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     • I wish I would have hugged my Dad who taught me so many lessons about life
     • March in Washington helps revive spirits of marchers, sets up challenge for the future
     • Drug addicts fight, sometimes lose, but agency keeps offering hope to community
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     • Southern Scholarship Foundation offers welcome for honors students
     • Real story: Time heals old split over FSU game, wish to return, as Spurrier comes home to cheers
     • Encounter with a manatee on kayak trip down the Wakulla River
     • Gay marriage decision is intriguing as we look at the opinions of Supreme Court justices
     • There are just no guarantees in a presidential election
     • Governor doesn’t know how to govern, should resign and go back to private business
     • A night to remember as UF champion gymnastics team salutes cancer patients with “magic medicine”
     • Loss of limb no barrier for people in new support group in town
     • Mom refuses to send kids to school program to honor city’s cops - the family suffered enough
     • Early Christmas miracle came at cash register as customer struggled to pay for her groceries
     • Porsche made me feel like a million dollars

    Recent TTN News Content

     • The down and out: tales of people trapped in a storm that wrought havoc in Florida - The down-and-out victims of Hurricane Irma come from various walks of life, and many of them are in Florida's prison system. This is their story....
     • Hurricane is coming, batten down the hatches - Preparations are essential as storm approaches the Tallahassee area ...
     • Out for repair - Off for repairs ...
     • UF will not allow white supremacist to speak on campus - The University of Florida has said that the likelihood of violence has caused it to take action to oppose permission for a white academic nationalist to speak on campus. ...
     • OL Samuels dies; creative folk artist won state, national acclaim, family asks for help for expenses - O.L. Samuels, 85, was a boxer, bounty hunter, singer, arborist, minister and acclaimed folk artist whose unique carvings were recognized by the public, art collectors and museums including the Smithsonian. ...
     • A free life is a miracle for Calvin Thomas after he serves 57 years of a death sentence - It is no small miracle that Thomas is alive. His death warrant was signed in the 1960's. He was moved to "The Ready Room" next to the electric chair as preparations were made for his execution. The courts granted a stay of execution hours before he was scheduled to be put to death. Now, he will enjoy a new life, out of prison. ...
     • Aaron Hernandez left a message of eternal life as he willfully took his own life in prison - Aaron Hernandez was a gifted athlete who led a troubled life. But his suicide caught friends and family by surprise, a week after an quital in court on another case. ...
     • Frosty the Snowman provided a chilly break from Florida’s warmer winter weather - Visiting up North was an experience that a Floridian could enjoy, but coming home to warmer weather makes one appreciate Florida. ...
     • Women prisoners count their blessings on a tearful Thanksgiving at Lowell Prison - Visits on Thanksgiving were all too short at Lowell Prison where children were asking "Why can't I stay with Mommy?" Columnist Jack Strickland visits at Lowell and writes a riveting story about the emotions of the day as families got together all too briefly. He came away with both a feeling of sadness and of joy. ...
     • “Souls to the Polls” march re-enacts history to inspire students at FAMU to vote in the election - FAMU students recreated history on Sunday with a march to the polls to demonstrate the importance of voting and to inspire students to vote in the national election. ...
     • Florida women’s prison is nightmare as prisoners endure humiliation, poor medical care, rip-offs - Florida's major prison for women is an endless nightmare for those who have to endure the permanent psychological scarring that results from little privacy, no meaningful rehabilitation, general neglect of medical care by the prisons, and the rip-off of high prices for phone calls and items supplied by private contractors. ...
     • Question is whether Adelson family was involved in Markel murder, and motives of the suspects - Questions remain unanswered about release of evidence and possible motives for murder - were suspects trying to extort money from Adelsons? ...
     • Small explosion causes chaos at Florida A&M University - An explosion at the FAMU campus Thursday was actually a dishwasher catching fire. However it did cause a scare among faculty, staff and students at the Presidential Dining Hall. ...
     • In a surprise appearance, Shaq has a ball inspiring neighborhood kids to dream big - A surprise visit by the former star basketball player to Gainesville and the police department brought out good feelings all around as kids got to play with superstar. ...
     • ‘Cash register justice’ for the poor means no justice for many in Florida courts - Prosecutors now seek to extract fees from indigent defendents to help pay office costs, causing possible miscarriage of justice, says national justice center. ...

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    » Aaron Hernandez's fiancee speaks out
    » Rise and fall of Aaron Hernandez
    » Trump is 'deranged' and will pay, North Korea says
    » Puerto Rico governor: Power could be out for months after Hurricane Maria
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    » Facebook To Turn Over 3,000 Ads To Congress In Russian Election Interference Probe
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    » In 'Vietnam War,' Ken Burns Wrestles With The Conflict's Contradictions
    » How States Are Banding Together To Take On Trump
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    October 12, 2011

    On September 28, 2011, an application for license renewal was filed by Calvary Chapel of Twin Falls, Inc. with the Federal Communications Commission for FM Translator Station W283AW at Tallahassee, Florida. The W283AW transmitting site is located at geographical coordinates north latitude 30-29-05; west longitude 84-19-54. W283AW operates on Channel 283 with an effective radiated power of 13 watts.

     

     


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