News for Sunday, April 25, 2010


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Georgia teen Oudin loses her Fed Cup match, but U.S. women advance as team to final vs. Italy

The women's Fed Cup team blazes to the finals Sunday after dispatching of Russia in Birmingham, Ala.

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Embattled South African track star starts a sports academy, mulls her future

As she awaits official word on her gender test -- and permission to return to racing --- South African track star Caster Semenya focuses on her sports academy in her homeland.

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NHL PLAYOFF ROUNDUP: Phoenix, Detroit will go to Game 7

The Coyotes and Red Wings will go play a Game 7 after Phoenix posts a 5-2 win against Detroit on Sunday night.

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GOLF ROUNDUP: Bohn wins Zurich Classic; Porter wins Nationwide event in Valdosta

Jason Bohn says he putted on 18 with tears in his eyes Sunday for his second career PGA Tour win at the Zurich Classic.

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Harvick nips McMurray for closest finish since 1993; Keselowski wins Nationwide race

In what other drivers were describing as an unbelieveable move, Kevin Harvick beats Jamie McMurray by the smallest margin of victory in 17 years on Sunday in Talladega.

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Murrell, Spannuth win Four-Ball title; Albany duo finishes tied for 9th

Albany's Craig Taylor and Spencer Davis have a rough final round Sunday of the 39th annual Georgia Four-Ball Championship at Doublegate as Wes Spannuth of Brunswick and Corey Murrell of Kingsland take the crown.

City to screen for lead exposure

The federal government requires municipalities to remove lead from houses if it is detected during the rehabilitation process, officials say.- J.D. Sumner, government writer

Neonatal assessment specialist visits Phoebe

NOMAS (Neonatal Oral-Motor Assessment Scale) was developed in 1983.- Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer

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Cemetery flags help honor local Confederate soldiers

A member of the local Sons of Confederate Veterans camp honors local veterans of the Civil War with miniature flags.

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Juveniles in custody after fights follow party

Five juveniles taken into custody remain with their parents after a melee following a block party.- Pete Skiba, staff writer

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Church tutoring program continues to thrive

Covenant Presbyterian Church hosts graduation for Magnolia Elementary students who were mentored by church members.