News for Sunday, June 3, 2012


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Bonnie and Clyde still not easy to find

There is much to see and explore in Texas’s most famous city. Houston and San Antonio, even Austin, might take exception to that, but Dallas, if you count the Metroplex, is the most populous in the state, with the most recent head count standing at 6,371,773. Houston’s population is 6,086,538.

Squawk of the day - June 4, 2012

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Popular vendor taken out of ballparks

After more than twenty years, the "Peanut Lady" is no longer allowed to sell her wares in Valdosta's ballparks.

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Diabetes epidemic reversible, experts say

A recent study shows nearly one in four teens with diabetes or prediabetes, but the trend can be turned around.

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Transit of Venus occurs this week

After this week, the next transit of Venus is not expected until 2117, a website dedicated to the event indicates.

Wyatt Griffin

Gary Wyatt Griffin, 25, of Blakely died on June 2, 2012

Alysha Marie Askew and J. T. Kimsey, Jr.

Vows to be exchanged

James Brown

James Samuel "Sam" Brown, 78, of Dawson died on June 2, 201

Coleman and Scanling

Charlotte and Tommy

Barker and Hathorn

Dr. and Mrs. Barry

Taylor and Stamper

Bridgert Bernadette

Eslinger and Duggan

Joanne Michelle Eslinger


Joanne Michelle Eslinger

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Knoxville knockout

The Panthers hang on to beat lowly Knoxville, 74-64, to win the home field in the first round of the playoffs.