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Cold Laser

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Rene Heredia has critical Lumb Ischemia, a painful condition that blocks blood flow in his legs. A simple cut can have devastating consequences.

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Geneva Burglary Bust

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Authorities say 18-year-old John Ingalls Junior and the unnamed minor used a 100 pound steel pole to break through the back wall of the Geneva Piggly Wiggly along Highway 52.

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Hartford Grant

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Geneva will get a half-million dollars, while Geneva County and the cities of Slocomb and Hartford will each receive $400,000.

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Bush Headed Back to Gulf Coast

Updated: 09/20/2005 - President Bush is continuing his effort to undo the political damage from Hurricane Katrina.

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Protest Mom

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan didn't get to finish a New York City speech, as police cut the rally short.

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Students Help/Hurricane Katrina Victims

Updated: 09/20/2005 - A group of college athletes in the Wiregrass have more than just sports and books on their minds. They are concerned for the health and welfare of loved ones in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

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Samson School Gun

Updated: 09/20/2005 - A Wiregrass public school teacher is "suspended" Monday night after allegedly pulling out a handgun on campus.

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Victims of Hurricane Katrina

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Victims of Hurricane Katrina have been reuniting with their families after enduring a variety of ordeals and lack of communication with loved ones.

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Katrina Family Kicked Out of Shelter

Updated: 09/20/2005 - A Green Bay shelter that's been helping people displaced by Hurricane Katrina has found one family that apparently misrepresented their situation.

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Helping Hurricane Evacuees

Updated: 09/20/2005 - As relief efforts for Hurricane Katrina continue, one of the more original ways to get out a plea for help was the brainstorm of some Tennessee teenagers.

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Audit: School Board Clean

Updated: 09/20/2005 - An independent audit of Dothan city schools turns up nothing, much to the delight of the school board's incoming chairman, who asked for the investigation.

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Church Response

Updated: 09/19/2005 - Some think the reaction time to victims of Hurricane Katrina was very well handled by churches, which may switch the way people look at Federal Aid.

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FEMA in Dothan

Updated: 09/19/2005 - FEMA is assisting victims in the Wiregrass all week.

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Hinckley Seeks Visits

Posted: 09/19/2005 - A psychologist says weekend visits to his parents' Virginia home would be therapeutic for the man who shot President Reagan.

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Evacuees Moved Out

Updated: 09/19/2005 - A group of Mississippi evacuees moved out of Red Cross shelters and stepped aboard a Carnival Cruise ship in neighboring Mobile.

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Britain Fuel Protests

Posted: 09/17/2005 - Police in Britain have moved swiftly to break-up a go-slow protest by drivers upset over gasoline prices.

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Chemotherapy Drug Update

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Now the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved an update to the neulasta label that will help physicians protect their cancer patients.

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Digital Mammograms

Updated: 09/16/2005 - A new study shows the digital advantages are allowing clinicians to detect breast cancer more accurately in younger women. In women under 50 digital mammograms proved to be about 15 percent more accurate than standard scans.

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Hurricane Katrina/Cancer Patients

Updated: 09/16/2005 - As residents of the Gulf Coast recover from the impact of Hurricane Katrina, the American Cancer Society continues offering assistance to cancer patients.

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Geneva Car show

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Downtown Geneva will be filled with several vintage automobiles in an event to benefit Hurricane Katrina Relief.

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