March 27, 2021

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KSL Investigates: What water damage is not covered by homeowners insurance?

SALT LAKE CITY – When it comes to homeowners’ insurance, there are certain things you can just count on being covered.

Damage from fire and wind is going to be covered, but damage from water is … a bit more complicated.

Michelle Megna with Insurance.com said thousands of homeowners every year are shocked when the inside of their home ends up wet — and insurance leaves them high and dry.

“Water damage claims are among the most common claims that homeowners make,” she said.

One rule of thumb, she said, is to try and answer the question: Where did the

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Valdosta investigates Rush Propst, allegations of ‘funny money’

The deposition, which Nelson gave Friday, was released this week by the Superior Court of Lowndes County and given in the civil action against the Valdosta Board of Education filed on behalf of Alan Rodemaker, the coach whom Propst replaced last year. Rodemaker alleges that his January 2020 firing was unjust and racially motivated.

Valdosta Schools superintendent Todd Cason confirmed Monday to WALB-TV in Albany that his district was investigating Nelson’s allegations and had contacted ’’the appropriate agencies.’’

Georgia High School Association executive director Robin Hines confirmed Wednesday that the school district had contacted his office but said no GHSA

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