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Three Overturned Trucks in One Day

Updated: 06/17/2005 - It was a rather unusual day on the highway as authorities respond the three overturned trucks in one day.

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Builders Care

Updated: 06/17/2005 - The Tallahassee-based Florida Home Builders Association hit the nail on the head this time with the launch of a new program.

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Farmer Woes

Updated: 06/16/2005 - Georgia's tobacco crop has taken a beating from two weeks of heavy rain, and tobacco farmers don't know if the crop will bounce back.

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Contract Dispute

Updated: 06/16/2005 - Companies willing to build and hire locals were given free land, but one of those companies isn't fulfilling its obligation.

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Adventurers Build Wheelchair Ramp

Updated: 06/16/2005 - Kenneth Banks is a young man who's been confined to a wheelchair and cooped up inside for far too long.

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Fuming Mad

Updated: 06/16/2005 - A restaurant in southwest Florida is suing the state in federal court over the constitutionality of the workplace smoking ban.

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Boom Car Busters

Updated: 06/16/2005 - We’ve all heard ear splitting loud music coming from a car driving down a quiet residential street or from across the parking lot at a public beach. The current law says music shouldn’t be intrusive beyond 100 feet, but starting July 1, motorists can be ticketed if you can hear their stereo further than 25 feet.

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Hospice Needs Help

Updated: 06/16/2005 - Hospice of South Georgia needs a lot of help in raising enough money to build a new care center in Valdosta. Officials with the non-profit hospice in Valdosta say they need a few major donations to help break ground on the new facility.

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Law Enforcement Turning to Hybrid Cars

Updated: 06/16/2005 - As the price of gasoline hits record highs all across the country, more and more people are getting into those hybrid cars.

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VSU Computer

Updated: 06/15/2005 - A preliminary investigation into the hacking of a computer system at Valdosta State University is finished.

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Making it O-Fish-Cial

Updated: 06/15/2005 - A group of fishermen rides along with biologists to prove to them that new fishing nets are deadly to certain fish species.

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Child Molester

Updated: 06/15/2005 - A man is being held in jail on charges that he sexually assaulted a seven-year-old child.

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Clean Up Georgia!

Updated: 06/15/2005 - Georgia's governor says litter is too much of a problem along Peach State roads, and something has to be done. The problem hits close to home.

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Health Care Applauded

Updated: 06/15/2005 - The state of Gadsden County's health has been a big topic among local leaders for some time. Florida Health Secretary John Agwunobi paid a visit to the county to commend those who've tried to address the county's health concerns head-on.

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Summer Food Program

Updated: 06/15/2005 - Hundreds of thousands of children go hungry in the summer because they’re not able to take advantage of the free or reduced lunches offered during the school year. A new law aims to make sure those youngsters get at least one nutritious meal every day.

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Courthouse Security

Updated: 06/14/2005 - Georgia state senators are turning their attention to courthouse security. Several senators met with south Georgia leaders to discuss the best solutions.

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Tuition Troubles

Updated: 06/14/2005 - Florida’s community colleges are urging Gov. Jeb Bush to veto a bill that would jack up tuition rates for more than half their students.

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