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School administrator facing suspension over dance

Posted: 03/11/2009 - A Clayton County disciplinary panel is recommending that a high school assistant principal be suspended for three days over a controversial performance by the school's dance team.

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Ga. House adopts food safety changes

Posted: 03/10/2009 - The House unanimously adopted changes to the state's food safety guidelines in the wake of a deadly salmonella outbreak to a Georgia plant. The chamber voted to allow county health officials to report possible violations of safety rules to state and federal agencies. State Rep. Terry England, R-Auburn, said it allows the state to deputize local inspectors to get "another set of eyes" on food plants across the state.

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Dothan man avoids capital murder in plea deal

Posted: 03/10/2009 - A 28-year-old Dothan man charged with capital murder has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor criminally negligent homicide in a 2007 drug-related slaying.

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300 airmen return after Afghanistan deployment

Posted: 03/10/2009 - Three hundred airmen at Moody Air Force Base are back on Georgia soil after serving a six-month deployment in Afghanistan. The airmen, assigned to the 75th Fighter Squadron and the 75th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, returned Monday to major homecoming celebration at the military base in Valdosta.

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Dothan high school principal fired

Posted: 03/10/2009 - The Dothan City Schools system is looking for a new high school principal. The school board voted Monday night to terminate the contract of Andrew Sewell, who served as principal of Dothan High School.

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House adopts stiffer speeding fines

Posted: 03/09/2009 - The House has adopted stiffer fines on motorists who speed to help shore up Georgia's ailing network of trauma hospitals.

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S Ala. teacher allegedly paid teens to do sex acts

Posted: 03/05/2009 - A 48-year-old special education teacher in Brewton is accused of giving drugs and paying money to former students to perform sex acts on themselves while he watched.

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8,000 gallons of acid spills at Rome plant

Posted: 03/05/2009 - Several employees at the Bekaert Plant in Rome had to be evaluated at a hospital after they came in contact with hydrochloric acid.

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Huntsville Eagle Scout gets first lady hug

Posted: 03/04/2009 - An Eagle Scout from Huntsville chosen to present the National State of Scouting address to Congress has met with the president and first lady.

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Empire pastor charged with child abuse

Posted: 03/04/2009 - The director of a home for troubled boys in Blount County has been charged with aggravated child abuse. An indictment was returned Feb. 13 against Pastor Jack Patterson of Empire who serves as director of Reclamation Ranch Ministries.

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Bill would treat Ala. boat wrecks like car wrecks

Posted: 03/04/2009 - An Alabama House committee has approved a bill that would treat fatal boating accidents involving alcoholic beverages the same as fatal traffic accidents where the driver of one of the vehicles was driving under the influence.

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