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Atlanta Seeks to Assist Elderly Non-Drivers

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 100,000 people over 65 live in Atlanta but do not drive. That's second only to New York City, but unlike New York, Atlanta is stretched out over a wide geographic area and public transportation is lacking. The city is developing several ways to help these older non-drivers stay active and independent. NPR's Kathy Lohr reports.

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Whether covering the manhunt and eventual capture of Eric Robert Rudolph in the mountains of North Carolina, the remnants of the Oklahoma City federal building with its twisted metal frame and shattered glass, flood-ravaged Midwestern communities, or the terrorist bombings across the country, including the blast that exploded in Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta, correspondent Kathy Lohr has been at the heart of stories all across the nation.