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Coming up on THE News: Arson suspects in court

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Here are stories WTOC is working on: Two men accused of stealing from a Swainsboro church and then setting it on fire appeared before a judge on Monday morning. Bureau Chief Dal Cannady has the story.

A man accused in the fatal shooting of a SCAD student had a court appearance Monday. Don Logana has more details.

Education reporter Brooke Kelley talks to the Groves High School chief of school security after a student was charged with assault.

Evan Johnson reports on a man who escaped from a work-release program on Saturday.

WTOC will be livestreaming the Episcopal Ordination and Installation of Gregory John Hartmayer, OFM Conv. He will be ordained the 14th Catholic Bishop of Savannah. At 7 p.m. Monday on WTOC.com watch the Solemn Vespers service. On Tuesday at 2 p.m. on WTOC.com, watch the Mass of Episcopal Ordination and Installation.

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