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Calm Before (And After) The Storm: Florida Weekly Political Round-up

Posted: 05/16/2011 - There was a noticeable spring in the steps of Tallahassee’s lobbying corps, government workers (those whose jobs weren’t cut) and public officials last week as players in the annual melee of the legislative session caught their breaths following a chaotic finale that kept lawmakers up to the predawn hours of last weekend.

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Scott's Former Company in Tax Fight With DOR

Posted: 05/16/2011 - Hospital giant HCA is suing the Florida Department of Revenue in a tax dispute that stems from the turbulent era when Gov. Rick Scott ran the company.

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Security Guard Slain

Posted: 05/16/2011 - Security guard slain at St. Petersburg apartments.

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Turtle Cameras

Posted: 05/16/2011 - Video cameras are being set up to spy on sea turtles during nesting.

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Ovarian Cycle

Posted: 05/15/2011 - One local fitness group is spinning some wheels to raise awareness about ovarian cancer.

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Quincy Police Department Conducts Poll

Updated: 05/14/2011 - The Quincy Police Department isn't just cracking down on crime - it's also policing its own image. The results are in from a recent survey sent into the community for feedback, and the department says it'll use the results to better itself.

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Stamp Out Hunger

Updated: 05/14/2011 - Come join the Second Harvest of the Big Bend for its largest food drive of the year.

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Taking a Different Way to Work

Updated: 05/15/2011 - It's National Bike Month so WCTV took a look at what it takes to bike to work. Commuting on a bike can be life changing and save you money along the way.

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Florida Foreclosures Down in April

Posted: 05/13/2011 - Foreclosures in April were a whopping 59 percent lower in Florida than a year ago, but observers say the drop is not necessarily a sign that Florida’s moribund housing industry is turning the corner.

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Elderly First Into Medicaid HMOs

Posted: 05/13/2011 - The first Florida Medicaid patients required to join managed-care plans under the just-approved overhaul aren't the strong and healthy. The first wave will be made up of frail elders and the disabled.

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