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Top 10 stories for the week of February 25-March 3

1. Former Riverdale basketball standout killed in morning crash

2010 Riverdale High School graduate killed in a car accident.

2. County could take $12.6 million hit

Clayton County could lose $12.6 million in revenue if legislation limiting its taxation powers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is approved, a county legislator announced Tuesday.

3. Randall prevails in civil suit against Scott

Former Clayton County District Attorney Jewel Scott's ex-chief of staff prevailed Tuesday in his civil suit filed against her husband for causing his termination in 2007.

4. Hood accepts state appointment

Clayton County Fire and Emergency Services Chief Jeff Hood has accepted an appointment to the top state agency in charge of anti-terrorism.

5. Murder suspects turn down plea deal

Two defendants facing murder charges turned down a deal Monday to plead guilty in exchange for life with the possibility of parole.

6. Postal workers sentenced in multi-million dollar scheme

A former Stockbridge postal worker was sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison after being convicted for his role in a multi-million dollar scheme involving U.S. Treasury checks, said officials.

7. Teen shot girl with gun given by neighbor, say police

Jury selection began Monday in the trial of an Ellenwood teenager accused of shooting to death a former girlfriend using a gun giving to him by an adult neighbor.

8. Jury deliberating Scott civil case

Within the past half hour, a Clayton County Superior Court jury began deliberating the fate of a former District Attorney's Office chief of staff who claims his boss's husband forced his termination in 2007.

9. Morrow ready to put gas station site up for sale

The city of Morrow is getting ready to dump a place where residents used to go to get gas.

10. Riverdale administrator fights for job

A tribunal is expected to begin deliberations Friday in Genghis Shakhan’s employment hearing. The assistant principal at Riverdale High School is on unpaid administrative leave.