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Georgia man nearly makes the biggest mistake of his life

A north Georgia man has recovered $10,000 worth of lottery tickets he had thrown away in the trash.

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Lawsuit aims to put ‘Happy Birthday’ in the public domain

Every time you wish someone a happy birthday in the form of song, you're supposed to pay up.

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Sheriff’s office asks drug dealers to rat out their rivals

Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton says the post is funny, but the sheriff's department is not joking around.

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The $2,500 chicken leg

This chicken leg isn't for eating.

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‘Star Trek’ style elevators coming to a house near you

A futuristic elevator that fits neatly into the corner of a room and moves between floors of a standard home could present a more attractive proposition than the traditional stairlift.

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Grandma’s the get-a-way driver

It's not exactly quality time with grandma.

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WATCH: Miami Marlins play dirty

After the Washington Nationals started playing soft rock during opponent's batting practices, the Marlins decided to pay them back with some trolling in the form of fart noises.

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today in Business, News

Employers hosting job fair to fill 80 positions

Representatives from these companies will be on site and interviews are possible.

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yesterday in News, Sports

Chiefs rout Titans 34-10 in preseason game

Game called with 3 minutes, 50 seconds remaining

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Friday in Lifestyle, News

Humane Society adds to list of spay-neuter veterinary partners

Each veterinary partner’s participation enables the Humane Society to offer affordable spay-neuter surgeries to families of all income levels.

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Friday in Military, News

101st receives second highest award for Ebola mission

The 101st Airborne Division was awarded the Joint Meritorious Unit Award during a ceremony Thursday.

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Friday in News

Judge Gasaway announces retirement

Gasaway has served as a circuit court judge in the district for 25 years.