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Lawmakers react to US Supreme Court's ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on President Barack Obama's Affordable Health Care Act and several lawmakers and local agencies are weighing in. Melanie Ruberti talked to the President and CEO of St. Joseph's/Candler Health System Paul Hinchey about the ruling.

A heat wave is set to roll into the Coastal Empire and Lowcountry. Dal Cannady has details.

The Savannah City Council is considering a change in the speed limit on Highland Avenue. Sharisse Thompson reports.

The Georgia Ports Authority and U.S. Customs and Border Protection unveiled their new and improved site during contract signing. Lynda Figueredo explains how this agreement will streamline enforcement.

Watch What's Growing in Georgia this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. on WTOC-TV. We'll take you to the Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens, Hunter Cattle, and the onion research facility in Lyons - a focus on innovation in Georgia's $70 billion ag industry.

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  • Bulloch County vandals face felony charges

    Bulloch County vandals face felony charges

    Friday, January 19 2018 7:09 PM EST2018-01-20 00:09:24 GMT
    (Source: WTOC)(Source: WTOC)

    A few minutes of vandalism have two young people in trouble with the law after someone destroyed several mannequins and an inflatable at TMT Farms annual Christmas lights display

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    A few minutes of vandalism have two young people in trouble with the law after someone destroyed several mannequins and an inflatable at TMT Farms annual Christmas lights display

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  • Chatham County asks sheriff's office for help as demerger looms

    Chatham County asks sheriff's office for help as demerger looms

    Friday, January 19 2018 6:52 PM EST2018-01-19 23:52:31 GMT
    (Source: WTOC)(Source: WTOC)

    Chatham County leaders have decided against using the city of Savannah for police services in the unincorporated part of the county after February 1st. 

    Instead, they're asking the sheriff for help in a last-ditch effort to patrol that area. The sheriff says this is the first time they've asked for his help in the whole demerger process. 

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    Chatham County leaders have decided against using the city of Savannah for police services in the unincorporated part of the county after February 1st. 

    Instead, they're asking the sheriff for help in a last-ditch effort to patrol that area. The sheriff says this is the first time they've asked for his help in the whole demerger process. 

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  • Good News: McCoy Park dedication

    Good News: McCoy Park dedication

    Friday, January 19 2018 6:37 PM EST2018-01-19 23:37:06 GMT
    (Source: WTOC)(Source: WTOC)

    There was really no other name that would do for the park that was re-dedicated in the Marsh Bluff/Runaway Point community on Friday.

    Neighborhood leaders and members of the community gathered at what is now known as Retha Mae McCoy Community Park renamed for the woman who worked for nearly three decades to get children in the Runaway Point Community a place to play. 

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    There was really no other name that would do for the park that was re-dedicated in the Marsh Bluff/Runaway Point community on Friday.

    Neighborhood leaders and members of the community gathered at what is now known as Retha Mae McCoy Community Park renamed for the woman who worked for nearly three decades to get children in the Runaway Point Community a place to play. 

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