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- The Seminole Tribe of Florida is among almost 20 communities nationwide receiving help from the federal government to improve their water utilities' readiness for the effects of climate change.
- Officials with Lowndes County Schools are offering new information about what happened at Lowndes High on January 10th of 20-13. This comes after the parents of Kendrick Johnson raised questions yesterday about where members of the wrestling team were the day Johnson was last seen alive.
- New information from the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) shows fewer young people are using tobacco in the state. In fact, the rates are falling steadily and significantly.
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