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Some Say College Students Should Graduate Already

Updated: 08/04/2005 - College students who spend too many years in school are causing problems for universities around our region. Some say incentives might help students graduate on time.

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Guilty Verdict in Tallahassee Murder Case

Updated: 08/04/2005 - The jury rejects an accused killer's claim of self defense convicting David Meyer in last spring's murder of Tallahassee attorney Fred Parker.

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Florida Real Estate Boom Bringing in Surplus of Tax Dollars

Updated: 08/03/2005 - The housing boom and the skyrocketing value of Florida real estate is unleashing a flood of new tax dollars on local governments that rely on property taxes for their budgets. The increase means local governments can cut their tax rate and still collect more revenue.

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Top Honors in Valdosta

Updated: 08/03/2005 - Folks in Valdosta can rest assured they're now protected by one of the top police departments in the country.

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Free Immunizations

Updated: 08/03/2005 - Many parents are marching their children down to health departments around our region to get required immunization shots before the start of school.

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Peanut Farmers Poorly Paid

Updated: 08/03/2005 - Peanuts are one of the most popular crops in south Georgia; so popular, The Associated Press reports that peanut acreage has increased 15 percent in the country.

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Vroom Service

Updated: 08/02/2005 - More transportation money is on its way to Georgia thanks to the new federal highway transportation bill.

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Skipping School Could Spell Jail Time

Updated: 08/02/2005 - Along with a new school year comes a new state law that could land truant students and their parents in court.

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A Child Inappropriately Touched Tells

Updated: 08/02/2005 - Leon County deputies are praising a young child. Deputies say the child was brave enough to speak out in a situation where many children remain silent.

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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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