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May 22

May 22, 2012 --

Lax enforcement in personal care homes ACLU alleges right violations at several state detention centers Governor’s appointee quits over state lease Public money finds back do0r to private schools Conservative groups challenge House speaker on ethics Chattahoochee makes ‘most endangered’ list Common Cause cites cost hikes, political donations from airport vendors Report: Gwinnett animal shelter euthanized […]

Feb. 1

February 1, 2012 --

Judge: Fulton Co. schools violated student’s rights, must pay Fulton tax chief defends selling liens to collection agencies Lengthy review needed before Angel Food trial begins ATL to spend $800K on Open Records requests on airport bids

Nov. 23

November 23, 2011 --

Unfit officers hired by ATL police UGA prof faces restrictions for violating harassment policy Riverkeeper blocks Fulton Co. airport’s plan to clearcut 20 acres 2 more indicted in Brooks Co. election fraud case

Sept. 23

September 23, 2011 --

More flaws crop up in Fulton Co. tax assessments Fired Hall Co. sheriff’s lt. claims retaliation Opinion: Columbus Civic Center audit shows real clowns ATL Public Schools prepares to turn over hard drives, computers  

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. 20

August 20, 2011 --

Parent of student sprayed with Lysol demands answers Immigration officials agree to release jailed students Amid budget cuts, UGA officials defend resort retreat Ethics commission vice-chair resigns to consider Senate bid Fulton Co. property owners report errors in tax bills    

Aug. 19

August 19, 2011 --

Lawmakers approve new legislative districts; Dems accuse GOP of ‘resegregating’ Ga. Opinion: A plan to oust white Democrats from the Legislature APD officers with lapsed training may have jeopardized decades of cases 3rd parent claims Fulton Co. schools covered up abuse Bowers, Wilson named assistant DA’s to probe Dougherty Co. cheating

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

July 1

July 1, 2011 --

UGA Athletic Association drops scholarship to give Adams a raise Sentencing Commission sets retroactive crack guidelines As athletics rakes in money, UGA students still pay 8 arrested in alleged drug scandal at Fulton Co. jail APS cheating report goes to governor Ralston failed to disclose property, will amend records Bob Barr: Ethics & Ga. politics […]

June 22

June 22, 2011 --

Ex-APS official: Hall ordered destruction of documents tied to cheating Ga. law raises questions about Columbus probate judge’s role as executor Police haven’t trained to enforce Ga.’s new immigration law Fort McPherson authority ending fiscal year in red Inmate shot inside Fulton Co. jail Chatham’s award of library contract scrutinized

June 21

June 21, 2011 --

Questionable spending at Fulton Co. Animal Shelter ATL Council sustains Reed veto on judges

May 6

May 6, 2011 --

Ga. Natl Guard officer out amid questionable bonuses Price-gouging laws not in effect after tornadoes Cobb overspending for public defenders Olens: Sunshine violations widespread Lawyer: Court bars man in Muslim attire Cities focus on police audits in suit with Fulton Co. AG asked to probe East Point board