Jury to start deliberating loud music killing case
09:20 AM, Wednesday, October 01
A jury in Jacksonville will begin deciding the fate of a white man who fatally shot a black Marietta teenager after an argument over loud music outside a convenience store.

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$1.1M expansion now underway for Southern Museum
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Former city workers sentenced for fraud
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Kick off Relay for Life season on Tuesday
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Windy Hill improvement groundbreaking set for Oct. 20
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Recognizing student veterans: Southern Polytechnic awards ...
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Smyrna takes lead in August housing starts
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Committee OKs same company to manage city golf course
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Rep. Tom Price urges vote for Perdue
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