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Feb. 25-March 3, 2013

March 3, 2013 --

CDC bioterror labs cited for security flaws in audits Imperial Sugar: No prosecution Founders of Angel Food Ministries plead guilty Ex-DeKalb superintendent hired by program she promoted Vogtle nuclear project to take longer, cost ratepayers more Why were ParkAtlanta officials’ tickets dismissed? ATL streetcar project faces scrutiny Macon to get subsidized flights again A Savannah […]

Feb. 7

February 7, 2012 --

Diverted funds aid Perdue projects Corporal punishment legal in Georgia schools Karen Handel resigns from Komen after Planned Parenthood flap 9 protests filed over airport vending contracts Columbus senator backs bill to cap lobbyist gifts at $100 High court: Atlanta violated Open Meetings law ‘People still suffering’ four years after Imperial Sugar disaster Fulton tax […]

Aug. 7

August 7, 2011 --

HIV aid pipeline clogged by state Charity-care hospital regulations scrutinized Imperial Sugar knew of safety problem, attorney says Congressman proposes term limit for campaign donations State’s reporting on abortion not clear or helpful

Feb. 9

February 9, 2011 --

Gingrey’s malpractice bill raises issues about lawsuit against him DNR board not told of letters opposing water rule Retired UGA provost still among top earners Feds: Henry Co. law firm liable in bank failure Ex-cop fights for job after sex with prostitute Feds may crack down on dust build-ups that fed Imperial Sugar inferno Bill would […]

Feb. 7

February 7, 2011 --

Private firms collecting Fulton Co. back taxes fall behind Feds still might seek charges in Imperial Sugar explosion ATL mayor vetoes renewals of solid waste contracts

Aug. 6

August 6, 2010 --

DeKalb CEO’s campaign manager recommended contract termination ATL code compliance officer accused of shakedown Cheating charge halts ATL fire promotions Cyber school supporters say charter commission depriving students Athens chemical spill killed 15K fish Catoosa Co. magistrate being kept from office Judge: Jury should hear Imperial Sugar damage claims Grand jury to consider Tybee tasing […]

July 11

July 11, 2010 --

ATL schools’ cheating probe faces scrutiny Crowded hospitals leave mentally ill inmates in jail Barton on Imperial Sugar fines: The cost of doing business Oxendine target of mid-’90s probe Forsyth Co. planning director sues under whistleblower act

July 7

July 7, 2010 --

Motels become homes for rapists, child molesters Imperial Sugar to pay $4M fine in fatal refinery blast Judge: Transgender legislative aide wrongly fired Fulton elections board says ‘no’ to Norwood Doraville librarians resign after indecency flap 28K Ga. students got corporal punishment Court reporters double dipping Woman sues August VA hospital over hepatitis C

May 25

May 25, 2010 --

Eric Johnson didn’t disclose $289K in state payments Imperial Sugar agrees to fines for fatal refinery blast Acquitted kindergarten teacher files $25M lawsuit Should Ga. taxpayers subsidize Tenn. hospital’s helicopter? Union: New ATL garbage trucks dangerous Civil rights coalition targets voter verification Tybee police apologetic for ‘Tasing’ autistic teen Tybee ethics commission OKs restaurant deal

April 5

April 5, 2010 --

State leaders assay tax loopholes Next round in Imperial Sugar inferno dispute: May 18 hearing Pushing for mental health reform

April 1

April 1, 2010 --

Vernon Jones loses DeKalb discrimination suit 18 settle claims from 2008 Imperial Sugar explosion Cobb EMC’s directors decline to attend candidates’ forum Opinion: Hospital deal bad medicine for public

Nov. 10

November 10, 2009 --

Ga. insurer loaned $10M to CEO before being liquidated Imperial Sugar won’t discuss yearlong probe of 2008 refinery disaster N. Ga. judge charged with misconduct Former midstate judge charged with sexual battery Winder teacher sues, forced to resign over Facebook page Grand jury selected for Gwinnett land deals Judge tosses suit against Fulton Development Authority […]