TaQuon Marshall will keep his starting job as Georgia Tech's quarterback even after Tobias Oliver posted huge numbers as a runner in last week's upset win at Virginia Tech. Matt Yurus reports.

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Autopsy: Charlton County Woman Killed Her Son, Mom, Then HerselfEvidence shows a 39-year-old woman fatally shot her teenage son and her mother before killing herself at their home in St. George, authorities said Wednesday. Matt Yurus reports.
Found Unharmed: Atlanta Teen Kidnapped By Armed ManPolice in Atlanta say a teenage girl believed to have been kidnapped by an armed man was found unharmed. Matt Yurus reports.
Georgia Tech QB Taquon Marshall To Start At North CarolinaTaQuon Marshall will keep his starting job as Georgia Tech's quarterback even after Tobias Oliver posted huge numbers as a runner in last week's upset win at Virginia Tech. Matt Yurus reports.
Judge Will Not Suspend Georgia Absentee Ballot OrderA federal judge won't suspend her order governing Georgia election officials' handling of absentee applications and ballots with mismatched signatures the secretary of state appeals it. Matt Yurus reports.
Authorities: 3 Dead With Gunshot Wounds In South GeorgiaAuthorities said Tuesday evening that they are investigating the shootings of a 15-year-old boy and two women found dead at a home in rural southeast Georgia as an apparent double homicide and suicide. Matt Yurus reports.
High Profile Figures Campaigning In Governor’s RaceOprah Winfrey will campaign Thursday for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams as part of a caravan of high-profile figures marking the final days of Abrams' tight race with Republican Brian Kemp. Matt Yurus reports.
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UGA's 'Hot Rod' Blankenship Returns To Where His Legend Was BornThe kicker known as "Hot Rod," who has become one of the sixth-ranked Bulldogs' most reliable players and a bit of a cult hero between the hedges. Curtis Silva reports.
Trump, Obama Head To Georgia For Final WeekendPresident Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama are scheduled to travel to Georgia in the final days of Georgia's hotly contested governor's election. Ken Molestina reports.
GBI: Monroe County Deputies Shot Woman Holding Pellet GunAuthorities say Monroe County sheriff's deputies fatally shot a 42-year-old woman confronting them with a pellet gun after the officers were dispatched on a 911 call. Ken Molestina reports.
Police: Man Hid Stolen Gun Under Baby On Car FloorboardPolice in Gwinnett County say a man driving with his 3-month-old daughter on his lap hid the child from officers, who found the infant lying on a stolen gun. Ken Molestina reports.
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Quinn: No Trade Deadline Activity From FalconsAtlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn isn't anticipating moves before Tuesday's NFL trade deadline. Matt Yurus reports.
Jimmy Carter Asks Brian Kemp To ResignFormer President Jimmy Carter issued a personal appeal to Republican candidate Brian Kemp: Resign as secretary of state to avoid damaging public confidence in the outcome of his hotly contested matchup with Democrat Stacey Abrams. Matt Yurus reports.
Georgia To Double Auto Importing Capacity At Brunswick PortThe Georgia Ports Authority’s executive director says the agency plans a big expansion that will double the Port of Brunswick's capacity for handling automobile imports and exports. Matt Yurus reports.
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Convicted Sex Offender Accused Of Kidnapping, Raping UGA StudentA convicted sex offender is allegedly forced a University of Georgia student into his car and raped her. Matt Yurus reports.
Signs Of Recovery: Falcons' D In 2 Straight WinsA renewed sense of optimism for Atlanta Falcons' defense is generating a new hope for the Falcons' season that seemed lost following a 1-4 start. Matt Yurus reports.
Atlanta Corruption Probe Stretches Into MississippiA federal investigation into Atlanta City Hall corruption has stretched into Mississippi with a new bribery charge leveled against a former Atlanta city employee and political consultant. Matt Yurus reports.

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