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Katie Crumley

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Recent Articles by Katie Crumley

  • Gainesville business catches fire
    Gainesville firefighters responded to a fire at a Indalex on Oakwood Road near Mountain View Road Thursday afternoon.
  • Stocks end mixed after Chrysler bankruptcy news
    Chrysler's bankruptcy put only a small dent in Wall Street's rally.
  • House passes credit card bill that helps consumers
    Riding a crest of populist anger, the House on Thursday approved a bill to restrict credit card practices and eliminate sudden increases in interest rates and late fees that have entangled millions of consumers.
  • Assessing Deal's chances
    Emory University political science professor Alan Abramowitz says its hard to predict how 9th District Congressman Nathan Deal would fair in next year's gubernatorial race.
  • Major Mexican drug trafficking operation busted
    Over a ton of drugs and more than 20 assault rifles were seized from a major Mexican drug trafficking operation in raids by federal, state and local law enforcement in metro Atlanta, authorities said Wednesday.
  • Jackson Co. firefighters battle two separate fires
    Jackson County firefighters kept busy Wednesday afternoon battling a duo of fires in the county.
  • Official predicts swine flu deaths in Ga.
    A top state health officials says the swine flu outbreak will almost certainly strike in Georgia and could likely lead to deaths here.
  • Stocks end higher as Fed sees recession easing
    The Fed is confirming what Wall Street has already concluded: The recession is starting to ease.
  • Hoschton Police Chief takes job with Jefferson PD
    Hoscton Police Chief Dave Hill has resigned to take a position with the Jefferson Police Department.
  • Hall Co. schools sends letter to parents about swine flu
    As concerns continue to mount about swine flu cases in the U.S. and elsewhere, the Hall County School System sent a letter to parents Wednesday with more information about the outbreak.
  • Local students participate in Junior Gardeners Day
    Elementary school students from four schools in Gainesville and Hall County received a lesson in gardening Wednesday morning during Junior Master Gardener's Day sponsored by Hall County Master Gardeners.
  • Hall Co. Boys and Girls Clubs to receive $100,000 grant
    The Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County will receive a $100,000 field development grant from the Atlanta Falcons as part of the National Football League Grassroots Program.
  • Jump in consumer confidence pulls stocks from lows
    Investors set aside some of their worries about the economy after a closely watched measure of consumer confidence soared in April.
  • Man clings to back of truck as Ga. police chase it
    Police say they've arrested a man who stole a trailerless semi and led them on a 50-mile chase down a Georgia interstate with the semi's owner clinging to the back.
  • Seven arrested in $500K drug deal
    Agents with the Gainesville-Hall County Gang Task Force and Multi Agency Narcotics Squad arrested seven men Monday in connection with an estimated $500,000 drug deal.
  • Sex offender registers bogus address in Forsyth Co.
    The Forsyth County Sheriff's Office is seeking a convicted sex offender who gave authorities a bogus registration address.
  • Specter says he's switching from GOP to Dems
    Veteran Republican Sen. Arlen Specter disclosed plans Tuesday to switch parties, a move intended to boost his chances of winning re-election next year that will also push Democrats closer to a 60-vote filibuster-resistant majority.
  • Authorities search for motive in Georgia slayings
    The manhunt for a University of Georgia professor suspected of killing his wife and two other men widened as the campus prepared to remember the victims at a Tuesday night vigil.
  • Sources say Deal considers run for governor
    U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal is taking steps to explore a bid for the governor's post in 2010, according to sources close to the congressman.
  • Investors are cautious as swine flu cases increase
    The swine flu has given Wall Street a reason to turn cautious.
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