Beyonce announces 2016 Formation World Tour
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- Beyonce is working overtime this weekend: After releasing a new song Saturday and performing at the Super Bowl on Sunday, she's announced a new stadium tour.
School lockdowns now routine part of student life in Georgia
- School lockdowns, and preparing for a possible intruder, have become a fact of life for many metro Atlanta schools.
Tennessee, Georgia authorities crack down on sex trafficking
- Authorities say more than 20 people have been arrested on charges related to sex trafficking and online exploitation of children in Tennessee and Georgia.
New domestic violence gun law in SC hard to track in court
- South Carolina lawmakers passed a law last year banning some people convicted of domestic violence from owning guns.
Augusta city administrator position will be evaluated by commissioners for the first time
- Commissioners have never reviewed Janice Allen Jackson or any other city administrator, but that is changing.
The Latest: Search for Missouri suspects ended in shootout
- A sheriff's sergeant in the Florida Panhandle says the search for a Missouri couple suspected in a series of robberies and abductions in Alabama and Georgia ended in a shootout that killed the man and left the woman wounded.
North Georgia hospital CEO arrested accused of activity involving fraudulent painkillers
- The CEO of a north Georgia hospital is one of six suspects accused of being involved with fraudulent prescription painkillers.
Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White dead at 74
- Maurice White, the founder and leader of Earth, Wind & Fire, has died.
Downtown Augusta road projects could take a decade to complete
- Improvements to the streets in downtown Augusta, like on Greene Street, aren't going to happen overnight, from start to finish it could take up to a decade.
Lawmakers working to simplify student financial aid application
- The current guidelines for FAFSA, or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, can be difficult to understand for prospective college students. Some lawmakers on Capitol Hill are saying that students who want to go to college shouldn’t have to jump through hoops to acquire financial aid.
Airline CEO: Explosive residue found in Somalia incident
- The head of the airline whose jetliner was damaged by an explosion shortly after takeoff from Somalia says investigators have found what appears to be residue from explosives on the plane.
Islamic State numbers go down in Iraq, Syria; Up in Libya
- A U.S. defense official says new intelligence assessments show the number of Islamic State fighters has dropped in Iraq and Syria, but is rising in Libya.
Authorities searching for woman they say lied about her husband raping her
- Authorities are looking for a woman who they say lied to police by claiming that her husband broke into her Lexington County home, tied her up and raped her.
United Service Organization celebrates 75th anniversary
- The organization tasked by the late President Franklin Roosevelt with strengthening the morale of America's military men and women is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
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