Friday, December 23, 2011

A Christmas miracle: Stunning storm causes massive damage but few injuries. Continuing coverage all day.

Latest updates on Thursday's storm damage:
-We're calling it a Christmas miracle. Despite the intensity of the Thursday afternoon storms, no one was seriously injured. Lots of damage in West Rome, Summerville Park and other areas, however.
-Continuing coverage on Hometown Headlines all day today.

Your Christmas weekend forecast:
-Friday: Mostly sunny, high of 58, low of 36.
-Christmas Eve: High of 56, low of 41, overnight rain: 20%
-Christmas Day: 70% chance of rain, high of 53, low of 35.

Track Santa's arrival with NORAD again this year.

Christmas jingle indeed: $300 million in lottery jackpots tonight,  Christmas Eve.

Norman Arey's Norman's No-Nos
-Norman's notes on the bowl season losers, round two:This 'almost also-rans' bowl week features big names from the past: FSU, Notre Dame, Texas and others.

Friday's Buzz:
-Rome Police using Facebook to find theft suspects.
-Redmond Regional gets state honors.
-Latest public health restaurant inspection scores.
-Friday night updates from downtown entertainment spots.

Hometown Headlines Radio Edition, 7-9 a.m., WRGA 1470 AM
-Please join us Friday for State Schools Superintendent John Barge, Deacon Stuart Neslin of Saint Mary's Catholic Church and state Sen. Barry Loudermilk.

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