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Envision Dothan Breakfast

Posted: 06/14/2007 - Dozens of business leaders gathered this morning for a breakfast to recognize Envision-Dothan volunteers.

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Two Teens Caught in Robbery-Shooting; More At Large

Updated: 06/14/2007 - Two Florida teens are in police custody after a Marianna gas station was robbed and a clerk was shot in the head. There may be two, even three more suspects on the run. Marianna Police held an afternoon press conference and News 4 was there.

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Houston County Mother Sues Son, Wins $25K Judgment

Posted: 06/14/2007 - A Houston County woman, who claimed her son owed her almost 70,000 dollars through loans she made and money used to support his business while he was in Iraq, won a nearly 25,000dollar judgment in a mixed jury verdict after he filed a counterclaim against her.

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Textile Career Fair

Posted: 06/13/2007 - Agencies from all over the Wiregrass convened in Abbeville to begin the planning process for a career fair aiming to secure new jobs for WestPoint employees.

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Coffee County Burglary Ring Busted

Updated: 06/13/2007 - Wiregrass authorities are crediting an alert citizen with helping break-up an on-going home burglary ring.

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Pandemic Preparedness Training

Posted: 06/13/2007 - Area law enforcement, health care professionals and educators will be given the chance to learn what to do in the event of a disease epidemic.

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Medical Examiner in Boot Camp Death Loses Job

Posted: 06/13/2007 - The state Medical Examiners Commission voted Wednesday to remove the Bay County medical examiner who performed a disputed autopsy on a teenager who died after an altercation with guards at a juvenile boot camp.

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Siegelman, Scrushy Ask Court for Leniency

Updated: 06/13/2007 - Former Governor Don Siegelman and ex-HealthSouth boss Richard Scrushy have made personal pleas for mercy in arguing that prison terms recommended by prosecutors in their corruption case would be "life sentences."

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Deep Water Well Up and Running in Ozark

Posted: 06/13/2007 - Water restrictions are spreading like wildfire across the state. Dry conditions have caused wells to be under nourished and overly dry. But not for the city of Ozark.

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