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In the News: City Commission Discusses Homeless Shelter Background Checks, Fort Hood Gunman Did Not Appear Violent, Silver Springs Film Fest 2014, Stanford Mom Facing Death Penalty

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Tax Collection Agencies Expedite Concealed Weapon Permits

Concealed Weapon Intake System, a voluntary program offered by the government, allows individuals to apply for or renew a concealed weapon license. Adopted by Marion County in April, people who serve in the military are receiving permits in less than a month.


State Panel Prepares To Move Forward With Medical Pot

The panel responsible for selecting the five nurseries where the state’s first legal pot will be grown have been appointed by Florida health officials. There will be three members, the chief of the Office of Compassionate Use, an accountant and a member of Gov. Rick Scott’s Statewide Drug Advisory Policy Council. 


Steven Sotloff’s Parents Open Up As 1-Year Anniversary Nears

One year has passed since journalist Steven Sotloff’s beheading. Sotloff’s parents have a memorial foundation, which will give journalism students scholarships.


In The News: Labor Day Holiday Travel Could Rise As Gas Prices Fall; Evacuation Lifted After Bomb Threat At Oviedo High School; As Drone Usage Soars In Latin America, So Do Concerns; Dick Cheney Jabs At Hillary Clinton’s Email And Urges Joe Biden To Run; McKinley To Denali: In Alaska, Obama To Rename Tallest U.S. Peak

Labor Day holiday travel could rise as gas prices fall | Gainesville.com – Gas prices in Gainesville are more than $1 cheaper than they were last year at this time. It is expected that motorists will travel more this year […]


In the News: St. Johns County Officials Offer Free Sandbags To Residents; Wilkerson’s Attorney Requests End To Mental Health Treatment; Scott Walker Criticizes Jeb Bush On Iran Deal; Obama’s Alaska Visit Highlights Global Warming

Free sandbags available to St. Johns County residents | StAugustine.com – With Northeast Florida under a flood watch, St. Johns County officials are offering residents free sandbags. Officials will offer sandbags until rain stops. St. Augustine Record Orlando Sentinel – […]


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