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Thomas University Starts Fall Semester

Posted: 08/18/2011 - Thomas University opened its doors to more than 11-hundred students on August 17th. It was the first day of the fall semester.

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Georgia Seeking New Method to Evaluate Students

Updated: 08/18/2011 - The Peach State is looking to change how it measures student achievement. As Eyewitness News reporter Dontaye Carter tells us, educators want students focused on succeeding in life, not just passing tests.

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DOT: $4.8 Million in Grants for GA Highway Projects

Updated: 08/17/2011 - U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced more than $4.8 million in grants for Georgia to fund an array of highway-related efforts ranging from constructing a pedestrian-bicycle and acquiring right-of-way for a recreation trail in Atlanta.

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Flowers Foods 2Q Profit Down on Higher Costs

Posted: 08/17/2011 - Bakery company Flowers Foods Inc. said that its fiscal second-quarter net income fell 17 percent, hurt by increased ingredient and packaging costs.

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GA Highway Memorials

Posted: 08/17/2011 - 16 highway memorial signs put up in new program.

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GDOT Holds Road Improvement Projects Meeting

Updated: 08/16/2011 - Taxpayers wanting to know how their money is being spent got some answers at a meeting in Camilla, Georgia earlier today (8/16). WCTV found out what the Georgia Department of Transportation has in store.

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Corporal Punishment in Georgia School Systems

Updated: 08/16/2011 - A seven-year-old California girl was killed by her foster parents, they say the Bible says its okay to beat your children. WCTV took a look at a few Georgia Schools to see how it implements corporal punishment in the Bible Belt.

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18 Puppies Euthanized After Disease Outbreak

Posted: 08/16/2011 - Police say 18 puppies have been euthanized due to an outbreak of disease that prompted authorities to close the Macon-Bibb Animal Control shelter this week.

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South Georgia City May Challenge 2010 Census

Posted: 08/16/2011 - We rely on the U.S. Census to give us national population figures -- but what happens when that data is wrong? The small city of Whigham, Georgia is trying to find out.

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Awareness Heightens for Children Left in Hot Cars

Updated: 08/15/2011 - If you've ever considered leaving a child in the car to run a quick errand, don't do it. Authorities say it's life-threatening to the child, and could even result in prison time for the parents.

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