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Tallahassee Crowded With Grads and Families

Updated: 05/02/2004 - If you were out and about Friday in Tallahassee chances are you were caught in some of the craziness associated with three big graduations this weekend.

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East Gadsden Threats

Updated: 04/30/2004 - A threatening letter, which promised bodily harm to African-Americans at East Gadsden High School, prompted several parents to keep their children home from school Friday.

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Star Students in Thomas County

Updated: 04/30/2004 - Thomas County officials had a chance to honor the STAR students in the county's three high schools one last time.

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One Tank Trips: Wakulla Springs

Updated: 04/30/2004 - With gas prices so high we realize that going on a summer vacation could cost an arm and a leg.

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Final Hours of 2004 Legislature

Updated: 04/30/2004 - Florida lawmakers are working late Friday, cranking out bills in the final hours of the 2004 session. A final vote on the budget can't take place until just after seven.

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A FAMU Mom Accepts Her Son's Diploma

Updated: 04/30/2004 - The mother of a FAMU students who died suddenly from an illness this year, is present to receive her son's pin and his diploma at graduation exercises this weekend.

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New Medicare Drug Card

Updated: 04/29/2004 - Seniors will be able to sign up for Medicare's newest drug card starting on Monday.

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Help Fill the Shelves

Updated: 04/29/2004 - A Gadsden County alternative school is in need of school supplies and now they're turning to the public for help.

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Secrecy of Doctors and Hospitals

Updated: 04/29/2004 - A bill on the way to the governor's desk will keep private the names of hospitals, doctors and others involved in “near misses” where patients could have been seriously injured or killed.

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Graduating Granny

Updated: 04/29/2004 - It took her 25 years and four kids, but a grandmother is finally graduating from FSU this Saturday.

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Local Impact of the Georgia Budget

Updated: 04/29/2004 - A spending bill that would have provided $57 million for the program didn't pass because the Gov. is insisting on controlling the allocation of the money raised by extra court fines and fees.

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