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Georgia Town Listed in New Crime Statistics

Updated: 11/22/2004 - If you're thinking about moving, you may want to check out an updated list of the nation's most dangerous cities in which to live. A Georgia city was bumped to number three this year.

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Shop! In the Name of Love

Updated: 11/22/2004 - Florida retailers are expecting a green Christmas this year in spite of the devastating hurricane season and the high cost of gasoline.

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Library in Need

Updated: 11/22/2004 - Jefferson County officials are in desperate need of a new home for their library.

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School's Out for Good

Updated: 11/22/2004 - Construction on a new elementary school is sending some Leon County students to another school.

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Soybean Rust in Georgia

Updated: 11/22/2004 - A soybean disease that hails from Asia and has caused major problems for farmers worldwide is now in Georgia, and farmers fear it's here to stay.

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Homeless Coalition Loan

Updated: 11/22/2004 - The Tallahassee Coalition for the Homeless is need of a loan.

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Doak Campbell Security

Updated: 11/22/2004 - It was a somber Sunday for Florida State fans as the Gators left the capital city with a victory, but the loss didn't perpetuate fights like those seen in the NBA and on the gridiron.

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Life After Iraq

Updated: 11/21/2004 - Back from the battlefield local soldiers adjust to civilian life. Meet a soldier from the 106th MP Battalion making the transition.

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America Supports You

Updated: 11/21/2004 - The Pentagon launches a new website so you can show your support for American troops serving overseas.

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Shots Fired

Updated: 11/20/2004 - Police set out on a massive search, not for a suspect, but a victim.

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Annual Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival

Updated: 11/20/2004 - It's one of the most celebrated wildlife art festivals in the southeast, and Saturday it attracted thousands to Thomasville, Georgia.

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Local Pharmacy Gives Thoughts on FDA Woes

Updated: 11/19/2004 - The controversy behind Vioxx has Americans wondering if the Food and Drug Administration is allowing Americans to take dangerous drugs.

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Baked Goods Are Banned in Georgia Schools

Updated: 11/19/2004 - The case of the Georgia teens that brought poisoned cake to school is causing school officials across the country to take another look at school policies.

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Doctors on the Defensive

Posted: 11/19/2004 - Doctors and lawyers are now battling it out in court over whether Florida residents should be able to see records of medical mistakes.

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American Flags in Florida Schools

Updated: 11/19/2004 - Come next fall, every public school classroom in Florida will be required to display the American flag.

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Pricey Pickup: Part II

Updated: 11/19/2004 - The City of Tallahassee is only one of fewer than 10 communities across the nation that continues to offer its citizens backdoor trash pickup.

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Pricey Pickup: Part I

Updated: 11/18/2004 - For more than 20 years, the City of Tallahassee has been providing its citizens with back door garbage pickup.

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