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Local Couple Chosen for Hit Show 'The Amazing Race'

Updated: 08/29/2012 - One local couple will be featured on the CBS show The Amazing Race. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates looks at where they came from... and the people supporting them.

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GA DOT Takes "Labor" Out of Labor Day Travel

Posted: 08/29/2012 - So that motorists can better enjoy their travels through south Georgia and all across the state during the Labor Day holiday weekend, the Georgia Department of Transportation is suspending construction-related lane closures beginning at Noon, this Friday (August 31) and continuing until 5 a.m., next Tuesday (September 4).

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South Georgia on 'Code Red'

Updated: 08/27/2012 - We've been focused on Florida's response to Tropical Storm Isaac ... But what about South Georgia? Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates looks at what has authorities in Lowndes County standing by.

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Governor Scott Reminds Floridians To Stay Alert, Potential Hazards Still Exist

Posted: 08/26/2012 - As Tropical Storm Isaac moves past the Florida Keys and into the Gulf of Mexico, Governor Rick Scott encourages residents and visitors statewide to stay vigilant as the storm is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane. The Florida panhandle remains in the cone of potential impact.

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Local SPLOST Tax Could Give Small Business a Boost

Posted: 08/26/2012 - One local sales tax has helped build more than ONE hundred million dollars worth of projects. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates looks at its chances of survival in November election.

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Authorities Urge Boaters to Keep it Safe on Labor Day

Updated: 08/24/2012 - With Labor Day weekend right around the corner authorities are stressing a need for safety on water. Eyewitness News reporter Eames Yates looks at the deadly dangers of drinking and boating.

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Georgia Officials Urge Safety With Variant Swine Flu Virus

Updated: 08/23/2012 - More than 200 people in nine states have been diagnosed with Swine Flu this year, but it is not the H1N1 strain that caused a deadly pandemic in 2009. This is a new strain of swine flu called H3N2. So far, there have not been any cases reported in Florida or Georgia, but officials say it is a threat to anyone in contact with pigs.

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