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Students Deliver Turkey Baskets

Updated: 11/22/2005 - Most college students are about to head home to spend the holidays with their families. In Tallahassee though, some are staying behind to make sure needy families get a Thanksgiving meal.

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Special Delivery: Operation Christmas Child

Updated: 11/22/2005 - While many people are starting to make their holiday wish lists, others in the community are working to cross off items on other people’s lists.

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Capital Area Red Cross Handling Wilma Claims

Updated: 11/22/2005 - Tropical Storm Gamma passed well to the south of Florida this weekend, which had many storm-weary Floridians breathing a sigh of relief. Meanwhile, Hurricane Wilma recovery efforts continue in Tallahassee.

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Residents Rally Against Wal-Mart

Updated: 11/22/2005 - Residents, business owners and environmentalists say rolling back prices would roll back their businesses.

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LCSO Major Resigns Amid Controversy

Updated: 11/21/2005 - One of the highest ranking officers at the Leon County Sheriff's Office has resigned under threat of being fired.

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House Fire Claims Teenager's Life

Updated: 11/21/2005 - The Leon County Sheriff's Office has released the name of the person who died in a house fire over the weekend.

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Moratorium on Land Use and Septic Tanks

Updated: 11/21/2005 - As our area continues to grow in population, some area communities are having trouble keeping up. In Gadsden County the rapid growth is creating a septic tank dilemma.

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Student Shows Extraordinary Abilities with Rhodes Scholarship

Updated: 11/21/2005 - Native Floridian, gifted athlete and Florida State University student Garrett Johnson has been named a Rhodes Scholar. He becomes the first FSU student in 30 years to win the honor, and only the second in the school’s history.

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Florida School Boards Challenge State Over Co-Teaching Rules

Updated: 11/21/2005 - Florida’s school boards are going to court against the state, challenging a ruling that does not allow schools to use more than one teacher in the classroom to satisfy smaller class size requirements.

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Hurricane Kate, 20 Years Later

Updated: 11/21/2005 - Monday marks the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Kate, a category two storm that tore through Tallahassee and surrounding areas.

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Carrot Capital of the South

Updated: 11/21/2005 - A local county in south Georgia gets a new nickname along with an exciting distinction.

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Wakulla Leaders Head Back to Class

Updated: 11/21/2005 - Wakulla leaders spent Monday in a classroom learning how to respond to an emergency that threatens hundreds of high school students.

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