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The Sunrise Report: Today’s top news stories

The Sunrise Report: Today’s top news stories

Today is Friday, December 18. That means we are just one week until Christmas. Speaking of Christmas, the forecast shows a small chance of snow on Christmas Day. It is too early to get your hopes up, but it is also 2020 -- which means maybe we should expect a Christmas Day blizzard. Here are today's top headlines. The News: Gov. Brian Kemp is promising to supply more staff to strained hospitals.The Home Depot was smacked with a record fine for lead paint violations. The Atlanta-based retailer will pay $20 million.A SWAT team shot and killed a Smyrna man while…
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Mike Pence will be in Georgia today

Mike Pence will be in Georgia today

Vice President Mike Pence will make his way to Georgia today to speak at a campaign rally for Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. The rally comes just a day after a poll showing that republicans hold a narrow lead in the Senate race and three days after the Electoral College confirmed Joe Biden as President-Elect. The rally will be held in Macon. For those living and working in Macon, traffic will be affected from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. The Bibb County Sheriff's Office is urging motorists to avoid Industrial Park Drive to alleviate the impact of traffic on…
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The Sunrise Report: Giuliani comes to Georgia

The Sunrise Report: Giuliani comes to Georgia

We made it to another Friday, folks. Here's what's going on. Yesterday's News: Rudy Giuliani was in Georgia yesterday to talk to a state senate panel about voter fraud. Giuliani and his team urged the legislators to override the Nov. 3 vote and instead send a slate of electors to the Electoral College to vote for Donald Trump.In other election news -- this time about the Jan. 5 runoff -- Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is investigating a Florida attorney who encouraged people to move to Georgia just to vote in the runoff.A 57-year-old Hart County man was charged…
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Pence visits Georgia in campaign to save senate seats

Pence visits Georgia in campaign to save senate seats

Vice President Mike Pence swung through North Georgia Friday to boost the runoff campaigns for the state’s two Republican senators as they battle strong Democratic contenders for control of the U.S. Senate. Pence’s rally stops in Cherokee and Hall counties came as Georgia’s presidential election results were set to be certified Friday afternoon, confirming President-elect Joe Biden’s win in the state over President Donald Trump. The vice president made it plain that with Biden’s win and U.S. House Democrats retaining their majority, Georgia Republican voters will need to hand GOP Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler victories in the Jan.…
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