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Pasco County to investigate $3,300 water bill
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Tampa Bay company helping to contain Ebola virus
A Tampa Bay company claims they are helping contain the Ebola virus.
SPPD initiative to take aim at healing wounds
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Wound-seal powder headed to Africa from Sarasota
A Sarasota company is donating thousands of doses of "wound-seal" powder to help in the fight against the Ebola virus.
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