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Curbing the Chaos

Updated: 09/08/2004 - A backlog of cases at the Georgia Bureau of Investigations is causing headaches for officers around Georgia, and the Valdosta Police Department is stepping up its investigative efforts.

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Left in the Dark

Updated: 09/08/2004 - In south Georgia, Grady County Electric customers say they're still feeling the effects of Frances' wrath. Almost 5,000 households lost power and some are still waiting to see the light.

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Almost There

Updated: 09/08/2004 - Hundreds of Jefferson County residents are still without power, and the two electric companies that serve those areas say it could be at least until Friday before power is completely restored.

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Animal Victims of Frances

Updated: 09/08/2004 - Officials at the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission say sea turtles, wading birds and a variety of native species are threatened by loss of habitat.

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Picking Up the Pieces

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Residents in southern Georgia are recovering from the harsh winds and rain of Hurricane Frances and working hard to get life back to normal.

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Damage Assessment in Thomas County

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Law enforcement and public works officials are assessing damage in Thomas County with a fine-toothed comb, hoping Georgia Emergency Management may step in to help.

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Twice Not Bitten

Posted: 09/07/2004 - Sighs of relief can be heard throughout Wakulla County where thousands of residents escaped their second tropical storm in one month.

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Relief Plans

Updated: 09/07/2004 - As the cleanup begins for Hurricane Frances, state officials are plugging a relief fund for victims of the storm.

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Shelter Families

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Families are about to leave Tallahassee after spending days in shelters.

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Insurance Assessment

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Now that Frances has left its mark on Florida, some area homeowners are picking up the pieces and digging out their insurance papers.

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Utility Assessment

Updated: 09/07/2004 - It may have been a day off for many students, state workers and others, but for many area residents it was a day of cleaning up.

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Ivan Bears Down on Windwards

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Hurricane Ivan is bearing down on the Windward Islands Tuesday on a course that shows an increasing threat to the U.S.

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Officials Warn About Flooding

Updated: 09/07/2004 - State officials are worried about flooding in the wake of Hurricane Frances, as already full rivers and streams take in even more water.

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Weaker Ivan Moving Toward Caribbean

Updated: 09/06/2004 - Weaker Hurricane Ivan is spinning about 305 miles southeast of the Caribbean island of Barbados with 105-mile-per-hour winds on a path that could bring it near Florida.

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Serious Rain Continues From Frances

Updated: 09/06/2004 - While the areas first lashed by Hurricane Frances are now involved in cleanup, the system continues to spread major rain and other problems farther up the state.

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Frances' Fury

Updated: 09/05/2004 - Armed with unlimited determination, Hurricane Frances crawled across south Florida's eastern coast line with a plan of attack.

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Gov. Bush Tours Damage

Updated: 09/05/2004 - Gov. Jeb Bush is in south Florida preparing to tour damage caused by Frances.

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