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Lowe's Chain Pulls Ads From Muslim Reality TV Show

Updated: 12/11/2011 - The Lowe's home improvement chain says it's pulling ads from the new reality TV show "All-American Muslim" after protests from a conservative evangelical Christian group.

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Duval County Pedestrian Killed

Posted: 12/11/2011 - Crystal Elaine Brown, 22, of Starke, FL is pronounced dead on scene after being struck by a pick-up truck at 9:17 PM on Saturday.

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Toys for Tots at Nissan in Thomasville

Updated: 12/10/2011 - Every year Marines in Albany, GA host a Toys for Tots program. Flowers Nissan in Thomasville planned an event to help spread the word.

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Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays

Updated: 12/10/2011 - A group of Tallahassee residents hosted a prayer service on the steps of the old capital Saturday afternoon. They are celebrating Christmas as a religious holiday. Some however, think it shouldn't be tied to religion.

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Daily Show Spoofs Scott

Updated: 12/10/2011 - The nation’s most popular fake news cast, the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, has spent the last two days in Tallahassee taking government officials to task for efforts to drug test state employees or welfare recipients. As Mike Vasilinda tells us, both Governor Rick Scott and Attorney general Pam Bondi are soon going to be the subject of a nationwide comedy sketch over drug testing efforts.

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Soul Santa in Frenchtown

Posted: 12/09/2011 - Soul Santa was in Frenchtown delivering good cheer and toys to good little girls and boys!

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Another Elections Law Lawsuit

Posted: 12/09/2011 - Opposition to Florida’s controversial new election law continues to grow. Former Republican State Senator Nancy Argenziano filed her own lawsuit today, saying the new law takes away her right to run for congress as a Democrat. The law requires politicians to change their registration 17 months before the General Election.

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Scott: Insulate Court Funding From Fee Uncertainty

Posted: 12/09/2011 - The budget proposed by Gov. Rick Scott this week would have the state pay for the court system with money from its general fund, rather than relying on foreclosure filing fees, which have proved volatile and unreliable.

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