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Tokyo, 57 years later: How have the city and the Olympic Games changed? via @WSAV 

Athletes focus on Tokyo Games while avoiding shadow of COVID-19 via @WSAV 

Russians win gymnastics gold after Biles exit

'Too close for comfort,' Increase in wild fox sightings for SC neighborhood via @WSAV 

Georgia man pleading guilty to 4 of 8 massage spa killings via @WSAV 

LIVE: Police who defended US Capitol to testify at Jan. 6 riot probe's first hearing via @WSAV 

Surveillance cameras help reduce crime in Richmond County via @WSAV 

Fatal head-on crash after EMS worker wakes slumped driver via @WSAV 


'It’s up to us': In Savannah, Ossoff urges Georgians to get vaccinated via @WSAV 

@FLOTUSBiden : "Choose to get your shot for yourself, for your family, for your city of @stingrea15ah '>Savan @stingrea15ah ." will have a full recap up the first lady's visit to the Hostess City tonight at 10 & 11 >>>

Hog wild: U.S. has ‘out of control’ population of ‘super-pigs,’ expert says via @WSAV 

State Rep. Vernon Jones crowd surfs at a campaign rally for President Trump in Macon The president is expected to take the stage soon. Watch live >>> ?: John Bazemore, AP

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Sen. Ossoff secures commitment from key Biden nominee to address dysfunction at Georgia Department of Labor via @mcieslaktv  #gapol 

Actor Chris Evans was on Capitol Hill to talk to lawmakers about the upcoming launch of “A Starting Point”, a website designed to answer common policy questions with the Democratic and Republican point of view. @ChrisEvans  #AStartingPoint  #CaptainAmerica 

PAC challenging SC’s Graham over offshore drilling stance via @WSAV 

Possible tornado hits Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base in St. Mary's, injuring at least 10 Video: Sergio Rodriguez

A Savannah police officer's perspective is getting national attention after he was asked to write a piece for the Washington Post.