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[UPDATE] Paying for Prisons

Posted: 01/25/2011 - Florida lawmakers turned to Texas on Monday for ideas on how to keep prisoners locked up at a time when the state faces a $3.6 billion budget deficit and cuts, including in the public safety budget, appear likely.

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DOT Application Process Closes, Outsider or Insider

Posted: 01/25/2011 - The only state lawmaker under consideration to be Gov. Rick Scott’s secretary of transportation said Jan. 25 that he would not mind if the new governor follows his recent trend of tapping agency heads who come straight out of the business world – and not from the state Capitol.

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Renaming Florida's Roads for Cash

Posted: 01/25/2011 - Lawmakers return to Tallahassee for their annual legislative session this spring. Topping the agenda a 3.5 billion dollar budget shortfall, but softening the blow could be as simple as re-naming Florida's roads.

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Leon County Schools Win Award for Recycling

Posted: 01/24/2011 - Leon County School district won The Veolia Environmental Stewardship award for their recycling project. They were the first school in the country to win the award.

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National School Choice Week

Posted: 01/24/2011 - It's the first ever National School Choice Week and thousands of people are participating across the country.

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Suspicious Fires in Gadsden County

Updated: 01/24/2011 - Local firefighters are called to two fires just minutes apart, and authorities say they might have been intentionally set.

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Oyster Bed Restoration Among First Since Oil Spill

Posted: 01/24/2011 - Volunteers from across the country are rebuilding oyster reefs along the Gulf of Mexico's delicate shoreline, hoping to revive oyster beds under assault for decades from overharvesting, coastal development, pollution, and most recently the BP oil spill.

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1 Dead, 9 Injured in Hamilton County Crash-UPDATE

Updated: 01/29/2011 - It was an emotional afternoon at the North Florida Community College auditorium as relatives and friends remembered the short but sweet life of 17-year-old Amber Carpenter. Eyewitness News reporter Jennifer Milton spoke to her close friends about their loss.

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Rick Scott's Take on Florida's Unemployment Rate

Posted: 01/22/2011 - Friday (1-21), Florida announced its unemployment rate is 12 percent. The good news is It's no higher than it was *last* month, but it's sure not going down. As Troy Kinsey explains, that's a problem for Florida's new governor.

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Workforce Plus Grants

Posted: 01/21/2011 - Money may be tight for a lot of small business, but the money is flowing at a non-profit organization who wants to help others. Workforce Plus has big news for local business owners looking to arm their employees with better skills.

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Scott: Miles to Go to DMS

Updated: 01/21/2011 - Gov. Rick Scott appointed former CIGNA executive Jack Miles to take over the Department of Management Services, an agency frequently criticized for sloppy management of the state’s property and contracts.

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Scott Calls 12% Unemployment Rate Unacceptable

Posted: 01/21/2011 - Governor Rick Scott, who won office by promising to create jobs, is calling the latest labor statics released today… unacceptable. Florida’s unemployment rate for December was 12 percent. As Whitney Ray tells us, the figure will serve as a measuring stick to see just how successful Scott’s jobs plan will be.

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