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"No to 8" Campaign

Posted: 10/05/2010 - In 2002, Florida voters passed a mandate to reduce public school class sizes. Today critics say the state can't afford to build new classrooms and hire new teachers. That's why they want you to vote yes to Amendment 8.

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Highway Serial Killers? Yes, Says FBI

Updated: 10/05/2010 - During the past four decades, at least 459 people may have died at the hands of highway serial killers, FBI statistics show.

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11 Countries Seek Voice in AZ Immigration Appeal

Posted: 10/04/2010 - Mexico and 10 other Latin American countries want a federal appeals court to consider their viewpoints in Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's appeal of a ruling that put parts of her state's new immigration law on hold.

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National Fire Prevention Week

Posted: 10/04/2010 - It's National Fire Prevention week, and Jackson County fire agencies are educating hundreds of elementary school students on how to prepare for one.

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Florida Close to Medicaid Crisis

Posted: 10/04/2010 - Enrollment in Medicaid is booming, thanks in large part to the recession. According to a new report, 3.5 million more Americans signed up last year, and in Florida Medicaid is growing even faster.

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Solar Powered Signs

Posted: 10/04/2010 - Growing numbers of cities and towns are turning to solar-powered road warning and school safety signs to inform the public and save money and energy. However, there is one problem so far.

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Actor Tony Curtis - Dead at 85

Posted: 10/01/2010 - Actor Tony Curtis combined good looks, brash confidence and a streetwise rough edge into one mesmerizing package.

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Boy, 4 Drives Van Over Woman, Killing Newborn

Posted: 10/01/2010 - BURLESON, Texas — Police say a 4-year-old boy in Texas managed to start a van then run over a woman and her 3-week-old child, killing the newborn.

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Holiday Hiring Picture Gets a Bit Merrier

Posted: 10/01/2010 - The holiday hiring picture looks a bit merrier this year. Macy's, Toys R Us, Pier 1 and Borders all plan to hire more temporary holiday workers this year than last, emboldened by several months of sales gains and a slowly improving economy.

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Baker Says She Was "Saving" Baby Shannon

Posted: 09/30/2010 - Both the state and defense rested their cases in the trial of a Florida woman accused of kidnapping her niece in November of last year. The defendant, Susan Baker, took the stand last and was cross-examined by the state for more than two hours.

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