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Chrisley Knows Best

'Chrisley' renewed

Is it the man or the network who knows best? Either way, U.S.A has ordered another season. | Athens woman scores on 'Shark Tank'

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Royal expectations

Prince William, Princess Kate expecting second child in April. | Prince George visits zoo  | Royals ban: SF radio won't play Lorde song

Norman Reedus, Walking Dead

'Walking Dead' weekend

What was revealed about Gareth and crew on last night's episode? And who is Gabriel? | Walker Stalker Con:  Photos | Review

Bethenny Frankel will return to 'RHONY'

Bethenny will be back

"Real Housewives of New York" star confirms return to show for its seventh season. | Changes to Atlanta cast

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Game celebrates two years

After a slow start, 92.9/The Game has reached its second anniversary with momentum. | More Radio and TV Talk

SPORTS

TRAVEL

New ships to bring more options for cruisers

More new cruise ships — with innovative dining, expanded entertainment and high-tech gadgetry — will hit the water in coming years, a sign that the shipbuilding industry is rebounding.

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NATION & WORLD

Oscar Pistorius sentenced to 5 years in prison

Oscar Pistorius was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for killing Reeva Steenkamp by a South African judge who cited the "gross negligence" the runner showed when he shot his girlfriend multiple times through a toilet cubicle door in his home.

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BUSINESS

Wood Partners project

Construction starts on Midtown mixed-use project

Construction is underway on a $100 million residential and retail community in Midtown Atlanta. Wood Partners said Monday it has started 33 Peachtree Place, a 369-unit apartment development along West Peachtree Street near the headquarters of AGL Resources and the Midtown MARTA station.

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HEALTH

CDC revamps Ebola guidelines after criticism

Following severe criticism from politicians, pundits and health care workers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued stricter guidelines about how health care workers should protect themselves from the Ebola virus.

GA & ATLANTA

Motorist shot three times on I-85 in northeast Atlanta

A motorist was shot and wounded early Tuesday while driving along a northeast Atlanta interstate.Atlanta police dispatchers received reports about 12:30 a.

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Atlanta Sports

Mark Bradley

Mark Bradley

Mark Bradley is a sports columnist and blogger for the AJC

Jeff Schultz

Jeff Schultz

Jeff Schultz is a sports columnist and blogger for the AJC

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Michael Carvell on recruiting

College recruiting news, recruits, top high school players

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Chip Towers on UGA

Georgia Bulldog blog on football, basketball, more sports

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Ken Sugiura on Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets sports blog from The AJC

News and Topics

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News to Me / George Mathis

An informative look at interesting news breaking on the Internet.

Business beat blog

Business beat

Atlanta, GA and US business news and how it affects you

Things to Do, Celebrities

Rodney Ho / Radio & TV Talk blog

Radio & TV Talk / Rodney Ho

From Atlanta’s stations to the hottest “American Idol" news.

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

The Buzz / Jennifer Brett

Atlanta buzz about people, social life and celebrities

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Atlanta Shopping / Nedra Rhone

Find metro Atlanta deals and bargains to save you money

Melissa Ruggieri

The Music Scene / Melissa Ruggieri

Concerts, live music, Atlanta musicians and the best acts coming to town

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Atlanta Restaurant Scene / John Kessler

Best Atlanta restaurants, new places to try, recipes, Atlanta chefs and food

AJC Parenting

AJC Parenting

Raising healthy children without going insane, one blog post at a time.

Opinion

Mike Luckovich

Mike Luckovich

Today's editorial cartoon from the AJC's Pulitzer Prize winner