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Cops: 2 teenage girls shot at DeKalb park party

Nearly 1,000 people gathered at park for late-night unauthorized party, according to Channel 2 Action News.

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'Hurricane' Carter dies

Boxer imprisoned for 3 murders he didn't commit betrayed little bittterness after exoneration. | Photos:  A look back

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'RHOA' reunion drama

Find out how the brawl between Porsha and Kenya on last night's "Housewives" went down. | Is Kenya broke? | Listen:  Kenya's 911 call

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Photos: Weekend events

Atlantans stayed busy at the Sweetwater Festival, Running of the Atlanta Steeplechase, and more. | Access Atlanta

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Country singer dies at 43

Kevin Sharp, best known for the hit "Nobody Knows,' died after a well-publicized battle with cancer. | Photos:  Notable deaths 2014

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'Devious Maids' returns

The Atlanta-shot TV show continues its snarky, and often hilarious ways in its second-season debut.  | Star gives sneak peekMore Radio & TV Talk

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Spring Dining Guide

AJC food writer John Kessler takes a look at the 25 new classic dishes around Atlanta. | Photos | Readers favorites | Questions?



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Eat, drink, sleep and be merry at the Epicurean Hotel

At the Epicurean Theatre, a culinary classroom at Tampa’s Epicurean Hotel that opened last December, a bevy of 30-something women stifle school-girl giggles and settle in for “A Case of the Mondays,” a wine tasting course that focuses on Washington State wines.

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After bombs, Boston Marathon under tight security

One year after a pair of homemade pressure-cooker bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, runners started filtering in Monday morning as the sun rose over the center of Hopkinton, where the race starts.

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Three finalists picked for Hartsfield-Jackson airport manager

Three finalists have been selected for general manager of the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, one of the highest profile positions in city of Atlanta government.

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Powdered alcohol gets thumbs-up from U.S. regulators

The same government that won't let us have commercial drones or home DNA testing kits has made yet another brilliant regulatory decision.

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