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Tallahassee, FL – We keep hearing that a bill regarding the teaching of evolution is not about bringing religion into the classroom. The ACLU is not convinced, as we hear from Gina Jordan.

Tallahassee, FL – A broad transportation bill passed a House council today after a lot of public comment on one amendment. Gina Jordan has more.

Tallahassee, FL – It's too late for this election, but more voters may get to help choose the presidential nominees next time. Insurance and storm coverage were also part of the agenda in the Senate today. Gina Jordan has more .

Tallahassee, FL – This is an election year, and we wondered how that's impacting lawmakers midway through the session. Gina Jordan has the story.

Tallahassee, FL – As people's life expectancy continue to stretch beyond today's average age of 80, more and more individuals are trying to navigate the challenging road of growing older. Adult children are also faced with the difficult questions about how to care for their parents.

Tallahassee, FL – As people's life expectancy continue to stretch beyond today's average age of 80, more and more individuals are trying to navigate the challenging road of growing older. Adult children are also faced with the difficult questions about how to care for their parents.

Tallahassee, FL – As people's life expectancy continue to stretch beyond today's average age of 80, more and more individuals are trying to navigate the challenging road of growing older. Adult children are also faced with the difficult questions about how to care for their parents.

Tallahassee, FL – An effort to make sure no child goes to bed hungry has been launched in Florida. Gina Jordan Reports.

Tallahassee, FL – With the price of oil hovering over 100 dollars per barrel, and gasoline right at three dollars and twenty-six cents per gallon, consumers are feeling the pinch. But its not just gasoline and automobiles that are crimping consumers' pocketbooks, its jet-fuel and airline tickets as well. Lynn Hatter reports.

Tallahassee, FL – As people's life expectancy continue to stretch beyond today's average age of 80, more and more individuals are trying to navigate the challenging road of growing older. Adult children are also faced with the difficult questions about how to care for their parents.

Tallahassee, FL – As people's life expectancy continue to stretch beyond today's average age of 80, more and more individuals are trying to navigate the challenging road of growing older.

Tallahassee, FL – An innocent man is a step closer to being compensated for a lot of time spent in prison. He met with the governor Thursday. Gina Jordan has more.

Tallahassee, FL – How does Florida's infrastructure fare in a new report card? Gina Jordan reports.

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Tampa, FL – The Manatee and Aquatic Center at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo expands the traditional boundaries of a zoo, focusing efforts on a high-profile Florida marine mammal species: the Manatee.

Tallahassee, FL – A House panel may have found a compromise to the class size amendment. Gina Jordan reports.

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Tallahassee, FL – The Boys and Girls Club of Florida is naming its 2008 Youth of the Year today at ceremonies in the old Capitol. Kang Liu is one of four finalists from a field of 28 competitors. He tells his story of involvement with the club, and how it changed his life. Lynn Hatter has the story.

Tampa, FL – The Manatee and Aquatic Center at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo expands the traditional boundaries of a zoo, focusing efforts on a high-profile Florida marine mammal species: the Manatee.

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Tallahassee, FL – A long journey to obtain a coveted title; Florida Public Radio's Trimmel Gomes greeted a group of Cracker horses and cowboys visiting the Capitol to chow why the Cracker Horse should be the new state symbol.

Tallahassee, FL – The Florida Senate on Thursday agreed to cut the state's current budget by about a half billion dollars. James Call reports, the proposal includes large cuts to expected money for education.

Tallahassee, FL – Outside and downstairs in the Capitol plaza some legislators and guests mingled together, enjoying free health screenings from Florida Pharmacy Association, and music and food provided by the Florida Transportation Disabled Association. It was also space day at the capitol as well. Lynn Hatter has more.

Tallahassee, FL – Powerful political figures begin to move towards changes in Florida's higher education. The moves are prompting a question: Will the Board of Governors survive the session? Gina Jordan reports.

Tallahassee, FL – Florida's Department of Corrections has become one of the largest pieces of Florida's state budget during the past few years. Crime is on the rise in Florida and pending budget cuts have experts asking what Florida's criminal justice system will look like in the coming years. Tom Flanigan reports.

Tallahassee, FL – As lawmakers grapple with how to balance the state budget, health and human services programs will lose tens of millions for Florida's most fragile citizens. Margie Menzel prepared this report.

Tallahassee, FL – The Boys and Girls Club of the Big Bend has announced its 2007 Youth of the Year- Jazmaun Hall of Monticello. Lynn Hatter has more.

Tallahassee, FL – Tall Timbers Research Station began their first prescribed burn of the year. One lane Southbound on the Florida side of U.S. 319 was blocked off so that the Division of Forestry and Tall Timbers could begin. Lynn Hatter has more.

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