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Feb. 14

February 14, 2012 --

Muscogee prison investigation finds gross misconduct, abuse, sexual relationships Infection rate too high in 7 Georgia hospitals Line between megachurch and Eddie Long’s estate is murky PARKatlanta writing fraudulent tickets Lobbyist handouts not fully disclosed Atlanta Housing Authority commissioners investigated Construction industry unaffected by illegal immigration law More APS educators barred from classroom Advocates push […]

Jan. 23

January 23, 2012 --

Documents show college merger was carefully scripted Day cares fall short of safety standards Two fired, two suspended at Augusta youth prison Whistleblower in Victor Hill indictment speaks out Suit could cost DeKalb schools millions HOPE Scholarship’s future may be more dire Atlanta to repay $363K for cheating Savannah halts funding to Entrepreneurial Center amid […]

Dec. 28

December 28, 2011 --

Ethics reform effort won’t get help from House speaker On state DNR board, no future for a ‘green conservative’ Airport concession winners linked to city officials Common Cause: Airport bids need more time for review Newly recovered court files cast doubt on Gingrich’s version of first divorce Ga. among states where workers can pad pensions […]

Nov. 27

November 27, 2011 --

Authority chairman’s city job, pay raise questions for Savannah council

Nov. 8

November 8, 2011 --

State immigration law beset with gaps, confusion Testimony: Fulton teacher abused special-needs students, principal ignored it Hundreds of Ga. teachers failed certification test Trial begins today in tea party group’s suit vs. founder Rayonier acknowledges issues with Altamaha River waste Savannah authority’s audit shows high costs for food, office supplies

Nov. 5

November 5, 2011 --

South downtown must be fixed for ATL to thrive ATL mayor’s bro quits after driving city vehicle without license Tax hikes don’t stop DeKalb officials’ travel Savannah firefighters deliver message for alderman

Oct. 31

October 31, 2011 --

Homeless shelter alleges conspiracy to shut it down Former CEO accused of targeting churchgoers 2 women accused Herman Cain of inappropriate behavior Savannah Riverkeeper says it’s closing in on source of fish kill

Sept. 9

September 9, 2011 --

Police accused of conducting illegal, humiliating strip searches Chatham Co. lobbyist still representing LNG firm Cobb EMC ordered back to court over ex-CEO’s compensation Ethics chief arrives amid makeover Savannah film audit leads to wider probe More fish dying on Ogeechee

July 30

July 30, 2011 --

Draft map puts Savannah congressman in another’s district PSC’s Tim Echols defends his travel expenses AG cites Forsyth Co. for Open Meetings violation  

July 29

July 29, 2011 --

Cobb school board accused of violating laws, blacklisting Forest Park councilwoman ousted in chaotic meeting ATL principals say test monitors prevented cheating Ogeechee riverkeeper to sue Screven Co. industry Savannah council coached on open meetings, records laws

July 8

July 8, 2011 --

Ex-Gwinnett commissioner’s indictment tossed Former Cobb EMC chief reindicted on theft, racketeering charges Hospice problems raise concerns on oversight Savannah lawmaker underreports company’s state income by $1.8M Woman claims Fulton officer blackmailed her into sex Interim sup’t takes first steps to combat APS cheating scandal Governor reopens Dougherty Co. CRCT probe

June 18

June 18, 2011 --

Charter schools group says Gwinnett funding offer violates law Attorney general: Savannah council broke law Beazer to pay $16M to settle claim on failed Nevada deal Hall Co. court clerk missing nearly $11K