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Safety Tips for Driving in Winter Weather

It only takes a few snow flakes to cause hysteria on Atlanta Roads, need we think back to two years ago? Many cars and trucks were involved in accidents throughout our city’s highways and side roads. It was a disaster simply because many did not know how to drive on wintry roads. AAA offers many […]

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Are You Registered to Vote in the Upcoming Primary Election?

One of our great American rights is our ability to vote, and if you want a voice in this year’s upcoming presidential election the deadline to register is drawing near. There are many local elections that will be taking place, but the road to the White House is probably the race on everyone’s mind. In […]

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Widow of San Bernardino Shooting Victim Files Suit

The widow of Michael Wetzel, Renee Wetzel, has filed four claims against the San Bernardino County. Her husband was one of 14 killed in last month’s mass shooting in San Bernardino. She is seeking damages totaling $58 million, according to the San Bernardino Sun. The claims were filed in late December on behalf of Renee […]

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Georgia Southern Nursing Students Remembered

We have covered the story of the horrific death of five Georgia Southern nursing students several times. The senseless tragedy affected many of us, and it was once again a reminder of how deadly tractor trailer trucks can be on Georgia highways. On Monday the nursing students were remembered during a ceremony at the State […]

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Active Shooter Response Training to be Held in Kennesaw

Times are changing and many citizens are no longer willing to take the risk of becoming a victim due to an active shooter situation. Cities and towns throughout metro Atlanta have begun offering active shooter training sessions, including one being held in Kennesaw, GA. On January 24, the Kennesaw Police Department will host a seminar […]

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