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January 22, 2013: Afternoon News in 90

By on January 22nd, 2013

  • Gas prices are expected to drop 3 to 5 cents this week, according to AAA.
  • Gainesville Regional Transit service is hosting an open house tonight to discuss details on a new bus service that may feature shorter wait times and more direct routes.
  • The bodies of two Romanians killed in the Algerian hostage crisis returned home today, following three survivors that already returned.
  • Nearly one million people attended Barack Obama’s inauguration Monday, according to event planners.
  • Israelis vote today in parliamentary elections.

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