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Derreck Booth

Derreck Booth





Recent Articles by Derreck Booth

  • Iran nuclear talks near deadline; differences remain
    Negotiations over Iran's nuclear program reached a critical phase Monday with diplomats struggling to overcome substantial differences just a day before a deadline for the outline of an agreement.
  • Gov. Deal announces new program to honor Vietnam veterans
    Gov. Nathan Deal has announced a new program aimed at honoring the state's 234,000 Vietnam veterans with "certificates of honor."
  • Stocks gain on encouraging signs in spending and home sales
    U.S. stock indexes are closing higher following encouraging news on consumer spending and home sales.
  • Hall Sheriff's office clears more than 100 warrants in weeklong operation
    In an effort it dubbed Operation UR7, the Hall County Sheriff's Office, along with 13 other agencies, cleared out over 100 warrants last week.
  • Hall authorities say man stabbed his brother
    An 18-year-old man faces charges of aggravated assault for allegedly stabbing his brother early Thursday morning on Marlow Drive in Hall County.
  • Police release suspect photo/videos in Verizon store burglaries
    Gwinnett County Police went public Thursday with a suspect photo and several videos in hopes of identifying the man responsible for two cell phone store burglaries in Buford.
  • House approves Gov. Deal's 'failing schools' amendment
    The Georgia House approved Gov. Nathan Deal's plan allowing a state takeover of schools dubbed "chronically failing" on Wednesday, setting up a statewide vote in 2016.
  • U.S. stock market starts the week with a small loss
    A late turn pulled the stock market to a loss on Monday, as major indexes wavered following a strong run last week.
  • Accident involving car carrier snarls 985 traffic
    Residual traffic delays persisted into the evening following an afternoon traffic accident involving a car carrier on Interstate 985 Friday.
  • Two outdoor burns destroy two outbuildings in Hall
    Intentional outdoor burning over the noon hour Wednesday resulted in at least two building fires in Hall County, according to the fire marshal.
  • Woman killed, man injured in Lanier boat accident
    Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) officials Monday afternoon said a woman was killed and a man injured in a boat accident on Lake Lanier Sunday night.
  • Dawsonville man wins $7 million in lottery
    A Dawsonville man recently won $7 million in a Georgia Lottery instant ticket game.
  • Stocks break 3-week slump and end higher; oil price sinks
    U.S. stocks are closing higher after three straight weeks of losses.
  • Millionaire Robert Durst faces murder charge after broadcast
    Wealthy eccentric Robert Durst agreed Monday to face a murder charge in Los Angeles in the shooting 15 years ago of a mobster's daughter who vouched for him after his wife disappeared.
  • Meeting set on proposed Ga. medical marijuana legislation
    Georgia lawmakers are planning to discuss combining medical marijuana bills that have been passed by the state House and Senate.
  • DOJ wades into Ga. case about legal representation for kids
    The U.S. Department of Justice is wading into an ongoing case regarding legal representation for young people in a south Georgia judicial circuit.
  • Gainesville Police offer safe zone for E-Commerce transactions
    In response to violence and robberies related to transactions brokered online, Gainesville Police have established a Craigslist & E-Commerce Safe Zone.
  • Crossover day over, Ga lawmakers keep bills alive
    Georgia lawmakers pushed dozens of bills through the House and Senate on Friday, working into the evening to meet a deadline for keeping proposed legislation alive.
  • GOP says Obama ignores Iranian expansion to get nuclear deal
    Republicans critical of U.S.-Iran nuclear talks contend President Barack Obama is so keen for a deal that he is ignoring Tehran's moves to expand its influence across the Middle East.
  • Vanuatu residents remain in shelters after massive cyclone
    Many residents in cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu were forced to hunker a second night in emergency shelters after venturing out Saturday only to find their homes damaged or blown away, according to aid workers.
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