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Business Brief

Updated: 10/11/2005 - That big bankruptcy in the auto sector sent the DOW into reverse. Delphi Automotive filed the largest bankruptcy in U.S.

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New Chronic Pain Center in Tallahassee

Updated: 10/11/2005 - This summer, the Tallahassee Memorial Center for Pain Management opened a clinic. Later this week, the surgery side of things will get started with the first round of operations set for October 14.

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Cracking Down on Gas Thieves

Updated: 10/11/2005 - The number of drivers stealing gas is on the rise locally, and now law enforcement and store managers are fighting back.

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Girl Run Over, Dies at Hospital

Updated: 10/10/2005 - A tragic accident happened this weekend as an off-duty Leon County sheriff's deputy accidentally ran over his three-year-old daughter.

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Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament

Updated: 10/10/2005 - The first Big Bend Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament was held to raise a money for the program.

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Hurricane Research Funds Being Shortchanged?

Updated: 10/10/2005 - Florida’s hurricane experts say the feds are shortchanging funding for critical research and equipment that could help save lives and property.

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Business Brief

Updated: 10/10/2005 - What are the lamest excuses for calling in sick to work, and which are the sorriest sales service comments from merchants?

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Man Accused of Ramming Trooper on Trial

Updated: 10/10/2005 - A jury is seated and ready to hear the case against Theron Sapp, who is accused of attempted murder for striking a trooper with his car during a 2004 car chase.

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20,000 Dead in Earthquake

Updated: 10/10/2005 - The United States is moving fast to get $50 million in aid into the parts of Pakistan and India destroyed by a powerful earthquake on Saturday.

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Officers Face Beating Charge

Updated: 10/10/2005 - Three New Orleans police officers have pleaded not guilty to battery charges after a violent arrest over the weekend.

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Everglades Restoration Update

Updated: 10/10/2005 - Scientists say too much rain and high water caused a drop in wading bird nests this year in the Florida Everglades.

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