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Metro Atlanta waking up to damage from Michael

Fox 5 News ATLANTA – A number of areas across metro Atlanta are waking up to uprooted trees, damaged buildings, and downed power lines after Michael ripped through the state overnight. [Read More]

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ON IT”S WAY: Florida Panhandle Bracing for Category 4 Hit from Michael

Bob Henson  Just hours away from an expected Wednesday afternoon landfall, Hurricane Michael became ever stronger and more organized on Tuesday night over the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Michael’s high [Read More]

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Tropical Storm Michael gathering strength, will impact Georgia

By: Jeff Hill Tropical Storm Michael continues to strengthen in the western Caribbean and will move into the Gulf of Mexico later today, and then take a course that will take it into the [Read More]

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Police: ‘Imperative’ that armed robbery suspects are ID’d, captured

By Isabel Hughes isabel.hughes@gwinnettdailypost.com Gwinnett police say it’s “imperative” that two men who robbed a Norcross pharmacy at gunpoint be identified and captured “as soon as possible.” On Friday around [Read More]

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Attorney accused of being ‘woefully unprepared’ for double murder case

By Randy Travis, Fox 5 News CARROLLTON, Ga. – His murder trial was difficult enough for her to watch. But for the mother of twin daughters left in a hot car, [Read More]

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Police issue BOLO for man who groped two GSU

By: Portia Bruner ATLANTA – The Georgia State University and Atlanta Police Departments have posted a lookout after three reports of a man groping women. Georgia State Police issued an electronic alert [Read More]

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Escaped inmate on the run in Atlanta

Fox 5 Atlanta ATLANTA – An inmate convicted of crimes in both Gwinnett and Cobb counties is on the run tonight. Officials say Kevin Gerald Lee Meeks walked away from the [Read More]

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AFTERMATH: 32 Dead, Florence Leaves a Mark

Fox 5 Atlanta GASTON COUNTY, NC (AP) – The death toll attributed to Florence stands at 32, with 24 of those being in North Carolina and at least six reported in South Carolina. [Read More]