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Triple A says the decline is expected to continue through the end of the year.
Statistics show that 400 new jobs were created in the Rome area in September.
Tornado watch remains in effect until 11 a.m. for much of Northwest Georgia.
Some areas in the Southeast already seeing gas prices below $3.
Number of students scoring 3-5 up 9.6 percent, participation up 8 percent, according state education officials.
Prices are expected to continue to decline but were stagnant this week as refineries completed maintenance.
22-year-old man is jailed in connection with incident in Acworth on Saturday morning.
The deceased man has not been identified; the driver is charged with DUI.
Georgia Highlands College Information Security is partnering with Northwest Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center to host a special presentation by a cyber security expert.
Branden Lee Salas is facing several charges and is in the Bartow County Jail.
Cartersville police say Oliver Dwayne Hutchins is still in critical condition this morning.
Life sentences were handed down Tuesday in Bartow County Superior Court for two people accused of killing their former roommate in March 2013.
A federal judge has ruled the case against three Rome men accused of conspiracy to possess firearms and explosions ready for trial.
In accordance with the University System of Georgias new policy regarding the use of tobacco products on its campuses, Georgia Highlands College broadened its existing prohibitive policy.
Refinery outages halt a steady decline in prices