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Conditions for Dalton, GA at 7:13 pm EDT

Current Conditions:
Fair, 77 F

Thu - Partly Cloudy. High: 79 Low: 60
Fri - Partly Cloudy. High: 83 Low: 62
Sat - Sunny. High: 84 Low: 59
Sun - Partly Cloudy. High: 86 Low: 61
Mon - Sunny. High: 81 Low: 57

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Dalton, GA News

Dalton honors woman who keeps Mexican culture alive
DALTON, Ga. ? Teresa Sosa moved to Dalton more than 40 years ago, long before waves of immigrants flooded here for carpet mill jobs.
Dalton Police Arrest Man For DUI After Hitting Pole
Dalton, GA (WDEF) Dalton Police arrest one man for DUI after he hit a power pole Thursday morning. It happened on Waugh Street. Officials say 20-year-old Norberto Muniz Junior lost control of his SUV when he came over a hill and hit the pole. The pole was severely damaged and only the lines kept it up. One line did come down across the roadway. Dalton Police Department Spokesman Bruce Frasier ...
New Four-Legged Arson Investigator Introduced to North GA
DALTON, GA (WDEF) - We all know dogs have a keen sense of smell, but can your dog detect a drop, just one drop of accelerant? Ralph Hudgens, the Georgia Insurance Commissioner, says, "If she finds evidence of an accelerant, she'll just sit down." Jerry Parrish, with the state fire marshal's office, adds, "There are times where we can go in and smell gas, but there's just so much that we're not ...
Crescent City train car renovation chugging along
DALTON, Ga. (AP) - Renovations on the Crescent City train car could be complete come January or February if donated funds come through to finish the project, Kathryn Sellers and work crew manager Mike Brown said. Brought to Dalton in 1970 by two men who wanted to use ...
Dalton hanging focus of Friday ghost tour - Sept. 19
On Friday, Sept. 19, actors portraying historical figures will examine the events that led to the sole legal hanging in Dalton, Ga., (not counting lynchings) a century ago.