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Katie Crumley

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Recent Articles by Katie Crumley

  • Biggest jobless jump since '86; Wall St. tumbles
    Pink slips piled up and jobs disappeared into thin air in May as the nation's unemployment rate zoomed to 5.5 percent in the biggest one-month jump in decades. Wall Street swooned, and the White House said President Bush was considering new proposals to revive the economy.
  • Hilton transferred to Florida to face murder charge
    The man who confessed to killing a Georgia hiker after abducting her on New Year's Day has been turned over to Florida officials to face a murder charge in that state.
  • Economic impact of two Gainesville colleges totals $270M
    The economic impact of the two institutions of higher learning in Gainesville on the state of Georgia is at least $270 million.
  • One person injured in mobile home fire
    One person was flown to Grady Memorial Hospital after receiving second to third degree burns in a Hall County mobile home fire Thursday.
  • Florida lawmakers blast Georgia's water management
    Florida lawmakers are accusing Georgia of negligence in managing its water. And they are calling on the federal government to intervene to prevent further damage downstream in Florida's Apalachicola Bay.
  • Sewage spills into Gainesville creek
    Roughly 70,000 gallons of wastewater spilled into the ground and a nearby creek in Gainesville Wednesday.
  • German billionaire killed in boating accident on Lake Rabun
    Authorities are investigating the death of a German billionaire who was killed when he was struck by a boat on a northeast Georgia lake.
  • GSC administrator finalist for Middle Georgia College president
    Middle Georgia College in Cochran has narrowed its search for a new president to two candidates, and one of them is from Gainesville State College.
  • Report: Ga. ranks among worst for graduation rates
    Georgia remains among the worst in the nation for its high school graduation rate, despite some improvement.
  • Local teacher's son wounded in Afghanistan
    According to reports, the son of a Myers Elementary School teacher was wounded Thursday while serving in Afghanistan.
  • Ga. drought could grow worse
    Georgia's drought could get even worse before it gets better. That was the verdict from state climatologist David Stooksbury, who warned Tuesday that conditions are expected to worsen in the coming months.
  • Northeast Georgia Health System names Jill Hall as Director of Business Services
    Northeast Georgia Health System (NGHS) announced that Jill Hall has been named Director of Business Services.
  • AP tally: Obama clinches Democratic nomination
    Barack Obama effectively clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday after a grueling marathon, based on an Associated Press tally of convention delegates, becoming the first black candidate ever to lead his party into a fall campaign for the White House.
  • More water to be kept in Lake Lanier
    Lake Lanier will get to keep more of its water thanks to a new plan by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
  • Officials say Fla., Mich. delegates will get half-votes
    Democratic Party officials agreed Saturday to seat Michigan and Florida delegates with half-votes, ruling on a long-running dispute that has threatened the party's chances in November and maintaining Barack Obama's front-runner status as he moves closer to the nomination.
  • Ga. tornado victims get $600K in federal disaster assistance
    Georgia residents affected by tornadoes that tore through the state earlier this month have been approved for more than $600,000 in federal disaster aid.
  • Speed tables, raised crosswalks designed to make roads safer
    Pedestrian crosswalks in Gainesville are taking on a new look in some places - part of an attempt to make them safer and also reduce speeding.
  • Jackson Co. intersection to close for 3-4 months
    The Georgia Department of Transportation announces the start of an intersection improvement project at State Route 15 Alternate and Apple Valley Road in Jackson County, which will necessitate the closing of the intersection for several weeks.
  • Seniors show off their skills at Olympic Day
    They may not be headed for Beijing, but some local senior citizens still got into the Olympics spirit Friday.
  • Going 'beyond the call of duty'
    When a law enforcement officer responds to a call, it's not always routine. Such was the case early Thursday morning when Hall County deputies responded to a call about a missing 4-year-old girl, who is blind.
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