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FSU Researcher Suggests Video Games May Not Boost Cognition

Posted: 09/15/2011 - Wouldn’t it be nice if all those hours kids spent glued to their PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 or Nintendo DS video games actually resulted in something tangible? Better grades, perhaps? Improved concentration? Superior driving skills?

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Wife Drives 2 Hours Away Before Confessing to Killing Husband

Posted: 09/15/2011 - A Jacksonville woman lost in South Georgia confesses to shooting and killing her husband during a traffic stop. Eyewitness News reporter Dontaye Carter was on hand as Jacksonville Detectives went across the border to take her into custody.

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ASPCA Partnership Kicks Off in Leon County

Posted: 09/15/2011 - The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals officially kicked off its partnership in Leon County, Fla.–one of 10 communities nationwide currently working with the ASPCA to provide positive outcomes for at-risk and homeless pets.

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"Jackson Yes" Campaign Hoping to Change Alcohol Laws

Updated: 09/15/2011 - Jackson County has been a so-called damp county for decades. The current law allows some restaurants to sell beer and wine, and others only beer, but none can serve mixed drinks.

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Feds Laying Out What They Want in Medicaid

Posted: 09/14/2011 - As Florida seeks to continue a controversial Medicaid pilot program, federal officials want changes to improve patient care and increase requirements on HMOs.

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Parents: Casey Anthony Knew Where Child Was Buried

Posted: 09/14/2011 - Cindy Anthony says in a television interview that she believes her granddaughter drowned, while her husband believes his daughter Casey Anthony has a more intricate knowledge of how her 2-year-old child died

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Scott Backs Off Limit to State Employee HMOs

Posted: 09/14/2011 - Florida is offering thousands of state workers a choice in their health care plans as part of a settlement it has reached to end a legal battle.

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Teachers Sue to Stop Merit Pay

Updated: 09/15/2011 - Six Florida teachers have filed a lawsuit claiming new legislation abolishing tenure and creating a system of merit pay violates the state constitution. Article I, section six guarantees collective bargaining, but the teachers believe the new law limits what can be bargained.

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FSU Named Top 50 Public University

Posted: 09/14/2011 - The U.S. News and World Report's 2012 college rankings are out and Florida State University finds itself ranked among the nation's best.

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