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Justice Served? Accused child abuser arrested again

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In September of 2014, Dupree was charged with child molestation, but negotiated a guilty plea for child cruelty instead. He was released on probation. And didn't have to register as a sex offender. 

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Judge rules against paper ballots in Georgia's November election

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The legal fight over Georgia's voting method in the November General Election came to a head Monday after a judge made a decision on whether voters will use paper or electronic ballots.

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Man arrested in fatal Lawrenceville crash involving U-Haul truck

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Police have arrested a man in connection to a fatal crash that claimed the life of a Gwinnett County woman on September 10. 

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Three robbed, one shot as they were leaving work in SE Atlanta

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Three employees of a southeast Atlanta restaurant were robbed as they were leaving work early Tuesday morning with one employee also sustaining a gunshot wound to the leg. 

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Buckhead apartment residents say they're being forced out, rally held

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They call a Buckhead apartment complex home but now they're being put out. Tenants of the Darlington in Buckhead rallied Monday night saying they will fight to keep their apartments. 

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Suspect, victim both shot during robbery in NW Atlanta

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The suspect and victim in a robbery in northwest Atlanta are recovering after both were allegedly shot by each other early Tuesday morning.

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Katt Williams says husband of radio personality pointed gun at him after interview

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Comedian Katt Williams says the husband of popular Atlanta radio personality Wanda Smith-Sellers approached him and pointed a gun in his face after Williams' appearance with her on an Atlanta radio station.

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Sandy Springs community purchases security cameras after death of neighbor

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After a 71-year-old woman was murdered in her home, her Sandy Springs community is taking a step to protect their neighborhood. 

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South Fulton to businesses: Spread human trafficking awareness or pay $500 fine

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Metro Atlanta makes a lot of top ten lists for good reasons, but there's one we're on every year that we wish we weren't: The list of regions with the highest rate of human trafficking.

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Elderly woman receives $27,000 water bill

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On Bernice Street in Atlanta, 91-year-old Ruth Starks is in need of some help.   

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Suspect steals money from children's hospital donation bucket

(Source: Fayetteville Police Department) (Source: Fayetteville Police Department)
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Fayetteville Police are searching for a man suspected of stealing $250 from the Children's Miracle Network.

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CBS46 account executive honored by the Braves as a “Community Hero”

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CBS46 account executive John W. Hollins Jr. was recognized by the Braves as a community hero for his work with inner city youth and baseball. 

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High school student make threat on Snapchat, facing charge of disrupting a public school

(Source: Joshua Leonard Zelonka) (Source: Joshua Leonard Zelonka)
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A Suwanee teenager is in jail after authorities became aware of a threat that alerted students at Lambert High School.

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Crews begin restoring hot water to residents at Cobb Co. apartment complex

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After two weeks without hot water, residents at The District at Vinings are finally having seeing progress.

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Police searching for felon who left transitional facility in Atlanta

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Kevin Meeks was last seen wearing civilian clothing when he left the facility located in the 300 block of Ponce De Leon Ave NE.

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Vote on Gulch development proposals will have to wait according to Atlanta Mayor

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says she will not push for a vote on a deal to re-develop "The Gulch."

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Body of missing boy swept away by flood waters found Monday morning

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Rescue crews have found the body of a missing infant believed to have been swept away by flood waters after Tropical Storm Florence ripped up the Atlantic Coast.

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Man sentenced to life in fatal shooting at Cobb County gas station in 2017

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A Thomaston man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after he was found guilty of murder in a fatal shooting at a Cobb County gas station in May of 2017. 

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