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First Slice 5-14-13: U.S. Sen. Chambliss wants Benghazi emails declassified

Plus, Georgia man says he's found the original Coca-Cola recipe

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Roswell police are warning residents to look out for a new scam where someone pretends to be a Fulton County sheriff's deputy. The man behind the operation, they say, is telling Ga. 400 commuters that he would void a warrant issued for their arrest if they paid a fine for not paying tolls. There's also a similar scam taking place with Fulton County's water and sewer services too.

U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Georgia, wants the CIA to declassify all emails related to last year's Benghazi attacks.

Tricia Pridemore, once the executive director of Gov. Nathan Deal's Office of Workforce Development, has officially joined Bob Barr, Edward Lindsey, and Barry Loudermilk in the 11th Congressional District race.

Rumors swirl over whether former Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy will take over the Atlanta Hawks' lead gig. That search is still happening even though current head coach Larry Drew's fate has yet to be officially decided.

Cleta won't quit. She cleared that up over the weekend, in case there were still any lingering doubts following her lawyer's remarks last week following her DUI arrest.

Georgia resident Cliff Kluge claims that he's found the original Coca-Cola recipe and has listed it on eBay for $5 million. "It's an Easter egg hunt, looking for eggs out there," he told 11 Alive. "And when you come up with something like this, it's Christmas."





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