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April 12, 2013: Morning News in 90

By on April 12th, 2013

  • Local law enforcement is in charge of making sure all the internet cafes in Alachua County are shut down.
  • A man suspected of a Capital City Bank robbery in Gainesville is behind bars.
  • The Bradford County Sheriff’s Office is installing bright-red signs outside of registered sexual predators’ homes to inform residents about convicted sexual predators in the area.
  • The federal government is launching an investigation of Florida’s $1 billion Hardest Hit mortgage-assistance program.
  • A new Pollo Tropical location in Gainesville will bring about 50 jobs to the area.

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