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Titanic treasures to go on display at Georgia aquarium

Posted: 08/21/2008 - The brightly lit room looks like any nondescript warehouse packed with boxes and dusty shelves, but inside this plain brick building is nearly 200 million dollars worth of treasures from the world's most famous shipwreck.

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Jump in measles outbreaks worries health officials

Posted: 08/21/2008 - Government health officials reported today that the number of measles cases in the U.S. is at its highest level since 1997, and nearly half of those involve children whose parents rejected vaccination.

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Episcopal head to visit Georgia

Posted: 08/21/2008 - The Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church, will visit parishes in Augusta, Savannah and Statesboro from Sept. 12-14.

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FTC to ban prerecorded sales messages

Posted: 08/21/2008 - The government is banning phone calls of prerecorded sales messages unless consumers agree to receive the calls.

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On Your Side: Mobile Coupons

Updated: 08/20/2008 - Saving money is on just about everyone's minds these days, especially at the grocery store. There's a new way to save when you're buying groceries, and all you need is a cell phone. They're called mobile coupons.

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Parents worry about overcrowded buses

Updated: 08/20/2008 - Some parents are worried about overcrowded buses, but the Richmond County transportation council says they won't be overcrowded long.

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Serial cigarette burglar caught

Updated: 08/20/2008 - It's called a smash and grab style burglary and deputies say this man, 37-year-old Samuel Baxter, has been very busy hitting eight businesses from gas stations to food stores.

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Low lake levels stop hydropower, endanger swimmers

Updated: 08/20/2008 - Florida and parts of South Georgia may be getting plenty of rain from Tropical Storm Fay, but here in our area we won't be seeing much in the form of drought relief. Lake levels are at a six year low.

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Georgia regents board suggests tuition, fee increases

Posted: 08/20/2008 - Faced with up to 228 million dollars in expected budget cuts, Georgia's colleges are looking at laying off employees, increasing student fees and revoking guaranteed tuition rates.

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Tropical Storm Fay, Called "Boomerang"

Posted: 08/20/2008 - Fay has already hit the Keys, and veered back across the state. Hurricane warnings are now up in Florida and Georgia.

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