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PHOTOS: Family, colleagues mourn Atlanta firefighter

PHOTOS: Family, colleagues mourn Atlanta firefighter

Sgt. Frank Guinn, 36, was training for an Ironman Triathlon in New Orleans when he was struck on his bicycle and killed. Guinn, a nine-year veteran of the department, was stationed at Fire Station 21. He is survived by his wife, a Cobb County teacher, and 7-year-old triplet daughters.

Photos: Car vs. Kroger in Atlanta

Photos: Car vs. Kroger in Atlanta

A fight resulted in a vehicle driving into a southwest Atlanta grocery store, according to police

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MyAJC top 5 in Five Minutes: April 21, 2014

Photos: MyAJC's top 5 in Five Minutes — April 21, 2014

MyAJC's Top 5 in Five Minutes is The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's daily look at the top stories and upcoming events that will be the talk of the town in metro Atlanta.

Teague dominant in opener vs. Pacers

Hawks’ Teague a trouble-maker - for Pacers

Round One went to Jeff Teague. The ability of the Hawks point guard to break down a defense – and distribute or score – was one of the keys of the first-round playoff series against the Pacers.

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Back to Boston, to reclaim the finish line

The Boston Marathon, shattered by terrorist bombs a year ago, starts at 10 a.m. Monday, with 36,000 runners, plus 3,500 uniformed police and 600 National Guardsmen.

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