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Comedian Returns to VSU

Posted: 09/02/2010 - One Valdosta State grad is back on campus and he's looking to "Make 'Em Laugh".

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Blazer Birthday

Updated: 09/07/2010 - The hottest man on Valdosta State's campus turns 10.

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GA Sex Offender List Audit Findings

Posted: 08/31/2010 - A recent audit shows a number of errors in Georgia's sex offender registry. Eyewitness News reporter Dontaye Carter tells us what was found.

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Local Animal Shelter Gets a Helping Hand

Updated: 08/27/2010 - These animals at the Partners for Pets Shelter in Marianna are not only overcrowded, they're also trying to avoid being overheated.

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Clinch County Drowning

Updated: 08/26/2010 - It's been a long and emotional week for family and friends of a toddler who drowned Tuesday. Eyewitness News Reporter Dontaye Carter tells us how folks are reacting.

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Wage Rankings

Updated: 08/17/2010 - A new report shows people in Valdosta make some of the lowest wages in the nation ... and some residents were none too happy with the news.

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VSU Move-In Days

Updated: 08/11/2010 - It's back to school for college students at Valdosta State University.

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Williams Decision

Posted: 08/03/2010 - AP Source: Magic, Jason Williams agree to deal.

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Turtle Relocation Preparations Under Way

Posted: 07/02/2010 - Crews have spent the lat several days in a Panhandle warehouse, making preparations for the unprecedented move of as many as 70 thousand sea turtle eggs threatened by oil. As Mike Vasilinda tells us, biologists believe the move will give the turtles the best chance of survival.

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Making Roads A Little Safer

Posted: 06/22/2010 - The roads are a little safer tonight thanks to a program helping seniors adjust their car’s seats, steering wheels and mirrors.

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RonShay Dugans Act

Posted: 06/22/2010 - Family and Friends of Ronshay Dugans mark a milestone at the Florida Capitol.

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Ad Focus Shifting

Posted: 06/14/2010 - The state tourism agency is beginning to shift the focus of its advertising campaign as two huge oil plumes move closer to Florida’s Panhandle beaches. Visit Florida is launching a new commercial today with more statewide appeal. As Whitney Ray tells us, the ads targeting the panhandle will still run, but will be scaled back if oil closes those beaches.

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Abortion Veto

Posted: 06/11/2010 - Governor Charlie Crist vetoed a controversial bill that would have made getting an abortion in Florida harder. The measure would have required women in their first trimester to pay for an ultrasound before they could have an abortion. Both sides lobbied the governor with rallies, protest and letter campaigns. Progress Florida was one of the groups calling for a veto. Director Damien Filer says the bill would have put politics in the doctor’s office.

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Sign Hacked

Posted: 05/25/2010 - FHP investigates how South Florida sign was hacked.

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Tourism Tactics

Posted: 05/14/2010 - Hotels in Florida, particularly in the Panhandle have seen advance books drop by as much as 80 percent because of the threat of oil on the beaches. The state is responding by letting potential visitors see for themselves.

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Drilling Support Waning

Updated: 05/13/2010 - The governor is poised to call a special session to ban offshore oil drilling within ten miles of Florida’s coast. Most legislators are in favor of a ban, but they’ll need 60 percent of voters to go along with the plan.

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Preparing for Takeoff

Posted: 05/12/2010 - NASA clears Atlantis for final liftoff on Friday.

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Special Session Coming Soon

Posted: 05/11/2010 - Florida lawmakers are expected to be back at the State Capitol before the month is out to send voters a chance to forever ban oil drilling in Florida waters and to enact an energy policy. The fifty thousand dollar a day Special Session is likely before end of the month.

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Estuaries in Danger

Posted: 05/06/2010 - It will be a few days before we know if BP’s attempt to cover the massive oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico is successful. But even if the 100 ton dome stops oil from gushing into the gulf there will still be more than 11 million gallons of oil in the water threatening our beaches.

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