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4 hospitalized, hundreds evacuated after chemical leak in Cherokee County

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  • Body found near Butts County subdivision

  • Hoverboard ignites apartment fire

  • Victims in Maryland warehouse shooting ID'd

    Police barricade the entrance to a Rite Aid Distribution Center, where multiple people were killed and injured in a shooting on September 20, 2018 in Aberdeen, Maryland. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
    Police barricade the entrance to a Rite Aid Distribution Center, where multiple people were killed and injured in a shooting on September 20, 2018 in Aberdeen, Maryland. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)
  • Man critically injured in shooting in DeKalb Co.

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  • Rivals for Georgia governor clash on 'religious freedom' law

  • 4 hospitalized, hundreds evacuated after chemical leak in Cherokee County

  • Body found near Butts County subdivision

  • Commerce special needs student named honorary homecoming queen

  • Man critically injured in shooting in DeKalb County

FOX 5 I-Team

  • Judge sets date for new election in north Georgia house race

  • Attorney accused of being 'woefully unprepared' for double murder case

  • Budgeting is important if you live paycheck to paycheck

  • State Representative wants new election after voters given wrong ballots

Good Day Atlanta

  • PGA TOUR outfitting Wounded Warriors with one-of-a-kind golf clubs

  • Drew Charter senior learns life lessons from golf

  • Southside gears up for 'Spin the District'

  • Diabetic pets get new lease on life with UGA developed monitoring system

  • High schools raise money for Marietta teacher, baby

FOX Medical Team

  • How teamwork through soccer is helping men lower diabetes risk

  • Georgia retirement community offers innovative approach to memory care

  • Hidden ingredient in artificial nails can cause allergic reactions, other problems

  • Georgia nurse takes on new job helping her 3-year old face cancer

National News

  • Obama to stump for Democrats in Philly rally Friday

  • Mother, 13-year-old daughter killed in Johnson County fire

  • Officer Garrett Hull laid to rest in Fort Worth

  • UC Berkeley 'Safety Specialist' arrested in NorCal rapist case due to DNA evidence

Sports

  • Texas Rangers fire manager Jeff Banister

  • Cleveland cops joke after Bud Light is awarded to Browns fans following team's first win

  • PGA TOUR outfitting Wounded Warriors with one-of-a-kind golf clubs

  • Won, won and won! Browns beat Jets for first win since 2016

  • Braves top Phillies 8-3, move closer to clinching division

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