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  • City Market shooting suspect pleads not guilty
  • Savannah Law School will close
  • Cold weather could mean fewer turtle nests
  • USC women's basketball heads to Sweet Sixteen  

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On this edition of “Two Way Street,” we’re talking to Tony-award winning director, Kenny Leon, about his Broadway revival of the play, “Children of a Lesser God.”

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Spring has arrived in Savannah, and with it lots of favorite annual events. Marcia Banes of Old Savannah Tours and Shannon Lowery of Visit Savannah have a few suggestions.

Shannon’s picks:

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  • Savannah could lose National Historic Landmark designation
  • Port Wentworth council member files ethics complaint
  • Hilton Head to hire Gullah Geechee liaison
  • FEMA approves Ossabaw road repair funding

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Savannah could lose its National Historic Landmark District status.  That loss could threaten grants, tax incentives and professional help with historic buildings.


A National Parks Service study, out Wednesday, says large-scale developments out of keeping with the historic district threaten its integrity. The report also points to projects that disrupt the city’s famous downtown grid.


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On this edition of Political Rewind, Governor Deal says he’ll support the legislative push to buy voting machines that leave a paper trail, but critics say the proposed fix won’t assure Georgians that their votes have been tallied accurately.  Also, a federal court has blocked a measure just signed into law that would make Mississippi’s abortion restrictions the toughest in the nation, and now one candidate for Georgia governor says he wants to take those laws and make them even tougher here.  Plus, a number of Democrats running for Georgia GOP congressional seats are pledging to vote again

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  •  Liberty Co. parents sue over fatal bus crash
  • Glynn Co. tax commissioner dodges questions on renovations
  • Scientists say mysterious sea creature is a shark - or a hoax 

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Savannah State University is relatively small, with about 5,000 students. But it recently counted more aggravated assaults and weapons-related arrests than any other public university in Georgia. GPB's Emily Cureton reports... 

Showing identification is part of life for a college student, for everything from getting a discount at the movies to getting into student housing. But Amber Davis, a senior at Savannah State, says campus security can be so lax she once used a piece of meat to get past a guard.

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On this edition of Political Rewind, A new poll finds voters prefer Democrats over Republicans by a wide margin going into this year’s congressional races across the country.  Wasn’t the GOP tax bill supposed to give Republicans an edge?  We’ll look at how the tax cuts might play in Georgia.  Then, Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams defends her vote to make substantial cuts to the HOPE Scholarship in front of an audience of skeptical young voters while her opponent, Stacey Evans, is drilled on her campaign ad invoking the image of Dr.

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“What a perfect day for a parade." That sentiment was echoed by locals and visitors alike lining the route for Savannah’s 2018 St. Patrick’s Day celebration on a sunny, spring Saturday.

This year two longstanding traditions were challenged. First, the U.S Army asked that women not kiss their soldiers while they marched, citing concerns that it makes them look less professional. Plenty of other cadets and officers bore telltale bright red lipstick marks on their cheeks as they marched.