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WALB News 10 Archives, August 2007

Wednesday 8/1/2007
Albany auditorium roof being renovated
Albany driver chasing championship and record
APD invites citizen involvement
Business owner irate over property value appraisal
College offers grants to students who don't get HOPE
Community donations pour into Riverquarium
Cordele chief named association president
Coroner reveals cause of Thomas commissioner death
Education effort planned for photo requirement
EOD defusing dangers overseas
Ga. NAACP wants investigation in man's death in police custody
Golf fans' petitions brings Golf Channel to television viewers
GSP post relocation sparks controversy
Home Depot employees fired over alleged kickback scheme
Joes beat Peanuts for second straight night
Keep or kill Lee County impact fees?
Miller drive-by investigation continues
NCAA grants Cuff waiver
New Dougherty Co. school ready for the first day of classes
New shipment of chicken pox vaccine
Phoebe gets kudos from Hooks
Phoebe regains MRI approval
Pilot seriously injured in crash
Police arrest Tifton robbery suspects
Radio listeners answer the call for help
Sales tax holiday begins at midnight Thursday
Small plane crashes in Sumter County
Some clerks continue underage-sales
"Subway" is about to go home
Sumter County plane crash injures two
Sylvester's ConAgra plant should reopen soon
Tax free weekend starts Thursday
Tornadoes focusing on the present not the past
Viewers help catch crooks




Thursday August 2, 2007
Albany man wanted for drive by shooting
ASU football set to begin practice
Backpacks can be a pain in the neck and back
Berrien School System makes the grade
D. J. Shockley aiming high
Dog days at Chehaw
Dorough wants mayor's office
Four robbed in Albany home invasion
Georgia Tech ready to start 2007 season
Georgia teen reels in world record
Getting more electronically on tax-free week
Governor extends order for fire aid
Health officials announce rabies alert
Health officials warn of possible rabies exposure
High school coaches must observe heat index
It's a little harder to have HOPE
Local bridges get regular check-ups
Peanuts lose series finale
Pilot still on "critical" list
Retailers prepared for tax free holiday
School system gathers for back-to-school conference
Sheriff wants half-dozen new deputies
South GA Culinary stars help fill Empty Bowls
South Georgia law enforcement officers receive awards
Teen robber was packing
Valdosta Chemical Plant closing
Valdosta State holds first practice
WALB is digital on big stick


Friday August 3, 2007
Albany's only minority owned bank celebrates six years
Blood shortage at critical level
Church gives away school supplies
Dangerous Tires
Doctor staff donate school supplies, clothes
DOT says Georgia has over 70 questionable bridges
Forecasters lower '07 hurricane estimate
Former Valdosta priest killed in crash
Georgia DOT has had bridge inspection program for some time
Georgia man killed in wreck
Georgia parks up for best in nation
Georgia Republicans oppose children's insurance bills
Gym owner's inspiring story inspires others to get fit
Help WALB and Cumulus support the Riverquarium
Man narrowly escapes fire; Pet does not
Minnesota disaster brings bridges into focus
Neighborhood re-unites
Obama, Bill Clinton on hand for SCLC convention, 50th anniversary
Organizations get Thomas county kids pumped for school
Pathway program leads future doctors to rural hospitals
Peanuts lose series finale
Peanuts sport pink
Riverquarium fundraiser lasts all day
Ron Borders enters race for Mayor
RvierQuarium supported on airwaves, sound stage
Troupe completes sentence
Valdosta golfer playing in U.S. Women's Amateur
Valdosta Police still search for bank robber
Valdosta robber still on the loose
West Georgia benefits from farm bill
Wildcats back in Florida


Saturday 8/4/2007
A Valdosta family homeless after fire
Albany State turns up the heat
Chambliss opposes $35 billion SCHIP reauthorization
Dollar General robbed at gunpoint
Local Christian makes writing debut
Peanuts lose series finale
Rhythm and Blues notable performs in Sasser
South Georgia BMX rider among the best
Wildcats beat Florida in playoffs

Sunday 8/5/2007
Cordele man charged with murder
Cordele's top cop named president of GAPC
East Albany block party brings generations together
Entering auto thefts on the rise
Four Albany apartments robbed
Irvin unsure of farm bill's future
Shoppers shaken rushing to back-to-school deals
Van Gogh comes to life in Lee
Westover's Quarterman looking to make the cut with Falcons
Woman robbed of fourteen thousand at gunpoint

Monday 8/6/2007
3rd HBCT medics hold free health clinic
AFD calls for volunteers
Back to school, drivers beware!
Bainbridge figures cost on sewer projects
Ben Hill man drowns in pond
Business fire could be arson
Chamber kicks off business plan competition
Chase leads to crack arrest
Chiefs want to open lines of communication
City schools football practice cancelled by heat
Clinton visits Atlanta for SCLC convention
County wants to work with MCLB for emergencies
Deputies arrest 2 men after attempt to flee
Diabetic drivers need to be careful
Former Georgia CEO chosen to head Chrysler
GSW dedicates sports complex
Input needed on proposed Albany Riverfront District
Lee Co. woman arrested selling, buying drugs
Lee County football ready to improve
Making over Radium Springs
No cool air for some students in this school
Open house supplies help parents
Peanuts lose third straight to Anderson
Peanuts manager challenges South Coast League drug policy
Restaurant reopens with new roof
Six people escape house fire
Take a bite out of school dropouts
The heat could be dangerous this week
This season predicted the worst for West Nile
Thousands of Georgia children may lose dental care
Unadilla police chief sentenced for double-dipping two departments
Valdosta businesses Vandalized
Valdosta camp helps students battle pressures
Valdosta Insurance Agent turns herself in

Tuesday 8/7/2007
10 Country: Juanita's undying love
A-10 simulators train pilots for the Thunderbolt
Albany Police Chief says communication lines open
August heat is relentless
Beware of heat!
Brand new school gets some brand new pupils
Commissioners to add teeth to copper ordinance
Consolidation shouldn't apply to WG&L
Farmers, Congressman, flock to see bio-diesel refinery
First day of school produces usual glitches
Georgia programs could cut dental care
Hot temperatures, hot jobs
Hot, stagnant weather to continue
Investigators follow leads in Arlington shooting
Lake Park Elementary gets temporary A-C units
Marijuana factory was well-armed
Monroe begins title defense
National Night Out proves successful in Albany
Organization wants to better the future, now
Peanuts rally to give new skipper first win
Peter Pan to make announcement
Public gives input on Riverfront District
Record heat means record power use
School back in session for Dougherty County
School bus extricated from power line
Senator Chambliss meets with South Georgia farmers
South Georgia sees record heat, record power consumption
Teacher arrested for anthrax threat
Terrell County residents protest high property taxes
Wally Backman steps down as Peanuts manager
Westover has the skills


Wednesday 8/8/2007
A big crowd expected for Rockfest
ADICA approves Riverquarium funding
Albany firefighters receiving extra training inside the classroom
Albany man arrested on cocaine charges
Albany MCLB Maintenance Center wins top awards
ATI leader search narrows
Authorities discover possible slave grave site
Can't find cool air? Buy it!
Downtown manager search revamped
Extreme heat is tough on cars
First Fridays for Entertainment
Governor wants to offer health insurance $$$
Heat advisory in effect again today
Heat and asthma don't mix
Ice bags melting from coolers
Low water levels create high energy costs
Man shot in home invasion
Peanuts beat Anderson for second straight night
Peter Pan is back!
Record highs mean record power usage
Salvation from the heat
Teenager admits dumping garbage
Teens charged with burglaries in five counties
Teens involved in deadly wreck
Thieves target Thomasville cars
VSU move-in offers boost to local economy
Work on Ray Charles Plaza underway

Thursday 8/9/2007
100 degrees and they're golfing?
Albany Police almost fully staffed
APD taking applications for its Citizens' Police Academy
Arrested man swallows crack cocaine
Baker county man charged in murder
Cavaliers get their championship rings
Dougherty County receives Work Ready Grant
Downtown gets a boost from businessman
GA Power sets three day record high
Heat illnesses, temperatures on the rise
Heat worse for those with no air conditioning
Heat wreaks havoc with old school AC's
Juice pitching puts the squeeze on Peanuts offense
Mall shooter indicted
Pot-belly pig in the slammer needs new home
Regional art gallery celebrates grand opening
RiverFront Run Fights Cancer
Survey says fewer Mexicans are sending money home
Teen arrested for burglary string
Too hot to cut off non-payers
Triple digit temperatures spread across state
Two Albany motels told shape up or shut down!
Valdosta's cracking down on truancy
Vets concerned about pets in record heat
Vikings ready to rebounds in 2007
Westover High landscaping looks good
Wildcats offensive coordinator delivers another record season
Your AC is doing the best it can



Friday 8/10/2007
300 people from camp get meningitis drug
Another mine accident; This one in Indiana
Backman is Peanuts' skipper again
Berrien sheriff resigns after guilty plea
Blood supply is at a critical low
Clinch Clerk of Court pleads guilty
Fish don't like drought either
Food for Thought- Restaurant Inspections - August 2 - 8, 2007
Georgia Fall Games could use you!
Heat Advisory brings everyone indoors
Heat can make some medicine symptoms worse
More triple digit temperatures across state
Peanuts series finale suspended
Perdue creates mental health panel to examine state system
Prison pig will have a new home
Racing canceled by heat
School heat rules vary
They can handle the heat. That's why they're in the kitchen!
Valdosta football looks for improvement
Wildcats O.K. with road trip
Will there be enough AC to run the AC?


Saturday 8/11/2007
ASU looking for improved offense
Beat the heat with a bite to eat
Man dead after trying to beat a train
Peanuts series finale suspended
Pope ready for sophomore season
Season over for Wildcats
Softball coach leaves Darton
Southwest Georgia taken by storm Saturday

Sunday 8/12/2007
Darton golf reloads
Extreme heat kills one woman in Dougherty
How safe are Georgia's dams?
Man killed in Tifton
Severe damage caused by severe thunderstorms

Monday 8/13/2007
Albany motel owners speak out
Arson leaves four people homeless
Bald Eagle Foods reopens
Cabin fever in the dog days?
Cities take advantage of state wireless program
Cleaning woman indicted for extortion
Clinch County Clerk of Court Resigns
Colquitt County depending on new talent
Dougherty looking to bloom in 2007
Former death row inmate faces third trial
Ga. mayor's outreach to Venezuelan leader upsets some residents
Grant to help city eliminate substandard housing
Heat haunting commercial farmers
High school enrollment is uneven
It's lights, camera, cleanup in Sylvester
Jackets announcer says team is hungry for ACC title
Lee struggles over impact fees
Lowndes sheriff takes on two counties
Museum move is moved up on calendar
New firearms policy for Dougherty County Schools
New program at GSW University address caregiving crisis
Peanuts blow lead but pull out win over Aiken
Peter Pan resumes production in Sylvester!
Pilots come to town to picket
Police hand over evidence in drive-by investigation
Protect your AC unit during this HOT summer
School leaders show they care with new program
School superintendent gives update
Three-county chase stems from robbery
Tift County counting on a BIG season
Tift County woman charged with murder
Triple digit temps spell trouble for backyard plants
Valdosta police seize drugs, guns
Valdosta restructures
Welding class helped save this racer's life
Wilcox Co. woman arrested after complaint about 'fake' drugs
Wildcats reflect on great season

Tuesday 8/14/2007
10 County: Gerry's Material Teachings
Albany Airport improves fence security
Albany fans ready for WWE tour
Albany man scratches up a Million Bucks!!!
APD recruit lost weapon, keeps job
Back to the grind for ASU students
Child resource agency unaffected by toy recall
Country star comes home
Donate to area schools
Employee pay may be studied in Lee County
Fresher Safer Food
Health District begins door-to-door canvas
Heavily damaged Sumter Regional will be torn down
How you can prevent West Nile
Kingston returns from Iraq
Lee County impact fee debate continues
Man fends off pit bull with ball bat
Peanuts split twinbill but make big trade for playoffs
Phoebe Putney asks vendors to sign up
Picketing pilots demand a new contract
Rec. Department opens cooling centers
Shelters open to take cover from heat
Small classes attract more new students
Student movement puts the hurt on academics
Students flock to Westover High
This thief has some nerve!
Thomasville condos under construction
Valdosta firefighters train for the worst
Valdosta to rework development regulations
Vick's remaining co-defendants set hearings for plea agreements

Wednesday 8/15/2007
Aiken pounds Peanuts for series split
A second heat-related death reported in Georgia
Albany police investigate suspicious damage to restaurant
Albany professor runs for commission seat
Betty Johnson seeks commission seat
Controversial landfill opens
Council on Aging helps elderly beat the heat
Despite high temps, water restrictions remain at level 2
Developer to flip Bobs Candies
Heat makes construction crews work harder
Hot Lee County buses, cool relief
Leesburg's Posey celebrates another Cape Cod title
Lotto winner still a no show
Mayor Fretti hoping for re-election
Motel owners want to reverse crime trend
Nokia Advisory
Program's goal to get grads better jobs
Retailers gather recalled toys
Reward offered in jewelry store theft
Sam's Club gives check to Albany Police
Shooting in Dawson injures Cuthbert man
Speaker proposes alternative education program
Stolen furniture recovered
Tool library sets up shop in Thomasville
Valdosta free clinic set to open
Wally Ball looking for some power in postseason
Want the 411? Dial 511
Water restrictions lifted in Ashburn
Wendy's fire not arson

Thursday 8/16/2007
Adams makes re-election bid official
Albany professor runs for commission seat
Baseball tournament big hit for Albany business
Better safe than sorry with renter's insurance
Georgia college student publishes book
Georgia heat melts tons of discarded ice
Georgia pot ring suspect popped in P.C.
Helping potential homeowners in Albany
In Georgia, Romney defends investments
Indians rebuilding plan will require patience
Landowners should keep deer in balance
Looking for a new career?
Lowndes honors top employees
Not too late to speak out over housing help
Rams punter earns preseason honors
Reed Bingham battles weed woes
Save a Life
SWAT will have new leadership
Thomasville kicks of walk for Alzheimer's
Valdosta police arrest two, solve six crimes
Want AC? Act fast!
Zoo keepers keep animals at Chehaw cool 


Friday 8/17/2007
Affordable housing to be built in Blakely
All boys school opens in Thomasville
ATC extends invitation to you
Atkinson County Commissioner arrested in three county drug raid
Burglary ring spotted in three South Georgia counties
Christmas in August?
Cleaning up the Flint River
Corn harvest excellent despite drought and record heat
Darton soccer teams ready to start
Dogfighting--does it happen here?
Georgia golfers top Florida in women's team matches
High temps blamed for 37 deaths
Little assistance for high utility bills
Moody airmen hammer it out for habitat
Property tax 'portability' gets frosty reception from tax panel
Provision in immigration bill cracks down on human trafficking
Rams ready to build on last year's momentum
Rescue workers make the ultimate risk daily
Responsibilities lessen for caregivers
South Georgia peanut crop threatened by record heat
SPLOST VI vote coming up
Thomas County Central aiming for The Dome
Thomasville counting on youthful experience
TU expands nursing program
Vet visits important for healthy pets
What's up with Albany's red light camera?  



Saturday 8/18/2007
Albany man shot in the face
Peanuts strike the right notes against Macon
Tainted toys can hurt your kids
Two escapees on the loose following Coffee Co. jailbreak  



Sunday 8/19/2007
Americus man drowns in Lake Blackshear
Coffee Co. escapee nabbed in Florida
Moultrie man struck and killed by underage drunk driver
Riverquarium Birthday draws quite the crowd
Suicide Circle Speedway Results
Woman found dead in Sumter

Monday 8/20/2007
A new coach has Bainbridge excited for the season
All three Coffee County Jail escapees apprehended
Americus teen dies in Oklahoma storm
Car arson investigated
Chambliss Meets Marines
Columbia, Tennessee is World Series bound
Commission fast-tracks museum move
Committee looks at Lee impact fees
Critics say teens need education on sex laws
DNR declares war on flatheads
Game week here for ASU football
High prices may drive QU out of town
High school athletes still look up to Vick
Home demolition upsets preservation group
Hot seniors break Stone's heart
Investigators need help to solve burglary ring
Judgeship open... who will run?
Lawyer says Vick reaches agreement to plead guilty
Lee murder trial begins
Lineman shortage could cause trouble
Local movie makers set for another project
Lovein to be sworn in Friday
Peanuts can't catch Aiken
Police are battling break-ins
Pot found in inmates' possession
Race benefits Valdosta veterans
Red Cross in need of volunteers, cash assistance
Reviewing property tax appeals is a slow process
Robbery suspect found hiding in dumpster
South Georgia Judge named to Governor's Commission
State panel could decide fate of Atco commissioner
Suspicious Sumter Co. death under investigation
Syrupmakers ready to pour it on
Things are looking up for RQ
Unemployment rate up in Georgia
Vandals beat, rob Dougherty man
Watch the $$ You Get Back
When will Riverfront construction end?
Wildcats band not wild about Civic Center pricing


Tuesday 8/21/2007
10 Country: John's a cool guy
Airport receives $3.2 Million in grant money
Albany hotel occupancy on the rise
City receives homeless grant
City zeroes in on derelicts
Commissioner wants to keep the heat on West Nile
Dawson man on trial for murder
Daycares respond to Mattel toy recall
Downtown Businesses Come Up With a Plan
"Fireproof", the next Sherwood hit movie
Fridays on the Flint
FSU's Richardson may line up at receiver this season
Georgia Mass Hits High Note in Albany
Hard-hitting linebackers leading Turner County
How to keep up with all of those recalls!
Lee Co. man pleads guilty
NBA player killed in traffic accident
Nuisance lawsuit will help clean up property
Pentagon will close a controversial database on reported anti-terror threats
Realtors learn self defense
Sumter EMC members use cents for recovery
Sumter Regional will start from scratch
Team meeting turns Peanuts around
Tift High bedeviled by AC woes
Valdosta billboards beware
Valdosta police arrest two
Vehicular homicide charges for semi-driver
Vick to plead guilty in dogfighting case
Wal-Mart Dog Treats
When folks buy more house than they can afford...
Young Fitzgerald team looking for continued success


Wednesday 8/22/2007
Albany city officials offer new deal to Quail Unlimited
Albany State quarterback ready for second season in Rams offense
Berrien sheriff candidates line up
Bible heroes to be featured as kids toys
Bowling to battle literacy
Burglary ring suspect arrested
Chase ends in drug arrest
D.A. accepts award
Fire destroys Berrien County cabinet shop
GA needs students to pursue agricultural careers
Ground broken for Airport Plaza
It Still Stands: Don't Drink & Drive!
Japan meets Sumter County
Knights have speed to burn
Lott fires APD candidate
Missing child turns up safe
Paula Deen Tix going fast!
Peanuts final road trip ends day early
Sumter County death still under investigation
Sumter Regional sends indestructible message
Thieves snatch pot, torch building
Thomas schools go hi-tech at lunchtime
Tickets go fast for a chance to hang out with Paula Deen
Traffic stop leads to drug charge
Two players fall in first round of match play at U.S. Amateur
U-Save-It is small business of the year
Venture to Valdosta
Want to own your own golf course?
Worth thieves on a mission

Americus Remembers
Anhydrous ammonia stolen
APD conducts manhunt for murder suspect
APD investigates apparent domestic killing
Army secretary rules out Iraq deployments longer than 15 months
Bush supporters launch $15 million Iraq war ad campaign
China Fights Back
Did Americus officer use excessive force?
Evidence could lead GBI to arsonists
FEMA to help cover GA wildfire costs
GHSA state basketball playoffs moving out of Albany
GSP issues report on fatal police chase
Heavy rain and wind pound parts of south Georgia
Help to Keep Your Home
Late WG&L bills means lights out for many tomorrow
Lightning strikes business
Lottery is twice as nice in East Albany
Lowe's cuts ribbon on Americus store
Lowndes Chamber planning for growth
Lowndes to open Emergency Operations Center
Peanuts get another day off due to mother nature
Peter Pan makes its return
Postell wants another term
Pre-K students in for a treat
Radium Springs residents were out of power
Romney presses for states' rights and other issues
Severe weather radios help keep you informed
Slow down for school
Snack truck stolen in Cordele
Special Olympic participants awarded
SRH building parts arrive
Stormy Night in South Georgia
Students work to break down barriers
Terrell Academy Eagles will have a new look
Two dead in a Shellman fire are now identified
Wal Mart East Albany development on the back burner

Friday 8/24/2007
$201 million up for grabs in Mega Millions
824th honors fallen comrade
Peanuts swept in double-header

Alexander Johnson signs with Miami

Ammo prices on the rise

Another burglary suspect arrested

Another event leaves Civic Center

ASU ready for first game

Board fires Atco Superintendent

Clinch Commissioners hire help for court office

Coroner is interim sheriff

Early morning fire kills east Albany man

Ex-wife kills eye doctor

Former preacher gets 28.5 years

Greenwaves football becoming popular in Terrell County

Group works to preserve lilies

Heart disease is the number one killer in Georgia

Housing market still viable

Lieutenant governor unveils healthcare plan for uninsured

MLK Elementary struck by lightning

Mobile Home Park Cleared, But Transition Tough

Murder suspect captured

Quail Unlimited Will Stay in Albany

Qualifying begins Monday for Albany city elections

Realtors raise money for children's hospital

Same day appointments start September

Saturday Event Fun For Whole Family

Signs are coming for new school

Smoking in bed blamed for fatal fire

Tear gas brings murder suspect out

Valdosta Police arrest three burglars



Saturday 8/25/2007
Albany State wins on final play
A community celebrated in Sylvester
Albany man shot inside his apartment

Darton Soccer opens the season with a win

Emergency kit helps keep you secure

Millions still to be had in lotto

Peanuts swept in double-header

Sumter County says no to drugs

Woman's home goes up in smoke


Sunday 8/26/2007

A family says good-bye to their soldier
It doesn't cost more to live healthy

Monday 8/27/2007
Agriculture Dept. warns of contaminated cheese
Albany Dougherty Metro SWAT gets new leader
Albany State Helps Freshman Thrive
Americus-Sumter relying on experience
Armed robbery investigated
Arrest made in multi-county theft operation
Arson suspected in Arlington house fire
ASU Nursing Program Turns Around
Bush says Gonzales treated unfairly before resignation
Commissioner reminds public of burn permits
Contaminated Cheese Found
Crisp County building on last season
David Williams wants city seat back
Deerfield-Windsor guard picks Clemson
Donating To Non-profits Just Got Easier
Dougherty county has abundance of fill-in teachers
Dougherty Jail will receive a facelift
Downtown Merchants responsible for keeping Celebrity Hunt
Efforts to overhaul flood insurance program stall in Congress
Food Bank May Sack You!
Guns stolen from Valdosta shop
Lawn mowers and ATV thefts increasing
Moultrie PD looking for masked gunmen
Obesity rates climb in most states

Order up Safety

Police were familiar with murder suspect

Printing on new bill will seem to dance

Real estate agents deal with housing slump

SGMC opens new Emergency Department

Southern farmers so far dodge cuts as Congress renews farm bill

Thomasville man murdered after fight

Tifton Plant to close
Tree Rollins elected to Georgia Sports Hall of Fame
Valdosta awarded economic development grant

Vick enters his formal plea; later apologizes

VSU battles blood shortage

Wellcare woes


Tuesday 8/28/2007
10 Country: Mike's Tricked Truck
A crackdown on overdue garbage bills
Albany business locks up after break-ins
Albany commissioners pass 911 agreement, alcohol resolution
Albany is home for New Orleans Katrina transplant
Arson suspected in Arlington house fire
Barnes & Noble opens at 2-year college
Big jackpot attracts Florida lotto players
Birds of Prey exhibit about to take flight at Chehaw Park
Car crashes through business
County intersection demands caution
Father witnessed child's birth from Iraq
Feed costs force herd thinning
Fillies win home soccer opener
Girl Scouts get money from Winn-Dixie
Girls Inc. honors inspirational women
Intersection of Newton and Leary, not dangerous
John Edwards comes to Americus
Lee County drops most impact fees
Lightning kills four horses
Little League champs welcomed home
Moody housing woes
New wheels for Meals on Wheels
Pastor's community service promotes Hispanic safety
Peanuts win game one of surprise doubleheader
Police arrest teens suspected of arson
Prosecutors to guard elders
State Copper ordinance trumps local law
Stripe bass off limits to fishing
Student in hospital after collision
Sylvester woman wins a million!
Theft ring investigation draws multi-agency response
Valdosta Police begin Operation Lifesaver
Wildcats given big AF2 award


Wednesday 8/29/2007
Albany church to feed hundreds in need
Blazers coach ready for season opener
Chamber program aims to retain young professionals
Child killed at daycare
Couple escapes Katrina, finds South Georgia
Darton soccer splits home openers
DCSS reviews security at every school
Doerun church burglarized
Eagles solid with Rock Knapp
Edwards campaign stops in South Georgia
Edwards has harsh words for Katrina recovery effort
Ex-congresswoman says blacks should consider third parties
Georgia and Florida law enforcers join forces
Georgia Speaker boosts his tax plan - and his profile
High farming costs challenge FSA loans
Howard will run for 5th term
Kathy Cox talks education in Albany
Lily Pad leaps open
Living in South Georgia two years after Katrina
Lott points chief in a new direction
New candidate for Ward 4 seat
Peanut show could leave Albany
Peanuts split doubleheader
Rape reported in Dougherty County field
SAT scores drop for Georgia students and nationwide
Terrell Academy field will have a new name
Thomasville key in Georgia Telemedicine Program
Valdosta qualification continues

Thursday 8/30/2007
Albany Museum caters to families
Anchoring furniture in place will keep your child safe
Being an Albany Police Officer
Brooks swings to SCL batting crown
Burned car was arson
Calypso Festival to benefit South GA farmers
Child advocacy center is up and running
Dougherty County SAT scores are on the rise
FBI says Wal-Mart bomb threat may be broader scam
Feeding the Children
GBI investigates death of Baker Co. man
Georgians indicted on "straw purchase" gun buying charges
Have you seen these crooks?
Jewell to be memorialized tomorrow
Kia Motors says Georgia plant to open on schedule
Lee County man leads property tax relief movement
Make Labor Day Travel Safe
Man kills woman, not himself
Parents urged to inspect day care center safety
Peanuts try to relax before SCL series
Rams, Blazers have plenty of offensive stars
Teen arrested for church crime
The flavor of New Orleans in Valdosta
Tifton is "Stepping Out" on heart disease
Vote to ban baggy pants in Atlanta drags on
Wildcats, Panthers post Thursday wins



Friday 8/31/2007
18 death predicted for holiday weekend
Accused killer dies
ASU Shows School Pride
Blowing up Moonshine
Bush Wants to Help Struggling Homeowners
Chehaw Welcomes You for Labor Day
Civil Rights Movement in Americus celebrated
Crooks smash wall of store to burglarize it
Driver exposes himself to school bus
Eat sweets for a good cause
Film industry visits Blakely
Fullerton stays out of race for racial harmony?
Job Corps Students Reach Their Goal
Mega Millions madness
Murder suspect is back in Albany
Peanuts win South Coast League Championship
Prosecutors give DUI refresher course to law enforcement
Radium Springs isn't springing anymore
Students get water from Express Lane
SWAT team candidates graduate
The wait for football is over
Time runs out for political hopefuls


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