Man convicted of 1986 murder of TV employee ATLANTA - A 50-year-old Atlanta man has has been sentenced to two life terms in prison for an October 1986 murder after being identified by a cold-case squad through DNA evidence, District Attorney Paul Howard said Wednesday. Richard Hambrick was found guilty of murder, felony murder, rape, and burglary in the slaying of 37-year-old Clydine Dallas, an employee of WSB-TV in Atlanta, Howard said. Dallas was raped and strangled with bed sheets in her apartment. A year ago, the Multi-Agency Cold Case Squad located swabs from an autopsy and turned them over to a private lab in Texas for processing, Howard said. The lab developed a profile of a DNA from the swabs, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation crime lab indexed the profile and identified Hambrick, a known offender, as the attacker, the prosecutor said. Hambrick was arrested in December. Officer changes guilty plea after hearing details MACON - A former Macon police officer pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman, but then changed his mind after prosecutors outlined the details of the case. Standing with his wife at his side, 30-year-old Jerry Galloway sighed loudly before telling prosecutors he was guilty of sexually assaulting a woman in his custody in 2003 at a Macon nightclub. Minutes later, when Bibb County assistant prosecutor Graham Thorpe began explaining the details of the alleged crime, Galloway changed his plea to not guilty and decided to go forward with the jury trial. Thorpe told him the trial could move on without the plea being mentioned to jurors. Galloway also faces separate rape and sexual assault charges stemming from accusations that he threatened to arrest a 17-year-old girl in July 2002 if she didn't have sex with him. He did not enter a plea on those charges Tuesday. Chiquita Brands mulls moving HQ to Atlanta CINCINNATI - Chiquita Brands International Inc. is considering moving its corporate headquarters to Atlanta or southern Florida, the company's chairman and chief executive said in a note to employees Tuesday. Fernando Aguirre said the company, one of the world's top banana producers and a distributor of other fresh fruits and vegetables, is searching for the most beneficial site. Its lease in downtown Cincinnati is up in August. ''Our objective in evaluating locations is to select the one that provides the most long-term benefits to the company,'' Aguirre said. Chiquita will use factors such as cost, quality of life and access to transportation to make its decision, spokesman Mike Mitchell said. - From wire reports