News for Sunday, July 4, 2010


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Tour de France tumbles through day of crashes

It was a long day at the Tour de France, where there weres several crashes

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Dutch hope to avoid past World Cup mistakes

The Dutch soccer team hopes their tendency to self-destruct doesn't come back to haunt them.

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Injured man rescued from Flint River

Emergency personnel rescue a man who suffered a leg injury at a beach on the Flint River Sunday.

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Rose barely wins AT&T National

Justin Rose grabs a close win at the AT&T National.

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Harvick gets wild win at Daytona

Kevin Harvick wins at Daytona International Speedway Saturday.

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Nadal back on top again

Rafael Nadal, who couldn't defend his title a year ago because of a knee injury, wins his second Wimbldon title easily

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Signed and sealed: Johnson staying with Hawks

As reported earlier, Joe Johnson will be staying in Atlanta, where he agreed to a max contract on Sunday.

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Family celebrates Fourth with soldier's homecoming

More than 100 family members and friends honor Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Montaveous T. Thomas returning from Iraq.Ethan Fowler, education writer

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Albany sends fireworks soaring

On Independence Day, the city of Albany lights the sky for all of Southwest Georgia to enjoy.Pete Skiba, staff writer

Police/Fire/EMS July 5, 2010

Crime, fire and EMS reports for July 5, 2010

WG&L workers: New pay study unfairly applied

Implementation of a new salary structure at Albany's utilities provider has some workers crying foul.

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Freedom Festival celebrates the Fourth of July

The sixth annual Sherwood Baptist Freedom Festival brings out community spirit to celebrate Independence Day.Pete Skiba, staff writer

Hardware store owner shot

A thief shoots the owner of P&P Hardware at about 8 a.m. Saturday and leaves without money, police say.Pete Skiba, staff writer