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FSU Researchers Study Hurricanes

Updated: 08/02/2005 - Hurricane research is again at the forefront at Florida State University. A scientist just returned from a mission in Costa Rica that will open new frontiers in tropical meteorology.

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Lunsford Law

Updated: 08/02/2005 - A new law that cracks down on sex offenders goes into effect next month.

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Senator Visits Wakulla County

Updated: 08/02/2005 - U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez got a firsthand look at storm damaged homes along the Panhandle coast.

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Crime Prevention in Thomasville

Updated: 08/01/2005 - Thomasville will join cities nationwide Tuesday for the National Night Out, a crime and drug prevention program.

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Back to School in Some Georgia Counties

Updated: 08/01/2005 - Depending on what kind of student you are, it's a day you either love or hate, but like it or not, Monday was the first day of school for students in Thomas County.

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Cleaning Up After Dennis

Updated: 08/01/2005 - Cleanup from Hurricane Dennis stretches into its fourth week, and still volunteers haven't skipped a beat.

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Georgia Cashes in on Tax-Free

Updated: 08/01/2005 - The final numbers aren't out yet, but it looks as if there's good news all around.

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Reservist Killed

Updated: 08/01/2005 - A Gadsden County reservist and part-time deputy is dead, killed in a shooting.

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Moving Day

Updated: 07/31/2005 - For much of the west side of Tallahassee, the last day in July is known as "moving day," which means you could have some trouble finding a truck to haul your stuff.

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Moonshine Operation

Updated: 07/31/2005 - A major moonshine operation is discovered in the woods of south Georgia.

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Medart Murder

Updated: 08/01/2005 - The Wakulla County Sheriff's Office works to unravel a murder mystery after a man is found dead in his front yard.

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Super Summer Celebratory Sendoff

Updated: 07/29/2005 - Summer break is winding down for many children in our area, but the Tallahassee Housing Authority gave local kids a big sendoff for their summer breaks.

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Pool Hall Turns Alcohol-Free

Updated: 07/29/2005 - A pool hall and bar in south Georgia is getting a makeover that involves not only new decorations, but a new atmosphere, an alcohol-free atmosphere, and for some that's a welcome change.

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Meeting of the Minds, Part 5

Updated: 07/29/2005 - What's on the drawing board for Tallahassee in terms of economic development and growth?

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Sprucing Up the Parks

Updated: 07/29/2005 - Ten counties in our area will be getting their share of more than $40 million in grant funding from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program . The money will help revitalize and spruce up parks and recreation.

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Fine Dining, Quitman Style

Updated: 07/29/2005 - Quitman may be rich in history and tradition, but the Camellia City is also embracing a few new things, including its first "fine dining" restaurant.

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Medicaid and Drug Payments

Updated: 07/29/2005 - The Agency for Health Care Administration added several medications to the list of preferred drugs, but there are still many people who are not getting the medicine they need.

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