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Cairo Woman Finds Sister Dead at Bottom of Pool

Updated: 09/14/2011 - A Cairo woman arrived home to a horrific scene. The Grady County Sheriff's Office says she found her 52-year-old sister dead at the bottom of her pool.

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Team Georgia Wrestling Announces “Beat the Streets”

Posted: 09/13/2011 - Team Georgia Wrestling recently announced its partnership with Beat the Streets USA Wrestling program to launch “Beat the Streets-Georgia” (BTSGA) wrestling initiative for students of middle school age boys and girls in Georgia.

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UGA Dedicates Statue

Posted: 09/12/2011 - UGA to dedicate statue of founder on North Campus

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Flint River Showdown Raises Cash for Firefighters

Updated: 09/11/2011 - Some speed demons raised 'cain and cash' earlier today (9/10) on the Flint River -- all in the name of helping those who help the community. WCTV was in the middle of the action.

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[UPDATE] Lobbyist Spending

Updated: 09/10/2011 - Lobbyists spent nearly $100,000 during the Georgia Legislature's two-week special session in August to redraw the state's political maps.

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Ga. Revenues Rise for August

Updated: 09/10/2011 - Georgia tax collections rose more than 9% compared to the same month the year before.

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Deal Names Butch Miller New Floor Leader

Posted: 09/10/2011 - Gainesville Republican Butch Miller will become Gov. Nathan Deal's new floor leader in the state Senate, helping to push the governor's agenda in the chamber.

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Clyattville Elementary School Honors 9/11

Updated: 09/10/2011 - Ask just about anyone and they'll tell you where they were the day of the 9/11 tragedy. But that was 10 years ago, and for most of today's elementary school students, it was before they were born. Still, as Eyewitness News Reporter Greg Gullberg shows us, one Georgia elementary is making sure even the youngest Americans know what happened that fateful day.

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Valdosta Selects First Black Mayor

Updated: 09/09/2011 - With a unanimous vote, Valdosta City Council members have voted on Joseph Vickers the city's first black mayor replacing John Fretti who recently resigned. Eyewitness News reporter Dontaye Carter was at the meeting and has more on this historic moment.

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Millions of People Struggling to Put Food on the Table

Updated: 09/08/2011 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture says almost 17 percent of families in Georgia struggle each day to put food on the table. It's called food insecurity, and almost everyone in the Peach State knows someone who's struggling.

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Chambliss Applauds Drought Disaster Declaration

Posted: 09/08/2011 - U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., applauded Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack’s decision to declare 150 drought-stricken counties in Georgia disaster areas, as requested by Gov. Nathan Deal.

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