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9-1-1 Bill Clears Hurdle

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Denise Amber Lee was kidnapped and murdered in 2008. Her death is considered largely preventable if more than one 9-1-1 operator had followed through on tips about the killer. For the second time this week, the family is in Tallahassee working to make nobody else dies because someone was untrained.

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It’s Snowing in Florida

Posted: 02/12/2010 - It’s snowing in Florida and actually sticking in some parts of the Panhandle. The weather has forced dozens of school closings.

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Barron Takes Helm of FSU

Posted: 02/08/2010 - Climatologist Eric Barron took over the helm of Florida State University today, becoming the schools 14th President. Eric Barron arrived for his first day at the FSU Tallahassee Campus after driving 33 hours. He came from his home in Boulder, Colorado, where he ran the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

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Pre-K Funding Shortage

Posted: 02/04/2010 - Florida’s voluntary Pre-Kindergarten program is becoming a victim of its own success. Enrollment has soared, but state funding isn’t keeping up with the growing demand. The program is already eight million dollars short this year and additional budget cuts could set it back even more.

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Texting Attack

Posted: 02/03/2010 - People who text while driving are 20 times more likely to wreck than those who don’t. Legislation to ban the practice in Florida has failed three years running, but bans in other states and pressure from the federal government could create a different outcome this year.

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Class Size Freeze

Updated: 02/02/2010 - State lawmakers are asking voters to rethink their 2002 decision to implement strict class size requirements on schools. Right now schools are meeting the requirements based on the average size of their classes. But in August each class will have to meet the requirements individually. School administrators say they don’t have the money.

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Dead Lottery Winner

Posted: 02/02/2010 - Florida lottery winner died of "homicidal violence".

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Jobless Rates Rise

Posted: 01/22/2010 - 723-thousand Floridians have lost jobs since the recession began in April 2007. Florida’s unemployment rate hit 11 point 8 percent in December, and new numbers suggest Florida lost more jobs in December than any other state in the country.

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Census Count Creating 35,000 Jobs

Posted: 01/20/2010 - 35 thousand new jobs are coming to Florida. The US Census Bureau is hiring Floridians to help with the population count. The count will provide temporary relief to jobless Floridians and could help the state secure more federal dollars for schools, roads, and health care.

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The Move to Real ID

Posted: 01/05/2010 - Florida drivers trying to renew their licenses are running into some new road blocks. Today was the first day the state began requiring extra identification in order to renew a license or ID card. Drivers unfamiliar with the new requirements are being sent home to get more identification.

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Sentencing Recommendation for Deneilo Bradshaw

Posted: 12/18/2009 - Jurors in the murder trail of Deneilo Bradshaw, convicted Thursday of the murder of police informant Rachel Hoffman were today asked whether Bradshaw should live or die.

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Bradshaw Guilty in Hoffman Murder

Posted: 12/17/2009 - After 22 hours of deliberations over three days, a jury in Tallahassee has found Deneilo Bradshaw guilty of first degree murder in the death of 23-year-old police informant Rachel Hoffman.

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Economic Forecast

Posted: 12/15/2009 - Georgia's economy expected to lag.

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Bradshaw Trial Closing Arguments

Posted: 12/15/2009 - Twelve jurors are filing through evidence trying to decide whether to charge a Tallahassee man with the murder of confidential informant. Deneilo Bradshaw faces first degree murder for the 2008 shooting of Tallahassee Police Informant Rachel Hoffman.

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Defense Rests in Bradshaw Case

Posted: 12/14/2009 - The attorneys defending a man accused of killing confidential police informant Rachel Hoffman took just 15 minutes to present their case today. The attorneys for Deneilo Bradshaw say his co-defendant was the triggerman.

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Bradshaw Trial Begins

Posted: 12/07/2009 - The trail of one of two men charged with killing police informant Rachel Hoffman began today. Hoffman was killed in a Tallahassee drug sting in May of last year. Prosecutors questioned the lead investigator who oversaw the botched drug deal that cost Hoffman her life.

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Beach Access Questions

Posted: 12/02/2009 - A Florida property rights dispute was the subject of a case before the US Supreme Court today. The case could have ramifications to every beachgoer in Florida. The issue is who owns the beach when it has been re-nourished.

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Mayor Race in Atlanta

Posted: 11/30/2009 - Candidates scramble for votes on eve of election.

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Barricaded Suspect

Posted: 11/25/2009 - Police fatally shoot man barricaded in home.

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Thanksgiving Travel

Posted: 11/25/2009 - Americans search for cheaper Thanksgiving trips.

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Under Water Mortgages Threaten Recovery

Posted: 11/24/2009 - A new study shows nearly half of Florida homeowners owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth. Falling home prices are the main cause of the underwater mortgages. The phenomenon could lead to another wave of foreclosures and delay recovery in the state’s housing market.

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Tallahassee Holiday Travel Advisory

Updated: 11/25/2009 - Thanksgiving is just three days away and the Tallahassee Regional Airport is giving folks a few tips for traveling this holiday weekend.

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Unemployment Tax Targets Retailers

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Florida’s unemployment rate is now at 11.2 percent, increasing point one percent over the last month. The small increase could mean the state’s unemployment crisis is slowing down, but the effects of double digit unemployment may stick with business owners for years in the form of higher taxes.

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Wife Set On Fire

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Florida man accused of setting his estranged wife on fire.

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Campus Crimes

Posted: 11/19/2009 - Crime stats comparing Florida A&M and FSU with other universities rank the two schools near the top when computing how many crimes might have occurred if there were a hundred thousand students on campus, both schools are relatively safe.

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