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It's a Turkey's Life

Posted: 12/09/2010 - Remember the turkey President Obama pardoned at Thanksgiving? Well, he and his brother have made it to their retirement home.

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Florida to Pardon Jim Morrison

Posted: 12/09/2010 - He was an American rock sensation, a native Floridian who helped 'The Doors' gain international prominence in the 1960s. But along the way, Jim Morrison developed a reputation as an international bad boy. Now, nearly 40 years after his death, state leaders are willing to wipe his criminal record clean.

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'Dragon' - Private Enterprise Rocket Sucessfully Orbits Earth

Posted: 12/08/2010 - During its three-hour, 20-minute flight, the 6-ton Dragon spacecraft made two circuits of the planet at an altitude of 182 miles (300 kilometers) and then splashed down right on target, 500 miles off the coast of Southern California -- thus becoming the first private-sector spacecraft to return safely from low Earth orbit.

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Florida Republicans Want Out of Federal Health Reform

Posted: 12/08/2010 - In August, the Florida State Supreme Court struck down a ballot amendment that would let the state opt out of federal health care reform, calling the amendment misleading. The republican legislators behind the push are back for round two, this time expecting a different outcome.

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Burning of the Christmas Tree

Updated: 12/07/2010 - The city of Albuquerque is reminding residents of the flammability of Christmas trees.

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President & Republicans Agree on Tax Cuts

Posted: 12/06/2010 - After weeks of political wrangling, President Obama and Republican leaders have reached a deal over tax cuts, but Democrats in Congress aren't necessarily on board with the compromise.

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Greyhound Trainer Makes First Court Appearance for Animal Cruelty

Posted: 12/06/2010 - The man accused of killing 32 greyhound racing dogs has been appointed a public defender. Ronald Williams pleaded 'not guilty' to 42 counts of felony animal cruelty stemming from the discovery of dead dogs at an Ebro kennel.

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Rare Salvation Army Donation

Posted: 12/05/2010 - Bell ringers and red Salvation Army kettles are synonymous with this time of year. The kettles bring in about $200 on a typical day. But after counting Friday's donation totals, the day ended up being anything but typical.

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Ga. On Lookout for Killer Bees

Posted: 12/04/2010 - Georgia officials are on the lookout for killer bees in the state after a recent fatal attack in Albany.

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4 Rescued After Dramatic Airplane Ditch in Gulf

Posted: 12/04/2010 - With his engine failing, the pilot of a single-engine plane managed to maneuver the craft and three passengers to a safe splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Posted: 12/03/2010 - November unemployment statistics are out, and they don't look good. Some local retailers give us a look behind the numbers.

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Trimming the Red

Posted: 12/03/2010 - The president's deficit commission is voting on a tough plan aimed at trimming America's red ink.

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