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Georgia: Jobless rate declines in metro Atlanta

Georgia Labor Commissioner Mark Butler says the preliminary unadjusted unemployment rate in the metro Atlanta area declined to 9.8 percent in March. Full story

The sex slaves next door

An insidious form of modern-day slavery is spreading across the United States – a prostitution operation that traffics in women and children from throughout Latin America, an NBC News investigation has found. Full story

Georgia Republicans to tax Girl Scout cookies

  Tracy Crump, the COO of the Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, and Tenequa Wildy, Girl Scout training coordinator and mom of two girl scouts, speak to the proposed tax on Girl Scout cookies alongside tax cuts for corporations in their state.

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Census shows more blacks moving South

Man charged over children's murders in Atlanta area

Big Mexican drug ring hit by U.S. busts

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  Megachurch pastor faces sex abuse lawsuit

Three male former members of Eddie Long’s Atlanta-based congregation are suing the self-proclaimed bishop, claiming they were pressured into sexual relationships with him. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.

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Marcie Moorer, left, whose 4-year-old son Alix Bonhomme III was killed during a storm along with his father Alix Bonhomme Jr., mourns with Rachel Battle, right, in Jackson, Ga., on Tuesday, Apr. 5, 2011. At least six people died in the South as fast-moving spring storms packing high winds, hail and

Amador Cortes-Meza house in the Atlanta area.