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Teen Driver Program In Georgia Gets National Recognition

A Georgia parent-teen driver education program has been selected for inclusion in a national publication highlighting innovative programs helping reduce crashes involving teen drivers.


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Study: Gargling Glucose Can Help Smokers Quit

Researchers now believe glucose can help those addicted to cigarette smoking quit.


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#10 UGA Preps For #2 Florida…

Cheering for Florida was easy for Aaron Murray and the Georgia Bulldogs when the Gators were playing South Carolina. Now comes the hard part: It’s No. 10 Georgia’s turn to play the undefeated and No. […]


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UGA Marks 50th Anniversary Of First Black Graduate

ATHENS, GA (AP/WAOK) – The University of Georgia is marking the 50th anniversary of the school’s first black graduate. School officials week honored Mary Frances Early’s history-making degree this week. Early, who became one of Georgia’s […]


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Can I Haz Murder? Studies Show That Cats Are Serious Killers

It has 18 claws, 30 teeth, has a predilection for murder and is probably purring on your lap now.

It’s fluffy, princess, cuddles, or whatever name you decided to name your adorable killing machine, and the University of Georgia has a study to prove it.


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Ex-University Of Georgia Football Coach Settles After Losing Money In Ponzi Scheme

Former University of Georgia football coach Jim Donnan has agreed to a proposed bankruptcy settlement with a West Virginia company and investors who say the ex-coach owes them $40 million lost in a Ponzi scheme, according to documents filed in federal court.


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Study: Obesity Could Lead To Depletion Of Earth’s Resources

A recent study conducted by scientists in London found that the obese persons of the world are playing an increasingly large role in the rate at which the planet’s finite resources are used.


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UGA President Gets $2 Million Upon Retiring

ATLANTA (AP) — The state Board of Regents has approved a more than $2 million salary package for the five years after University of Georgia President Michael Adams retires. The board approved the package at […]


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Goats Help Clean Up UGA Campus

A small herd of goats has been doing its part to help beautify the University of Georgia’s campus.


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Researchers Find Heat-Related Football Deaths Tripled

Researchers who analyzed the heat-related deaths of 58 football players nationwide found the numbers dramatically increased in recent years, and that most deaths have occurred during morning practices.





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