Top 10 stories for the week of March 11 to March 17

1. Woman's home robbed more than 15 times

Claudia Turner had mixed reaction to the news Thursday that Jonesboro police found about 90 percent of items stolen from her home in more than 15 burglaries since October.

2. Clayton County, cities reach service delivery and LOST agreements

Clayton County and its seven cities have reached an agreement to end a nearly three-year stalemate over tax revenues and distribution of services.

3. Seven indicted in Joe’s Crab Shack robbery

Seven defendants are named in a 52-count indictment returned in Clayton County Superior Court Wednesday.

4. State says suspect's text reveals truth

Witnesses may lie from the stand but texts tell the truth, said Clayton County prosecutors Wednesday.

5. Jury selection begins in double murder trial

Jury selection is expected to begin today in Clayton County Superior Court in the double murder trial of a College Park man.

6. Co-defendant takes stand against accused

A co-defendant in a double murder case dropped his head into his cuffed hands Tuesday as he testified about seeing his friend shot in the head during a botched drug deal.

7. Man gets 20 years in shooting of child

A Riverdale man was sentenced to 20 years in the accidental shooting of his young cousin in September 2011.

8. Clayton State to host NCAA Division II women's basketball Southeast Regional

The bids are out, the brackets are filled, and the NCAA Division II women's basketball Southeast Regional is coming to Clayton State.

9. Starr gets interim Housing Authority director job

Former Clayton County County Manager Wade Starr survived a last-minute challenge from the county’s HUD coordinator and was appointed to be the Housing Authority of Clayton County’s temporary leader Thursday night.

10. House passes Jonesboro’s tax vote bill

Legislation calling for a referendum on lowering Jonesboro’s homestead exemption overcame previous controversies and made it out of the Georgia House of Representatives Wednesday.