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Choirs wow Philips crowd.

Mother, child are struck by motorist
A mother and her 4-year-old child are recovering at area hospitals after they were struck by a motorist Sunday night in Cobb County, authorities said.

Nichols' life-or-death fate rests with jurors
Fulton jurors return today to start hearing testimony about whether convicted courthouse killer should be executed for his crimes.

Need help with your heating bills?
Energy-assistance groups in Georgia are bracing for requests for help from financially stressed families. Fortunately for them, they'll soon be receiving a windfall from a deal struck between the state Public Service Commission and Georgia Natural Gas.

Rediscovered Clayton graves may be moved
The Clayton County Commission is expected to issue a permit for an archaeologist to relocate 311 abandoned African-American graves from a quarry near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Housing aid program raises hopes, questions
Government officials and housing organizations in Georgia will have $153 million to spend under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, part of the federal $700 billion bailout of the banking system.

Three teenagers shot to death in two incidents
No arrests have been made in either shooting. Two died in a vehicle traveling on I-85; the other incident occurred at a nightclub parking lot.

Obama to get his first look at Oval Office
In a sit-down discussion today with President Bush, the president-elect will get his first feel for the place where momentous decisions will soon fall to him.
In churches, prayers for the president-elect
Will president-elect stump for Jim Martin?
Obama a pretty good basketball player
Obama special section | • Commemorative T-shirt

Church choir brings Philips crowd to feet
A choir from Lithia Springs finished among the three finalists in the Verizon Wireless "How Sweet the Sound" competition. • Photos
Tina Turner concert | • Chomp and Stomp Festival

Where you can salute veterans on Tuesday
Local events include ceremonies and parades.

Turner dishes on Jane Fonda in new book
Ted Turner's 433-page book "Call Me Ted" reviews his loquacious, multi-pronged rise as yachtsman, baseball team owner, cable visionary and philanthropist.

'Madagascar' roars with $63.5 million weekend
Families herded into movie theaters for another trek with stranded zoo animals as the animated sequel "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" led the box office.

Falcons rookie Ryan outguns NFL's top passer
Photos: Game | View from above | • Coach Smith's analysis

Richt's analysis of win over Kentucky
UGA rises in BCS | • Tech: More to play for
Hawks rally to beat Thunder, stay unbeaten
O'Brien feels refreshed as Peavy watch continues

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