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Quincy Kids Get Fit

Updated: 03/23/2004 - The Florida Department of Health reports, in a 2001 survey, that more than 50 percent of youth do not participate in any physical education at school.

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A Safe Place to Skate

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Skateboarders in Madison have been breaking the law by riding on city streets.

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Out in Four

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Leaders from universities around Georgia are now working together trying to find the best ways to get a bachelors diploma into the hands of students in four years or less.

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Expanding to the Peach State

Updated: 03/22/2004 - A Florida company is expanding across the border giving the community of Cairo a much-needed economic boost.

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Drug Testing for High School Athletes

Updated: 03/22/2004 - A measure passed a House sub committee Monday, which would allow school districts to randomly drug test high school athletes.

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Phone Rates

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Florida lawmakers are being asked for a do-over on the law that allowed the largest phone rate hike in the state's history.

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Spring Break Traffic

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Students on spring break vacation are being targeted by the Highway Patrol this week to keep roads safe.

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Terry Nichols Local Tie In

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Opening statements are underway at the state trial of Terry Nichols, who's already been convicted in federal court of conspiring to carry out the Oklahoma City bombing.

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K-9 Competition

Updated: 03/22/2004 - Officers of a different breed tested their skills Sunday.

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Sunday Stabbing

Updated: 03/22/2004 - A Sunday stabbing sends two to the hospital and one to jail.

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Habitat for Humanity

Updated: 03/21/2004 - Area spring breakers bypass the beach bound for hard labor.

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Wine Festival

Updated: 03/21/2004 - Area residents were wined and dined, and it was all in the name of art and science.

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Fatal Accidents

Updated: 03/21/2004 - Two weekend crashes claim the lives of four people.

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Shooting Victims Dies

Updated: 03/19/2004 - A Tallahassee man shot early Sunday morning has died, and police are now working a murder case.

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Tornado Anniversary

Updated: 03/19/2004 - Saturday marks the first anniversary of the Camilla tornadoes.

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Wal-Mart Feud at Lake Jackson

Updated: 03/19/2004 - The Wal-Mart Corporation has asked the Leon County Commission to allow for a new Super Wal-Mart at the current Sam’s Club site on North Monroe Street.

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FarmShare Giveaway/TLH

Updated: 03/19/2004 - A surplus of vegetables are distributed to needy families in Leon and surrounding areas.

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High Tech System Having Problems

Updated: 03/19/2004 - Local law enforcement agencies have to rely on a back up communications system after their high tech system started having problems.

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Looking Back

Updated: 03/19/2004 - Local soldiers take a look back to remember how their lives have changed over the last year.

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South Side Survey

Updated: 03/19/2004 - A new survey put out by the City of Tallahassee and Leon County will give residents along the south side, a new platform for their concerns about the area.

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Obesity Alert

Updated: 03/18/2004 - Obesity is becoming a serious problem in our area, as Georgia’s south health district leads the peach state in percentage of obese women.

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