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Police are looking for "hot" chicken wings they say were stolen from a trucking company over the weekend. Now, investigators think someone may be selling the stolen wings door-to-door. Michelle Paynter has been following this story and she'll have the latest details.
The back to school sales tax holiday may become a thing of the past in Georgia. Lawmakers are considering getting rid of the holiday as a way to save millions of dollars in state revenue. But as Brooke Kelley found out, those who take advantage of the sales tax holiday for clothes and school supplies say getting rid of it would hurt the economy instead of help.
City of Savannah leaders met with small business owners today to discuss business development in the community. Melanie Ruberti was there and found out what area businesses are doing to adapt to the changing economy.
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