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Florida Man Pleads Guilty to Gouging Wife's Eyes

Posted: 04/20/2011 - Eugene Roman gouged out his eyes while serving a 364-day sentence for attacking his wife and police officers inside the couple's home in 2005. He was released early when his wife agreed to take him back.

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Juvenile Jail Break

Updated: 04/20/2011 - Teen escapes Youth Detention Center for the second time in two months.

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Gulf Waters Open for Fishing

Posted: 04/20/2011 - The Federal Government announces that fishing can resume in all Gulf waters.

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Visit Florida Launches New Website

Updated: 04/20/2011 - Governor Rick Scott and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam today helped VISIT FLORIDA®, the state’s official tourism marketing corporation, announce the launch of their new FishingCapital.com website.

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Early Voting May Change in Florida

Posted: 04/19/2011 - More than half of all votes in the 2008 election were cast early or by absentee, but legislation to be considered this week in Tallahassee would cut early voting down from two weeks to six days, among other changes.

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[UPDATE] Locals Look to McDonald's For Jobs

Posted: 04/20/2011 - McDonald's Corp., seeking to change the stereotype that working in fast food is a dead end, is holding a hiring blitz. They were looking to fill 50,000 job on April 19th.

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Scott Tours Panama City on Oil Spill Eve

Posted: 04/19/2011 - One year ago tomorrow (4-20), a busted oil pipe in the Gulf of Mexico killed sea life and scared tourists away from Florida beaches. Today, Florida’s fishing and tourism industry is starting to rebound and the governor and state cabinet are trying to spread the word that Florida’s beaches are safe.

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Advocate for Florida State

Posted: 04/19/2011 - Advocate for Florida State offers tips and up to date information on legislation that will directly impact the university.

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FAMU is Teaming Up with Shriners for Diabetes Classic

Updated: 04/19/2011 - FAMU is teaming up with the Prince Hall Shriners to educate the community about diabetes. Together they will host the annual diabetes classic which will take place on October 1st when the Rattlers football team take on Delaware State.

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[UPDATE] Leon Co. Commissioner Vice Chair Target of Civil Lawsuit

Updated: 04/19/2011 - The court has dismissed a case against Leon County Commissioner Akin Akinyemi. A woman under the name of "Jane Doe" filed a civil suit against Akin Akinyemi claiming "emotional distress" after she says she tested positive for herpes.

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Fatal Accidents Declining in Gadsden County

Updated: 04/20/2011 - In 2006 there were 24 traffic fatalities, 2007 there were 13, 2008 there were 21, 2009 there were 12, 2010 there were 9 and so far in 2011 there are only 2, according to a release by the Gadsden County Sheriff's Office.

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Tallahassee Man Sentenced to 30 Years Prison for Burglary and Theft

Posted: 04/19/2011 - Joseph Atkins, 31, had been charged with the burglary and theft back on June 2, 2009, after a home break-in was reported in Northwest Leon County. The burglary happened in broad daylight, while the victim was taking classes at school and while many people in the neighborhood were away at work.

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