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Robot March Madness

Posted: 03/19/2012 - Congratulations to the SAIL High School Octo-π-rates in placing 7th out of 63 other high school teams in the First Robotics Competition’s (FRC’s) international robot contest.

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County Medicaid Costs to Rise

Posted: 03/19/2012 - County governments in Florida stand to spend an additional $155 million taking care of Medicaid patients in Florida hospitals under legislation approved by state lawmakers this year. That’s why county governments are asking Governor Rick Scott to veto the legislation.

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How Red-Light Cameras Affect Driving Behavior

Updated: 03/20/2012 - A driver involved in a fatal crash this weekend claiming the lives of three people ran a red light. That according to the Tallahassee Police Department. It all happened at one of the city's monitored intersections bringing back up conversations about red-light cameras.

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Leon Co. Woman Helping to Raise Awareness for Native Americans Going Hungry

Posted: 03/19/2012 - There are thousands of Native Americans that do not qualify for federal food assistance in Southwest Georgia and Northern Florida. Pat's Pantry in Leon County helped collect enough food to feed a Pow Wow in Bainbridge, and now they're trying to raise awareness for Native Americans going hungry.

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Cincinnati Beats Florida State 62-56

Updated: 03/19/2012 - Dion Dixon stole the ball and dunked to put Cincinnati ahead for good with 1:32 left, and the Bearcats edged out Florida State 62-56 Sunday night to reach their first regional semifinal in the NCAA tournament since 2001.

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Students Work to Raise Awareness on Africa

Updated: 03/18/2012 - Members of the African Student Association were out today (3-17-12) raising money for 'Kicks for Africa' and try to dispel stereotypes people may have about Africa.

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FSU College of Medicine Announces Match Day Results

Posted: 03/17/2012 - Graduating students in the Florida State University College of Medicine Class of 2012 received notification today of where they will enter residency training this summer.

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Internet Cafes: What's Next?

Posted: 03/17/2012 - Lawmakers ended the legislative session without an agreement on how to handle the state’s newest gaming businesses; internet cafes. The cafes exist as sweepstakes through a loophole in state law. Without legislation to regulate them, city and county governments will have to spend another year deciding where the businesses can operate.

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Weekly Roundup: Lawmakers Back for Redistricting

Posted: 03/16/2012 - Lawmakers mission? Redraw at least a handful of state Senate districts that the Florida Supreme Court said did not adhere to a constitutional amendment meant to ensure that the most political of processes the redrawing of political boundaries was done in a non-political manner.

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Pension Case Headed directly to Florida Supreme Court

Posted: 03/16/2012 - In another setback to Gov. Rick Scott and the other defendants, and another victory for Florida’s public workers, the First District Court of Appeal has granted the Florida Education Association’s request that last week’s pension decision be certified directly to the Florida Supreme Court for final determination.

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High-Scoring Godby Student

Updated: 03/16/2012 - A Godby student has a special certification that no other student has in Leon County.

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