Monday, March 31, 2008

Morning headlines

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PITCH IMPERFECT: Bush throws "high heat"; Hudson dominates but Moylan gives up walk-off homer in the ninth as Braves lose season opener in Washington's new Nationals Park.

TRAILING OFF: Alabama footpath now connects to southern terminus of Appalachian Trail in Dawson County; Congress could officially designate it as the new ending point of the 2,500-mile trail.

COYOTES: Two caught in DeKalb after killing cats.

ISAIAH RIDER: Former Hawk charged with car theft.

R.E.M.: Has new album, midlife crisis.

PANEL DISCUSSION: Former DA challenges constitutionality of judicial review panels, which reconsider and sometimes reduce prison sentences.

SINO THE TIMES: Perdue takes inaugural Atlanta-to-Shanghai flight to promote Georgia in China.

NOW MUSEUM: Now you don't. Georgia Museum of Natural History is given a 44-acre archaeological site, which includes Indian mounds and artifacts, but the nine-year-old museum still doesn't have an exhibition space. Its collections are stored in various buildings around Athens, where it's based.

WRESTLEMANIA: Simulated mania becomes genuine mania for fans in Orlando.

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