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Lighter Ban Bill

Updated: 11/10/2011 - Across the sunshine state, more teens are lighting up. Studies show the number of Florida high schoolers who admit to trying cigarettes has grown by more than ten percent over the past eight years.

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Marching for Staff Sergeant Miller

Posted: 11/09/2011 - A group of police officers, firefighters and soldiers are running through Florida on a week long journey that will end on Veterans Day. Operation One Voice raises money to help wounded soldiers and the families of those killed in action. This year they’re running for a fallen Medal of Honor recipient whose family lives in Florida.

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Sisters’ Grief Lives On

Posted: 11/09/2011 - Two sisters whose third sibling was murdered 30 years ago have been reliving the details of the crime for the last three months. Thats when they learned the man responsible for their sisters murder was being paroled. In Tallahassee, they found out the parole was going forward.

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Kommunity for a Kause Blood Drive Benefit for Kidz1stFund

Posted: 11/09/2011 - Southeastern Community Blood Center (SCBC) a division of Florida Blood Services, is dedicating Monday, November 14, as Kommunity for a Kause blood drive day. SCBC will be joining Jimbo Fisher and wife, Candi, on their “kwest” to fund a cure for Fanconi anemia.

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Gov. Scott Headed to Israel

Posted: 11/09/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott said he'll go to Israel next month on a trade mission, saying the journeys abroad to drum up business for Florida "really work.

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Lawsuit Filed in Fla. WaveRunner Shooting Death

Posted: 11/09/2011 - A lawsuit has been filed in Miami against the parents of a teenager who fatally shot a man who was trying to steal a WaveRunner from their waterfront property.

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Fruit and Vegetable Loans

Posted: 11/08/2011 - Earlier this year, Florida Governor Rick Scott gutted state funding for the Farm Share Program which helps get leftover fruits and vegetables to needy Floridians, but some state lawmakers say that's a problem.

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Animal Rescue Act

Posted: 11/08/2011 - An estimated two thousands animals a day or 800-thousand a year are euthanized in Florida shelters. Legislation has been filed in Tallahassee to save animal lives and cut the taxpayer cost of putting animals down. It’s called the Animal Rescue Act, but many people who dedicated their lives to animals don’t think it’s a good idea.

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