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Senate Pres, Gov Disagree on Primary Date

Posted: 02/11/2011 - While the leaders of both major political parties in Florida agree that the state’s 2012 presidential primary should be moved from January, the state’s Republican governor and Senate president do not.

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Company: Tax Promise Cemented Decision to Move to Fla.

Posted: 02/11/2011 - The promise of corporate income tax cuts tipped the scales and cemented a hydrogen fuel cell company’s decision to put its headquarters in Florida, the firm’s chief financial officer told reporters Thursday, Feb. 10.

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Florida Lawmakers Dissect Scott's Budget

Posted: 02/11/2011 - Governor Rick Scott unveiled his budget proposal to great fanfare before a crowd of Tea Partiers earlier this week, but in Tallahassee, lawmakers continued to chip away at what they say are the budget's unrealistic goals, and they're already asking Scott to make some major changes.

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FAMU Essential Theatre Introduces the Black Widow

Updated: 02/11/2011 - Florida A&M University (FAMU) Essential Theatre reaches out to the local community for feedback on its workshop-production of Black Widow as part of the Writing for Life play reading series, which provides a platform for new writers.

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Nominations Open for Silver Stars

Posted: 02/10/2011 - Deadline for Nominations is Wednesday, Feb. 16 - It's nearly time for the annual Silver Stars Celebration, Tallahassee's premier senior recognition event.

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Lane Closures on Monroe Street in Tallahassee

Posted: 02/10/2011 - The northbound outside lane of Monroe Street between Perkins Street and Oakland Avenue will be closed nightly from 8 p.m. until 7 a.m., Thursday, February 10, 2011 through Saturday, February 12.

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Gaines Street Closed This Weekend

Posted: 02/10/2011 - The closure is part of the Gaines Street project. Crews will be installing a storm drain system.

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Teacher Merit Pay Bill Advances

Posted: 02/10/2011 - In a subdued and mostly empty committee room a Senate committee gave the first up vote Thursday to a new bill setting out how teachers would be paid.

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Unemployment Changes

Posted: 02/10/2011 - Drastic changes to Florida’s unemployment compensation program are in the works at the state capitol. Legislation would make it harder for the unemployed to make a claim, shorten the number of weeks the state would award benefits, and as Whitney Ray tells us, require people receiving checks to volunteer for four hours a week.

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Behind the Scenes at WCTV

Updated: 02/11/2011 - You turn on your television and watch our live newscasts, but have you ever wondered what it takes to get the finished product on air? Eyewitness News reporter Jennifer Milton takes you on a journey behind the scenes at WCTV.

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Nominations Open for Silver Stars

Posted: 02/10/2011 - It’s nearly time for the annual Silver Stars Celebration, Tallahassee’s premier senior recognition event.

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Scott Guts BOG Priority in Budget Proposal

Posted: 02/10/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott apparently doesn’t share the top priority of the state university system, with his proposed budget putting no money toward an initiative championed by university leaders and the business community designed to pump up higher education.

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Scott Budget Claims Fade Before Senate Panel

Posted: 02/10/2011 - Some of Gov. Rick Scott’s most vaunted spending claims faded Wednesday, Feb. 9 as the Republican chief executive’s budget director endured three hours of withering questioning from the Senate Budget Committee.

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Fla. House Panel Passes Crash Bill

Posted: 02/10/2011 - A controversial measure insulating Ford Motor Co. and other automakers in product liability cases passed its first House panel on Feb. 9.

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Gaines Street Closed This Weekend

Posted: 02/10/2011 - One-block segment between Duval and Bronough streets - Gaines Street will be closed to all traffic between Duval Street and Bronough Street from 7 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 12, through 6 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 13.

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Celebration of the Arts Gets Larger Than Life on Gaines Street

Posted: 02/10/2011 - The arts are coming alive on Gaines Street in a rather significant way. This week, work begins on a roughly 20-feet by 65-feet mural that depicts the variety of art, music and cultures showcased during the annual Seven Days of Opening Nights festival.

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Number of Florida Students Taking AP Exams Rises

Posted: 02/09/2011 - More Florida students are taking at least one Advanced Placement exam by the time they graduate, though many don't score high enough to earn college credit.

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New Governor Fires 15 Corrections Officials

Posted: 02/09/2011 - Fifteen high-ranking officials of Florida's corrections system are being let go as new Gov. Rick Scott, and his new corrections chief put their team in place.

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