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How To Save A Life

April is organ donation month. Learn how a man from Columbus, GA helped save a life though his donation. How can you get involved? Watch and find out!

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Help Fight Childhood Cancer

Watch as we learn about childhood cancer and what we can do to help. Who is "Mighty Gus?" Watch and find out!

To donate please go to http://augustusthemighty.info/about-us/

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The Movie Business Plants Permanent Roots In ATL

Watch as we talk to Atlanta film producer Jason Sirotin about how he finally made it big in the movie business. What are Jason's favorite projects and why was Atlanta the ideal place for Sirotin to call home? Watch and find out!

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DEKALB | Rep. John Lewis to visit Fernbank Elem.

DEKALB | Rep. John Lewis to visit Fernbank Elem.

ATLANTA -- U.S. Rep John Lewis will visit a DeKalb County elementary school as part of its Black History Month activities.

The civil rights legend, who inspired 11Alive's Letters to Our Children special, is scheduled to attend a celebration Thursday at Fernbank Elementary in Atlanta.

The Democrat will be joined by DeKalb County schools superintendent Cheryl Atkinson as he speaks to third-, fourth- and fifth-grade classes about his experiences during the civil rights movement.

The event will begin at 11 a.m. in the school's gymnasium.

EMORY | Notable doctor to speak at graduation

EMORY | Notable doctor to speak at graduation

ATLANTA -- A neurosurgeon famous for his work separating conjoined twins will speak at Emory University's graduation this spring.

Dr. Benjamin Carson, a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, will address the graduating class at Emory's commencement on May 14.

Carson won the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the U.S., in 2008. He has directed the pediatric neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center for more than 25 years and is a professor of neurosurgery, oncology, plastic surgery and pediatrics.

In 1987, Carson performed the first and only separation of twins joined at the back of the head.

Emory expects to have about 3,700 graduates in May.

Emory pediatrician wins Lifetime Achievement Award

Emory pediatrician wins Lifetime Achievement Award

ATLANTA -- Dr. Ann D. Critz, the chief of pediatrics at Emory University Hospital Midtown, has received the prestigious Georgia Hospital Heroes Lifetime Achievement Award.

Dr. Critz was the only person in Georgia to earn the honor. She was recognized for her tireless dedication to caring for premature infants during a luncheon on Dec. 13.

"Dr. Critz has dedicated a lifetime to giving countless premature infants the ability to survive," said Joseph Parker, president of the Georgia Hospital Association. "She has made such a difference in the lives of the infants and their families, as well as her whole community. She is a much-deserving recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award."

Merry Christmas from Gov. Deal

Merry Christmas from Gov. Deal

ATLANTA -- Governor Nathan Deal issued a special holiday greeting for Georgia residents on Friday.

As Christmas nears, I wanted to wish every Georgian a merry Christmas and a happy holiday season.

Christmas has a special way of reminding us what is really important: our faith in God, family and the well-being of our fellow man.

But Christmas is not limited to a single season or date on a calendar. These feelings of peace and love are always with us throughout our lives. For many, Christmas serves as a rejuvenation of these values and ideals.

After the gifts are all unwrapped and the candles begin to dim, our spirits will once again be enriched and fully restored.

As we reflect on all we have been able to accomplish this past year, we will cary this rejuvenated spirit to achieve all the goals that we have set for the coming years.