News for Monday, May 2, 2011

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EEOC denies attorney's claim

Kathy Strang filed a complaint against Albany City Attorney Nathan Davis after being dismissed from her position.

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Pakistan's president denies harboring bin Laden

Pakistan's leader denied suggestions that his country's security forces sheltered Osama bin Laden.

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Storm damage cost estimate: $75 million and rising

The deadly storms and tornadoes that ripped through Georgia last week caused at least $75 million in insured losses.

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Monroe's Burks signs with GSW

Monroe's Jessica Burks, who was a defensive stopper on the basketball court with a 3.89 GPA, signs an athletic/academic scholarship to GSW.

Albany police respond to aggravated assaults

One incident that occurred late Saturday in Albany involved a burglary with shots fired.- Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer

Accident turns fatal for teenager

A car crash just north of the Dougherty-Lee County line held up traffic Sunday evening.- Jennifer Maddox Parks, staff writer

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Most think action was long overdue

Area residents see the demise of al-Qaida's leader as retribution for the 9-11 terorist attacks in America.Terry Lewis, staff writer

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MCLB security heightened

Officials at an Albany Marine installation say there has been no direct threat made to the base.J.D. Sumner, government writer

Coats & Clark plans to rent part of MacGregor facility

Rent of a vacant industrial site will help offset one of the loans the Payroll Development Authority is repaying on the property.J.D. Sumner, government writer

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DNA, wife used to identify Bin Laden's body (Updated 2:33 p.m.)

The remains of Osama bin Laden were buried at sea following traditional Islamic rites, officials say.

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Coats & Clark to rent part of MacGregor facility

A sprinkler head has broken and damaged some of the product at the Coats & Clark manufacturing facility, officials say.

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