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Florida officials to soon begin air quality tests

Posted: 04/17/2009 - WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Florida officials say they will soon begin air tests in some homes to determine whether fumes emitted from Chinese drywall can sicken people.

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State reports more job losses in March

Posted: 04/17/2009 - TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - More Florida workers are losing jobs. There are now 893,000 Florida workers looking for jobs, the state agency overseeing the labor market reported Friday.

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Arrest made in ten year old Florida murder case

Updated: 05/11/2009 - The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office and Florida Department of Law Enforcement with the assistance of the Bay County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Lynn Haven man on a charge of premeditated, first degree murder.

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Former Casselberry officer loses reinstatement bid

Updated: 04/17/2009 - A central Florida police officer who was fired for suing a family after she slipped and fell in their home during an attempted rescue won't be returning to the force.

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News Journal Corp. hires bankruptcy lawyer

Updated: 04/17/2009 - A lawyer representing The News-Journal Corp. says the newspaper company might consider bankruptcy to keep the publication in operation.

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UF president warns 'worst case scenario' looms

Updated: 06/24/2009 - University of Florida President Bernie Machen has announced "a worst case scenario" of what a 10 percent cut in the state budget could mean to the school.

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Florida broker indicted in Air Force fraud scheme

Updated: 06/24/2009 - A Florida based aircraft parts broker is facing federal charges that he collected almost $225,000 for parts and supplies never delivered to the U.S. Air Force.

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Florida officials approve turtle harvest limit

Posted: 04/16/2009 - State wildlife officials have tentatively approved a new rule that will impose the nation's strongest measures to protect freshwater turtles in Florida.

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Some Florida food stamp calls handled in India

Posted: 04/16/2009 - Florida lawmakers are outraged that the state is paying JPMorgan Chase to provide food stamp program services - particularly customer call centers in India.

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Groups sue federal government over sea turtles

Updated: 06/24/2009 - A half dozen conservation groups have sued the federal government, claiming the agency that oversees the Gulf of Mexico fishery is violating the Endangered Species Act by failing to protect threatened sea turtles.

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