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Georgia execution continues to stir debate

Last night, Troy Davis was executed after being convicted in 1989, for the murder of an off-duty police officer in Savannah Georgia. The case stirred attention throughout the country about whether or not the justice system was killing an innocent man. A day later many questions remain unanswered, and some people are confused as …

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New MLK memorial opens in Washington

Just before the 48th anniversary of Martin Luther King Junior’s, “I have a Dream Speech, a new memorial in honor of him  was opened in Washington D.C. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Samantha Taub reports about the new memorial and what this new monumental statue means for the country.

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Red Cross closely monitoring hurricane Irene

Though Hurricane Irene looks as though it won’t be affecting North Central Florida directly, there could still be some impacts from the storm throughout the state. Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Samantha Taub reports, on what the Red Cross is doing to keep people safe and prepared.

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Final launch for NASA most likely to be postponed

Tomorrow will mark what is supposed to be the end of NASA’s shuttle program. Samantha Taub spoke with CBS Correspondeent Peter King about the shuttle Atlantis’ final launch and what is next to come. King says despite efforts to take off tomorrow, certain conditions could postpone the final flight a …

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