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Elizabeth Prann

Atlanta, GA

Elizabeth Prann is an Atlanta-based correspondent with the Fox News Channel. She covers general and breaking news in southeastern region of the United States. Before that, Prann traveled extensively nationally and internationally working on such stories at attempted terror attacks in London, hurricanes in Florida and numerous interviews with world leaders. Prann played a significant role in the launch of Gretawire.com; creating podcasts and developing content for the site.

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December 1, 2010 3:48 PM

Zahra Baker Murder Mystery

North Carolina Police confirm bones found last month belong to 10-year old Zahra Baker. And now the investigation into her death has taken a very disturbing twist including rape and dismemberment allegations. More than 100 pages of search warrants unsealed Tuesday show Zahra may have been raped by two men who knew her step mother, Elisa Baker. In a statement to police, a ... read more



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November 17, 2010 12:07 PM

Synthetic Biology Raises Ethical Concerns

Today, a panel of doctors, researchers and ethicists appointed by President Obama will recommend guidelines for the study of synthetic biology. The field, still in its infancy, carries many ... read more



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November 14, 2010 11:18 AM

War Stories Emerge Six Decades Later

  [/caption]    Bob Uhl remembers when he was old enough to enlist in the armed services when World War II broke out. That was six decades ago. "The old people start the wars and the ... read more



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November 6, 2010 11:06 AM

Man Turns Food Scraps to ‘Gardeners Gold’

In Barnesville, GA., 60 miles south of Atlanta, Tim Lesko is revolutionizing what gets thrown away. He owns and operates Greenco Environmental. His 20 employees collect food scraps and ... read more



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November 4, 2010 4:06 PM

Delta Flight Attendants Say No to Union

There’s been a lot of election talk this week, but there was also a historic union vote within Delta Airlines. On Wednesday, 20,000 Delta flight attendants came within 328 votes of unionizing.  In 2008, Delta merged with Northwest Airlines.  Northwest brought 7,000 flight attendants with the merger, all of whom were represented by the Association of Flight Attendants ... read more



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October 28, 2010 2:17 PM

Prosthetic Leg Found; Dad Released on Bail

? [/caption] ? North Carolina authorities are investigating?a prosthetic leg they found Wednesday near a home where Zahra Baker's stepmother used to live. The 10-year-old who has been missing since early October.? She lost her leg after a bout with bone cancer while living in Australia. The sheriff?s office told Fox News today?they are waiting on confirmation from ... read more



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October 22, 2010 1:27 PM

CDC: 1/3 Population May Be Diabetic by 2050

A Centers for Disease Control report released today estimates that as many as one in three American adults might have diabetes by the year 2050.  That’s a sharp increase compared to the current rate, which estimates one in 10 adults have the disease. Type 2 diabetes, which is the most common, could be triggered by family history and race.  However, it is also ... read more



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October 16, 2010 3:58 PM

A Modern Day New Deal

After 18 months of economic relief, hundreds of Perry County, Tennessee residents are back in the unemployment pool after a temporary stimulus fund dries up. Last year the county mayor called Governor Phil Bredesen when two of his largest employers downsized and the area was devastated. “When the recovery program was first implemented in Perry County, we were ... read more



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October 13, 2010 10:28 AM

Searchers Look for Missing Disabled N.C. Girl in Wooded Areas

Investigators say 10-year-old Zahra Clare Baker, the disabled North Carolina girl who was reported missing Saturday, is dead.  Yesterday police cancelled the Amber Alert issued for her and started a body recovery.  Today, they are focusing on wooded areas and large piles of mulch at Real Tree Services, the company where Zahra's dad, Adam Baker, works. Zahra lost one ... read more



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October 2, 2010 10:50 AM

Are Pencils a Thing of the Past?

Teachers across the country are starting to turn to the latest tools to educate a generation that has been raised on technology.  In the classroom, they are incorporating electronic books, ... read more