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Teen last seen leaving school a week ago reported missing; Deputies release persons of interest photos

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — Authorities in Douglas County need help finding a missing 16-year-old, who was last seen leaving Alexander High School last week. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said Angel Morrison was seen on Monday, Oct. 19, wearing blue joggers and a gray breast cancer awareness hoodie. The sheriff’s office posted fliers on its Facebook page, with Morrison’s photo along with the photos of two persons of interest.  They also have a photo of a silver four-door vehicle that they are also asking the public to look out for. Anyone who sees Morrison or recognizes the persons of interest is asked to […]Read full article >
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MARTA provides access to COVID-19 testing near stations in Fulton, DeKalb

Free testing will take place near the Brookhaven and State Farm Arena MARTA stations. ATLANTA — MARTA is making it easy for those looking to get tested for COVID-19 near stations in Fulton and DeKalb counties, they announced on Monday. Testing will take place outside the Brookhaven Station on the Gold Line and GWCC/CNN Station on the Blue/Green Lines, they said. “As COVID cases continue to rise in Georgia, we want to make sure MARTA customers and residents who live near our rail stations have access to quick, free testing,” said MARTA General Manager and CEO Jeffrey Parker. Beginning Thursday, testing will be […]Read full article >
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Can-A-Thon Share now on social media. Help spread the word by downloading and sharing our social images. Author: 11Alive Staff, Miriam Asfour Published: 3:30 PM EDT October 26, 2020 Updated: 3:37 PM EDT October 26, 2020 Help spread the word and download social media shareables here. […]Read full article >
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Coronavirus in Georgia | Latest data for Monday, Oct. 26

Here’s the latest COVID-19 case, death and hospitalization data from the state. ATLANTA — We’re breaking down the trends and relaying information from across the state of Georgia as it comes in, bringing perspective to the data and context to the trends. Visit the 11Alive coronavirus page for comprehensive coverage, find out what you need to know about Georgia specifically, learn more about the symptoms, and keep tabs on the cases around the world. State and federal officials with the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are continually monitoring the spread of the virus. They are also working […]Read full article >

Puppies celebrate opening of shark exhibit at Georgia Aquarium

The Humane Society brought six puppies – Aladdin, Alexis, Amy, Anastasia, Augie and Aurora – dressed in shark Halloween costumes. ATLANTA — Who doesn’t love a cute puppy? What about a puppy in a shark costume? Or a cute puppy in a shark costume at the Georgia Aquarium? The aquarium and Atlanta Humane Society teamed up again so their furry friends could get a sneak peek of the newly opened SHARKS! Predators of the Deep gallery.  The Humane Society brought six puppies – Aladdin, Alexis, Amy, Anastasia, Augie and Aurora – dressed in shark Halloween costumes. At the new exhibit, sharks are featured […]Read full article >
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Expect long lines during last week of early voting in Georgia, officials warn

Georgians have already cast 2.8 million ballots during the early voting period. ATLANTA — Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger addressed voter concerns during the last week of early voting in the Peach State. He held a press conference Monday, saying election security and ballot integrity were paramount in this election. “We expect even more higher turnout than we’ve seen so far,” Raffensperger said. “With that, there may be lines. Expect lines, long lines.” The secretary of state said Georgians have already cast 2.8 million ballots during the early voting period. That number is more than […]Read full article >