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Calif. residents view devastation
Cold weather headed our way
The high today with be 43, with winds gusting up to 30 mph. Temperatures are expected to dip to a low of 25 overnight into Wednesday morning, which would beat the record lows for both days. Highs will return to the low 50s by Wednesday.
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Beer delivery driver shot dead
The driver, whose name was not immediately made public, was fatally shot after getting into a fight with another man outside a convenience store near Oakland Cemetery. He died later at Grady Memorial Hospital from a single gunshot wound to the stomach, police said.
Man charged in toddler's death

Bill Clinton to visit ATL for Jim Martin
The former president will return to Atlanta on Wednesday for a rally at Clark Atlanta University for Martin, who seeks to upset incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss. And veteran Democratic consultant Donna Brazile will be advising Martin's campaign.
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CEO-elect fires back at Vernon Jones
Jones told his successor, Burrell Ellis last week that he was cutting off the transition team"s interviews with county staff and canceling the contract of the consultant whom commissioners approved to manage the volunteers. "The CEO does not have unilateral authority to cancel these contracts," Ellis said Monday.

Taco Mac spreads its wings
Started in 1979 as a dive bar and wings restaurant, Taco Mac has expanded to become a major player in the Atlanta casual dining market. As Taco Mac grows, company execs walk a line between preserving an Atlanta fixture and opening some of the area's most modern sports restaurants and bars.

Age limit debated on Neb. safe-haven law
Since September, 34 children, including a metro Atlanta boy, have been left at Nebraska hospitals. Lawmakers are now proposing lowering the age limit from 17 down to 30 days for children who may be legally abandoned under the state's safe haven law.

Withheld evidence frees Texas man jailed for life
Antone Lynelle Johnson, 31, was sentenced to life in prison in 1996 for having sex with a 13-year-old when he was 17 and on probation for a prior assault. Prosecutors withheld evidence that would have raised doubts in both cases.

Residents pull keepsakes from Calif. fire wreckage
Three fires in Southern California have destroyed nearly 1,000 homes and apartments and burned 42,000 acres, or 65 square miles, forcing thousands of residents to flee. Hundreds of others were expected to return to their neighborhoods and see the devastation for themselves.

Woman loses $400,000 in Nigerian e-mail scam
Janella Spears of Sweet Home, Ore., says she simply became curious when she received an e-mail promising her $20.5 million if she would only help out a long-lost relative of hers, identified as J.B. Spears, with a little money up front.

Man who wanted virgin wife can't get annulment
A French appeals court reinstated the marriage of a Muslim man who had sought an annulment because his bride lied about being a virgin. The controversial case pitted France's secular values against the traditions of its growing immigrant communities.

McReady not proud of ties to Clemens
Country singer Mindy McCready claims in a TV interview that she broke off her relationship with Roger Clemens when the former baseball star wouldn't marry her.

Loyola-Chicago crushes UGA by 21 points
Instead of facing No. 11 Purdue today for a chance to reach the semifinals at Madison Square Garden, Georgia (1-1) will have to settle for a matchup with Eastern Michigan in a consolation game.
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