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Monday July 2, 2007
8 pipe bombs destroyed in Valdosta
Attorney says two Lee drug suspects are innocent
Camilla ethanol plant halfway there
Commissioner recovers from surgery
Defense lawyer to turn doctor in if charges filed in Benoit probe
EDC markets Albany/Dougherty County
Florida woman killed in Cook County crash
Investigation continues into deadly Albany police chase
Joe Burns considers retirement
Journalist who covered civil rights dies at 69
Lee County drug bust shuts down major marijuana operation
Mellow Mushroom set to open
Muslim woman barred from Valdosta courtroom for wearing scarf
New Development cleared for construction
New Georgia laws are now in effect
Peanuts Enjoying Long Homestand
Peanuts Stay Hot, Cool Joes
Pipe bomb-type device explodes at Disney World; no injuries
Plant employees injured by fire
Police chase wreck victim buried
South Georgia fireworks sales called good
Space scarce for very ill babies
Sweeping state immigration law to make impact in Georgia
The friendly skies are likely to be full, too
Thomasville police take kids to class
Three protesters arrested at Fort Benning
WALB's big stick will soon go live


   Tuesday 7/3/2007
10 Country: Bill's Heavy Solution
A weed in alfalfa hay is sickening horses
APD wants your help
Attorney says two Lee drug suspects are innocent
Beer prices on the rise
Benoit doctor charged in drug probe
Bobs building has a buyer
Cheese costs hitting more than your wallet
City of Albany ready to light the sky
Club owner in a Catch-22
Coutu is kickin'
Crime Unit needs one more gang member
Disabled Albany woman plans to file complaint against the city
Former deputy under investigation
Georgia Marine dies after boat capsizes in Iraq
Head scarf still barred from court
House speaker suggests 911 surcharge could help trauma centers
Judge opens hearings, allows WALB cameras
Man says he was shot asking for gas
MegaFest on hold for a second year
Peanuts Magic Number down to four
Pedestrian killed while walking in road
Pipe bomb case turned over to FBI
Pipe bombs, guns found in Valdosta locker
Pot houses were like factories
Rep. Johnson signs onto Cheney impeachment bill
Riverquarium's future remains in limbo
SPLOST fund discussed
State park celebrates 4th early
The VPD will be watching
WALB's Most Wanted: Tracy Dean Akin
WALB's new Mega-tower up and running
Walk it out!
Where to celebrate the 4th of July?
Wildcats learn from loss


Wednesday 7/4/2007
A happy July 4th is a safe July 4th
Albany 4th celebration goes off with a bang
Albany firefighters on standby just in case
Bittersweet holiday for Albany family
DNR warns nighttime boaters to use caution on the lake
Front doors for two Albany pharmacies smashed in
Funeral home gives back for the 4th
Garrabrants moving up
Holiday gives RiverQuarium a boost
Peanuts Magic Number down to four
Short travel period is deadly
Steaks and ribs, Stripling's best Fourth sellers
Stores stay open for the 4th
The tricks behind the Independence Day magic
Thousands celebrate the Fourth at Veterans State Park
WALB back on the tube for many, viewers excited
What's new this 4th of July

Thursday  7/5/2007
Albany crews prepare for emergencies before they happen
Albany-Dougherty Drug Units hit the jack "pot"
Avoiding ill from the grill
Bailey ready for return to Florida
Bishop defends earmarks
Cagle workers appeal ruling by three-judge panel
Car thief crashes stolen Lexus
Carmike Cinemas co-founder dies in Columbus
Coke may buy Snapple-- or brew its own tea
Congressman agrees with complaint
Dougherty emergency response times a mixed bag
Farm chemical spill closes South Slappey
Former lawmaker joins effort to free Wilson
GA roads some of the best in U.S.
Georgia Marine one of two killed in Iraq
Health Department offers back-to-school immunizations
Jackets still strong without Johnson
Man trapped in vehicle unhurt
Medical Reserve Corps wants you!
Movie Gallery looking at options, unable to meet credit
Peanuts lose in the bottom of the 9th
Pot probe leads to another arrest
Pressure washer puts out fire
Sex abuse claim lands brothers in jail
South Slappey Blvd. closed by spill
Southern senator boosts unneeded office
Stray rocket damages home
Toxic material successfully cleaned from Slappey Blvd.
WALB back on the tube for many, viewers excited
Waycross Public Health lab opens 


Friday 7/6/2007
Abused dogs put down
Auto theft suspect in hospital
Burglary suspect cleared
Car owner cleared in pharmacy vandalism
Commander warns against drawing down troops too early
Democrats lead in Georgia presidential donations
Food for Thought- Food Service Inspections
GA blood supply critically low
GA's entrepreneur friendly
Georgia woman, 55, births twins
Giuliani: Money drives campaign schedules
Good-win time for Peanuts
Grady leaders anticipate growth
Helena to get Temik cleanup bill
Learn Gang Awareness 101
Lee woman too smart for scam artists. Are you?
Man convicted of killing officer set for clemency hearing
More marijuana arrests to come
National Hurricane Center director says he won't resign
Old buildings yield for pharmacy
Rams ready for season
Short chase ends in crash
Some Terrell Countians don't like re-assessment
TB patient Speaker questions CDC policy on isolation
Thrift store damaged in morning fire
Tifton woman honored for her service
U.S. investigators return to Vick's Va. property
Valdosta to review policy that forbade Muslim woman's headscarf
Will more towns ban pit bulls?
YMCA gets kids in shape



Monday 7/9/2007
Annual Redneck Games draw cheering crowds
APD chases down robbery suspect
Attendance up at Riverquarium
Authorities conduct investigation at Dawson home
Bond rips Bush in address to NAACP annual convention
Burial of 'n-word' planned at NAACP convention
Coca-Cola to replace Pepsi in exclusive deal at 10 racetracks
Descendants of slaves and slave owners meet in family reunion
Dougherty schools fail standards, superintendent still hopeful
Driver charged in Lee crash
Eight killed in weekend wrecks in Georgia
Emory School of Public Health gets record $50 million gift
Farmers fear strict laws, lack of reform may spark labor shortage
FSU's Posey is an all-star in the classroom
GSW names soccer coach
Immunization clinics reduce back-to-school crunch
Immunization clinics will help parents
New Albany restaurant officially open
Peanut Butter Plant plans to open soon
Peanuts have time to rest
Peanuts open second half with a win
Peanuts restart at zero
Pesticide theft was inside job
Pine beetles attack Georgia forests
Police search for robber
Pool room killer gets life+five
Potential sheriff's candidates gear up
Sheriff speaks about Sasser pot grow
SPLOST dispute settled
Sproul wants you to call him Sheriff
Tifton mayor recognized
Valdosta stylist stages a hair rescue
Watch out for pine beetles!
Wildcats are officially in the AF2 playoffs
Woman charged for sending marijuana to inmate
Worth Commissioners push tax increase

Tuesday 7/10/2007
10 Country: Ruby's Warm Gifts
Albany Firefighters battle landfill fire
Atkinson County Chairman resigns
Big changes come to McCain's staff
Car dealer accused of sending phony recall notices
Cardwell urges Perdue to donate excess campaign funds to charity
Carjacking suspects need arresting
Change of Command, Mission stays the same
Coast Guard rescues missing boaters off Georgia coast
Colquitt county wreck claims a life
Deputies' illness prompts investigation
Feds investigate account set up by Clinch County judge
Field Day gives visitors a glance of '07 Sunbelt Expo
Final touches made to WALB's new tower
Ga. environmental groups push for more protection for river
Ga. man set to be executed denies killing officer
Ga. Supreme Court expedites Genarlow Wilson appeal
Honor Flight set to takeoff again
Institute may study Lee emergency consolidation
Insurance woes for some Lee employees
Judge dies after beating; suspect to be charged with murder
Lawyer: No plea deal at this time for wrestler's doctor
Lee leaders to look at pay equity
Man charged with attacks
Peanuts make it two straight over Aiken
Rain closes Quickie
Report: Gonzales given reports of abuses under Patriot Act
School supplies for military families
Sunbelt Expo to offer aquaculture ponds
Thomasville college expands
Thousands have to shake the burden of PTSD
Two arrested so far in Dawson raid
Vance Cuff hand-cuffed by NCAA Clearinghouse
Wildcats have playoff ticket deal
Woman crushed between trucks

Wednesday 7/11/2007
APD wants armed robbers
CAIR, Valdosta leaders meet on woman barred from court over scarf
Challenge Cup offers new challenges in 2007
Charles estate wants arts center-- or refund
City Council member arrested
Clinch County soldier killed in Baghdad
Couple wins $1 million in "Lucky Day" drawing
Dougherty wreck re-routes traffic
Downtown manager search narrowed down to a few
Flint called Albany's best draw
Four car wreck in Mitchell County
Fred Thompson makes appearances in Gwinnett County
From Afghanistan to the airwaves
Golden comes up golden for Wildcats
Harrell wins medalist honors at U.S. Amateur Public Links
Helping seniors keep their cool
Hometown is proud of Miss Georgia
Landfill fire will smolder
Man critical 10 days after factory fire
Peanuts finale with Aiken postponed
Phoebe builds new cancer treatment center
Rappers out; Wrestlers in
Ray Charles Plaza to open in October
State committee OKs controversial Greene County charter school
Storm ravages Cordele homes and businesses
Tim Carroll's vying for District 5
Woman crushed between trucks (update)

Thursday 7/12/2007
Agriculture commissioner weighs in on Georgia's drought
Bryant enjoying record season with Wildcats
Bush acknowledges administration leaked CIA operative's name
Bush: We must succeed in Iraq
CACH discusses health cost with Oxendine
Changes at ConAgra continue
Church fire looks like arson
Court: Marshland laws do not cover developments above marsh
Executive privilege battle intensifies over Bush's refusal to let Miers talk
Feds warn that Wilson tape qualifies as 'child pornography'
Friendly Skies? Mother, baby booted from plane
Georgia ends its freeze on PeachCare applications
Georgia sues 'oil giants' over hot gas
Is Alli the magic bullet?
Is it legal for the city to fund RiverQuarium?
Jimmy Carter cites Lady Bird Johnson's 'caring spirit'
Lowndes Sheriff hosts state D.A.R.E. officers
Man survives cut throat
More help for future teen drivers
Nearly half of SWAT resigns
No air help
Parole Board to hear from citizens
Peanuts play shutout tune against Music
Rain increasing mosquito population
Ready to swing on the golf course
Semi hits electric wire
Team cleans up graffiti
Valdosta Veteran hopes to help current military members
Where are CDC's missing computers?

Friday 7/13/2007

Airport makes things easier
Albany landfill fire is out
Albany's City Manager defends hiring
Bad credit can affect your investment options
Church arson investigation continues
Church celebrates people recovering from addictions
Federal inmates dies at Muscogee County Jail
Fire recovery will take years
Is money given to Chehaw and the Civic Center well spent?
Moody honors civic leaders
No millage hike for Remerton
Peanut farmers may see reduced federal aid
Peanuts rally for win
Phoebe chief lays out price reasoning
Popcorn prices are poppin'
Recent rains growing late crops
Southern peanut farmers object to draft farm bill
Stepping up treatment for wounded troops
SWAT unit endures more defections
Valdosta police now better prepared for emergencies
Wildcats owner turns coach for a day
York making most of second chance


Saturday 7/14/2007
Albany woman stabs husband
Interviews set for new downtown manager
Peanuts rally for win
Professional wrestling is coming to Albany
Tornado victim receives new home
Wildcats skin Copperheads 47-3

Sunday 7/15/2007
Man dead after crashing a stolen deputy's car
Man slashes 2 with knife, takes child hostage in Albany
Neighbors react to Sunday's stand-off
Shots ring out after a Thomas County home invasion
Tax payers may be getting more money
Wildcats get defensive

Monday 7/16/2007
911 cell technology improves
AirTran to make case for Midwest buyout at board meeting
Albany coaches getting a kick out of summer
Albany Federal Courthouse still under Lock-down
Anthrax scare locks down Federal Courthouse
Atlanta airport to try registered flyer program
Black Caucus to be held in Albany
Brooks County teen dies in weekend crash
Cheney heads to Georgia to raise money for Chambliss
Coleman remains Dougherty school board attorney
Cooper may hire 100 more
County swaps property
Democrats attack Gonzales, Supreme Court
Dow should help Albany retail business
Drought means bad news, except for mosquitoes
Emotional side effects of domestic violence
Foxhounds pound Peanuts pitching
Georgia lottery hits the jackpot in sales
Georgia man convicted of killing officer in 1989 nears execution
Health District on alert Monday
More Boards needed to hear appeals
NBA teams ready to court Alexander Johnson
New Darton athletic director reports for duty
Obama, Clinton have $30 million-plus
Public Safety risk in Dougherty County?
SCRT's big task
Still no word on what suspicious substance is
Three trials begin in Dougherty County
Two die in Brooks County fire


Tuesday 7/17/2007
10 Country: Keith's Machine Art
Alapaha Judicial Circuit Grand Jury Trail begins
Albany Commissioner chastises Police Chief
Authorities found steroids, other drugs, in Benoit
Child dead from gunshot
Coca-Cola reports 1% gain
Commissioners question perception of police
Company billed for chemical spill
Crime victims have their voices heard
D.A. calls for Drug Unit to head SWAT
Gallery owner to auction King items next month
Good grades pay off big for Albany Tech student
Harris English in elite company
Kingston brings home funding for Lowndes Co.
Lottery sets record with $3.4 billion sales
Man loses everything in fire
McCain's Alabama team hangs in there
Mother of 5-year-old mauled by dog faces neglect charge
Mystery substance was not anthrax
New info revealed on Courthouse scare
No property tax hike for Lee Countians next year
Parole board grants Davis 90-day stay of execution
Peanuts power past Foxhounds
Rabies exposure possible this summer
Report says al-Qaida in Iraq could be a threat to U.S. homeland
River Pointe wins Challenge Cup
Riverfront District hearing to be scheduled
Riverquarium will get $$$
State Dept: U.S. eyes direct talks with Iran
State Pardons and Paroles Board meets with South Georgia crime victims
Stay of execution decision due by October 14
Support group for mentally ill and families
TB patient will have lung surgery
Terrell home burns
Three year-old accidentally shot and killed in Valdosta
TV host mugged; Reward offered
Two arrested in Sumter County church arson, break-ins
Veterans Affairs chief Nicholson steps down
VSU softball coach sanctioned by NCAA
Why isn't Georgia following gun laws?
Wildcats back up quarterback helping out at other positions

Wednesday 7/18/2007
Albany man found guilty in murder trial
Bama governor wants more Georgia water
Banged up Wildcats ready for Steeldogs
Charges may be brought in Child death
Charles survivors oppose action against ASU over donation
Congresswoman wants to crack down on banking overdraft fees
Cop protects kids from vicious pit bull
Ethanol plant construction progresses
Falcons QB, three others accused of dog fighting conspiracy
GSP honors professor
High priority company eyes Valdosta
Homerville soldier laid to rest
Local hospitals in need of blood
Metzger's situation remains a mystery
Ministers support police chief
More marijuana arrests made in Lee, Terrell
Motorcyclist killed in Lee County collision
Peanuts get 1st win in Macon
Prostitutes busted by Cordele Police
Puppy rescued from storm drain
Restaurant Inspections
Riverfront District draws nearer
State DYB tourney coming to Albany
State issues $5 million fine for deceptive ads
SWAT holds tryouts for recruits
Thomasville businesswoman becomes author
Thomasville group makes beautiful music
Tifton soldier to be honored
Townsend says al-Qaida determined to attack the homeland
Two Albany men found not guilty in rape trials
Vick sheds light on cruel "sport"
What would it take to get Georgia in compliance with gun law?


Thursday 7/19/2007
City leaders re-form SWAT; Younger held accountable
City working hard on eyesores
College President says money used appropriately
Courthouse substance to be tested
Dooley remains upbeat in cancer battle
Dougherty County Animal Shelter finally moved into
Echols County Sheriff seizes 200 marijuana plants
Eleven arrest in three week marijuana round-up
Fire destroys several units in Hidden Oaks
Food for Thought- Restaurant Inspections
Georgia ranks second in high school dropout rate
Horse in Lowndes Co. tests positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis
Huge family gathers in Thomasville
Investigators map fatal crash scene
New law requires GA license to register car
Residents almost all out at Georgia Estates
Tax-free week alleviates parents with school shopping
Tiny Bubbles teaching toddlers life saving techniques
UGA's Coutu named to SEC coaches team
Wildcats bolster line with AF2 playoffs looming
Youth Group donates time, energy to help others


Friday 7/20/2007
Bad weather Friday night
Baker County ninth graders set to start
East Albany apartment fire leaves families homeless
Lowndes Co. girl still recovering from Eastern Equine Encephalitis
Miller county to combine schools
Moody airman saves drowning child
New SWAT plan praised by law enforcement
Potter fans unite for late night release
Protecting yourself from Eastern Equine Encephalitis
Rams are preseason pick to win SIAC football title
South Georgia lines up for Harry Potter
SWAT to be reorganized
Thomasville lineman weighing options
U.S. Senate to consider more $$ for Albany schools
Water restrictions remain in effect
What caused a big fire at an E. Albany apartment complex?
Wildcats playoffs could be good for city and team


Saturday 7/21/2007
Albany Dixie undefeated in state tournament
Authorities investigate a string of arsons in Moultrie
Dougherty boys taken out of element
Immunization Clinic help parents meet new requirements
Potter fans unite for late night release
Tracy Ham inducted into Hall of Fame
Vandals strike Albany warehouse
Wildcats lose home finale


Sunday 7/22/2007
Thomas Co. Commissioner Holton dies at 64
Will reward help catch Moultrie arsonist?
Albany Dixie undefeated in state tournament
Steeldogs capitalize on Wildcats miscues


Monday 7/23/2007
Albany Dixie advances, International eliminated
An Early County drag race ends in tragedy
ASU Police to prepare for serious situations
Berry adds more depth to Wildcats receiving corps
Fake email scares people about increased traffic fines
Federal minimum wage goes up this week
Fight to keep Georgia man from death chamber not over
Four teens charged for throwing rocks at cars
GBI looks into death at Sumter YDC
Georgia company recalls people food, dog food, too
Georgia twelfth fattest state in the country
Gonzales vows to fix Justice Department's image
Harry Potter book "Rowling" off the shelves
Injured Iraq war veterans to sue government over delays in    disability pay, health care
Iraqi general looking to import weapons and ideas
Juice blank Peanuts
Letter brings donation from Arkansas
Minimum wage on the rise
More progress for Sumter Regional Hospital
New VP says she'll work to attract and educate new students
Ridge Purcell leads Albany Junior Open
'Roid Rage
Tech industry increase while enrollment drops
Thieves steal the irreplaceable from an Albany Family
Tifton teenager dies in weekend crash
Warning signs for botulism
WG&L gets gas price break
WG&L member leaves for Pennsylvania
Will seniors flock to Ga. capital?

Tuesday 7/24/2007
10 Country: Ferol's Honest Life
Albany Dixie wins in extra innings
Albany High's Ferrell staying close to home in college
Albany to get more cops
Apartment fire cause still undetermined
ATI receives funding
Charges filed in drag racing fatality
City to tackle abandoned vehicles
Commission approves liquor license for club owner
Commission looks to improving housing
Crude oil drops, will you see relief?
Flint Riverquarium Rescued
Georgia surveillance team confirms presence of mosquito-borne viruses
Georgia twelfth fattest state in the country
James Salter wins Albany Junior Open
Lee commissioners approve consolidation study, benefits
Lee impact fees could soon be no more
Lowndes County millage hike to help economy
Lowndes County woman's bank account information sold
Marijuana suspects denied bond
More industry for Lee?
Moultrie arsonist still on the loose
Peanuts manager suspended for eight games
Peanuts rained out again
Prison guard in training arrested on marijuana charges
Proposal to end property tax meets mixed reviews
RiverQuarium receives financial aid
School supplies can be costly
Sheriff would like to get rid of lewd bumper stickers
Sherwood's film debut in re-release
Tech industry grows while enrollment drops
Two children charged with arson

Wednesday 7/25/2007
Albany Dixie advances to state championship series
Anthrax scare at Doublegate home
Black farmer encourages others
Castleberry's recalls affect local food banks
Cobb commission cracks down on crowded houses
Edwards touts health care at Georgia stop
Get a look at Birds of Prey this weekend
Health experts warn swimming pools can cause illness
House Dems offer contempt of Congress citations against presidential aides
Hundreds of Castleberry's employees temporarily out of work
Judge Blitch dictated Clinch County funds
Lord's Pantry takes recall precautions
Marijuana suspects out on bond
"Mott" appears before judge
Moultrie Investigators still searching for arsonists
Moultrie police looking for gunman
Neighbors fear massive recall may spark Castleberry's to close
Peanuts sweep Juice and move back into first
Recall depletes food bank's stock
Restaurateur arrested on probation charge
Sisters accosted downtown
Special Olympics pulls out next year
Study shows difference between young, older drivers
Thousands in bad checks passed
To catch an arsonist
Two teens beaten in home invasion
Whitehead concedes in 10th District, clearing way for Broun

Thursday 7/26/2007
APD withholds information from other agencies
Clinch Commissioners hope business will return to normal
Community says goodbye to commissioner
Darton works to boost Black male enrollment
Dogs seized from unlicensed breeder
Early morning shooting outside Albany sports bar
Emergency Rooms: Worst goes first
Fill the bus at the mall with supplies for needy students
Fire damaged homes harder to clean up
Fire destroys home of Albany firefighter
If you file an appeal, you better show up
Lake Loretta draining residents
Mystery package just a hoax
New traffic lights protect students and drivers
Nursing students receive pins
Paul Broun sworn in as Georgia's latest congressman
Peanut butter suits to be heard in Georgia
Peanuts continue winning ways in Florida
Pit bull's fate hangs in the balance
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder research center to be set up in Albany
SRH receives accolade
State agencies caught in conflict between governor, lawmakers
Workshop helps those with entrepreneur spirit
World Vision mentor future community leaders



Friday 7/27/2007
Albany Dixie falls in state finals
Another Albany eyesore coming down
Artists join forces to start gallery
ASU football kicks off season
Broun bucks GOP in first vote
Chicken pox vaccine in short supply
Commissioner says Blitch stepped in on spending
Confiscated dogs find new homes
Dubber's Oak is squared away
Ethics complaints dismissed against Reed, Handel
Fatal crash has 75 backed up for hours
Fighting for South Georgia in Atlanta
Grady authorities bring arson charges
Help reduce pet overpopulation
High number of West Nile cases worry health officials
More $$ for food banks
Murder suspects indicted
New homes sales steady in Lee despite market slump
Now A/C is wired against thieves
Salter Switching Sports
Sheriff: Deputies in clear in Taser death
Son writes of mother's death
Stock Market Plunge not as bad as some say
"Subway" ready for a new home
Tax challengers should show up
Teacher takes on new duties
Time to buy those back to school clothes
Train, truck collide in Lowndes County
Wildcats QB closing in on AF2 record
Would be robber met with shotgun

Albany Dixie falls in state finals
Anthrax scare in East Albany
Man and his dog dead after an early morning fire in Baker County
Multiple car accidents send 7 to the hospital
Peanuts sweep Redfish
Ray Goff speaks at 1-AAAAA media day
Wildcats headed to Florida for playoffs
Sunday  7/29/2007
Birds bring big crowds at Chehaw
Fred Gibson cut from Falcons
Not cool to leave kids in hot cars
Texting and driving: A dangerous mix
Valdosta HS football ready for practice

Monday 7/30/2007
Albany businessmen charged with RICO crime
APD collars two teens for robberies
Bond denied for Wilson
Chambliss, Isakson announce $9.3M for Sumter Regional
Downtown manager search narrowed down
First day of school means new dress code in Sumter County
Former Rep. Cynthia McKinney sues AJC for libel
Former Westover star signs with Macon Music
GISA teams hit the practice field
Gonzales steers clear of controversy in Florida appearance
Lee Co. wants help catching thief
Minority spending heavy in Georgia, nationwide
Moody welcomes A-10's
NAACP calls news conference to discuss Vick case
One of Georgia's natural wonders may get new life
Peanuts win streak reaches six in Anderson
Police arrest one suspect; another gets away
Teachers get to spend state money
Teens abuse over the counter, prescription drugs
Two programs merge for one mission
Vick co-defendant pleads guilty to dogfighting conspiracy charge
Vick says he has put Atlanta, Falcons owner through a lot
Vikings ready to start 2007 season
Waterfront development considered
WG&L electric bills increase by two percent
Woman wanted for Delaware murder arrested in Tift Co.
Young children housed with violent teens in psychiatric hospitals

Tuesday 7/31/2007
10 Country: Jesse's Building Persistence
Adams, Weaver arraigned on racketeering charges
Ajax's new home
Albany communities help kick crime to the curb
Arnold gets prison sentence
Be ready to show ID at the polls
Bioenergy conference held in Tifton
Black farmers may get new bid for compensation in farm bill
Blazer pride on your bumper
Blazers report for practice
Dairy prices set to rise
Fatal Turner County wreck
Georgia senator views effects of climate change in Greenland
Georgia to require voter ID in September
Joes beat Peanuts on ninth inning homer
Lee man arrested with help from residents
Man robs Valdosta bank
McDaniel wanted in pot case
Pelham to become retiree destination
Post 30 wins Georgia American Legion title
Rep. 'Buddy' Carter comments on dog fighting
RICO laws brought to bear in wireless case
Roadside bomb kills three Fort Stewart soldiers
Rural commissioners gather in Crisp County
Save water, help Georgia
Special delivery for ladies on the line
Teens get hands on driving experience
Thomasvile class wins trip of a lifetime
Underwood trial delayed
Valdosta man sentenced to 17 years in jail
Valdosta Police search for bank robber
Wildcats shore up kicking game for playoffs
Worth woman wins big bucks

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