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Kidnapping attempt, ensuing police chase ends in shooting

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One suspect is in custody and police are searching for three others following a kidnapping attempt that lead to a police chase through Fulton County early Tuesday morning.

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Confusion over 8-year-old's condition after police chase in Fulton County

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Police say an 8-year-old child was pronounced dead following a police chase in Fulton County.

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Jury finds Hawks head coach not guilty of DUI Video included

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A jury has found Atlanta Head Coach Mike Budenholzer not guilty of DUI, but guilty of a broken taillight.

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Police arrest suspect in series of arson fires

Michael Bernard Johnson (Source: Gwinnett County Police) Michael Bernard Johnson (Source: Gwinnett County Police)
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Police have made an arrest in connection to a series of arson fires at La Jalisco Super Carniceria on Buford Drive in Lawrenceville. 

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Georgia Tech employee arrested, charged with sexual battery

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Edward Olivares, a Georgia Tech employee, was arrested and charged with sexual battery and aggravated sexual battery. 

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Immigration protester: 'Look who is taking care of your children'

Immigration protest in Downtown Atlanta on Monday, June 27, 2016. Immigration protest in Downtown Atlanta on Monday, June 27, 2016.
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Protesters in Atlanta organized on Monday to voice their concerns over a decision by the Supreme Court to block an executive order on immigration by President Obama.

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Nearly 50 cremated human remains found in storage unit in Jonesboro

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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation spent the day Monday cataloging human remains found at a storage facility on Tara Boulevard in Jonesboro. 

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Police: Suspect crashes stolen fire truck into another vehicle

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A suspect accused of stealing a fire truck and crashing it into another vehicle was taken into custody and transported to a local hospital. 

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Police: Officer involved in crash while responding to accident in Gwinnett County

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Police say an officer was involved in a crash Monday afternoon while responding to an accident in Gwinnett County.

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CBS46's Sharon Reed shares training journey for Peachtree Road Race

Lots of you will run in the Peachtree Road race, and so will CBS46's Sharon Reed. She's been training hard and shares her journey. 

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Pregnant teen beaten by customers over straws while working at Wendy's

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A pregnant teenager was brutally beaten by two customers while on the job this weekend over the matter of drinking straws.

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Neighbors show support for murdered mother of two children

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Ryan Prowell only met his neighbor Jenna Wall recently. He lives just down the street from where Wall was shot inside her home and has a white bow on his mailbox in support of her family.

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Man ties the knot with cellphone in Vegas chapel

Aaron Chervenak drove all the way from Los Angeles to marry the love of his life, his cellphone. (Source: KNTV/CNN) Aaron Chervenak drove all the way from Los Angeles to marry the love of his life, his cellphone. (Source: KNTV/CNN)
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If there's anywhere in the world you can marry your smartphone, it's Las Vegas.

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Georgia immigrants demand change, to protest Monday

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Protesters are expected to descend on downtown Atlanta Monday, demanding change after the recent Supreme Court decision to block President Obama's order on immigration.

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Orangeburg Co. deputy fired, accused of forcing woman into sex act Video included

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The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office has fired a deputy after allegations were lobbed at him that he forced a woman to perform a sex act on him to keep her boyfriend out of jail.

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Georgia Tech purchases buildings, land from Lockheed Martin

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According to a statement from GA Tech, the additional space for conducting and administering applied research will relieve crowding in Georgia Tech’s rapidly expanding research enterprise. 

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SWAT situation involving child ends when suspect surprises officers

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A man whose actions prompted a four-hour SWAT situation late Sunday night was taken into custody, but not by SWAT officers. It turned out, the man was not in the house that officers had surrounded.

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Free HIV testing Monday for National HIV Testing Day

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Nearly 45,000 people learn of their HIV status every year, and National HIV Testing Day is day that helps people get the facts about the disease. 

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Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion clinic regulations

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The Supreme Court has struck down Texas' widely replicated regulation of abortion clinics in the court's biggest abortion case in nearly a quarter century. 

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