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DCA Workers Express Fear, Concerns to Scott

Updated: 02/16/2011 - Beleaguered state workers at an agency with a Rick Scott bullseye on it vented their worries directly to the governor on Tuesday, Feb. 15 expressing concerns and skepticism about his plan to shrink government, and change retirement benefits for its employees.

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Crawfordville Residents React to Hilton Verdict

Posted: 02/15/2011 - Many Crawfordville residents are breathing a sigh of relief after hearing the man who murdered one of their hometown neighbors won't ever walk the streets as a free man again.

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[UPDATE] Senate Rolls Out Medicaid Reform Details

Updated: 02/16/2011 - The Florida senator taking the lead role on changing the Medicaid system released on Feb. 15 tidbits of what a comprehensive overhaul will look like this year, saying the state will push more patients into managed care, expand the I-Budget program for the developmentally disabled and potentially chip away at optional services for recipients.

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Top U.S. Riders and Horses Enter Red Hills!

Updated: 02/24/2011 - Six riders who represented the United States at the World Equestrian Games this past fall have entered Red Hills International Horse Trials and will be competing in Tallahassee the weekend of March 11 - 13.

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[UPDATE] Senate Committee Approves Merit Pay

Posted: 02/17/2011 - The Florida House’s Prek-20 Competitiveness Subcommittee filed its version of a teacher quality bill that has been approved by two Senate committees so far.

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Lawsuit Claims Some Gadsden County Leaders are Racist

Updated: 02/15/2011 - A 20-page law suit is filed this morning. In the documents are claims a commissioner and county administrator tried to "purge" upper level black employees out of the Gadsden County system.

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Monitoring Your Privacy

Posted: 02/22/2011 - For years, parents have used baby monitors to hear their children when out of the room. As advancements were made, the simple audio devices evolved to include motion sensors and even video, but these conveniences also open you up to eavesdropping from those outside your home.

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[UPDATE] State Farm Questioned Over Rate Request

Updated: 02/16/2011 - State Farm property policyholders in higher risk areas could see premium increases of 40 percent or more on their homes under a 27.9 percent average rate hike request that insurance officials said Tuesday will shock many customers and place an increased burden on the state-run pool.

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BP Claims Czar Called on the Carpet

Posted: 02/15/2011 - Complaints over BP’s Claims process are reaching a fever pitch and state lawmakers in Florida have had enough. As Whitney Ray tells us, they’ve invited the BP Claims Czar to Tallahassee to find out why Florida businesses aren’t getting paid.

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City Official Removed Over Sunshine Law Violation

Posted: 02/15/2011 - A Wauchula city commissioner has been removed from office for Sunshine Law violations and four other elected leaders of the small southwest Florida town have resigned.

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Anglers Catching Super-Big Bass in Central Florida

Posted: 02/15/2011 - Mack will receive a “Big Catch” angler recognition certificate and 10-pounder club “Trophy Award” pin from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), with a “released” endorsement.

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Scott Has 3 to Choose From for DOT Secretary

Posted: 02/15/2011 - Florida’s next transportation secretary will either be a former Santa Rosa county commissioner, an assistant transportation secretary or a member of the panel that vets candidates for the position for Gov. Rick Scott.

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New Poll Reveals Floridians Are Skeptical About State's Economic Future

Posted: 02/15/2011 - A recent poll by Leadership Florida shows many Floridians are skeptical about the future of our state. In fact, a majority of those surveyed believe things could get even worse over the next few years. Eyewitness News reporter Jennifer Milton has those details.

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Two UF Students Perish in Georgia Cave

Posted: 02/14/2011 - Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson says rescue workers believe that two University of Florida students who died in a north Georgia cave were trapped by their rappelling ropes in a frigid waterfall.

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Gulf Claims Process is Under Fire

Posted: 02/14/2011 - The process for compensating victims of the BP oil spill has been beset by red tape and questions about its fairness and openness.

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Scott: DCF Doing "Important" Work, But Cuts Still Loom

Updated: 02/15/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott on Valentines Day gave Department of Children and Families employees some love as he toured the agency, a week after proposing cuts to the many of the programs it oversees.

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