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Savannah seeks green stimulus from St. Pat's Day

Posted: 03/15/2009 - Only a trickle of tourists in Savannah are browsing the knickknacks and collectibles in Karl Kriscovich's riverfront shop, where St. Patrick's Day merchandise hangs by the door awaiting buyers he's still not convinced will come.

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NOAA Report Uncovers Why Some People Don’t Heed Severe Weather Warnings

Posted: 03/14/2009 - NOAA’s National Weather Service has issued a report that analyzes forecasting performance and public response during the second deadliest tornado outbreak in U.S. history. The report, Service Assessment of the Super Tuesday Tornado Outbreak of February 5-6, 2008, also addresses a key area of concern: why some people take cover while others ride out severe weather.

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Funds raisers collect $47,000 as of Saturday

Posted: 03/14/2009 - The fund-raising event for famlies of the shooting victims in South Alabama has reached $47,000 in cash, checks and coins plus caskets and vaults for the dead that could send the total to $100,000.

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NASA hopeful repairs will permit Sunday launch

Posted: 03/14/2009 - CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - NASA still doesn't know what caused a hydrogen gas leak that prevented space shuttle Discovery from flying earlier this week.

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NY Officers Suspended Over Off-Duty Incident

Posted: 03/13/2009 - Two suburban New York police officers have been suspended after riding with another officer arrested on a drunken driving charge while they all were vacationing in Florida.

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U.S. Seizes more than $11m Worth of Cocaine

Posted: 03/13/2009 - U.S. authorities say they have seized more than $11 million worth of cocaine from a high-end yacht based in the British Virgin Islands.

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Southeast Songbirds Dying From Salmonella

Posted: 03/13/2009 - Mass deaths of songbirds in the Southeast are attributed to salmonella, but tests show the strain is different from one that has sickened people.

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Hostages Set Free

Posted: 03/13/2009 - The Italian Foreign Ministry says three foreign Doctors Without Borders staff members taken hostage this week in Darfur, Sudan, are now free.

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Search for Survivors Called-off

Posted: 03/13/2009 - Rescuers have ended a search for 16 people missing in an Atlantic helicopter crash, saying there was no likelihood of finding survivors.

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'Ax Men' Obtain Logs Illegally?

Posted: 03/13/2009 - Washington state's Department of Natural Resources has seized more than two dozen logs it says a timber crew featured on the History Channel's reality show 'Ax Men' salvaged illegally.

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