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Bonnie doesn't Affect Beachgoers

Updated: 07/26/2010 - Despite the possible threat of a thunderstorm, it didn't have an effect on beachgoers. There were many die-hard fishermen at Panama City Beach who weren't letting rain stop them from fishing.

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Gas Prices Remain Steady

Posted: 07/25/2010 - A survey says the average price of regular gasoline in the United States has gone up in the last two weeks, but by less than a cent.

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Puerto Rico Flooding

Posted: 07/25/2010 - Puerto Rico's governor has declared a state of emergency for 17 flooded communities in the U.S. territory as he presses the federal government to contribute aid.

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FL Ban on Offshore Drilling Vote

Posted: 07/24/2010 - Florida's legislature met in a special session earlier this week to consider letting voters decide on a state constitutional ban on offshore drilling.

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Health Fair

Updated: 07/24/2010 - Friend Bank partnered with Wiregrass Parenting Magazine to host a free health fair today.

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PASS Academy Makeover

Updated: 07/24/2010 - Over 70 men and women from Ft. Rucker painted the hallways and cafeteris of PASS Academy in Dothan.

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LA Plane Practicing Water Landing Crashes; 1 Dead

Posted: 07/24/2010 - BELLE CHASSE, La. (AP) - Authorities say a seaplane practicing touch-and-go landings on water crashed in marshland in southeastern Louisiana, killing a student pilot.

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Sherrod Will Mull New USDA Position this Weekend

Posted: 07/24/2010 - ATLANTA (AP) - Shirley Sherrod says she hopes to take a break from her media whirlwind this weekend to weigh whether to accept a position she has been offered by the Agriculture Department.

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Alabama A&M to Try to Avoid Furloughs in 2011

Posted: 07/24/2010 - HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Alabama A&M University President Andrew Hugine says he will look at finding cuts other than furloughs to make the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

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Lawyer to Meet with Treasury about Dollar Coins

Posted: 07/24/2010 - ST. MARYS, Ga. (AP) - A south Georgia lawyer's campaign to encourage people, banks and merchants to circulate dollar coins has attracted the attention of the U.S. Treasury.

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Ex-Ft. Benning Worker Guilty of 9 Counts of Fraud

Posted: 07/24/2010 - COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) - A federal jury has convicted a former Fort Benning civilian employee accused of funneling more than $4 million in military contracts to a company headed by his sister.

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Bonnie Barely a Tropical Depression in Gulf

Posted: 07/24/2010 - MIAMI (AP) - Bonnie is barely a tropical depression in the Gulf of Mexico and the storm with winds near 30 mph (50 kph) is not expected strengthen as it heads toward the site of the blown-out oil well.

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Grand Isle Worries about Flooding amid Festivities


Posted: 07/24/2010 - GRAND ISLE, La. (AP) - Even as part of the Coast Guard stationed here and the rest of the oil cleanup equipment left the island, trucks were trucking in portable toilets, ice and other supplies for the big concert to be held on the beach.

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Most Debris Cleared 3 Months after Miss. Tornado

Updated: 07/24/2010 - YAZOO CITY, Miss. (AP) - Three months after a monster tornado ripped nearly 150 miles through Mississippi, most of the debris has been cleared and survivors are rebuilding homes and businesses.

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