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Flash Mob Raises Money for Refuge Home

Updated: 05/12/2012 - A a flash mob shimmy and shook their way in front of the crowd. The group showed off a variety of belly-dancing moves as part of its 'Shimmy Mob', which was done to raise money for the Refuge House, a shelter that aids victims of domestic violence.

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Local Church Hosts Voter Registration Drive

Updated: 05/12/2012 - the Leon County Supervisor of Elections Office teamed up with the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church to host a voter registration drive. They're hoping to encourage people to get out and vote.

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Florida Wine Festival

Posted: 05/11/2012 - The 10th annual Florida Wine Festival hit downtown Tallahassee Friday.

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Cutting College Costs

Updated: 05/11/2012 - The cost of college is rising. Tuition is increasing an average of 15 percent a year and nationwide student loan debt has passed the trillion dollar mark. But there are ways to save. The state is exploring a plan to help students cut the college costs by up to 25 percent.

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16-Year-Old in Suwannee Co. Homicide Case to be Tried as Adult

Posted: 05/11/2012 - The Suwannee County Grand returned a three count indictment charging Anthony Michael Ortiz with First Degree Murder while armed, Home Invasion Robbery While Armed, and Tampering with Evidence for the April 28th murder of Charles David Napier in Suwannee County.

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Corey: Jax Woman Shot in Anger, Not Fear, She'll Get 20 Years

Posted: 05/11/2012 - Angela Corey, the special prosecutor in the Trayvon Martin killing, says the "stand your ground" law doesn't apply in the case of a Jacksonville woman who pleaded self-defense for a shot fired during a 2010 domestic dispute in her home.

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POLL: Scott Ratings Up, Monitor Watch Members

Updated: 05/11/2012 - Gov. Rick Scott is doing better with Florida voters, with his approval rating and favorability growing by seven points each over the last three and a half months.

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Post Office Rescue Helps Rural Branches

Posted: 05/10/2012 - To make up for the United Postal Service's $3 billion deficit last quarter, the Postal Service was planning to close hundreds of locations in small towns. But now, they won't have to.

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Chancellor: Don't Reinstate FAMU Band Yet; Ammons Responds

Updated: 05/13/2012 - Chancellor Frank Brogan called on Florida A&M University to continue the suspension of its Marching 100 band on the same day that the band's longtime director retired in the wake of a deadly hazing.

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Florida's High Court Hears Foreclosure Case

Posted: 05/10/2012 - A case potentially affecting thousands of Floridians facing foreclosure is in the hands of the Florida Supreme Court. A Palm Beach County man's fight with his bank could have a major impact across the Sunshine State.

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FAMU Enrollment Problem: Many of Marching 100 Not Enrolled

Updated: 05/10/2012 - More than 100 band members were not enrolled at the university. In talking to FAMU students, many were shocked. They say if staff and administrators weren't aware of it -- that's a problem...If staff and administrators did know -- that's also a problem.

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