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Dahlonega teenager dies after a fight

A teenager has died after getting into a fight at the Applebee's in Dawsonville on Sunday night. The 19-year-old has been identified as Kaleb Duckworth from Dahlonega. According to 11Alive News, a man in his 20’s has been charged with aggravated battery and assault and is in custody. On Sunday...
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"Whiskey" the horse goes missing in Cherokee County

CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. (CBS46) — The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is asking for your help in locating a horse that has gone missing from a farm. According to a Facebook post, a horse by the name of "Whiskey" got through a fence at a farm on A.J. Land Road near Union Hill Road.
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Patient arrested after firing gun at Georgia hospital staff, police say

Police arrested a patient who fired a gun at staff members of Emory Decatur (Ga.) Hospital, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. DeKalb County Police Department officers were called to the hospital about 7 a.m. July 28 after a staff member noticed the adult male patient was locked inside a hospital room with a gun, DeKalb police spokesperson Michaela Vincent said. When medical staff and hospital security entered the room, officials said the patient fired the gun at them.
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When Harbor Freight Tools in Cumming is opening

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