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PSC, EPA at Odds Over Fish Killed in Plant Cooling

Posted: 07/19/2011 - With utilities using massive amounts of water to cool power plants, the Florida Public Service Commission is concerned about proposed federal regulations aimed at protecting fish and other aquatic life.

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St. Augustine to Celebrate 450-Years

Updated: 07/19/2011 - You may know how expensive throwing a big party can be. But, imagine throwing a bash for a city's 450th birthday! It's estimated that Saint Augustine's upcoming celebration could cost millions. And in today's economy, some people are torn over the high-dollar price tag.

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Pediatric ER Coming to Capital Regional Health Center

Updated: 07/18/2011 - A Tallahassee medical center will soon open its doors as a place for children to get immediate treatment. The first of its kind facility may help ER wait times across the board.

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Tri-County Power Pulling the Plug?

Posted: 07/18/2011 - A Monticello woman struggling to make ends meet was shocked by the electric company's lack of compassion. She says the worst part is the response she got from her electric company.

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Mail-in Prescription Drugs

Posted: 07/18/2011 - A plan to cut the cost of Medicaid could also cost thousands of pharmacists their jobs. The plan would require Medicaid patients to fill most of their prescriptions through the mail. The move to mail-in prescriptions could be a coffin nail for some of Florida’s 10-thousand community pharmacies already suffering from the recession.

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[UPDATE] FSU Faculty Approves Koch Deal, With Caveats

Posted: 07/18/2011 - Florida State University did nothing wrong when it allowed the input of the right-leaning Koch Foundation in the hiring of two professors, a faculty report released on July 15 said.

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[UPDATE] Ruling on Hawkes Motions Likely This Week

Posted: 07/18/2011 - Attorneys for and against embattled First District Court of Appeals Judge Paul Hawkes began the legal battle over his future July 15 in a hearing lasting more than two hours.

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Corrections Officer Charged

Posted: 07/18/2011 - The Ware County sheriff says a Ware State Prison corrections officer has been arrested after prison officers found cell phones and marijuana on him when he came to work.

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Two Dollar Arrest

Posted: 07/18/2011 - A Jacksonville woman is behind bars after a man says he gave her $2, but later took it back. He told police she then ran him over with the car.

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Ceremony To Make SunRail a Reality

Updated: 07/18/2011 - Ceremony set for today (7-18) for a commuter rail system that would connect Orlando with Osceola, Seminole and Volusia counties.

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Shallow Waterway

Posted: 07/17/2011 - Officials in Martin County have declared a local state of emergency over concern St. Lucie Inlet has become so shallow it may soon become impassable to most boats.

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