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Mold, Leaks In Apartments That Cost Savannah $13M

A new public-private housing development that received $13 million from Savannah taxpayers has been plagued with mold, mildew and leaks that allow water to seep into apartments, according to tenants and city officials looking into the problems.

09/09/2012

Republican governors scored easy political points by rejecting President Barack Obama's plan to enroll more poor people in government health insurance. . (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Kindergartner’s Life Saved Through Transplant

For her sixth birthday in June, Tess Kromenhoek was at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston where she was given a new kidney, a priceless gift that came seven months after she underwent a liver transplant in Chicago. Both surgeries were deemed necessary for the little girl last fall after she was diagnosed with a rare genetic liver disorder.

09/09/2012

File photo of hospital. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Georgia Woman Battling Rare Flesh-Eating Disease Preparing Release From Hospital

A Georgia woman battling a rare, flesh-eating disease is preparing to be released from the hospital after nearly two months.

06/26/2012

File photo of cars in yard. (credit: David McNew/Getty Images)

Savannah To Start Fining Residents For Parking Cars In Yard

City inspectors in Savannah are targeting a type of blight that some residents don’t realize is illegal — parking cars in the yard.

05/23/2012

File photo of cop cars blocking a street during a standoff with a gunman. (Photo by JEFF HAYNES/AFP/Getty Images)

Gunman Gives Up In Standoff In Historic Savannah

A gunman who jumped from a Jaguar and barricaded himself inside a landmark restaurant Thursday surrendered peacefully after a three-hour standoff that shut down part of Savannah’s 18th-century historic district.

05/17/2012

File photo of dogs being put into carry case. (Credit: ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/Getty Images)

Ten Dead Dogs Found In Home Of Georgia Man

A Savannah man has been arrested on felony charges after police say they found 10 dead dogs in his home and nine more alive but needing emergency treatment.

04/26/2012

File photo of firetruck at a scene. (Credit: Trixie Textor/Getty Images)

Police: Man Headbutts Officers, Sets Wife’s Clothes On Fire

Police in Savannah say they’ve arrested a man accused of setting fire to a pile of his wife’s clothes and then head-butting two police officers.

04/11/2012

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Family Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Events Around Atlanta

When everybody’s Irish, everybody tends to get rowdy. Keep the kiddos safe — and let them be rowdy — at these great family friendly St. Patty’s Day celebrations.

03/09/2012

Paula Deen at the Rose Bowl (Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Paula Deen, Brother Served Lawsuit Claiming Sexual Harassment, Racial Slurs

The former general manager of a Savannah restaurant co-owned by Paula Deen claimed in a lawsuit filed Monday she was sexually harassed and subjected to a hostile work environment rife with sexual innuendo, physical intimidation and racial slurs.

03/05/2012

Jessica Mae Hardin (L) and Joyce Hardin Garrard (credit: Etowah County Sheriff's Office)

Grandmother, Stepmother Charged When Girl, 9, Dies During Running Punishment

Witnesses told deputies that Savannah Hardin was told to run and not allowed to stop for three hours on Friday Feb. 17, an Etowah County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman said. The girl’s stepmother, 27-year-old Jessica Mae Hardin, called police at 6:45 p.m., telling authorities that Savannah was having a seizure and was unresponsive.

02/22/2012

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