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A video recap of the week's top headlines for June 25-29, 2012.
Government, Awareness, Summer
The City of Atlanta opens all swimming pools, cooling stations to help keep citizens cool. Seven pools open free to the public; fire department to provide free water at fire stations.
Georgia Emergency Management Agency offers these tips for people to be safe in the heat.
Georgia's governor says the state may delay taking any steps to comply with the Affordable Health Care Act until after the November election. Take our poll and let us what you think.
Here are a list of Cooling Centers in our area.
Sports, Awareness, Summer
A new map shows the top participating zips in Metro Atlanta. How is Southwest Atlanta represented in the 2012 Peachtree Road Race?
Patch's Top 10 Headlines Of The Day for Thursday, June 28, 2012.
Police & Fire
Lt. Payton says that crime is relatively down this summer.
Weather Channel says it'll be 102 degrees Friday in Atlanta; AccuWeather predicts 106 Saturday.
Dozens of arrests and 300 guns taken off the streets.
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