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WALB News 10 Archives, November 2005

Tuesday 11/1/2005

Bass DUI hearing postponed

Exchange Club Fair opens

Former APD officer sentenced

Four-year-old witnesses mother's murder

Gifts for Gus toy drive a success

Grady 2005 top teacher named

Hearing for DUI killer postponed

Nervous Delphi employees await an answer

New A.D.A.'s in Albany

New H.E.A.T. cars coming to Dougherty County

Quiznos opens in Albany

Raycom to sell 12 stations

The Littlest Golfer

The Tara Grinstead search continues

Three square off in mayor's race

Two Public Safety Chiefs needed in Albany

UPS says to plan, prepare & pack
Wildcats don't bring in much money

 

 

 

Wednesday 11/2/2005

Delphi employees protest

Federal subsidies keep farmers in business

Lt. Governor laments new insurance

State, federal agencies join Grinstead search

Tips for moving

Voters decide on liquor referendum

Wildcats unveil 2006 AF2 schedule

Wireless communication helps hospital O.R. care

 

 

 

Thursday 11/3/2005

10 Country: Wallace's Big Reunion

Blazers ready for West Georgia

Coaches High School Football Poll (November 3rd) Final Regular Season Poll

Dougherty stores still break alcohol ordinance

Fair brings in big bucks

High School Football Schedule-1st Round State Playoffs

Mabbett earns POW honors

Moving creates storm for Katrina survivor

Murder warrant issued for victim's son

Neighbors want Mathis' seat

New state health insurance upsets workers

SGMP moves race to spring of 2006

The race for District 6 City Council

Time ticking, concerns grow over state benefit plan

 

 

 

Friday 11/4/2005

A devastating year for tobacco farmers

A new Georgia home for Katrina evacuees

Atlanta Insurance fraud arrests similar to Albany

Barbecue chefs battle it out on the square
Deadline extended, Phoebe signs with United HealthCare

Deer / car collisions climbing

Deerfield Windsor students donate to Red Cross Hurricane relief

Experts describe Georgia's 2005 tobacco crop as a disaster

Food for Thought

Grinstead's sister believes she's still alive, close to home

Hurricanes soccer earns another first

Lady Cavs cruise to district final

Lee County crash victim wanted on drug charges

Musical puppets play at this year's Exchange Club Fair

Valdosta man wins On Star giveaway

Veteran school board member faces concerned parent

Will Ward III power shift?

Women can be easy prey

 

 

 

Saturday 11/5/2005

Blazers Fall in Finale

Rams Run Over Rival

Grinstead search reaches two weeks

 

 

 

Sunday 11/6/2005
APD investigates south side homicide

High School Football Scoreboard - November 4th

Tara search takes flight

Veterans honored in south Georgia
Left Out

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 6, 2005)

 

 

 

Monday 11/7/2005

Albany teen pleads guilty to sex crime

Bicyclist dies after being hit by car

Ca$h seized in T'ville

Candidates are set for election

Community shoots to save lives

Conference prepares youth for workplace

Fire under investigation

Grinstead still missing

Harvey's distribution center set to close

High School Football Schedule-2nd Round State Playoffs

Lots turn out for early voting

New A.D.D.U. Commander named

Phoebe board member wants competition

Rams put seeding snub behind them

Rape Trial gets underway

Shooting victim still in IC

Take a flight on the wings of freedom

The dangerous job of a taxi driver

Travel saving tips

UGA-AU battle for blood

Widow can't believe police didn't search for cabbie
Woman succumbs to injuries


 

 

 

 

Tuesday 11/8/2005

Albany commission race ends in run-off

Albany to host Georgia Workforce Conference

Broadband Blitz

Candidates press last minute flesh

Civic center manager hires lawyer

Fun run honors fallen student

Hubbard wins Ward 2 seat

Lady Cavs earn top seed at national tourney

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 8, 2005)

Low voter turnout in Lowndes

Man carrying cross attracts attention

Man dies in semi-truck collision

Mega Millions draws mega crowds

Operation One Voice brings runners to Albany

Over the Top

Senator wants to lower retirement age for troops

Travel saving tips

United Healthcare officials face state employees

Voters mostly avoid polling places

Was cabbie still alive when APD came by?

Workforce conference in Albany

 

 

 

Wednesday 11/9/2005

Albany traffic study calls for end to one way streets

Brantley steps down at Worth

'Canes eye new Storm Dome tonight

Carroll signs with Mercer

Civic center manager hires lawyer

Close vote could cause recount

Counterfeit money in Moultrie

Darton grant will provide only online nursing program in southeast

Drumming to help an injured classmate

Emergency officials meet in Albany

Fatal crash still under investigation

Grant may bring farmer's market to Albany

Greene hangs up whistle

Labor pow-wow concludes

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 9, 2005)

Marines mark birthday at MCLB

Mayor to face political newcomer in runoff

Meth indictments handed down

Murder suspect in custody

New Cairo mayor settling in

New Orleans Marines prepare to return home

Nursing Program Gets Grant

Police call off search for missing teacher

Political newcomer sets for battle again

Polka-dot building proves a point

School police looking for second in command

Teen found not guilty of rape
Volunteers to continue search for missing teacher

 

 

 

Thursday 11/10/2005

10 Country: Warren's War Bird Reunion

911/police radio talk released

Adel manufacturing plant catches fire

Bridge named for fallen Marine

Christmas arrives at Lancaster Village

Clay wins player of week honors

Councilman sets goals

Food for Thought

Fundraising campaign for Guard family support

Gunmen assault kids

Henry Mathis heads to prison

High speed chase in Lowndes County

Hospital board member criticized in meeting

Inventor perfects slippers

Leadership Georgia comes to Albany

Lee County employees receive salary increases

Marines mark the birth of the Corps

Pecan crop harvest may disappoint

SEC Football picks for November 12, 2005

Sending overseas? Send it soon.

Supreme Court considers suit by Georgia inmate

Teen driver charged in chase

United Way on the way to reaching goal

War Dogs

Welsh ready for return to Albany


 

 

 

Friday 11/11/2005
Albany State breaks new ground

Albany State honors veterans

Boren steps down, Hooper takes over

Businesses hiring for the holidays

Fire department battles two blazes

Habitat Care-A-Vanners stop in Albany

High School Football Scoreboard - November 11

Long-time mayor faces a runoff election

Margaret H. Priest

Mega Millions climbs to $262 million

Oak trees victim of city improvements

Sailor recalls Indianapolis disaster

Scouts demonstrate flag retirement

Second graders salute veterans

SGMC breaks ground on new IT facility

South Georgians honor veterans

Sumter Humane Society joins nationwide "Cause for Paws"

Tanner-Deen motors moves

Tift Countians honor veterans

Tift Countians honor veterans

T'ville celebrates Vets' Day

Your Personal Forecast

 

Saturday 11/12/2005

Blaze Out

Fly in showcases unique aircraft

Gas prices near two dollar mark

Lady Rams make it five straight

Lee County raises come without warning and over budget

Rams Fall

 

Sunday 11/13/2005

Albany tourism business increases

Hospice care brings a little comfort to families

LCHS drums hours for a friend

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 12, 2005)

Meeting to help seniors with prescription drug changes

Shot rips through Colquitt home

Veterans Monument dedicated

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 11/14/2005

2005 Christmas ornament revealed

Brooks native receives Nobel Peace Prize

Budget hearings kick off

Child rapist sentenced to life

Churches respond to Katrina disaster

Darlington steps down at Valdosta

Deputy shooting trial delayed

Distress system could improve courthouse security

DOT program could pay for safety upgrades

Drugs seized in Thomasville

Golden Corral says "thank you" to military

High School Football Schedule-3rd Round State Playoffs

High Score

Killer pleads to avoid Channel 10 cameras

Lake drained for park improvements

Man struck and killed by train

Marine honored 40 years late

Meeting to help seniors with prescription drug changes

Missing teacher's birthday celebrated

New Medicare plan confuses seniors

Scouts and RV's fill Chehaw Park

Soldier shares experiences

Trial postponed in vehicular homicide case

Video links students

Vigil held for missing teacher's birthday

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 11/15/2005
Adel gas station fined for price gouging

Albany considers bonds to start sales tax projects

Bank robber caught

Baptist Convention takes first vote to divorce Mercer

Business owners weigh in on traffic flow

Deer-vehicle collisions on the rise

Drunk driver sent back to prison

Gas prices hit big low in Moultrie

Kids to perform in Macy's Parade

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 15, 2005)

Lookout for man who tried to grab Albany girl

Man leads officers on three-county chase

Mega-millions fever sweeping south Georgia

Million dollar study says levee is the answer

Missing teacher's birthday celebrated

Police officer trial continued

Quick and easy flu vaccinations

Shots fired near Albany High

South Georgia gas station fined for gouging

TPD nips burglaries in the bud

Win Mega Money tonight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 11/16/2005

2005 Festival of Trees

Albany teen's murder trial underway

CASA raffles casas

Checking your credit? What you'll need

Cuthbert Police investigate Citizens Finance

Drumlines showcase their talent

Drunk driver sent back to prison

FEMA to stop paying for hurricane evacuees' hotel rooms

Former principal sentenced to jail time

Gas prices hit big low in Moultrie

Georgia killer may have killed again

High natural gas prices impact dry cleaning

Industries say Southwest Georgia health care costs highest

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 15, 2005)

Magistrate judge passes

Mark Taylor signs come down

Mega-millions fever sweeping south Georgia

Million dollar study says levee is the answer

Molester to be sentenced

Morning fire destroys home

National honors won for BBQ

Roberts: United Healthcare insurance state's top concern

Savage returns to Wildcats

Shots fired near Albany High

South Georgia gas station fined for gouging

Students get real-life history lesson

Teens arrested for shooting guns near Albany High

Tenant wanted for old Bobs Candies

Tift Relay 2nd in nation

Water restrictions still in effect

Wildcats will get bigger bill from City in 2006

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 11/17/2005

10 Country: Angelia's Geese Family

2005 Festival of Trees

AFD officers help hurricane victims

BHS band headed to Philly

Clock ticks on state health insurance plan

Cook wrestler pins down a scholarship

Detention center still not opened

Emergency agencies train to handle a disaster

From bad to worse for robbery suspect

Goff wins player of the week award

Golfers tee off for a good cause

Heating costs climb

Hurricanes feeling peachy

I-75 wreck kills trucker

It will be, "A Spirited Evening" with the March of Dimes

Kindergartners celebrate thanksgiving

Lady Cavs get record breaking win in nationals

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 17, 2005)

Man sentenced for abusing niece

Phoebe employees provide a happy Thanksgiving

School police force saves money

Smokers get cold turkey

South Georgians help with hurricane recovery

State employees plead for health benefit extension

Tampas convicted on federal money charges

Turner Countians won't pay garbage bills

Valdosta business gets top honors

With freezing temps, firefighters expect increase

 

 

 

 

Friday 11/18/2005

"A Spirited Evening" with the March of Dimes

Albany teenager found guilty of murder

Art's best flock to T'ville

Ashburn woman honors 9-11 victims, military

Colquitt County woman missing

Concerts and festivals planned for this weekend

Fire destroys home

Food for Thought

High School Football Scoreboard - November 18

Industry leaders decry health costs

Investigators try to identify hit-and-run victim

JSL sponsors arts and crafts show

Lee commissioners point fingers

Lee County Administrator resigns

Man killed in Lee County hit and run

Marine Base drills for terrorist attack

Meth fugitive caught

NCAA penalizes Georgia Tech for ineligible athletes

Pecan and sugar prices on the rise

RiverQuarium lays off employees after drop in visitors

Salvation Army kicks off Kettle Campaign, Angel Tree program

Santa comes to town

Shakespearean actor, playwright performs for students

The VERY thin blue line

Valdosta proposes new noise ordinance

Woman wins new car in contest

 

 

Saturday 11/19/2005

Armed robbers targeting West Albany

I-Can Center lends helping hand

Insurance deadline comes with little satisfaction

Lady Cavs reach NJCAA finals

Learn about Native American culture at Chehaw

Power outage leads to cold morning

River bark a howling good time

 

 

Sunday 11/20/2005

Authorities identify hit-and-run victim

Championship Heartbreak

Dougherty, Lee Entertainer of the year named

Family gives the gift of life

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 20, 2005)

 

 

 

Monday 11/21/2005

Albany church offers help on Thanksgiving week

Armed resident holds criminal for police

Auto careens into church building

Blazes spark fire safety lesson

Dealer caught with coke in car

Echols named the carrot capital

Fire destroys home

Neighborhood plans crime watch

Rapper remains in jail after bond hearing

Residents say they'll fight back

Special Report: Not Home for the Holidays

Two fires rage in Thomasville

Volunteers say holidays won't hinder search for Grinstead

Worth County school bus wrecks

 

 

Tuesday 11/22/2005

Albany church serves Thanksgiving lunch

Albany Tech gets new Electro-mechanical Program

ASU officers promoted

Authorities hopeful for bandit identification

Boogie Nights II

Camilla police on lookout for robber

Can you survive a robbery?

Charges against former officer dropped

Child molester jailed

City Manager announces top cop candidates

Contender to build boats in Baxley

DOE honors Thomas schools

Donations down at local food bank

Health dept. open longer

High School Football Schedule-Semifinals

How dangerous is Albany?

How will Mega aquarium affect Albany?

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 22, 2005)

Man killed on Cordele street

Man pleads guilty to child molestation

New ammo helps deputies train safely

Police process car used in Lake Park robberies

Robbery victims ask city commissioners for more police protection

Salvation Army prepares Thanksgiving Day meal

South Georgia ministry offers hope

Store owners, watch out for robbers

Students celebrate high CRCT scores

VSU introduces teachers to future employers

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 11/23/2005

Albany airport normal on busiest travel day

Arrests made in Lake Park robberies

Be careful cooking holiday meals

Bishop plans Medicare bus tour

Carswell named new Albany Fire Chief

Cheevers earns another player of the week honor

Chemical fire causes evacuations

City chief unhappy with Civic Center

Civic Center looks to boost attendance

Congressman praises FEMA for extending deadline

Firefighters check smoke detectors

Gas breaks $2.00 mark in Albany

Help for Katrina evacuees in emotional distress

Holiday travelers hit the road

How dangerous is Albany?

How to stop holiday depression

Kid struck by commissioner's car

Leading agricultural geneticist dies at 95

Lowndes man charged with computer porn

Neighbors vow to stop crime

Nursing students provide Thanksgiving meals

P, oll: Georgians not changing habits because of gas prices

ThanksGIVING for free

 

 

Thursday 11/24/2005

Christmas tree lots busy

Home for the holiday

New exhibit showcases Georgia's scariest animals

Shoppers and stores get ready for Black Friday

South Georgia Mayor delivers Thanksgiving cheer

Valdosta kids perform in Macy's Parade

 

 

Friday 11/25/2005
Albany soldier enjoys Thanksgiving at home

Christmas help on the way

Electricity back on

Finding the perfect Christmas tree

GBI Investigation shows Dougherty School problems

Holiday travelers head home

Light show set to start

New noise ordinance passes in Valdosta

Police investigate suspicious death

Safety before savings

South Georgians head to gym after Thanksgiving

The mad holiday shopping dash

 

 

Saturday 11/26/2005

Deadly weekend on Georgia highways

Defense Does It For Lowndes

Hundreds ride for freedom

National Guard families need support

South Georgia retailers smiling after "Black Friday"

Trojans Go For Title

TyTy gets into the holiday spirit

 

 

Sunday 11/27/2005

Civilian working in Iraq returns to Lee County

Deadly holiday weekend on Georgia roads

Holiday eating could make your waistline grow

Medicare Bus tours south Georgia

Thomas County Sheriff looking for mischief makers

Valdosta run off early voting starts Monday

 

 

Monday 11/28/2005

Christmas parade kicks off

Crime increases in Albany

Early voting underway

End of the line for Merck in Albany

Football fans donate blood

Four year old finds loaded gun in Eckerd store

GMC expands campus

Home Sweet Home

Homeless shelter may close

Low early voting turnout in Lowndes

Merck and Company close Albany plant

Mom survives shooting, son dies by suicide

Murderer on the loose in South Georgia

Seniors get answers about Medicare drug plan

Teen shoots mother, kills self

 

 

Tuesday 11/29/2005

City leaders call for safety improvements

Crime frightens, angers small business owner

Delphi workers hit picket line

Fatal police shooting investigated

Gas tax to jump

GSU sacks football coaching staff

Home builder works overtime for hurricane housing

If someone declares you a big winner, be cautious

Jobs eliminated at base

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 29, 2005)

Merck's ripple effect on non-profit groups

Mother makes emotional 911 call after being shot by her son

Officers indicted for Involuntary manslaughter

Parent mentors begin

Prison guard sentenced to 15 years in prison

The "Wright" Man

VSU raises AIDS awareness

What will be the ripple effects of Merck?

Wounded Mother recovering

 

Wednesday 11/30/2005

2005 Trojans remember 1998 state championship season

Adoption month ends

Arrests made in Pizza Hut employee murder

Banning the word "Christmas"

Big Oak damaged

DHS's Foggy is more than a reliable kicker

Disaster drill puts crews to the test

Doctor criticizes proposed hospital changes

Experts: Agriculture "very vulnerable" to terror plots

First responders train for terrorist attacks

Former President Carter's son to run for Senate

Holiday Safety Tips from APD

Hurricane season ends...local church repairs continue

Iraq combat changes affect MCLB production line

Jealousy leads to teen's murder

Local Sports Scoreboard (November 30, 2005)

Mom calls 911 after being shot by son

Murderer on the loose in South Georgia

Officers indicted for Involuntary manslaughter

Programs aimed at reducing prison population

Search is on for ABAC president

Seniors learn Medicare

Small business also affected by Merck announcement

State leaders put weight behind selling Merck

The "Wright" Man

Words to win by

 

 

Thursday 12/01/05

 

"Christmas" no longer welcome?

A radiation treatment for cancer that is pain and side effect free

Albany residents seek utility bill help

Americus man charged in counterfeit ring

Lowndes seniors want second title

Americus-Sumter County High School students delayed going to classes

Child hit by van

DHS's Foggy is more than a reliable kicker

Election recall denied

Gas tax returns

Guardsman's daughter wins greeting card contest

Joey Randle

Mail out Holiday Cheer

Our Living Spaces Sponsor

Paula Deen cooks up support for recovery center

Religion Report

Residents line up for heat assistance

Sanders earns player of the week honors

State's largest poinsettia producer working around the clock

Students without IDs wait in gym

The "Wright" Man

'Tis the season for more e-mail scam schemes

Tree of Life helps hospice, oncology patients

Two Crisp County men hospitalized by methane fumes

VFW needs help delivering smiles to military kids

Words to win by

10 Country: Cheryl Helps Santas

Some 48th Brigade soldiers come home for the holidays

2005 Trojans remember 1998 state championship season

 

 

 

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