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Updated: Sat, 14 Sep 2013 04:15:59 EST

ATLANTA — (AP) — Atlanta police say a man was struck and killed yesterday by an Atlanta Public Schools bus. Police said only one student and the driver were on the bus at the time of the accident. They said the man ran into the road, and charges are not expected to be filed against the driver. Police did not immediately identify the driver. ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons have come up with an extra $8 million to purchase a church property that sits at the site of a proposed stadium. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed announced a preliminary $14.5 million agreement under which officials would acquire the site of the historic Mount Vernon Baptist Church. ATLANTA (AP) — Two Clayton County Sheriff's Office employees claim Sheriff Victor Hill retaliated against them after they supported his political opponents. Brian Crisp, Jeffrey Mitchell and Garland Watkins have filed a federal lawsuit against Hill, the sheriff's office, the county and Chief Deputy Shon Hill. ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — It's time to celebrate bugs. The State Botanical Garden of Georgia is holding its annual insect festival. The Insect-ival Family Festival is scheduled at the garden at the University of Georgia on Sept. 21. It will include a butterfly release.

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