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Twisters kill dozens in South

Posted: 02/06/2008 - Deadly tornadoes killed at least 48 people and injured hundreds more as they tore across four U.S. states, ripping off a shopping mall roof, demolishing mobile homes and blowing apart warehouses.

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Twisters take lives in central Kentucky

Updated: 02/06/2008 - A Kentucky emergency official says seven people are confirmed dead in Kentucky after brutal storms raced across the state, leaving a wide trail of destruction.

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Twister hits mall and dorms

Updated: 02/06/2008 - Tennessee emergency officials say the death toll from storms across the state is rising. Tennessee Emergency Management Agency spokesman Randy Harris says the latest reported fatalities in the state were in Moore County, along the Kentucky border northeast of Nashville.

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Death toll expected to rise in rural areas

Updated: 02/06/2008 - Emergency workers were going door to door Wednesday morning looking for more victims and sifting through the wreckage of homes and businesses.

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Twister claims lives in Alabama and Tennessee

Updated: 02/06/2008 - The destruction from a storm that spawned swarms of tornadoes became more apparent Wednesday morning as officials in Alabama reported deaths from the twister. Hundreds more are injured.

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Winter weather is here

Updated: 01/16/2008 - There is a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for the central and northern half of the CSRA.

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Lightning kills Aiken woman

Posted: 01/11/2008 - Two women working at Glaxo Smith Kline were hit by lightning during a storm Friday morning. One woman died.

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It's cold!

Updated: 01/03/2008 - The CSRA was expecting temperatures in the teens again Thursday night. The cold snap has sent something of a shock through the area.

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Students head back to class in freezing temps

Posted: 01/03/2008 - With winter break coming to an end, Jack Frost finally decided to blow right on in, and the school system is adjusting maybe even better than the students.

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Area Lakes Still Dangerously Low

Posted: 11/21/2007 - Some rain could be on the way for your Thanksgiving holiday, but it won't be enough to get us out of our extreme drought.

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Lake Lanier water level nears record low

Posted: 11/19/2007 - The water level at Lake Lanier, north of Atlanta, is getting close to its record low. The lake held steady for awhile, but began dropping Sunday afternoon.

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Georgia lawmakers pray for rain

Updated: 11/13/2007 - Governor Sonny Perdue and state lawmakers held a prayer session Tuesday afternoon at the Georgia State Capitol to pray for rain.

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Perdue orders state agencies to cut water use

Posted: 10/25/2007 - Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue continues to urge you to save water. He's ordering all state agencies to reduce their water use by ten to 15 percent.

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Augusta water going to Atlanta?

Updated: 10/23/2007 - With water levels dropping by the day, saving our water is important in more ways than one.

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Drought taking its toll on Augusta

Posted: 10/23/2007 - A record drought is gripping the state of Georgia. Some cities are worse off than others. Just how bad are things in Augusta?

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