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Dozier School Investigation May be Reopened

Updated: 02/19/2015 - For more than 60 years, the Dozier School for Boys in rural north Florida was a place to be feared. A 2009 investigation by the Department of Law Enforcement found 31 marked and unmarked graves. Now, after researchers found another 20 bodies, there are calls for a state law enforcement investigation to be reopened.

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No Money for Stadium Projects Yet After Vote Delayed

Posted: 02/19/2015 - Florida won't be handing out millions to help out pro sports teams anytime soon. A legislative panel on Thursday voted to delay ranking four proposals requesting $255 million in taxpayer money.

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Police: Dad was Driving Drunk when Crash Killed 2 Teens

Updated: 02/19/2015 - A Gainesville man faces DUI manslaughter charges after detectives determined his blood alcohol level was more than two times the legal limit when he was involved in a crash that killed his teenage daughter and her friend.

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'Sharknado 3' is Filming in Orlando

Posted: 02/19/2015 - Filming for the third installment of the "Sharknado" cable-television movies has begun this week in Universal Orlando Resort, and it will continue into next week.

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Water Rally on the Steps of the Capitol

Posted: 02/18/2015 - Water quality legislation will be at the forefront of the 2015 legislative session. Voters who made sure there would be conservation money in place now want lawmakers to know they can’t spend it any way they want.

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Calls for Bailey Gate Investigation Renewed

Posted: 02/18/2015 - There are new calls tonight for an independent investigation into the firing of the Department of Law Enforcement’s long time leader. Gerald Bailey was ousted December 16th. Many believe the firing was illegal.

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5K Race Will Honor Memory of Fallen Soldier

Updated: 02/18/2015 - Florida State University’s Army ROTC and the FSU chapter of Students for America’s Military will co-sponsor the Second Annual Justin Sisson Memorial 5K to honor Florida State University alumnus and Army 2nd Lt. Justin Lee Sisson, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2013.

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Governor Scott: We Must Reduce Testing in Florida Schools

Posted: 02/18/2015 - Today, upon completing a testing investigation requested by Governor Rick Scott, Education Commissioner Pam Stewart recommended a reduction in the number of tests Florida students in public schools are required to take.

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