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Thousands Of Metro Atlantans Unite To Make Strides Against Breast Cancer

According to the Atlanta-based American Cancer Society, excluding cancers of the skin, breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women and is the second-leading cause of cancer death in women. 189 more words

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Trucker charged in Human-Trafficking Case resulting in 10 Deaths.

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The driver of a broiling tractor-trailer found packed with immigrants outside a Walmart in San Antonio was charged Monday in the deaths of 10 of his passengers and could face the death penalty over the hellish journey. 782 more words

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I-85 Ribbon Cutting Held To Celebrate Reopening

This time last week, Atlanta motorists were wondering just when a portion of Interstate 85 would reopen. It was closed on March 30, after a massive blaze under it caused steel beams to giveway, bringing down the raised section of the roadway. 154 more words

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10 APS Seniors Named 2017 Posse Foundation Scholars

Ten Atlanta Public Schools (APS) students are receiving scholarships from the Posse Foundation, Inc.

According to APS, the high school seniors have been awarded four-year, full-tuition leadership and merit scholarships worth approximately $210,000 each from four of the foundation’s partner colleges and universities, including Bard College, Brandeis University, The George Washington University and Texas A&M University. 170 more words

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Longtime Publisher Remembered For Maintaining Atlanta Inquirer Legacy

It was February 1961 when John B. “J.B.” Smith, Sr. became editor of the Atlanta Inquirer Newspaper. That was less than a year after the first edition rolled off the press. 221 more words

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Message to President Trump: 5th District 'Not Horrible And Falling Apart'

Local resistance to President Donald Trump will be in full effect when he speaks Friday to the convention of the National Rifle Association (NRA) at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. 150 more words

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Fired Gwinnett Cops Must Surrender Today In Beating Of Black Motorist

Two former Gwinnett County police officers could wind up in prison after they punched and kicked 21 year old Demetrius Hollins during a traffic stop on April 12, 2017. 75 more words

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