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Police have seized over 100 animals, including 60 dogs, from what they're calling a puppy mill at a warehouse in the Atlanta metropolitan area.

WSB-TV reports Fulton County police arrested Marcellus Alston and Monic Harrish in the Monday raid. Alston and Harrish each face 37 counts of cruelty to animals and could face other charges.

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Irma damaged nearly 1,500 utility poles and knocked down more than 2,000 trees, according to Georgia Power. So why not bury more power lines, so the lights don't go out when a tree falls nearby?

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In short: It’s really expensive, and it’s not necessarily the best solution.

“The common thought is that if we bury the lines, then when we have storms like this, then we won't have outages,” said Craig Bell, a spokesman for Georgia Power.

3 Arrested After Protests Break Out At Ga. Tech Vigil

Sep 18, 2017
Lisa Hagen / WABE

Updated at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday

Three people face charges after violent clashes with campus police at Georgia Tech following a vigil for a student fatally shot by officers, a university spokesman said Tuesday.

Police shot and killed Scout Schultz, 21, Saturday night after the fourth-year student called 911 to report an armed and possibly intoxicated suspicious person, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said.

David Goldman / Associated Press

It was a big weekend for football and soccer fans at Atlanta's new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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On Sunday night, quarterback Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons built up a big halftime lead and went on to beat the Green Bay Packers, 34-23, before a sell-out crowd in the first regular-season NFL game at their new home.

It was a rematch of last season's NFC championship game. 

David Goldman / Associated Press file

Updated at 5:29 p.m.

A Georgia Tech student who was fatally shot by campus police had called 911 to report an armed and possibly intoxicated suspicious person fitting the student's physical description.

Campus police killed Scout Schultz, 21, who they said was advancing on officers with a knife. Schultz refused to put down the knife and kept moving toward officers late Saturday, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement.