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Feb. 11-17, 2013

February 19, 2013 --

SEC complaint filed over City of ATL pension investment DeKalb grand jury wants to unseal its probe of CEO APS outspends every system in state Years after scandal, APS gets millions in E-rate dollars Atlanta losing millions on 75-year Underground lease FBI to investigate Savannah metro police complaints Lawmakers back private talks on Ga. school […]

Feb. 23

February 23, 2012 --

DFCS acknowledges wrongdoing in child’s death Group: APS scandal cost taxpayers $10 million Court clerks’ passport profit examined Defense: Cobb DA outsourced prosecution to Glock Advocates seek lobbyist spending bill Bill would allow charging legal fees for Open Records requests Dozens of day care providers overcharging the state Dunwoody probes city council leak Wilcox Co. […]

Feb. 17

February 17, 2012 --

Senate Rules Committee: The road to kill the ethics bill? Legislators level mismanagement claims at ethics commission Panel investigating 6 to 8 Georgia judges on ‘very serious charges’ More pets died on Delta than any other airline Tenants claim N. Ga. pastor is a slumlord Rural phone subsidy on the block Opinion: Breathtakingly bad approach […]

Dec. 5

December 5, 2011 --

Suspended APS leader has new job, old salary

Oct. 29

October 29, 2011 --

Shorter U. requires employees to reject homosexuality Help for domestic violence victims declining Failing museum costs taxpayers $700K per year EEOC sues S. Ga, farm, alleges discrimination against U.S. workers Judge OKs $1.25B settlement for black farmers CEO-style bonuses at APS may end with Hall Group voiced concerns about Fort Benning land deal

Sept. 21

September 21, 2011 --

General Assembly cut $80K check over discrimination complaint APS spends nearly $700K fighting abuse claim Ga. owes $720M for unemployment insurance Ex-medical board chair accused of misusing vaccines Cobb EMC fights disclosure of ex-CEO’s pay Church leader admits taking money in questionable mortgage scheme Ethics charge on Lucas’ Facebook posts rejected

Sept. 17

September 17, 2011 --

The Troy Davis case: A hstory and a look ahead Is Cobb EMC subsidizing S. Ga. members? Ex-congressman Swindall gets probation in campaign funds case Hearings delayed for high-salaried APS officials Audit: Colleges obeying law on in-state tuition UGA toughens sexual harassment policy

Sept. 6

September 6, 2011 --

APS test-fraud detectives drawing scrutiny Lawsuits possible over canceled airport procurement Some fear utilities influenced Macon-area water plan PSC reviews rural phone subsidies

Sept. 2

September 2, 2011 --

ATL mayor responds to APD failure: ‘Buck stops with me’ Gwinnett baseball stadium revenues fall short APS may drop bonus program cited in cheating probe DeKalb drops suit against its planning commissioners Lobbyists’ group emphasizes ethics

Aug. 23

August 23, 2011 --

  Columbus judge retires amid investigation Winner of DOT contract was involved in previous scandal Ex-bank chairman blames Graves, Rogers in default Feds sue insiders of Georgia’s largest failed bank Turner Co. sheriff pleads guilty to providing medicinal marijuana After losing in court, online travel firms want Legislature to void tax Fulton Co. animal shelter’s […]

Aug. 18

August 18, 2011 --

Dozens of officers’ arrest powers revoked, 400 certifications incomplete Columbus judicial probe expanded to more high-profile cases Hall invoices APS for $127K in legal fees Dispute erupts over legal counsel in redistricting Opinion: The schoolyard bully at Fulton Co. Commission

Aug. 17

August 17, 2011 --

Criminal probe of APS cheating has begun in earnest Fulton proposal: Limit contractors’ donations Facebook case 2 years later: Wronged teacher still awaiting decision Plant Washington air permit tightens limits