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Burglars Behind Bars

Updated: 07/16/2005 - Caught in the act and tracked down by canine units, two suspects are now facing multiple charges, including a 14-year-old boy.

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SummerBlast

Updated: 07/16/2005 - It’s a new kind of event for Thomasville. People from all over the area came out to enjoy the first ever SummerBlast, and it was all for a good cause.

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50th Class Reunion

Updated: 07/16/2005 - Students from the 1950s returned to their old stomping ground to mark a milestone and rekindle old friendships.

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Health Risks From Water Dennis Left Behind

Updated: 07/15/2005 - Hurricane Dennis dumped upwards of 11 inches of rain in the Big Bend area, and while some of that water has dried up, in other places that's not the case.

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Bus Routes Changing

Updated: 07/15/2005 - Parents in one local community are turning to the Internet to find out what bus their children will be riding on when school starts next month.

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Reading Camp Update

Updated: 07/15/2005 - Leon county's summer reading academy is over, and it looks like dozens of third graders who were in danger of being held back are now eligible for promotion.

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Climbing Blind

Updated: 07/15/2005 - A Tallahassee man is about to do something many of us wouldn't dare to try.

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Insurance Rates Going Up... Again

Updated: 07/15/2005 - State regulators are promising to make sure any additional increases are justified in the wake of Hurricane Dennis.

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The Lowdown on Lyme Disease

Updated: 07/14/2005 - Word last week that FSU quarterback Wyatt Sexton was suffering from lyme disease has raised a lot of questions about what that tick-borne illness is and what it can do.

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A Bird’s-Eye View of Storm Damage

Updated: 07/14/2005 - In a bird's-eye view of some of the incredible damage done by Dennis there’s a revealing look at the erosion and property damage that will take a long time to conquer.

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Roads Scholars

Updated: 07/14/2005 - Literally paving the way toward a better future could linger like detention for one local school district. Find out how it plans to work around road improvements.

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Damage in Mashes Sands

Updated: 07/14/2005 - Eight hours before Hurricane Dennis hit Pensacola, a Wakulla County neighborhood 150 miles away was already flooded.

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Growing Rice in Georgia

Updated: 07/14/2005 - All this wet weather is causing headaches for some in the area, but two Georgia men say it's perfect weather for a new type of farming; they're growing rice.

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