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Pimp posed as modeling agent

Posted: 06/05/2009 - A Texan who posed as an agent for aspiring models has been sentenced to six years in federal prison for enticing women across state lines to work in prostitution.

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Georgia man plans 1,000-mile walk for troops

Posted: 06/05/2009 - A Georgia man with a history of staging unusual fundraisers is planning to walk a 1,000-mile loop between the White House and the Capitol to encourage people to donate international calling cards to troops overseas.

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Former school for freed slaves needs repairs

Posted: 06/05/2009 - Volunteers at the Dorchester Academy -- a school for freed slaves in the late 1800s -- hope to get the site declared a national park to help garner the $1.5 million needed to repair the two-story brick building in south Georgia.

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Abbeville man charged in fatal shooting

Posted: 06/05/2009 - Authorities have arrested and charged 21-year-old Anthony Travis Lomax, of Abbeville, with murder in the death of a Helena man.

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Flag tribute draws criticism from Opelika workers

Posted: 06/04/2009 - A flag tribute for three Michelin employees who were aboard the Air France Flight that went down over the Atlantic has drawn criticism from some workers at Opelika's BFGoodrich plant.

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Man charged with trying kill Dothan officer

Posted: 06/04/2009 - Police have charged a 32-year-old Hartford man with attempted murder for allegedly trying to run over a police officer during a pursuit.

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UGA receives grant for teachers of autistic teens

Posted: 06/04/2009 - The University of Georgia has received a four-year, $800,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education to train educators to teach autistic high school students.

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Former Conyers housing chief pleads guilty

Posted: 06/04/2009 - Prosecutors say 44-year-old Kristi Kirkus Wilson, former director of the Conyers Housing Authority, has pleaded guilty to the theft of more than $130,000 in federal funds from the Housing Authority.

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Aquarium releases 3-year-old loggerhead turtle

Posted: 06/04/2009 - Oliver the loggerhead sea turtle is free. The 3-year-old turtle was released Wednesday from Wassaw Island off the Georgia coast by officials from the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Aquarium. Oliver was found as a baby in a nest on the island in 2005 after he failed to swim out to sea with his siblings.

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Ohio politicians slap Ga. stimulus proposal

Posted: 06/04/2009 - Ohio lawmakers are protesting the possible use of federal stimulus money to help NCR Corp. set up shop in Georgia. The world's leading provider of ATMs announced this week it would move its headquarters from Dayton to the Atlanta area and open a separate manufacturing center in Columbus, Ga.

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Saraland woman indicted for bank fraud, theft

Posted: 06/04/2009 - A Saraland woman has been indicted for bank fraud and bank theft by a federal grand jury for spending $100,000 accidentally deposited into her account over a three-year period.

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Bookkeeper pleads not guilty to bankruptcy fraud

Posted: 06/04/2009 - A 40-year-old Grove Hill, Ala., woman accused of hiding money from creditors of a bankrupt church where she worked and of filing fraudulent tax returns has pleaded not guilty in federal court.

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Columbus attorney faces federal hearing

Posted: 06/03/2009 - Columbus attorney Mark Shelnutt faces a federal court hearing on a 40-count indictment. Shelnutt is accused of aiding and abetting a conspiracy to distribute cocaine, money laundering, witness tampering and attempted bribery.

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Firefighter cuts may raise Atlanta insurance rates

Posted: 06/02/2009 - Georgia's top insurance officials says Atlanta homeowners could be paying 10 percent more for their insurance unless the city hires more and shows it training is up to snuff.

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Alabama Teacher Drawing Salary While Serving Time

Updated: 06/02/2009 - A Washington County, Alabama teacher convicted of enticing a former student for sex is still drawing a salary from the school system while she is serving time at the Federal Correctional Institution in Tallahassee.

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Court rules in billboard makers insurance dispute

Posted: 06/01/2009 - The state Supreme Court has ruled that before a company can sue its insurance company for failure to settle a case out of court, there must first be a court-ordered judgment against the company that exceeds the amount of its insurance coverage.

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