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Milton and McEachern are tops in the final Super 25

ATLANTA-- With class AAAAA state titles in hand, the Milton boys and McEachern girls top the charts in the final Super25 high school basketball polls for metro Atlanta.

The Milton Eagles claimed their second state AAAAA championship in the past 3 seasons, with a win over Savannah.Columbia,Miller Grove, Whitefield Academy, and Westlake make up the top 5 in the final boys poll.

The McEachern girls beat two-time defending champion Norcross to finish the season a perfect 33-0 and claim the class AAAAA crown. Wesleyan won the girls class A championship fpr the 5 straight year and finished second in the final poll with Norcross, North Gwinnett, and Hillgrove completing the top 5.

The Super 25 polls for metro Atlanta teams are computer generated and produced by USA Today exclusively for Atlanta.HighSchoolSports.Net and 11 Alive.com.



Atlanta Weather | 6:45 Radar Update

Atlanta Weather | 6:45 Radar Update

The storms that fired up just north of the metro area earlier that dropped some small hail in Buckhead and Decatur is moving SE at around 25mph... There are still some pockets of small hail in this storm as it heads towards Rockdale county. Nothing is severe.


Atlanta Weather | Here Come the 80's!!

Atlanta Weather | Here Come the 80's!!

Well, we thought it was warm this winter just wait for this week as we are going to be heading into the 80's big time!! Seriously, we are going to be a good 15 degrees above the normal all week long!

Short Term

The gorgeous weather we have had in place all day will remain tonight as well. There will be a stray shower or two mainly south of the metro area through the evening hours, then skies will go to mostly cloudy. Temps this evening will remain in the lower 70's through around 8pm then slowly fall off into the upper 50's overnight. Tomorrow morning will start mostly cloudy with temps in the upper 50's with a light breeze from the SW. 

Mid Range

SE ATLANTA | Warehouse damaged in 2-alarm fire

ATLANTA, Ga. -- DeKalb County firefighters responded to a warehouse blaze Monday evening at about 11 p.m. and remained there through the night.

The building located at 3250 Woodstock Road in Southeast Atlanta is owned by Superior Rigging & Erecting Co, the company that transports and raises the Macy's Christmas tree at Lenox mall every year.

DeKalb Assistant Fire Chief Steve Ham said the blaze consumed about a quarter of the 90,000 square-foot metal building. At one point, propane tanks used to power fork lifts exploded.

It took firefighters a little over an hour to bring the fire under control.

Officials says they have a good idea where in the building the fire started, but an investigation is underway to determine the cause.

No one was injured.

Publix recalls beef stew mix

ATLANTA (WXIA) -- According to the Food & Drug Administration, Publix is recalling packets of Publix Beef Stew Mix because it may contain milk not listed on the label.

People who are allergic to dairy products may run the risk of an allergic reaction to this product.

The 1.45 ounce containers have a UPC code of 41415-03608, and a date code of BEST BY DEC 09 13 H. The product was distributed in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and South Carolina.

The product can be returned to their local Publix store for a full refund.

Any questions can be directed to the Publix consumer relations department at 1-800-242-1227.

Walk to raise money, awareness for TB

Walk to raise money, awareness for TB

ATLANTA -- The 6th annual Atlanta Tuberculosis Awareness Walk will be held later this month.

An estimated 500 walkers will participate in the event, working to raise money and awareness for a disease that has resulted in 1.8 million deaths worldwide.

The walk will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Mar. 24. It will be held in Atlanta's Grant Park neighborhood, near the entrances to Zoo Atlanta and the Cyclorama.

For more information, visit tbcontrollers.org.

STONE MOUNTAIN | Woman celebrates 104th birthday

STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. -- Surrounded by a daughter, six grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and 26 great-great-grandchildren, Willie May Hardy celebrated her 104th birthday.

"I feel fine, thanks to the good Lord who gives me strength and has blessed me to get this old," Hardy laughed.

She was born in 1908, the same year the first Ford Model T was rolled out. She grew up in rural south Georgia and said from an early age she wasn't afraid of hard work.

"I'd chop cotton. I'd hoe cotton. I'd pick cotton. Anything I could do in a field I did it to help out," Hardy said. "If someone called in sick, I could even pick up the plow and get the mule going."