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Fight the Mite!

Updated: 07/21/2005 - There's a new remedy for a critter that's long tormented one popular Georgia crop.

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Dumped by Insurance Companies

Updated: 07/21/2005 - All across Florida, homeowners are coping with higher insurance premiums, and those may be the lucky ones. Thousands of people are being dropped by their companies.

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Prison Graduation

Updated: 07/21/2005 - A dozen inmates at Valdosta State Prison are now graduates of the Peach State's Faith and Character Based Program.

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Dry Idea

Updated: 07/21/2005 - After years of dealing with severe flooding from storms and hurricanes, residents in a south Georgia neighborhood will finally see some relief.

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Tax Holiday

Updated: 07/21/2005 - It's time to save some money on school supplies. Florida's next sales tax holiday is about to get underway. It begins Saturday and runs until the end of the month. Parents are looking forward to the price break.

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Reading Camp

Updated: 07/21/2005 - More than 100 Leon County sixth graders are wrapping up a summer session designed to bring struggling readers up to par.

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FEMA Helps Wakulla County

Updated: 07/21/2005 - Several non-profit agencies and government entities are breathing a sigh of relief. Those agencies will receive federal funding to repair damages caused by Hurricane Dennis.

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A Labor of Love

Updated: 07/21/2005 - It’s a story about a man who wanted nothing more than to make his wife's dream come true by building her her own bed and breakfast.

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Amber Alert

Updated: 07/21/2005 - Officials in Fort Myers arrested one of two parents they say abducted their week-old baby from his maternal grandmother.

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Putting the Jessica Lunsford Act Into Action

Updated: 07/20/2005 - Florida schools are putting the Jessica Lunsford Act into motion, working out the kinks and making sure everyone who comes into contact with students is fingerprinted.

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A History Lesson Beyond the Classroom

Updated: 07/20/2005 - Teachers in Gadsden County are getting a refresher course in African-American history. The teachers say the impact of what they're learning goes beyond the classroom.

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Dennis Cleanup Is Far From Over

Updated: 07/20/2005 - Devastating and unbelievable: words still used to describe Alligator Point almost two weeks after Hurricane Dennis.

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AYP Failures

Updated: 07/20/2005 - As part of "No Child Left Behind," Georgia schools are required to meet certain criteria to ensure students are up to par. Unfortunately, both Thomas and Grady Counties failed to meet these requirements this year.

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Hope Scholarship

Updated: 07/20/2005 - The Associated Press is reporting that a record year for the Georgia Lottery should mean no cuts in the state's Hope Scholarship.

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Local Teens Hailed as Heroes

Updated: 07/19/2005 - Some Tallahassee teenagers are being hailed as heroes after pulling two men from the bottom of a West Palm Beach pool.

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Hurricane Victims Relying on FEMA

Updated: 07/19/2005 - It has been a week since Hurricane Dennis pummeled the Florida Panhandle with surprisingly high storm surge. Residents are making inroads in their cleanup efforts. Cleaning up the muck left behind from Dennis is a full-time job.

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A "Heart"-Felt Contribution

Updated: 07/19/2005 - The future of heart health care in south Georgia continues to look bright, thanks to another half-million dollar donation from a local family.

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