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Feds won't broker three-state water compromise

Posted: 05/27/2009 - Shortly after taking a helicopter tour of north Georgia's reservoirs with Gov. Sonny Perdue, Salazar said the three states have got to come together to figure out a way forward with a compact agreement.

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Geithner unveils stimulus tax credits in Boston

Posted: 05/27/2009 - Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner says organizations doing work in 33 states will receive $1.5 billion in business tax credits funded by federal stimulus money.

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Georgia announces park cuts

Updated: 09/17/2009 - Georgia's parks are being hit with steep budget cuts that will hike fees and cause some sites to reduce their hours just as the summmer recreation season gets underway.

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Will summer camps be the next victim of the economy?

Updated: 05/27/2009 - The economy is affecting a lot of things these days: jobs, paychecks and, for many people, their sanity. But what about a tried and true American tradition like summer camp?

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Georgia park rangers face furloughs

Posted: 05/27/2009 - Georgia park rangers will be facing one-day-a-month furloughs beginning in July, as the state heads into its busy summer outdoor season.

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Legislators to send payday lending bill to gov

Posted: 05/27/2009 - Senate and House leaders Wednesday will ratify that bill along with an overhaul of the state's ports authority and legislation that allows people with concealed weapons permits to have guns in their cars at schools.

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Portion of Windsor Spring Road to close

Posted: 05/27/2009 - Windsor Spring Road from Peach Orchard Road to Old Louisville Road will be closed from Wednesday, May 27, 2009 through September 30, 2009 for a roadway widening and improvement project.

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Only on 12: Deanna Brown speaks about estate settlement

Posted: 05/27/2009 - The "Godfather of Soul" was a legendary performer, unforgettable and lasting. But since his death on Christmas Day in 2006, the battle over his estate was a never ending saga of it's own.

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Racial bickering threatens TEE Center

Posted: 05/26/2009 - Racial division on the Augusta commission is sidelining a new development. A planned Trade Exhibit and Events Center hangs in the balance. Black commissioners say they were left out of the final deal. White commissioners say either vote or there will be consequences.

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Mullins Crossing II and Bass Pro Shops, where do they stand?

Posted: 05/26/2009 - They're two of the bigger commercial development projects in the works right now. The Bass Pro Shops at the Village at Riverwatch and phase two of Mullins Crossing out in Evans. News 12's takes a look at how the economy has affected them.

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Richmond Co. Schools still cutting from budget

Posted: 05/26/2009 - The Richmond County Board of Education is getting closer to deciding on a final budget for next year, but has called another meeting to make decisions on how to make cuts.

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Judge OK's Settlement over James Brown Estate

Updated: 05/26/2009 - After years of arguments, a South Carolina judge has approved a settlement for the estate of late soul singer James Brown that gives nearly half of it to his charitable trust, about a quarter to his wife and young son and the rest to Brown's adult children.

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