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I'M JENNIFER MOULLIET.. THIS IS EYEWITNESS NEWS AT 6... AMY AUBERT HAS THE NIGHT OFF.
A BODY FOUND IN CRAWFORD COUNTY COULD BE THAT OF A MISSING MAN.
CANDACE ADORKA WENT THERE.... AND HAS MORE.
About a mile int ot he woods past this gate is where authorities found a body they say may be 39-year-old Daryl James Oxford.Oxford has been missing a little more than two weeks and in a statement, the Georgia Burau if Investigation says the decomposed body of a white male matched Oxford's descriptionThe GBI also says a park ranger patroling BEnjamin Hawkins boy scount reservation found the body wrapped in sheets. The spot where the body was found is owned by the boy scouts, but the actual camp is about a mile away from that site. Officials are waiting for an autopsy and forensic tests to confirm the identity and also to determine the cause of death. Candace Adorka 13 wmaz eyewitness news."
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CASE CAN CALL THE G-B-I AT 478-987-4545... AGAIN THATS 987-4545.
ON TUESDAY.. PRESIDENT OBAMA WILL CLINCH THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR PRESIDENT.
THE PRESIDENT IS SURE TO REACH THE 2 THOUSAND 7 HUNDRED AND 78 DELEGATES HE NEEDS TO SECURE HIS PARTY NOD FOR THE SECOND TIME.... WHEN FIVE STATES HEAD TO POLLS ON TUESDAY.
OBAMA HAS WON ALMOST EVERY DELEGATE SO FAR... EXCEPT IN SOME SOUTHERN STATES.
CAMPAIGN OFFICIALS SAY THEY'RE FOCUSED ON THE GENERAL ELECTION.... AND WHO THE PRESIDENT WILL FACE.
FOUR YEARS AGO IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY RACE OBAMA WENT HEAD TO HEAD AGAINST SECRETARY OF STATE HILARY CLINTON.
THERE COULD SOON BE EVEN MORE FALLOUT OVER THE SECRET SERVICE PROSTITUTION SCANDAL.
MORE THAN 20 AMERICANS ARE UNDER INVESTIGATION AND MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WANT TO KNOW IF THIS HAS HAPPENED BEFORE..
DANIELLE NOTTINGHAM REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON.
:07 - :12 Rep. Peter King/(R) New York/Meet the Press
:52 - :59 Sen. Joe Lieberman/(I) Connecticut/Face the Nation
1:15-1:19 Ralph Basham/Fmr. Dir. Secret Service/Face the Nation
TRT - 1:32
More secret service agents involved in the Columbia prostitution scandal could soon be out of a job.
(SOT-Rep. Peter King/(R) New York/Meet the Press)
"I WOULD EXPECT IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE TO HAVE SEVERAL SECRET SERVICE AGENTS LEAVING."
Members of congress investigating the scandal expect the secret service to fire more agents this week.
So far, six agents have lost their jobs, five are on administrative leave and 11 members of the military are under investigation.
They were part of an advance team setting up security for President Obama's trip to Cartagena, Columbia.
Some agents are accused of hiring prostitutes and bringing them back to the hotel Caribe.
But the secret service now admits one agent stayed at the Hilton - the same hotel where President Obama stayed during the summit.
(SOT- Sen. Joe Lieberman/(I) Connecticut/Face the Nation)
"NOW WE DON'T KNOW AT THIS POINT WHAT THAT 12TH AGENT IS BEING CHARGED WITH AND WHY HE'S BEEN PUT ON ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE BUT NOW YOU'RE INTO THE HOTEL WHERE THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WAS GOING TO STAY AND IT JUST GETS MORE TROUBLING."
Senator Joe Liberman says Congress plans to launch hearings and will try to determine if this type of behavior has happened before.
Former secret service director Ralph Basham doesn't think lawmakers will find anything.
(SOT-Ralph Basham/Fmr. Dir. Secret Service/Face the Nation)
"I DON'T BELIEVE IN THE PAST THESE TYPES OF THINGS HAVE HAPPENED AND THEY CERTAINLY DIDN'T HAPPEN ON MY WATCH AND I SPENT OVER 3 DECADES IN THIS ORGANIZATION."
U-S authorites are in Columbia investigating the scandal.
The Secret Service says at no time was the President's security compromised.
SEVERAL MEMBERS OF CONGRESS SAY THEY SUPPORT THE INVESTIGATION LAUNCHED BY CURRENT SECRET SERVICE DIRECTOR, MARK SULLIVAN
THIS WEEKEND MARKED A HUGE MILESTONE FOR THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL AT THE MEDICAL CENTER OF CENTRAL GEORGIA.
ITS THE 20TH YEAR OF THEIR ANNUAL CELEBRITY CLASSIC WEEKEND.
THIS MORNING... BIG NAMES IN SPORTS AND MUSIC TOOK A TOUR OF THE HOSPITAL AND HELPED SPREAD A LITTLE CHEER.
IT'S A STORY THAT COMES STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART
nats music "you're the only girl that I adore"
Preston Dennard, former NFL player: "I come back every year to support the children's hospital in the celebrity golf tournament it's just wonderful to do the tour here because each year I've met some wonderful kids." "to sort of bring a little brightness, fun and excitement in their day when they're here because no one really wants to be here."
nats "hospital cart"
Amanda Moon, mother: "McKenna has a lot of GI issues she also has some neurological stuff she has seizures and we're in and out up here quite a bit and we have been for the passed almost three years now."
nats card trick
"It just kind of lightens the day a little bit brings in some laughter and smiles."
nats "i hope you get to feeling better okay?"
Jonathon Herndon, professional fisherman: "I identify with these kids and I kind of hold a special place in my heart for them because when I was little I got hurt and so I was in and out of these hospitals and I really know what it's like to be in here with a case of the why me sometimes and just looking at the walls and they're closing in and you have great doctors and facilities here but it can kind of play with your mind a little bit so I try to visit these kids and just let them know look what I've accomplished and they can do anything they want to if they just put their mind to it."
"I think it's awesome that they would take time out of their schedule to come and visit the kids and let them know that the kids aren't alone and there are people out helping raise money to help make this a better place for them."
"I can chase big fish or big cardboard checks all over the country but there's nothing like coming and seeing these patients and seeing the smile on their face because someone just took the time out of their day to visit them."
nats music "the day that you left me... I moved on."
CELBRITY CLASSIC WEEKEND CONTINUES THROUGH MONDAY.
TONIGHT THERE'S A MEET AND GREET AT THE IDLE HOUR COUNTRY CLUB.
AND ON MONDAY THE STARS WILL TEE OFF IN A CELEBRITY GOLF TONURNAMENT.
STUDENTS AT PAINE COLLEGE IN AUGUSTA MAY FIND IT HARDER TO GET FEDERAL LOANS... THAT'S BECAUSE AN AUDIT SHOWED THAT THE SCHOOL INCORRECTLY REPORTED ENROLLMENT DATA.
THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE REPORTS THAT THE COLLEGE LOST ELIGIBILITY TO THE FEDERAL PERKINS LOAN... AND OTHER CUTS COULD BE ON THE WAY.
THE NEWSPAPER SAYS THE SCHOOL DID NOT CHANGE ENROLLMENT STATUSES OR RETURN UNUSED AID TO THE GOVERNMENT... AFTER SOME STUDENTS WITHDREW.
PAINE HAS LOST ACCESS TO THE FEDERAL PERKINS LOAN... UNTIL 20-14.
MORE THAN 90 PERCENT OF THE STUDENTS AT THE HISTORCIALLY BLACK COLLEGE RELY ON FINANCIAL AID.
BIG EVENTS IN ALABMA WILL MARK THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE APRIL 27TH TORNADOES... AND HONOR THE LIVES OF THE 250 PEOPLE KILLED.
FROM THE STATE CAPITOL IN MONTGOMERY TO SMALL TOWNS IN NORTHWEST ALABAMA... ON FRIDAY SURVIVORS WILL REMEMBER THOSE WHO DIED... AND EXPRESS THANKS TO THE THOUSANDS WHO HAVE HELPED WITH THE RECOVERY.
A STATEWIDE MEMORIAL SERVICE WITH GOVERNOR ROBERT BENTLEY IS PLANNED THAT MORNING... ON THE STEPS OF THE STATE CAPITOL.
OTHER CITIES WILL HOLD THEIR OWN EVENTS.... THROUGH SATURDAY EVENING.
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