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TPD: Suspect Connected to Recent Robberies Arrested

Updated: 02/20/2012 - In one case, a delivery driver for Jimmie John’s was making a delivery at 2166 West Pensacola Street. During the delivery he was confronted by a black male who implied he had a gun

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Hurricane Insurance

Updated: 02/19/2012 - Florida lawmakers are considering a plan to revamp part of the state's hurricane insurance system.

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FAMU Police Records Show More Hazing Complaints

Updated: 02/18/2012 - Documents show that Florida A&M University police investigated at least 10 complaints about hazing involving the school's famed marching band between August 2007 and November, when a band member died after being hazed, the Orlando Sentinel reported Saturday.

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Celebrating 50 Years of Orbital Flight

Updated: 02/20/2012 - Veterans of NASA's Project Mercury have landed in Cape Canaveral this weekend to celebrate 50 years of orbital flight.

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Shipwreck Granted to Spanish Government

Updated: 02/19/2012 - Judge Pizzo approved Spain's plan to take possession of the 594,000 silver coins and other artifacts salvaged from the wreck found by Florida deep sea explorers.

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Drunk Driving Warnings

Posted: 02/17/2012 - A Florida mother is turning a personal tragedy into motivation. A drunk driver killed her daughter close to ten years ago, but now she talks to students statewide about the dangers of driving while under the influence.

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FAMU Legacy Torch Tour

Posted: 02/17/2012 - FAMU kicked off a nationwide tour to celebrate the school's 125th anniversary.

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Special Report: Tallahassee Man Shares Civil Rights Experience

Updated: 02/17/2012 - You don't have to look in books to learn about African-American culture. There are people right here in our community who have lived it. Meet one man who helped end segregation in Tallahassee, as our coverage of Black History month continues.

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FL Lawmakers Seek to Shield Redistricting Testimony

Updated: 02/17/2012 - The Florida Democratic Party has filed suit, saying GOP drawn maps are anything but fair. Lawmakers are now trying to block the court from asking them what they did and why.

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Browning Leaves Elections Office

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Yesterday was Former Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning’s last day as head of Florida’s elections. He served nearly six years, through two governors overseeing several primaries and the 2008 presidential election. Whitney Ray sat down with Browning on his last day in office, and brings us this exclusive report from Tallahassee.

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Youth Soccer Tournament Stimulates Economy

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Hundreds of families from Florida, Georgia and Alabama are visiting the Capital City this weekend. They're here for a youth soccer tournament.

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FSU Anti-Racism March

Posted: 02/17/2012 - Members of FSU's Black student union are infuriated. It's all over blatantly racist comments posted on a student-run website. Students rallied today in a march against racism.

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Protester Interrupts Lt. Gov's Speech at FAMU

Updated: 02/18/2012 - Florida Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll was the keynote speaker Friday at FAMU's annual Black History Month Convocation. But not everyone was happy with her message.

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Literally, George Clinton is Doctor of Funk

Updated: 02/17/2012 - Berklee College of Music awarded funk icon George Clinton an honorary doctor of music degree and celebrated his music with a performance from the college's P-Funk Ensemble

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