Study: Proposed Ga. coal plant would raise power bills Opinion: Ethics fight shows poor governance Talbot Co. officers indicted in fed corruption case
Ex-APS official: Hall ordered destruction of documents tied to cheating Ga. law raises questions about Columbus probate judge’s role as executor Police haven’t trained to enforce Ga.’s new immigration law Fort McPherson authority ending fiscal year in red Inmate shot inside Fulton Co. jail Chatham’s award of library contract scrutinized
Questionable spending at Fulton Co. Animal Shelter ATL Council sustains Reed veto on judges
Gwinnett court overbilling issue has attorneys on edge UGA downplays biolab inspection report
Deal gets perk; Delta does too Luckovich on ethics ATL mayor wants to name 2 more judges Macon Animal Control missing money, records
Charter schools group says Gwinnett funding offer violates law Attorney general: Savannah council broke law Beazer to pay $16M to settle claim on failed Nevada deal Hall Co. court clerk missing nearly $11K
Dawson County’s longtime court clerk admitted today to stealing $120,000 of court funds from 2006 through 2009. Becky McCord, 62, faces up to 10 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to federal tax evasion and bankruptcy fraud.
Ethics official: Cutbacks related to Deal investigation Ga.’s job stimulus program riddled with problems Fulton DA scrambles to replace prosecutors Ethics complaints coming against APS Senate banking chair has property in foreclosure FAA: ASA flew planes after lightning strikes
Beazer’s fired CEO gets multimillion $$$ payday ATL mayor vetoes cut in # of municipal court judges AHA board slashes Alisias contract, chastises CEO East Point bus co. still rolling despite safety sanctions Drivers upset police ticketing outside city limits Do Ga. schools discipline minority & poor kids more harshly? Textile plant sued over fish […]
Formaldehyde is now classified as a carcinogen. But, despite the growing scientific consensus about how formaldehyde can affect human health, it remains to be seen if the studies will lead to tighter U.S. formaldehyde regulations.
Despite budget cuts, 3 Ga. college presidents get raises Audit: Some defendants may not qualify as indigent