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Atlanta Weather | Sleet reported in...

Atlanta Weather | Sleet reported in N. Georgia

Glenn Burns questions Gov. Deal abo...

Glenn Burns questions Gov. Deal about lessons learned in winter storm

The Tabernacle closed for inspectio...

The Tabernacle closed for inspection

Fundraiser helping girl who inspire...

Fundraiser helping girl who inspired Georgia medical marijuana bill

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Mary Ann Turner

Mary Ann Turner

Mary Ann Turner, age 84 of Griffin, passed away on July 20, 2017 at Hospice Atlanta at Emory University Hospital. Mrs. Turner was preceded in death by her parents, Aurelian and Emmie Hunter and her husband, Douglas Gene Turner, Sr. Mrs. Turner is survived by her children and their spouses, Sherry and Mark Nacke, Donna and Andy Hasinski, Douglas G. Turner Jr., Teresa T. Evans, Robert E. Turner and Concepcion Estivariz; grandchildren, Lauren, Marlin, Ashley, Chace, Robbie, Kathleen, Beau, Kai, Alex, Matt and Robin; great-grandchildren, Jacob, Turner, Miles, Adde, Luke, Scarlett, Georgia and Anson.

Seventeen homicides this year leave...

Seventeen homicides this year leave Columbus families, police searching for answers

Gladys Boykin, right, stands next to a photo of her son during an interview in her apartment. Her son, 32-year-old Jason Boykin, was shot and killed three months ago at his apartment.

Cooper: Along the banks of the Chat...

Cooper: Along the banks of the Chattahoochee in July 1864

It has been two days since I wrote you last, and as I have few leisure moments this evening I'll use them in writing you. Yesterday we moved lower down the River to guard the same and prevent the Yankees from crossing.

Olympic Park Bombing Fast Facts

Olympic Park Bombing Fast Facts

Facts: Two people died as a result of a bombing at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, and more than 100 others were injured. Eric Robert Rudolph was convicted of placing the 40-pound bomb, filled with nails and screws, in Centennial Olympic Park.

Judge William C. O'Kelley remembere...

Judge William C. O'Kelley remembered for patience, respect, humor

Friends, family and members of the legal community gathered Saturday in Atlanta to honor the life of Senior U.S. District Judge William C. O'Kelley. "I think he taught us all respect for the law, respect for the court and respect for our adversaries and the parties to the litigation," he said.

Dick Yarbrough: Paying tribute to a...

Dick Yarbrough: Paying tribute to a special professor who made a difference

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