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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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Mudslide possibility on I-20

Posted: 09/27/2007 - The face of I-20 is undergoing a drastic change as trees are cut down, replaced by dirt and mulch. We've been dry lately, but any long period of rain this fall could spell problems.

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Tree crushes car, blocks road

Updated: 09/14/2007 - A tree fell and crushed a car in downtown Augusta Thursday evening, knocking out the power at one house and pulling down some phone lines.

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Heat affects many at local tennis tournament

Updated: 08/20/2007 - Even with plenty of water and a huge supply of ice, dehydration was still a problem this weekend at the Georgia State Mixed Doubles Championship.

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