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Georgia First Lady Visits South Georgia Schools

Updated: 01/27/2016 - Georgia's First Lady Sandra Deal was once a teacher, and today she spent the day in Grady County schools, but this time on the other side of the lesson plan.

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Food Bank in Need of Donations

Updated: 01/20/2016 - A local food bank is under pressure and asking for help. The holidays are over, donations are drying up and it could have a big impact on those in need.

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Winn Dixie Manager Accused of Robbing Own Store

Updated: 01/18/2016 - A Winn Dixie manager is one of two men accused of robbing the Madison County grocery store Sunday night before leading authorities on a high speed chase.

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63-Year-Old Inmate Dies at Florida Jail

Posted: 01/17/2016 - PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) -- Sheriff's officials are investigating after a 63-year-old male inmate at the Escambia County Jail has died.

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Florida Student Attends Nobel Prize Event in Stockholm

Posted: 01/17/2016 - JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- A university student and graduate of Episcopal School of Jacksonville was one of only 26 young people from 19 countries chosen to attend Nobel Prize Week in Stockholm

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Pregnancy & the Zika Virus: What You Need To Know

Posted: 01/17/2016 - Concerns are growing over the mosquito-borne illness known as Zika virus, which has been spreading through Central and South America and is believed to be linked to a surge in serious birth defects in Brazil.

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Cooking with Rebecca Weaver

Posted: 01/17/2016 - Rebecca Weaver of Fresh Little Garden stopped by the WCTV studios to make a tasty snack Sunday.

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Chihuahua From Texas Found In Georgia

Posted: 01/17/2016 - The Atlanta Humane Society says a lost dog from Texas has been reunited with its owner after being found 800 miles away in Georgia.

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Girls Rule! Inc. Visits WCTV

Updated: 01/16/2016 - Girls Rule! Inc. stopped by WCTV Saturday morning. Watch video to learn more about the organization and upcoming events.

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Top 5 Foods to Avoid Due to Salt

Updated: 01/11/2016 - Despite many previous warnings, a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Americans still eat way too much salt.

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