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May 26

May 26, 2011 --

Why Rob Woodall has federal health care: ‘Because it’s free’ University execs retire, still get paid Large landowners paying lower taxes — legally Ex-Gwinnett Co. atty to collect $200K in severance, vaca pay Ex-U.S. attorney to review handling of suit on Eagle bar raid Bat-wielding legislative candidate defends actions in assault case Gary Black and […]

Dec. 24

December 24, 2010 --

Angel Food Ministries paid top dollar to execs in ’09 Clayton Co. sheriff: High-profile murder suspect slipped through cracks Jekyll project ducks public review ‘Debtors prison’ questioned in Rome courtroom Verdict decided, still unknown, for ex-Forsyth Co. planning director Disgraced fed judge’s decisions scrutinized Warren Co. schools won’t lose accreditation Twiggs Co. rebuked for landfill […]

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. 5

November 5, 2010 --

Newly re-elected Casey Cagle faces a palace coup Grand jury wants to shake up Gwinnett government UGA official advises keeping faculty search info off the record City Hall East developer’s attorney co-hosted councilwoman’s fundraiser APS spent $95K to investigate suspected cheating Bribery probe prompts Athens probation revamp Warner Robins councilman Williams indicted Retired Sea Island […]

Oct. 29

October 29, 2010 --

Hidden workers stealing jobs from Georgians? Non-citizens voting in Georgia elections Wells Fargo to refile documents in 55K foreclosures SACS evaluating DeKalb schools Gwinnett DA says he’ll keep hunting shady land deals Retired Sea Island execs object to bankruptcy plan

Sept. 17

September 17, 2010 --

Suicidal often wait days in ER before treatment Deal didn’t disclose $2.85M in loans Ga. 400 toll may not expire as promised Sea Island execs got big bonuses pre-bankruptcy Columbus State provost resigns Riverkeeper moves to block Forsyth Co. discharge permit Clayton Co. DA investigates Lovejoy voter records

April 26

April 26, 2010 --

Roethlisberger case in trouble from the start Adoptions often profit execs, not families Griffin Circuit judge resigns in wake of sexual harassment claims Federal report critical of immigration detention program Corporate forces ready attack against ‘Citizens United’ legislation

William D. Novelli, ex-CEO of AARP: $1,005,380

William D. Novelli, ex-CEO of AARP: $1,005,380
February 19, 2010 --

William D. Novelli, who resigned as CEO in March 2009, was just one of 18 AARP executives who were paid more than $300,000 in 2008. Tax records show Novelli’s total compensation topped $1 million that year with the inclusion of $207,000 in deferred pay. Novelli’s pay package was a recent topic debate on Capitol Hill, where some congressmen complained that AARP executives would benefit personally from proposed health care reforms.

Oct. 18

October 18, 2009 --

Are drastic swings in CRCT scores valid? EPA investigating fallout from forgotten Atlanta lead smelter Does Atlanta’s firefighter shortage place residents in peril? Imperial Sugar execs mulled over implications of 1996 blast, CFO says