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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 […]

July 23

July 23, 2009 --

Georgia’s high school graduation rate ‘in crisis’ State worker racks up huge retirement bonus Editorial: UGA has lost credibility on biosafety Canceled DeKalb master parks plan may offer clues on future of park system

Ron Sailor

Ron Sailor
June 5, 2009 --

Where to begin? Sailor is serving a 63-month sentence in federal prison in West Virginia. He was charged in December 2007 after offering to launder $375,000 in “drug money” that actually came from an undercover federal agent. While he was awaiting sentencing, Sailor defrauded the Greater New Light Missionary Baptist Church in Atlanta, where he […]

No written report in DeKalb’s $325-an-hour suicide inquiry

No written report in DeKalb's $325-an-hour suicide inquiry
May 22, 2009 --

DeKalb County school officials have no written record of the investigation that exonerates school employees in the April 16 suicide of a Dunaire Elementary fifth-grader. Retired judge Thelma Wyatt Cummings Moore (right) said Wednesday that she found “no evidence of bullying” after interviewing dozens of teachers, parents and students at Dunaire. The mother of 11-year-old […]