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More Lake Lanier water to be released

Updated: 04/24/2009 - Winter rains have raised Lake Lanier to its highest level since August 2007 and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has decided to release additional water down the Chattahoochee River.

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Ex-Accountant embezzled charity funds

Updated: 04/24/2009 - A former accountant for Traveler's Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta Inc. has been sentenced to two years in prison for embezzling more than $164,000.

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Airport tower evacuated, flights briefly halted

Updated: 04/24/2009 - A spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration says the tower that serves Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport was briefly evacuated after a lightning strike, but employees were returning to their jobs.

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UGA may start taking over Navy School buildings

Updated: 04/24/2009 - University of Georgia President Michael Adams says negotiations are taking place that could allow the university to start taking over buildings on the U.S. Navy Supply Corps school campus before the Navy moves out.

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Georgia schools to get stimulus funds

Updated: 04/24/2009 - Georgia's Board of Education will hold a special meeting Tuesday to allocate federal stimulus funds to school districts.

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Posted: 04/23/2009 - The Hawks' real-life mascot got a little flying time during the playoffs.

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Police find car from 5-person fatal wreck

Posted: 04/22/2009 - ATLANTA (AP) - Fulton County police say they have found a BMW that was involved in a wreck that killed five people on Easter Sunday.

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1 dead, 1 injured crossing Savannah street

Posted: 04/22/2009 - Savannah police say a Swedish national was killed and another was injured when a pickup truck struck a group of Swedish conference delegates crossing a downtown street.

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Laurens County man gets 5 1/2 years for attack

Posted: 04/22/2009 - A man who pleaded guilty to attacking his estranged wife four years ago during a drug-induced rage has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison.

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Georgia expected to keep watering restrictions

Updated: 04/22/2009 - A spokesman for Georgia's Environmental Protection Division says outdoor watering restrictions are likely to stay in place even though the region's drought has eased.

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Ex-official admits bribery plot

Updated: 04/22/2009 - A former Army and Air Force Exchange Service official has admitted taking part in a bribery plot involving a $206 million contract for telecommunications service to U.S. military installations in South Korea.

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New Georgia medical school faces hurdle

Posted: 04/20/2009 - A team of scientists is set to visit Athens to comb over the preparations for the new medical campus scheduled to open next year near the University of Georgia campus.

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