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Projecting 2018 Penn State depth chart on defense after Nittany Lions’ Blue-White Game

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Penn State completed spring practice Saturday with its Blue-White Game at Beaver Stadium, but position battles will continue into the summer for Nittany Lions players. Coach James Franklin and his staff stress the importance of…

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Kirby Smart has made even a dull spring game at Georgia a big deal

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Five months after its last home game in Athens (Kentucky, flattened), four months after its first SEC championship in 12 years (Auburn, smothered), three months after the pass-the-paperbags-we’re-hyperventilating carnival ride through the…

Saturday, Apr 21

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LIVE UPDATES: Neo-Nazi rally met by counterprotesters, police in Newnan

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5:15 P.M.: As the neo-Nazi demonstration began wrapping up shortly after 5 p.m, the counterprotesters began shouting, “Shut it down” and “Time's up, go home.” The drumbeat grew louder as the demonstration lingered past its 5 p.m. deadline.…

Thursday, Apr 19

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David Copperfield testifies in injury case, forced to reveal how illusion works

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David Copperfield told a Nevada jury it would be his fault if an audience participant got hurt because of something he did wrong during an illusion. But the magician didn't acknowledge responsibility for a British tourist's injury, and…

Wednesday, Apr 18

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Women lag in participation in the booming construction industry

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The last five years have been great for the construction industry with spending at an all-time high of close to $1.3 trillion. The industry’s growth places a high demand for a skilled workforce and further reveals a gap in the number of…

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NEW: Deputy stabbed before deadly shooting inside sheriff's office

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A man with a mental illness is dead after he claimed he was poisoned and ended up stabbing a Douglas County Sheriff's deputy at the sheriff's office. The deputy was checking on the man when he pulled out a knife. “He got in a tussle over…

Monday, Apr 16

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Cherokee schools expand online student registration

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The Cherokee County School District's New Student Gateway online registration system is now available to parents of students attending Cherokee schools for the first time, officials announced. The gateway was offered to parents of incoming…

Sunday, Apr 15

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Another weird Florida story: Stormy and Trump create vortex

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In Florida, the land of hanging chads and where the Cash Me Outside girl is a local celebrity, a porn star and self-proclaimed former mistress of the president of the United States wouldn't miss the opportunity for a drive-by burlesque…

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Starbucks' CEO wants to apologize 'face-to-face' to 2 black men arrested at Philly store

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The CEO of Starbucks said he wanted to meet personally and “offer a face-to-face apology” to the two black men arrested at a Philadelphia store Thursday, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Sunday. >> Read more trending news. In a statement…

Saturday, Apr 14

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3 teens sought in attack, armed robbery near Cobb County bus stop

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Cobb County police are searching for three teenagers they say attacked a man at gunpoint after they followed him home. The attack happened near a Riverside Parkway bus stop on Tuesday, Channel 2 Action News reported. The three teens…

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Atlanta temps to stay warm ahead of possible severe storms

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ATLANTA FORECAST. Today: Warm and mostly sunny. High: 79. Tonight: Mostly clear. Low: 53. Tomorrow: Evening rain possible. High: 80. » For a detailed forecast, visit The Atlanta Journal-Constitution weather page. Hope you enjoyed the clear…

Friday, Apr 13

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14 people killed in Cancun during bloody 36 hours

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A bloody 36 hours left 14 people dead and five injured in the popular tourist resort town of Cancun. >> Read more trending news. The deaths and injuries were the result of of six separate incidents April 4 and 5 believed to be linked to…

Thursday, Apr 12

Khloe Kardashian welcomes first child, a baby girl with Tristan Thompson

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Khloe Kardashian has given birth to her first child. After weeks of rumors, a confirmation, and in the midst of the cheating scandal, the youngest of the three Kardashian sisters gave birth to a baby girl, according to TMZ. People also…

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Kempner: Will the Amazon-Trump spat cost you? Beware, online shoppers

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President Trump pointedly accused Amazon of not paying enough in taxes. That’s an interesting call for our president, who apparently didn’t pay federal income taxes for years and boasted about “brilliantly” working tax laws as a private…

Wednesday, Apr 11

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Restroom hand dryers could be spraying bacteria on your hands, study says

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It's important to wash your hands to ward off germs. However, some hand dryers could be doing more harm than good, according to a new report. » RELATED: Study finds phones are dirtier than you think. Researchers from the University of…

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Woman charged after boy, 14, paid her $480 for sex at Florida hotel, police say

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Sarah McGill, who investigators said used the fake name Sophia Belle online, still had her makeup and her pearl earrings on when she got booked into the Orange County Jail on Saturday night. On Monday, McGill faced a judge, who ordered she…

Tuesday, Apr 10

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Early jolts for UGA’s Tom Crean: Jonas Hayes to Xavier, Ashton Hagans to Kentucky

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Losing Jonas Hayes was a blow to Georgia, and to Tom Crean. There’s no sugar-coating that. Crean acted as if he wanted the guy who’d become the best thing about Georgia basketball to stay, which shows that the new man is no dummy. He and…

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'They shot an innocent person': Stephon Clark neighbor regrets 911 call that led to police shooting

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The neighbor whose 911 call led to the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark has called the Sacramento man an “innocent person” and said he never wanted to call 911 again. Dave Reiling, who lives across the street from Clark's…

Monday, Apr 9

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Watch: Highlights from Georgia’s first spring scrimmage

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Georgia is just two weeks away from its annual G-Day extravaganza at Sanford Stadium. And while coach Kirby Smart says the Bulldogs aren’t anywhere close to being ready to put on a show, it’s not really about that. On Saturday, UGA held…

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Torpy at Large: Seeing red over Buckhead Pink Palace plan? That's rich

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No, it's not a raucous nudie bar on Cheshire Bridge Road. It's a sedate 12,000-square-foot Italian Baroque-style villa on West Paces Ferry Road, a grandiose classic with a long-approach driveway and an expansive front lawn. + photo. ×. And…

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THE LATEST: 1 injured in shooting in front of upscale Buckhead hotel

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Atlanta Police gather crime tape on Peachtree Street after a shooting in front of an upscale hotel in Buckhead. One person was injured in a shooting at the front entrance an upscale hotel Monday in Buckhead. Several Atlanta police officers…

Sunday, Apr 8

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Florida woman caught with cocaine in purse blames the wind

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The answer for the cocaine in her purse, a Florida woman allegedly said, was blowing in the wind. >> Read more trending news. Kennecia Posey, 26, was arrested in March on drug possession charges in Fort Pierce. According to a police report…

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Trump calls out 'Animal Assad' for attack, criticizes Putin

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President Donald Trump on Sunday condemned a "mindless CHEMICAL attack" in Syria that killed women and children, calling Syrian President Bashar Assad an "animal" and delivering a rare personal criticism of Russian President Vladimir Putin…

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Ted Nugent: Democrats are like 'rabid coyotes' that should be shot

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Musician and gun-rights activist Ted Nugent is facing backlash after saying Democrats are like "rabid coyotes" that should be shot. According to CNN, Nugent, 69, made the controversial statement Friday in an interview with conspiracy…

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Breast cancer patients could help increase chance of survival by building muscle, study suggests

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Chemotherapy and radiation are common treatments for breast cancer. However, building muscle may also help boost chances of survival, according to a new report. » RELATED: Breast cancer treatment may trigger heart problems, study says.…

Saturday, Apr 7

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Study: Death of loved one during pregnancy may impact mental health of child

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Grieving the death of a loved one can affect an entire family, including babies. In fact, losing a relative during pregnancy may impact the mental health of a child later in life, according to a new report. » RELATED: Smoking while…

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SC congressman pulls out own gun to make point about violence

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A South Carolina congressman pulled out his personal handgun -- a loaded, .38 caliber Smith & Wesson -- and laid it on the table at a diner where he was meeting with constituents, CNN reported. >> Read more trending news. Rep. Ralph Norman…

Friday, Apr 6

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Fugitive wanted in 1996 ValuJet crash has Atlanta ties

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The FBI has announced a $10,000 reward for an airline mechanic with Atlanta ties alleged to have played a role in the 1996 crash of a ValuJet plane in the Florida Everglades. Mauro Ociel Valenzuela-Reyes, who worked for the airline's…

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Georgia sheriff's sign: 'If you kill someone, we might kill you back'

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Georgia Sheriff Mike Jolley's new welcome sign comes with a threatening warning for visitors: “Our citizens have concealed weapons. If you kill someone, we might kill you back. We have ONE jail and 356 cemeteries. Enjoy your stay!” app…

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30 marijuana plants and child found in same Roswell apartment, police say

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Officers were called to the Seven Pines apartments on Monday night after neighbors complained about marijuana smoke in building No. 2500, police told Channel 2 Action News. When they arrived, a woman opened the front door and police could…