/2011 - Calling for "finality and justice,'' Senate President Mike Haridopolos promised to renew his push to help a man who suffered debilitating injuries in a 1998 car crash with a Broward County sheriff's deputy.

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Substance Abuse Diversion Bill Passes First Hurdle

Updated: 10/19/2011 - A House proposal to ramp up drug rehabilitation for a select group of nonviolent offenders raised concerns with sheriffs, who squared off against business groups over how to cuts costs while maintaining public safety.

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Pirated Music Bill Advances

Updated: 10/19/2011 - Saying that musical bootlegging is costing the state millions in lost tax revenue, the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee approved a measure (HB 189) making it easier for the music industry to seek restitution from pirates.

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