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2 suspects apprehended in Dunwoody, 1 still at large

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Dunwoody and Brookhaven police along with the FBI are looking for a suspect who fled the scene after a car accident on Ashford Dunwoody Road. More>>

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GDOT wants your feedback on traffic and transportation

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The Georgia Department of Transportation is currently looking at future transportation needs and considering alternatives for funding those projects. To do this, GDOT wants to know what Georgians are looking for and any recommendations about how to pay for the work. More>>

APS bus drivers hit the streets to prep for the first day of school

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Drivers in the city of Atlanta may see school buses on the road Tuesday. More>>

Pedestrian struck, accused hit-and-run driver runs away

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Police know the identity of a driver who hit a woman with his car then ran from the scene on foot. More>>

Delta pilot's rant against air traffic controller caught on tape Video included

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A Delta pilot snaps at air traffic controller guiding the plane to correct taxiway at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the busiest airport in the country. More>>

Man drowns at Lake Allatoona

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There has been another drowning at Lake Allatoona. The Bartow County Sheriff's Department received a call of someone drowning Sunday afternoon between 2 and 3 p.m.
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Police: Tailgate stolen, swapped out right on car dealer lot

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Police in Conyers are asking for the public's help after a brazen thief stole a tailgate from a truck at a car dealership. More>>

Police looking for person who fatally shot man in the back of the head

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The Fulton County Medical Examiner released the name of a man who was shot and killed Saturday. More>>

4 children injured when car drives into their yard Video included

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Hall County officials are investigating a car accident that sent four children to the hospital.
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Trial in salmonella outbreak set to begin in Ga.

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The trial for three people charged in a deadly salmonella outbreak traced to a southwest Georgia peanut plant five years ago is set to begin. More>>

Douglasville family's dog could cost them their home Video included

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A Douglasville apartment complex may be violating federal law if it ends a woman's lease because of her dog.

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Parade celebrates Baseball Hall of Fame inductees

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The largest group of living inductees goes into the Baseball Hall of Fame Saturday. Including three legends from the Braves' championship run in the 1990'. More>>

Hartsfield opens application site for screenings

Passengers at Atlanta's main airport can now apply at a second site to join a security program that offers faster screenings. More>>

FAA investigating plane crash in Coweta County Video included

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The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a plane crash that occurred in Newnan. More>>

Tailgates stolen in Rockdale County

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Someone is stealing tailgates from Ford pickups in Rockdale County.

There have been four so far this month.
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Cat calls 911 from animal shelter

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Curiosity for one cat resulted in a call to 911. Emergency dispatchers got a call from Zeke the cat this week, as reported by WWSB-TV in Florida. More>>

Man who charged officer with sword is no stranger to Covington police Video included

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Covington police said the man who charged at an officer on Wednesday, waving a sword, is no stranger to police. More>>

Conyers nursing home evacuated after lightning fire

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According to the Rockdale County Fire Department, 78 residents were evacuated from the Rockdale Nursing Healthcare Center after a small fire that occurred in the attic. More>>

Police arrest Dalton man for selling fake marijuana, twice

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On Wednesday, Dalton Police Department arrested a man for a second time this year for selling synthetic marijuana. More>>

Savannah stray dogs found together placed in new home

Courtesy: Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department Courtesy: Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department
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Two stray dogs in Savannah have captured the hearts of animal control staff and animal lovers nationwide with their story of loyal friendship. Animal control officers have named them Joanie and Chachi. More>>

Sword swinging suspect shot by police Video included

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Police in Covington received a call about a suspicious person carrying a sword Wednesday at about 12:30 p.m. The man was spotted in the area of Legion Drive and Brookwood Circle. More>>

Manufacturer issues recall after ladder truck malfunction injures three firefighters Video included

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Three fire fighters injured in a training exercise will be OK after suffering serious bumps, bruises and breaks. Manufacturer of ladder truck involved in the incident has issued a voluntary recall of the vehicles. More>>

Six Flags looking to hire 400 zombies, singers and dancers

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Six Flags Over Georgia is getting ready for Halloween and their annual Fright Fest. The amusement park is looking to hire about 400 people for the event. This is more than twice the number of people hired last year. More>>

Fund set up for injured Hall County firefighters

A fund has been set up to help the families of three Hall County firefighters, who were injured when a ladder fell about 20 feet during a training exercise. More>>

Pregnant woman remembered nearly 100 years after horrific lynching Video included

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A pregnant woman was remembered by her family nearly 100 years after her horrific lynching. More>>

Blind man falls onto MARTA train tracks Video included

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A man is recovering after falling onto the train tracks at a MARTA station in downtown Atlanta Tuesday evening. More>>

Donations pour in for Cherokee County Animal Shelter

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Donations are pouring into the Cherokee County Animal Shelter which is caring for more than 350 dogs seized from a puppy mill last week. More>>

3 Tech football players dismissed, 1 suspended

Anthony Autry, Darius Commissiong and Travin Henry (L to R) have all been dismissed by Ga. Tech football. Lynn Griffin (far right) has been suspended. (Courtesy: Georgia Tech) Anthony Autry, Darius Commissiong and Travin Henry (L to R) have all been dismissed by Ga. Tech football. Lynn Griffin (far right) has been suspended. (Courtesy: Georgia Tech)
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Three Georgia Tech football players have been kicked off the team and a fourth suspended. A spokesperson for Tech's athletics department says they all violated the NCAA's student-athlete code of conduct. More>>

Douglasville city manager and police chief meet following controversy Video included

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The Douglasville City Manager said he met with the city's police chief Tuesday, and the two will meet again Wednesday as everyone moves forward following a storm of controversy. More>>

Police: Woman stole $123K from investment account

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Atlanta police are asking for the public's help in finding a woman accused of fraud. More>>

No disciplinary actions will be taken against Douglasville police chief

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Douglasville city leaders said no disciplinary actions will be taken against Police Chief Chris Womack after controversial comments the chief made to CBS46 News. More>>

Kroger pharmacist accused of taking pictures up customer's skirt Video included

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A pharmacist at Kroger in Suwanee is out of jail on bail, accused of using his cell phone to take pictures up a customer's skirt. More>>

200 pairs of panties stolen at east Georgia mall

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Authorities are investigating the theft of 200 pairs of panties at an east Georgia shopping mall. More>>

Police release more details after I-20 shooting Video included

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Atlanta police said a man who went to Grady Memorial Hospital with a gunshot to the chest is connected to the I-20 shooting which occurred Saturday, but officers are not saying how the man is connected. More>>

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