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Local Church Honors MLK

Updated: 01/17/2012 - A forum to stand up against hazing was held at the Philadelphia Primitive Baptist Church in Tallahassee. Afterwards, the congregation held a worship service in honor of the late civil rights leader.

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Charging More for STEM

Updated: 01/16/2012 - Should college students who major in more expensive subjects like chemistry, engineering and technological fields pay higher tuition? It’s a question being asked of lawmakers by leading state university administrators. The idea is being considered as a way to help fund state schools losing public money.

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Mahan Drive Construction Project Update Jan. 13, 2012

Posted: 01/16/2012 - While all lanes of traffic along Mahan Drive in Tallahassee will be open during the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend, road construction crews will be present in the work zone on Monday, Jan. 16.

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HIV and AIDS exhibit

Updated: 01/15/2012 - Florida Department of Health launches "Faces of HIV."

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Students Take Part in STEM Project

Posted: 01/14/2012 - 150 ninth and tenth graders from Holmes, Washington, Calhoun, Liberty, and Jackson Counties took part in inaugural STEM project at Chipola College in Marianna Friday

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FL GOP Delegates Punished for Moving up Florida Republican Primary

Posted: 01/13/2012 - This summer, Tampa bay is set to host the Republican National convention, but Florida's own delegation could be getting the worst seats in the entire house. That's the punishment for going ahead with Florida's early primary election later this month.

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FAMU Holds Safety Forum

Updated: 01/13/2012 - More than one thousand FAMU students attended Friday's event. The school hopes to open more of a dialogue when it comes to hazing.

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Sexual Abuse Victims Advocates Walk for Awareness, Changes to Laws

Posted: 01/13/2012 - A young woman who was abused by her family’s nanny for six years will begin a fifteen hundred mile walk across Florida to bring awareness to what she says are needed changes to the law. One of the changes being sought is tough financial penalties for public or private universities, like Penn State, which failed to report suspected abuse.

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New Synthetic Drugs

Posted: 01/13/2012 - Last March, the US Drug Enforcement Administration banned chemicals used in synthetic drugs. Florida’s Attorney General followed suit with a state ban on bath salts, a PCP-like drug, once sold legally at gas stations. But drug manufacturers have found yet another loophole. New synthetic drugs are showing up in gas stations and in at least one case in the system of a dead Florida teenager.

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UF, FSU Presidents Ask for Higher STEM Tuition

Updated: 01/13/2012 - The presidents of Florida's two leading research universities say science, technology, engineering and math students should pay higher tuition to help strengthen the so-called STEM programs.

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APNewsBreak: U.S. Opposes Ruling on Lawyer Fees

Updated: 01/13/2012 - The question of lawyers' fees is contentious. Louisiana's attorney general and lawyers working to settle clients' claims outside of court claim Barbier's fee structure unfairly rewards trial lawyers.

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Tallahassee Sports Council Opens Second Grant Cycle

Posted: 01/13/2012 - The Tallahassee Sports Council, a program of Visit Tallahassee – a division of Leon County Tourism Development, is currently accepting grant applications for the second cycle of sporting events

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