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Atlanta Student Arrested In Grandmother’s Death 14-year-old boy showed up at Therrell High School with blood on his clothes. State Warns Against Leaving Children In Vehicles Unattended The Department of Early Care and Learning is reminding childcare providers and parents about the dangers of leaving children in unattended cars.
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