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Cold Snap Causes Little Added Damage to Already Hit Crops

Posted: 12/29/2010 - Temperatures dropped to near freezing Wednesday morning in Florida’s citrus belt but didn’t get low enough to do substantial additional damage to an agricultural industry that took at least a $273 million hit from freezes earlier in December.

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Large Male Bear Found Dead Near Holt; FWC Seeks Shooter

Updated: 12/29/2010 - A large male bear was shot and killed Tuesday night and the carcass was discovered near Holt in Okaloosa County. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) law enforcement officers are asking the public’s help in identifying the person or people involved.

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Street Closure Information for Tuesday's Jan 4th Inaugural Parade

Posted: 12/29/2010 - Tues Jan 4th Monroe St. will be closed between E. Jefferson St. and E. Gaines St. and Apalachee Pkwy will be closed from Monroe St. to Franklin Blvd. from 9:30 am – 12noon for the Inaugural Ceremony at the Old Capitol Building.

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Chimney Fire Damages Local Home

Posted: 12/29/2010 - Today (12/29) at 12:56pm, 6 units from the Tallahassee Fire Department responded to a reported chimney fire in the 100 Block of Buck Lake Trail.

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Florida Woman Strangled by Massager

Posted: 12/29/2010 - A South Florida doctor has died after authorities say she was accidentally strangled by a electronic neck massager on Christmas Eve.

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FHP: Increased DUI Enforcement

Posted: 12/29/2010 - The Florida Highway Patrol will be conducting saturation patrols on December 31, 2010, throughout the eight counties: Taylor, Madison, Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Franklin, and Liberty.

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Slain Girl's Fairy Tale

Updated: 12/29/2010 - A fairy tale dreamed up by a 6-year-old Florida girl before she was killed in a horrific shooting rampage at her home has come to life in a new children's book.

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FWC Announces Blue Crab Trap Area Closure

Posted: 12/29/2010 - The harvest of blue crabs from traps will not be allowed from Jan. 5 through Jan. 14 in all waters of Franklin County west to the Florida-Alabama border, except all waters of the Ochlockonee River and Ochlockonee Bay.

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DCA: AG Dept. Must Clarify Gas Price Gouging Rules

Posted: 12/29/2010 - Florida agriculture officials overseeing the state's price gouging laws must tell ExxonMobil whether the law intended to protect consumers from skyrocketing gas prices following natural disasters applies to them and other wholesalers.

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Scott Names Prisons, Disaster Chiefs

Posted: 12/29/2010 - Gov.-elect Rick Scott on Tuesday (12/29) named an Indiana prisons official to head Florida’s system and turned to the world’s largest company for the high profile job of the state’s emergency management director, making his first two agency head appointments.

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DCA Sends Sign Language Query to Rights Commission

Posted: 12/29/2010 - The Florida Human Relations Commission must determine whether a Hialeah hospital meets the legal definition of a public establishment so it can be determined whether it should have provided a sign language interpreter to a deaf patient, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday.

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Miami, Tampa Home Prices at Rock Bottom?

Posted: 12/29/2010 - Housing prices in Miami and Tampa hit their lowest levels in October since home prices started their downward cascade in 2006, providing more bad economic news in a state where recovery is sputtering behind the rest of the nation.

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Recovery Slow Through 2011, Estimates Forecast

Posted: 12/28/2010 - Florida’s economic recovery won’t be a walk in the park but a slog through the weeds in 2011 as a dismal construction sector, tight credit, and wary consumers only reluctantly regain their pre-recession confidence, economists agree.

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Local Businesses Bring in Cold Hard Cash

Updated: 12/28/2010 - When the temps dip below freezing, it takes a toll on everyone. Airports shut down, cars stall, and our way of life is frozen so-to-speak, but when others are shivering cold- some businesses are heating up.

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Scott's Split Sentencing

Updated: 12/29/2010 - Florida has one of the largest prison populations in the nation, and it's no surprise why. Our sentencing laws are among the nation's strictest. But now, Governor-elect Scott says the system is way too expensive to maintain.

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