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Feinberg Discussing Future Pay for Spill Fund Work

Updated: 01/19/2011 - The administrator of the $20 billion compensation fund for Gulf oil spill victims and BP are discussing how much he will be paid for his services in the months ahead.

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Leon County Commission Meeting 1.18.2011

Updated: 01/19/2011 - Leon Co. Commissioners tackled bed tax allocations and reimbursement considerations, while former commissioner Cliff Thaell requested reimbursement for the thousands of dollars he racked up in attorney's fees fighting ethics complaints.

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Eliminating Florida's FCAT?

Posted: 01/18/2011 - It's a test that's been at the center of a lot of controversy in Florida, but is it finally being phased out? Education reform is high on almost everyone's legislative agenda, but could one proposal do more harm than good?

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Visit Tallahassee Awarded USSSA Softball Tournament

Posted: 01/18/2011 - The Tallahassee Sports Council, a division of Leon County Tourism Development, also known as Visit Tallahassee, is proud to announce that Leon County will be hosting the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) Black American Worlds Softball Tournament August 26-29, 2011.

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Open House on Historic District Designation Process

Posted: 01/18/2011 - Citizens are invited to an open house event tomorrow (1-19) to provide input on the process to designate Historic Preservation Districts within the Tallahassee city limits

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FSU Helps Student

Posted: 01/18/2011 - Max Haney isn't your ordinary FSU student. He started school in 2003, but after his father died unexpectedly he quit to run his family business. He is now back in class nearly 6 years later, thanks to a certain call.

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Class Size Penalties Headed to Legislature

Posted: 01/18/2011 - The State Board of Education is recommending 30 million dollars in fines for school districts that broke the class size law. Thirty-five districts claim they don’t have the money to hire enough teachers to offer smaller classes. As Whitney Ray tells us, the fines could make it even harder for the districts to meet class size next year.

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Tallahassee Job Fair Draws a Crowd

Posted: 01/19/2011 - This is the 11th year Workforce Plus hosted its "Get Connected" job fair and organizers say, as a result of the economy, they've seen and increase in their attendance numbers over the years. But they say there's still hope for those wanting to stand out in a crowd full of hopefuls.

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WCSO Charges Man with Aggravated Assault

Updated: 01/18/2011 - A 51-year-old Carrabelle man was charged with aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony Jan. 15 in connection with an attempt to strike a Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office deputy with his van, according to Sheriff David Harvey.

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Local Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrest

Posted: 01/18/2011 - On January 17th, 2011, an Officer with the Marianna Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a blue in color, Toyota passenger vehicle, for a minor traffic violation.

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No More Building Like 1st DCA

Updated: 01/18/2011 - Any future court building will have to be approved by the State Courts Administrator, and that office will assign someone to monitor the project, under an order issued by Justice Charles Canady.

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The Florida Gun Law Debate

Updated: 01/18/2011 - The recent Arizona shooting has drawn attention to, not only security issues, but also gun laws. Some Florida residents are trying to change the law, so that openly carrying a gun would be legal, but not everyone thinks it's a good idea. Reporter Valerie Boey takes a look at the debate.

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MLK Reception at the Governor's Mansion

Updated: 01/17/2011 - Florida's elected officials and civil rights activists from across the state came together at the Governor's Mansion to celebrate a man's life who was cut short ... and the dream he had for our country.

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Civil Rights Hall of Fame

Posted: 01/17/2011 - For years the state has recognized athletes, artists, educators and women with Hall of Fame displays. And now, 56 years after the Civil Rights Act was signed, the state is finally ready to honor Civil Rights leaders from Florida. As Whitney Ray tells us, black history scholars say it’s better to have the Civil Rights Hall of Fame late than never.

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MLK Day Rally, March Postponed

Updated: 01/17/2011 - The annual NAACP commemorative service and march for Martin Luther King Junior, were put on hold when organizers say, water created a safety hazard.

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BP Oil Spill Claims Czar Returns to Gulf Coast

Posted: 01/17/2011 - The administrator of BP's $20 billion oil spill claims fund returns to the Gulf Coast this week amid increasing complaints that the program is failing to compensate many in need.

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Attorney: Insurance on Chinese Drywall Homes Axed

Posted: 01/17/2011 - An attorney for homeowners who bought properties with tainted Chinese drywall says Florida's public insurance company has again reversed course, saying it will suspend policies for those individuals.

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