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Oct. 20

October 20, 2011 --

Grady under inspection after patient’s fatal fall Bishop Eddie Long sued over alleged investment fraud ATL woman arrested by mistake, spends 53 days in jail

April 14

April 14, 2011 --

Opinion: Dear state, please don’t cave in to Arthur Blank Murray Co. commissioner accused of sexually assaulting worker Judge accused of smoking pot faces hearing Lawmakers restore domestic violence shelter funds Feds crack down on SunTrust mortgage practices SACS sends letter to Cobb school board Toxins linger in East Athens stream Ex-DeKalb court clerk to […]

March 15

March 16, 2011 --

Georgia Power’s reactor plans questioned Mistake costs ATL schools $48M, delays projects Legislation could enhance, restrict access UGA’s Richt punished over Crowell violation Certification agency takes no action against Warner Robins chief

Jan. 17

January 17, 2011 --

ATL Council committee seeks AHA eviction, relocation data Inmate charged in home invasion freed by mistake Crosby to chair Senate Ethics Committee

Aug. 31

August 31, 2010 --

Former teachers claim Gwinnett had covert layoffs AirTran fined $500K for treatment of disabled passengers WellStar agrees to $2.7M settlement with state Industries defend state tax exemptions Augusta VA nurses protest work conditions Bar settles for $1M after customer’s fatal DUI RYDC director arrested in gambling raid Audit: Central Ga. agencies hit & miss in […]

Hudgens discloses $100K loan to campaign, admits oversight

Hudgens discloses $100K loan to campaign, admits oversight
July 14, 2010 --

Sen. Ralph Hudgens says he loaned his campaign the money to pay for two weeks of TV ads but neglected to file the necessary last-minute disclosures. The Madison County Republican, a candidate for state insurance commissioner, says he could file complaints against several opponents if he chose, but “I want to honor Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment of ‘Speak no ill of your Republican brothers.'”

Oct. 30

October 30, 2009 --

Family of woman killed in APD raid seeks sanctions Corps’ summer dredging killed sea turtles Georgia is an easy grader, according to national review GBI report on shooting of Lavonia pastor to remain confidential Election shenanigans afoot in Lithonia council race Discrimination claims investigated in Barrow Technical college makes mistake on stimulus jobs

Judge fines Atlanta’s Jim Maddox $6,650

Judge fines Atlanta's Jim Maddox $6,650
April 13, 2009 --

A judge has ordered Atlanta City Councilman Jim Maddox (right) to pay a $6,650 fine for failing to report tens of thousands of dollars in campaign expenditures. Maddox, a councilman for 32 years, filed three reports indicating his campaign spent no money during the last six months of 2005. He amended the reports several months […]