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Gulf Spill Claimants Offered New, Faster Option

Posted: 12/13/2010 - The administrator of a $20 billion fund paying damages from the Gulf oil spill says claimants who want quick resolution can receive a one-time payment worth thousands of dollars, but they would get no more money.

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Havana Burglaries Spike in Recent Months

Updated: 12/13/2010 - Tis' the season to lock up your belongings... Law enforcement in one local county say they're seeing double the number of burglaries from this time last year.

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Temporary Cold Night Shelter Open Monday and Tuesday Night

Posted: 12/13/2010 - With low temperatures forecasted to once again drop below 35 degrees for three or more hours tonight (12-13) and Tuesday night, a team of area human service agencies, local government and the faith-based community will open a temporary cold night shelter

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Florida School Enrollment on Track for Six-year High

Updated: 12/13/2010 - With Florida’s budget already in a deep hole, state lawmakers got another round of sobering news Monday with analysts reporting that public schools are poised for their largest enrollment spike in six years.

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Freezing Florida

Updated: 12/13/2010 - Florida's governor has issued a state of emergency to help save orange and sugar crops. The weather has already caused millions of dollars in damage to vegetation and claimed the lives of several manatees.

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Former FSU Football Player Geno Hayes Arrested

Updated: 12/14/2010 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Geno Hayes was arrested early Monday morning and charged with misdemeanor trespassing and disorderly conduct at a Tampa nightclub.

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ICE Operation in Florida Nets 93 Arrests

Updated: 12/13/2010 - U.S. immigration authorities have rounded up nearly 100 foreign nationals with convictions of violent crimes, sex offenses and drug trafficking charges.

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Longer School Day Enters School Reform Talk

Updated: 12/13/2010 - A push for struggling schools to lengthen the school day may become a part of a larger education reform debate that lawmakers have hinted will be a major part of the spring 2011 legislative agenda.

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New Additions to B.L. Perry Library

Posted: 12/13/2010 - The B.L Perry library on the South side of Tallahassee has gotten a face lift. The ribbon cutting took place on Saturday.

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Dinner Cruise Mishap

Posted: 12/11/2010 - Florida dinner cruise freed after running aground.

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Immigration Students

Posted: 12/11/2010 - With the Dream Act shelved, immigrants look to 2012 in hopes of receiving citizenship.

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Leon County Democratic Executive Committee Votes Out Chairman

Posted: 12/10/2010 - Tempers flare as the Leon County Democratic Executive Committee picks a new Chairman. But confusion over the date of the election and who was present during the vote has some crying foul. Current Chairman Larry Simmons protested Monday night's meeting calling it a revolt after he reportedly postponed it a week.

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BP Claims Fund to Offer Additional Payment

Posted: 12/10/2010 - The administrator of the $20 billion BP PLC fund doling out money to Gulf oil spill victims says the program will be offering claimants an additional payment.

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Block Tuition at UF

Posted: 12/10/2010 - The University of Florida took steps today to change the way students pay for their education. UF is moving to block tuition, charging students by the semester instead of the credit hour. As Whitney Ray tells us, block tuition will provide an incentive for students to graduate sooner, and for the first time, public universities statewide have the option to adopt the system.

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