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February 6, 2003

First claim paid: lobbyist's son
Phone calls from the former secretary of state help lift insurance debts -- Allen Mortham's first, records show.

Inconclusive DNA tests, another execution date
The longest-serving death row inmate from Pinellas County is rescheduled for execution Feb. 26.

Shuttle Disaster: Feeney named to panel planning NASA inquiry
ORLANDO -- U.S. Rep. Tom Feeney, R-Oviedo, was appointed Wednesday to the House Science Committee to help investigate the space shuttle Columbia disaster.

Around the state: St. Johns doctors protest malpractice coverage cost
ST. AUGUSTINE -- St. Johns County doctors closed their offices Wednesday to protest the rising cost of malpractice insurance.

Judge won't drop charges related to boys' murder case
Ricky Chavis is accused of molesting one of the teens who killed their father.

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