News Nearby: Argument Leads to Multiple Stabbings; SEC Dad Speechless Over Game Ticket

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Reynoldstown Argument Leads to Multiple Stabbings - East Atlanta Patch

An argument between two men in Reynoldstown resulted in several stabbings and the arrest of the suspected stabber, according to Atlanta police.

Luke Patrick O'Donovan, 19, was charged with five counts of aggravated assault. Atlanta Police Department spokeswoman Kim Jones gave an account of the incident, which included the stabbings of four men who tried to subdue O'Donovan. Get the full story on East Atlanta Patch.

Man Struck by Train in Marietta Square - Atlanta Journal-Constitution

A man walking along the tracks late Monday near Marietta Square was struck from behind by a CSX train, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The man, whose identity has not been released pending notification of relatives, was taken to the hospital, but died from his injuries. Find more details from the AJC.

SEC Dad Is Speechless Over BCS Title Game Ticket - Athens Patch

UGA fans can't go to the national title game this year, but some might still find a place in their hearts to be happy for this guy.

An Alabama dad and Crimson Tide fan had plenty of Christmas cheer, and a widely viewed YouTube video captured the moment. Read more about Don Buckhannan on Athens Patch.

Sherri Shepherd From 'The View' Coming to The Punchline - Sandy Springs Patch

Sherri Shepherd, co-host of TV's The View, is scheduled to perform at The Punchline in Sandy Springs. Find the details at Sandy Springs Patch.

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