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Police Answering Naked Man Call Discover Stabbing VictimsPolice responding to a call about a nude man running through a Columbus neighborhood discovered three people who had been stabbed, one fatally.
Yes, But Only If: Cost Conditions Added For Georgia Nuclear Project ContinuationOne of the three owners added conditions to the project, now years over schedule and billions of dollars over budget.
Plea Deal: Two Men Avoid Death Penalty In Kidnap-MurderNews outlets report 44-year-old Andre Cleveland Gay and 46-year-old Richard "Fathead" Wilson pleaded guilty Monday to kidnapping and killing 21-year-old Briana Brooks and 23-year-old Jeronta Brown.
Democratic House Candidate Whacks GOP Opponent On Kavanaugh
FBI: Hackers Targeting Your Payroll Direct DepositsIf your paycheck hits your bank account through direct deposit, be on the lookout for emails requesting personal information including log-in credentials.
One More To Go: MEAG Votes To Continue Costly Vogtle Nuclear ProjectThe board of a Georgia utility has voted to continue the expansion of the Vogtle nuclear power plant that's years behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. But another co-owner still needs to decide the plant's ultimate fate.
Georgia High Court Reverses Murder Conviction, Life SentenceGeorgia's highest court has tossed a man's murder conviction and life sentence, saying the trial court shouldn't have allowed the jury to hear a statement he made during interrogation.
See Saw: Pence Plans A Visit As Biden Postpones OneVice President Mike Pence has rescheduled a campaign stop in Georgia with Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp that was pushed back by Hurricane Florence. Meanwhile, former vice president Joe Biden has postponed a stop with Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams set for Sept. 27 because of scheduling conflicts.
Conyers Elementary School Closed For Norovirus OutbreakHoney Creek Elementary School was closed Monday because of outbreak of students suffering from vomiting and diarrhea.
Gubernatorial Rivals Disagree On 'Religious Freedom' LawBoth candidates were asked whether they would sign a religious protection bill if one was passed by lawmakers. A recent survey of the association's members, mostly people who serve on local chambers of commerce and development authorities, showed most oppose such laws, said Kevin Shea, the group's president.
Mariners Pitcher Felix Hernandez Becomes Naturalized American CitizenThe Mariners starting pitcher had a rough season, but things got a little better Monday when he became a naturalized U.S. citizen.
Congress Takes Aim At Shrinking Seats, Legroom On AirplanesThe Federal Aviation Administration would be required to set new minimum requirements for seats on airplanes under legislation to be considered in the House this week.