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Body found on Ga Tech campus

ATLANTA - Authorities are investigating after a body was found on the Georgia Tech campus in midtown Atlanta.

11/16/10 - 5:21pm

Lady Antebellum experiences shared over social media

Fans and reporters posted about Lady Antebellum's visit to Augusta on Twitter. See what they shared.

11/16/10 - 12:17pm

They thought kidnap suspect was long dead

JACKSON, Miss.  - For nearly two decades, a Mississippi man legally declared dead openly used his real name even when he was arrested on drug, battery and other charges.

11/16/10 - 7:13am

Gwinnett considers crematory plan

TUCKER, Ga. - County commissioners are set to take up the issue of a controversial crematory proposed for a Gwinnett neighborhood.

11/16/10 - 7:04am

Georgia's first statewide GOP winner retires

ATLANTA - Bobby Baker's victory in 1992 gave the GOP its first constitutional office since Reconstruction and opened the door to this month's sweep of every statewide race

11/30/10 - 6:42am

Swamp fire smoke causes south Ga. crashes

Several state roads were temporarily closed in three southeast Georgia counties Monday because of smoke from a wildfire burning in a swamp seven miles north of Homerville. The smoke was blamed for several crashes.

11/16/10 - 6:36am

Braves pitcher remembers late child with gift

KINGSLAND, Ga.  - They only met one time, four years ago, but Justin Norris made a lasting impression on Atlanta Braves pitcher Tim Hudson.

11/16/10 - 6:32am

Greene deputy's killer might have been seeking help

GREENSBORO, Ga. -- A suspected drug dealer who faced a long prison sentence may have killed Greene County's chief deputy out of desperation Sunday morning when he visited the officer's home to seek help

11/16/10 - 6:18am

Ga. environmental concerns revealed

ATLANTA -- Georgia's response to a July chemical spill has experts concerned about future environmental accidents across Georgia.

11/15/10 - 7:34pm

Georgia to sue feds over citizenship law

ATLANTA -- Georgia is again suing the U.S. Department of Justice in an effort to seek federal permission to implement procedures for verifying the citizenship of voters, Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced Monday.

11/15/10 - 7:28pm
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