Editor's note: Hello, Georgia.
Yes, we stayed up late for the Oscars, too. It was a great party and today Eleanor Ringel Gillespie says it was one of the best Oscars ever.
Also in Georgia's top news, the future of two nuclear power plants near Augusta took another step at the Capitol. We have a report for you that has comment from many representatives from around the state.
Plus, we profile of Georgia's Second District Congressman Sanford Bishop, who is helping the state's peanut industry fight for its life.
Plus we offer a column from the state's governor, lieutenant governor, and speaker of the House on why the Department of Transportation can't continue the way it currently does business.
It's a great lineup.
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