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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

March 13

March 13, 2010 --

Landfill bill advances, critics vow to continue fight ATL school board selects test security firm to lead investigation Man pleads guilty to Dodge County vote-buying

March 12

March 12, 2010 --

Officers posed with Roethlisberger hours before complaint Ex-Columbus judge’s court reporter not certified for nine months Former Dodge County sheriff pleads guilty to vote-buying Court rules Ken Hodges can’t be sued over Phoebe Putney case Property tax legislation clears Senate Brian Nichols case weighs on public defender system Contractor pays $800K settlement over Clean Water […]

Feb. 26

February 26, 2010 --

ATL nursing home chains pay $14M settlement Fulton County improves on elections Cobb EMC’s bylaw changes disputed Trial date set for former Dodge County sheriff

Jan. 27

January 27, 2010 --

DeKalb schools chief: Pope associates made money off of system Troy Davis attorneys say DA withheld exculpatory evidence Officers did not follow policy on warrants against DeKalb commissioner 7 lawmakers didn’t take furlough days Madison EMS workers dodge punishment for falsifying timecards Marietta mayor pitches ethics code change Claims of racial, gender bias in Barrow […]

Oct. 2

October 2, 2009 --

Ethics group seeks new law for Atlanta politics Barrow’s plan concerning mercury limits for Olin Corp. on hold Outgoing member: DeKalb ethics board ‘ineffective’ Opinion: Storm runoff systems ignored Topless club owner: Gingrich group rescinded award Georgia bank’s wealthy clients speeded failure Dodge sheriff pleads not guilty; voter fraud probe continuing Federal bill could define […]

Ex-Dodge sheriff charged with buying votes with cash, liquor & drugs

September 26, 2009 --

Cash, alcohol and — gasp! — drugs were used to buy votes on behalf of former Dodge County Sheriff Lawton Douglas in 2004, a federal indictment alleges. Douglas, who served one term and was defeated for re-election last year, and two others will be arraigned Thursday in Dublin on vote-buying charges. He faces up to 30 years in prison.

Sept. 23

September 23, 2009 --

Former Dodge County sheriff indicted GAO report says labs not safe enough Staff-to-inmate sex abuse allegations up in federal prison Augusta pastors rally around Commissioner Beard