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  • Feb. 22

    February 22, 2011 --

    Commissioner seeks to fix Oxendine insurance waiver Plant Vogtle reactors lack wetland credits Higher qualifying fees to fund judicial oversight? Judge orders APS to halt investigation Millions in fees could revert to local 911 centers N. Ga. inn once connected to politicians faces foreclosure

    Dec. 3

    December 3, 2010 --

    Disgraced judge’s convictions, sentences may be overturned Ga. Tech-based non-profit execs indicted in racketeering case Whistleblower claims filed against Fulton Co. government No ethics findings for ATL school board members Beazer fined $825K for Clean Water Act violations 11Alive obtains list of firms asked to fund MARTA party Elective surgeries resume at Augusta VA hospital […]

    Sept. 11

    September 11, 2010 --

    DeKalb Co.employees double-dipping Fired 911 operator sues Fulton Co. for $10.5M Some MARTA debt downgraded EPD proposes end to reporting of ‘non-major’ spills

    June 22

    June 22, 2010 --

    Questions raised about Sen. Balfour’s relationship with lobbyist Georgia loses $2.4M in federal transit money Investigation into N.Ga. judge started with jewelry theft DeKalb admits addresses deleted from 911 HUD says Augusta must pay back home grants ATL test cheating report delayed again Grade tampering reported at Savannah’s Beach High PACs stick with incumbents

    June 9

    June 9, 2010 --

    Two APD officers fired over Kathryn Johnston’s death Mayor: Airport dinner raises ethics concerns Accuser wary of Roethlisberger’s temper Court fee hike staggers justice system Cherokee couple’s mortgage case leads to $108M FTC settlement Ga. high court tosses lawyer’s 2nd suspension request Ambulance company wants DeKalb 911 audit; CEO says no Forsyth candidate has 2 homestead […]

    April 14

    April 14, 2010 --

    Did 911 put Lithonia woman on hold while house burned? Per diem a costly expense for General Assembly Lewd photos bill would block police dashboard cams, 911 calls DeKalb school closing task force loses credibility Hospital’s ex-CEO pleads not guilty $1.5M awarded for lost thumb after court lifts med-mal caps Hall County residents file ethics […]

    Feb. 2

    February 2, 2010 --

    Columbus attorney says prosecutors had vendetta to ruin him The curious case of Ken Hodges, Part II Did Oxendine use investigation to influence Westmoreland? UGA journalism professor cleared of all charges Democrats want ethics panel member suspended Ex-APD chief of staff gets probation for smuggling phone to son in jail DeKalb fire chief resigns after […]

    Firefighters left without knocking on door at fatal Dunwoody blaze

    January 28, 2010 --

    DeKalb fire officials left the scene of a fatal Dunwoody house fire Sunday without knocking on the door to check the address, investigators say in a report released today. Investigators said the address for Ann Bartlett’s home was not visible from the street. House numbers on either side were visible, which “should have provided a clue of the location of 1687 Houghton Court North.” But no one walked up Bartlett’s driveway to check.

    Dec. 3

    December 3, 2009 --

    House speaker to resign effective Jan, 1 Bibb school superintendent under ethics investigation Base closure savings inflated Floyd County 911 took 22 minutes to dispatch police to 2nd location

    Nov. 16

    November 16, 2009 --

    Critical ATL 911 calls put on hold SEC staff targets Beazer Homes CEO over bonus pay Mom: Northside Hospital to blame for son’s suicide DeKalb police under fire for Taser purchase Bibb radio system on last legs

    Aug. 26

    August 26, 2009 --

    Atlanta police officers refuse to cooperate with citizen review board Atlanta fires 911 chief Fulton DA: Too many murder suspects get bond Fulton fires prisoner monitoring company after escape, attack EPD approves permit for coal-fired power plant