Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Georgia, wants the feds to prosecute Tsarnaev, a U.S. citizen, as an "enemy combatant." The controversial move might give the government more leeway in obtaining intelligence without reading the suspect his Miranda rights. (11 Alive autoplay warning.) Obtaining information might be difficult regardless. Tsarneav reportedly suffered a throat injury that will make it difficult for him to speak.
Dante Stephensen, the train-car-loving, mustachioed owner of Dante's Down the Hatch, gives an intimate look at his life and times in Atlanta. He plans to close the landmark fondue restaurant, where he also lives, at the end of July.
State food service workers protested in downtown on Saturday. They claim they were wrongly denied unemployment benefits over the summer.
A complex pilot project in southwest Georgia that, if successful, could be used as a bargaining chip in the ongoing tri-state water war with Alabama and Florida, is expected to kick off next month. Environmentalists say the controversial project could pollute groundwater and are urging lawmakers to push for conservation measures.
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"GO BRAVES! AND KEEP RIGHT ON GOING!...right outta town...."
Finally - common ground!
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