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The Death of Coach Horne to be Presented to Grand Jury

Updated: 08/26/2008 - The investigation into the traffic fatality of Dale County High School Head Football Coach Todd Horne is nearly complete and will be presented to the Dale County Grand Jury in September according to District Attorney Kirke Adams.

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Troy University Reports Minor Storm Damage

Updated: 08/25/2008 - Troy University officials say there is no damage on its Troy Campus as a result of storms Monday morning. All campuses are open and operating as scheduled.

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Bay County Prisoners Transferred to New Jail

Posted: 08/25/2008 - Bay County sheriff's deputies and Corrections Corporation of America personnel moved all 350 inmates from the old jail in downtown Panama City to the brand new facility in Bayou George.

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Florida Disaster Declaration

Updated: 08/25/2008 - Four Florida counties hardest hit by tropical storm Fay have been declared major disaster areas.

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Houston County EMA Wraps Up

Updated: 08/24/2008 - Houston County officials are still not letting their guard down when it comes to unpredictable Tropical Depression Fay.

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Choctawhatchee River is Still Being Monitored

Updated: 08/24/2008 - Choctawhatchee River in Newton is at a level of 10 feet. Flooding level is 19 and the river could still crest at 22 feet from water draining from north of Dale County.

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Power Outages in the City of Dothan

Posted: 08/23/2008 - The City of Dothan has experienced small, isolated power outages in several areas across the city since Friday night.

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Possible Flooding Could Bring more than Water

Updated: 08/23/2008 - The National Weather Service in Tallahassee says Southeast Alabama could see at least 4-6 inches of rain from Tropical Storm Fay. Besides water, there are other things to remember associated with high levels of rain.

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Geneva County Preparing Possible Flood Waters

Updated: 08/22/2008 - If Tropical Storm Fay dumps torrential rain across the tri-states region, Geneva may be the most vulnerable city in the Wiregrass. Geneva Emergency Management personnel have a plan in the event Fay brings flood waters to that city.

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Tropical Storm Fay Sends Students Home Early

Posted: 08/22/2008 - As residents in the Wiregrass prepare for what Tropical Storm Fay may bring, schools around the area are doing just the same. A number of schools in Houston County and surrounding areas sent their students home early on Friday.

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