News for Tuesday, August 18, 2009


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Man accused of kidnapping, killing ex-girlfriend

By Linda Looney-Bond

Gas prices stagnate over the week

By Johnny Jackson

Build reservoirs now or leave Georgians without drinking water

Recently, a federal judge ruled that metro Atlanta residents have no right to tap Lake Lanier for their drinking water. Because that function was not originally authorized when the lake was built 50 years ago, 3 million people could be without a single source of water, if a compromise with Florida and Alabama is not reached within three years.

So you think you can clunk? - Joel Hall

Every once in a while, an opportunity comes along that is just too good to pass up, or overlook.

$8 million in pot discovered in trailer

Forest Park Police, with the assistance of the Clayton County Police K-9 Unit, said they discovered 3,300 pounds of suspected marijuana with a street value of more than $8 million Sunday, and made two arrests.

America's wounded warriors -- Honor, courage, sacrifice - Mike Reagan

This past week, I was fortunate to play in the Wounded Warrior charity golf tournament.

Obituaries - August 18, 2009

Glenn Milton Blanton

Health fair tackles disparities, concerns

By Joel Hall

Officials launch swine flu awareness campaign

By Curt Yeomans

Citizen, employees foil Forest Park robbery

By Linda Looney-Bond

Key vote on transportation post due Wednesday

By Valerie Baldowski

Restaurant employee shot in leg

By Linda Looney-Bond