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Permanent Makeup Warnings

Updated: 07/13/2004 - The option of permanent makeup has eliminated a lot of early morning hassle for many women.

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Paper Trail Votes

Updated: 07/13/2004 - A group called “The Computer Ate My Vote” is staging six rallies throughout the state Tuesday to demand a paper trail for all computer votes that will be cast this fall.

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Paper Trail

Updated: 07/13/2004 - A group of concerned citizens is demanding the state come up with a paper trail to make sure every vote counts in November.

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Check Fraud

Updated: 07/14/2004 - The Leon County Sheriff Office is looking for a man after complaints of check fraud in the capital city.

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Summer Camp Exercise

Updated: 07/13/2004 - The Valdosta City Parks and Recreation Department is in the middle of its summer camp season for children.

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Increasing Homestead Exemption?

Updated: 07/12/2004 - A group called Families for Lower Property Taxes is collecting signatures statewide to get a referendum on the upcoming fall ballot.

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Plans for New Hospice Home

Updated: 07/12/2004 - Fundraising is officially underway for metro Valdosta's first hospice house for terminally ill patients.

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Advance Voters Head to Polls

Updated: 07/12/2004 - Georgia's registered voters can now cast their votes for the July 20 primaries.

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Felon List Defunct

Updated: 07/12/2004 - State elections officials have admitted there is a major flaw in the list of more than 47,000 “potential felons” who were supposed to be purged from the voter rolls, and the list has been thrown out.

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Businesses in Valdosta Salute the Military

Updated: 07/12/2004 - The Valdosta Chamber is working hard to encourage businesses to show their appreciation to the military and Moody in particular by displaying encouraging messages on their marquees and signs as well as flying American flags.

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Burn Camp

Updated: 07/12/2004 - The Tallahassee Fire Department and Shands Burn Unit are sponsoring Camp Amigo, a camp for kids with burn injuries.

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Transition Training

Updated: 07/12/2004 - Soon to be ninth graders are on TCC's campus learning how to cope with the transition from middle school to high school.

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FAMU Player DUI

Updated: 07/11/2004 - Florida A&M athletics took another hit Saturday morning when a football player was charged with driving under the influence.

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FSU Player Arrested

Updated: 07/11/2004 - A starting football player for Florida State University faces two felony charges after being arrested Saturday morning.

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Clay Shooting

Updated: 07/11/2004 - A local scholastic clay shooting group is putting its skills up against others from around the country.

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Arrest Made in Tallahassee Murder

Updated: 07/10/2004 - A murder suspect is now in custody less than 24 hours after police say he shot a man on Tallahassee's southside.

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Tallahasseeans Weigh in on "Anchorman" Movie

Updated: 07/10/2004 - Friday night the movie "Anchorman" hit theaters across the nation and movie goers say they saw a few similarities to some of our TV personalities.

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Patrol for Safety

Updated: 07/10/2004 - A crime 13 years old continues to affect a local family.

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Dillard's Burglary

Updated: 07/10/2004 - A major department store in the the Tallahassee Mall has been burglarized.

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Domestic Violence Class

Updated: 07/10/2004 - Members of one local community went to class Saturday to learn how to prevent and deal with the growing problem of domestic violence.

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Rental Car Insurance

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Many Americans are traveling this summer and with summer travel comes renting cars. So when you're offered the rental agency car insurance, do you take it?

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New Education Standards in Valdosta

Updated: 07/09/2004 - New Georgia Education standards have been approved and will go into effect this fall. Included in the standards are requirements for middle and high school Students to read one million words per year (that equals out to about 25 books).

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Operating Rooms Time-Out

Updated: 07/09/2004 - Last week a national protocol was made mandatory for hospitals to take a "time out" before beginning a surgery.

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