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Nov. 17

November 17, 2011 --

Sunday sales and the power of lobbyists Counties & state among GA’s biggest polluters ATL airport bid controversy Governor names Marietta attorney to ethics commission Glynn Co. drug court opens without its founding judge Low pH, possible kaolin mine runoff cited in October fish kill Gwinnett approves new ethics rules

Sept. 8

September 8, 2011 --

DOT commissioner resigns under pressure Immigration enforcement panel attracts controversy Attorney general, trial lawyers clash over open records reform Beverly Hall defends actions Angel Food Ministries suspends food deliveries Augusta’s Procurement Department could be privatized

April 21

April 21, 2011 --

Ga. doctors paid millions by drug companies Ex-principal of the year’s teaching license revoked State gas tax jumps 3 cents on May 1 Confederate flag at Dodge courthouse stirs controversy

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 […]

Nov. 10

November 10, 2010 --

Gwinnett superintendent may face ethics investigation State employee steers no-bid contracts to family, friends DeKalb candidate got county money before election Cherokee Co. official resigns in SPLOST controversy ATL police rehire fired lieutenant Visiting judge clears East Point mayor UGA frat to learn its fate this week Mayor rejects request to investigate Columbus fire dep’t.

Aug. 17

August 17, 2010 --

ATL school board accepts cheating report amid other controversy State has just weeks to use or lose $7.6M DeKalb fears legal fight sends developers away Georgia banks’ troubled list shortens by 2 Synovus seeks dismissal of class-action suit over Sea Island Co. dealings Defamation suit against ATL lawyer, PR firm tossed Supreme Court won’t stay […]

July 31

July 31, 2010 --

City’s legal fees top $3M for ATL airport contract suit Controversy over gift to DeKalb housing board member Cobb public safety director resigns over disputed military record Woodruff Arts Center denies gender discrimination claim 4 ATL watershed workers fired over procurement violations Hice campaign comments on radio may violate IRS rules Ex-volunteer fire chief accused of […]

April 18

April 18, 2010 --

Foster care fraught with private abuses, public excuses School finds undercounts in dropouts, discipline In SEC, UGA’s share of federal pork leaner Ga. teachers: A lifetime of job security changing? Angel Food Ministries’ work still in demand despite controversy Lobbyists, lawmakers hobnob days before Legislature convenes

Feb. 24

February 24, 2010 --

Adulterer elected to fill adulterer’s House seat State, feds resist own stormwater rules Judge puts Cobb schools’ artificial turf on hold Controversy builds over health insurance hikes House Judy chairman urges ‘reasonable’ gift ban

Jan. 31

January 31, 2010 --

Blakely peanut illness: Little has changed since scare ATL bank leaves trail of flipping, fraud Trouble on death row UGA spends big on mansion as Adams lives elsewhere Investment managers’ bonus pay stokes anger Bibb principals had problems at previous jobs Dirt controversy erupts in Crawford County

Jan. 22

January 22, 2010 --

Huge airport bond deal to be rebid in wake of controversy Judge orders previous SCLC leadership reinstated Judge dismisses warrants for DeKalb commissioner Facebook case: Deposition shows Barrow didn’t know source of e-mail complaint DOT defies state auditor, asks AG opinion White House scraps method of counting stimulus jobs Fulton County inmate walks out of […]

Dec. 15

December 15, 2009 --

Questions raised over Oxendine’s trips with major donors ATL water dept. lunch sparks controversy Congressional ethics committees inquire about Deal’s business