News for Monday, May 28, 2012


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Freeman still struggling with vision problems

Contacts causing problems; glasses won't work, either

NCAA Regional baseball glance: Tech heading to Gainesville

Yellow Jackets in a regional with nation's top-ranked Florida Gators

Braves' skid continues with loss to Cardinals

Atlanta in its worst funk since April, 2010

Boxer paralyzed in Marietta motorcycle crash

Manager confirms Sunday accident

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Parkview title further fuels rivalry with Brookwood

Follow up on Class AAAAA state baseball championship series

Weather starts to clear, Providence title series set for Wednesday

Class A baseball state championship series final set

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Gwinnett County remembers fallen soldiers

Hundreds gathered at the Fallen Heroes Memorial to honor those who died while in battle.

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Dacula salutes Korean War veterans during parade

DACULA -- In the gaps between the roar of a police motorcade and the siren of a fire truck were giggles from children who lined the 19th annual Dacula Parade route. Carrying plastic bags, they cheered when parade entries tossed them gumballs and lollipops.. The children were part of a

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Girl, 6, is youngest ever in National Spelling Bee

McLEAN, Va. (AP) -- The youngest person ever to qualify for the National Spelling Bee was running around in a stream with a friend, hunting for rocks. Suddenly, she came charging up the bank and headed straight for her mother.. "Hold on to that basalt," Lori Anne Madison said

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Memorial Day ceremonies held across Georgia

ATLANTA (AP) -- All around Georgia, flags were lowered and memorial services over the three-day holiday weekend to honor those who have served in the military.. In Savannah, about 100 people braved soggy weather at a plot reserved for veterans at Bonaventure Cemetery, where small American flags were placed

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Obama honors fallen troops at Arlington Cemetery

President Barack Obama is paying tribute to the men and women who have died defending America.

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Snellville woman battling flesh-eating bacteria speaks

The father of a young Snellville woman battling a flesh-eating disease says his daughter has spoken for the first time since she was taken to an Augusta hospital weeks ago for treatment.