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Officer Uses Taser During Struggle

Updated: 08/06/2008 - Dothan police tried to serve a burglary arrest warrant on a Dothan High student at the school Wednesday morning.

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I-Recycle Pilot Taking Off

Updated: 08/06/2008 - Going "green" seems to be the on-going trend these days. And Dothan isn't wasting any time following suit.

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Wallace Adds Criminal Justice Degree

Updated: 08/06/2008 - The need for law enforcement officers in Alabama is leading Wallace College to expand its academic programs.

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Parents Angry Over Dress Code Enforcement

Updated: 08/07/2008 - A look around the Dothan High campus on the first day of school shows many students going to class and teachers preparing them for the year ahead.

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Road Closure Reroutes Traffic

Updated: 08/06/2008 - North Saint Andrews Street between Main Street and Troy Street is closed Wednesday.

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Wiregrass Electric to Raise Rates

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Over the past few years, fuel costs have continued to rise, and it's not just gasoline and crude oil.

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Guns Stolen from Sportsman's Outfitters

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Late night last Thursday, police promptly responded to a burglary at Sportsman's Outfitters on Ross Clark Circle in Dothan. Twelve handguns were stolen from a display case in the store, and there was some evidence left on scene.

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69-Year-Old Clio Man Robbed and Abducted

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Authorities in Barbour County continue to search for answers after a 69-year-old Clio man was found disheveled and delirious on the side of a road. Officials believe the man may have been abducted, tied up, and left for dead.

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National Night Out Kicks Off

Posted: 08/05/2008 - Tuesday was the 25th Annual National Night Out, bringing the community and law enforcement together.

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Tourists Drown at Panama City Beach

Posted: 08/04/2008 - A Georgia tourist and visitor from Texas drowned over the weekend, while another tourist from Alabama drowned early Monday morning in Panama City Beach. Double red flags are still flying high, and the rough water has something to do with Tropical Storm Edouard passing by the area.

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Schools Prep for Opening

Posted: 08/04/2008 - While many shoppers completed their back to school preparations during the "tax free holiday" over the weekend, teachers and school administrators are hard at work gearing up for the new school year.

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Jackson School District Tighter Budget

Posted: 08/04/2008 - A housing crisis and a large downturn in tourism will severely impact public education in Florida. All 67 district school superintendents are looking to save money and possibly make program and personnel cuts as a last resort.

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