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Braves take the field for 1st game after GM's firing

Braves take the field for 1st game after GM's firing

Atlanta Braves host the Pittsburgh Pirates

PHOTOS: Seahawks beat Broncos 26-20 in OT

PHOTOS: Seahawks beat Broncos 26-20 in OT

The Seattle Seahawks hosted the Denver Broncos in a rematch of Super Bowl 48. The Seahawks beat the Broncos 26-20 in overtime.

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Prosecutors: Greed led to murder of Grayson teen for high-end sneakers

When Paul Sampleton Sr. discovered his 14-year-old namesake face down on the floor, not breathing, his arms bound by duct tape, he noticed something was missing: his son’s prized pair of Air Jordan sneakers, stolen from the Grayson High School freshman’s feet after he had been shot three times in the head.

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Wren fixed some things but failed in big picture

Frank Wren is out as the Braves’ general manager, not because he failed to make some nice trades, or struggled to sign good players amid budget constraints, or oversaw a minor league system that produced no talent.

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Lockout silences season

Lockout silences season

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s 70th anniversary season has been canceled through Nov. 8, the orchestra’s management announced Monday — the victim, ASO executives said, of a contract impasse.

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Star witness in Ellis trial begins testifying

1:36 p.m. — The long-awaited star witness in the public corruption trial of suspended DeKalb County Chief Executive Officer Burrell Ellis has begun his testimony that is expected to include several secretly recorded conversations.