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US Agriculture Chief: China, US Agree on Free Farm Trade

Posted: 12/06/2008 - The United States and China agree on the need to resist protectionist farm tariffs even in the face of the world economic crisis, the U.S. agriculture secretary said Saturday, while urging action on a world trade agreement.

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Lawsuit Forces Man To Change His Name

Updated: 12/05/2008 - A rapper from the Atlanta area must change his name and fork over quite a bit of cash after butting heads with the wrong company.

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Fatal Accident in Gadsden County

Updated: 12/08/2008 - Update: The Florida Highway Patrol has named the person involved in the fatal car accident in Gadsden County.

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CFO Calls For State Spending Cuts

Posted: 12/04/2008 - Florida’s Chief Financial Officer says lawmakers shouldn’t rule out taxes as a source of revenue to balance the budget. Florida is facing a two billion dollar deficit.

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Big 3 Bring Case to Congress for Second Time

Posted: 12/04/2008 - CEO's from the Big Three automakers made another pitch for a financial rescue package today....telling lawmakers that the economic future of millions of Americans is hanging in the balance.

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Medicaid Hotline Flooded with Calls

Posted: 12/03/2008 - A state hotline, for low income families try to change their Medicaid coverage is flooded with calls. People dialing into the call center are often greeted with a busy signal. Staff and hours have been added, but right now the demand is exceeding the state’s resources.

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Nation's Governors Meet with President-Elect Obama

Posted: 12/02/2008 - Governor Charlie Crist joined other governors in a closed door meeting with President-Elect Barack Obama in Philadelphia today. The governors are asking the president-elect for a combined 176 billion dollars. Governor Crist is seeking money to protect Medicaid programs and speed up road construction.

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Automakers Meet in Washington for Second Time

Posted: 12/02/2008 - The big three U.S. automakers are handing over their plans for the future to Congress. That's the first step toward convincing lawmakers to give them 25-billion in taxpayer money.

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Environmentalists Push Clean Car Standards

Posted: 12/01/2008 - Florida’s Environmental Regulation Commission is set to vote tomorrow on new carbon emission standards for vehicles sold in the state. The new standards could cut car pollution in Florida by 40 percent, but it could also raise the price you pay for a new car.

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Demand for Solar Rebates Go Up As Funds Run Dry

Posted: 11/24/2008 - A state fund used to issue rebates to people who install solar panels on their homes is out of money. More than 1,300 Floridians who have already been approved for a rebate are now on a waiting list, and some feel the state broke its promise.

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Tallahassee Food and Wine Festival

Updated: 11/22/2008 - Saturday the March of Dimes hosted its annual Food and Wine Festival in the University Center Club.

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Andrew Arosemena Vigil

Posted: 11/22/2008 - A Tallahassee family remembers the loss of their son one year ago Saturday night.

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Yo-Yo Tourney

Posted: 11/22/2008 - Serious yo-yo enthusiasts showed up to Lake Ella's American Legion Hall Saturday to compete in the regional yo-yo competition.

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Navy SEAL Challenge

Posted: 11/22/2008 - Men and women in the Navy's Delayed Entry Program were put to the test in Havana Saturday.

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