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Missing Ga. 1-year-old found safe

Posted: 11/04/2009 - Clayton County authorities have canceled an Amber Alert issued for a missing 1-year-old girl they say was taken by her father from her mother's home. The girl is identified as Sencerity Michon Williams.

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Check Report Cards Online!

Updated: 11/04/2009 - Today is a big day for a lot of Bay County school kids, it's time for the report card!

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Huntsville has nation's highest airfares

Posted: 11/02/2009 - New federal statistics show Huntsville has the nation's most expensive airplane tickets. A report from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows the average domestic airfare for the north Alabama city cost $471 in the second quarter of this year. That's $68 higher than the second-place city, Grand Rapids, Mich.

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Rain subsiding across Ga.

Posted: 11/02/2009 - After the second wettest October across parts of the state, Georgia will get a break from the rain. The National Weather Service reports that October has been the second wettest October ever at both Atlanta and Athens. Atlanta saw more than more than 8 inches in October 1995 when the remnants of Hurricane Opal moved across the area.

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Music, gambling complex to open in Dothan Dec. 1

Posted: 10/29/2009 - An official with Country Crossing entertainment and gambling complex in Dothan says it will open on schedule Dec. 1 despite construction problems caused by rain.

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Ga. school bus driver faces sexual assault charge

Posted: 10/29/2009 - A 22-year-old Fulton County school bus driver faces a misdemeanor sexual assault charge involving allegations she had an inappropriate relationship with a student.

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Window Blinds Recalled for Strangulation Risk

Updated: 10/27/2009 - Close to 1 million roller blinds and Roman shades sold by IKEA, Bed Bath & Beyond and Hanover Direct are being recalled for posing a serious strangulation risk to small children.

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Obama Putting $3.4B Toward a 'Smart' Power Grid

Posted: 10/27/2009 - President Barrack Obama is giving a jolt to the futuristic "smart" electric grid, hoping to bring America's power transmission system into the digital age more quickly.

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Ala. county's sweet potato yield cut by rains

Posted: 10/27/2009 - Heavy fall rains have cut into the sweet potato crop in Cullman County this year. Arnold Caylor, director of the North Alabama Horticulture Research Center, estimated up to 80 percent of the county's crop will be lost. The county usually ranks second in the state in sweet potato production.

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Halloween Safety Tips

Posted: 10/27/2009 - Local Fire and Safety Experts Prepare For the Holiday Weekend.

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Environmental scores rankle South Alabama

Posted: 10/23/2009 - University of South Alabama officials say the school deserves better than the failing grades it received on an environmental scorecard.

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Basin group to take on water wars

Posted: 10/23/2009 - After nearly 20 years of litigation and no resolution concerning the allocation of water shared by Georgia, Alabama and Florida, a group involving parties with vested interests in those states plans to assert its voice.

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Housekeeper Puts Mr. Clean to Shame

Updated: 10/23/2009 - Whether you are staying in a hotel, motel or condo, it's nice to know someone cares enough to make sure your accommodations are clean, but that is not an easy job. In tonight's segment of Nicole Wants to Know we follow one woman on her quest for cleanliness.

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