Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Morning headlines

Posted By on Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 3:42 PM

PENNSYLVANIANS: Vote today to determine which candidate's cable-news-fueled faux controversies have most distracted them.

COMIC RELEAF: Hagar the Horrible, Snuffy Smith and 43 other comic strips unite for Earth Day-themed strips today.

STUNNING: Byron, Ga.-based company indicted for allegedly relabeling and selling faulty stun grenades to the FBI.

TESLER TRIAL: Judge closes jury selection to media and public, sans explanation.

REVOLTING DEVELOPMENT: Hall County would like the drought to end so it can start sprawling again.

SMOLTZ: Four strikeouts away from No. 3,000; could get it tonight in Atlanta.

ANDRUW JONES: Flailing.

PANS: Being handled more often in Atlanta, according to ACVB study.

KEEP ON TRUCKIN': Truck crashes into bank branch in Gainesville. And in case you can't quite picture what this looked like from the driver's point of view, AccessNorthGa has you covered.

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