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May 29

May 29, 2012 --

Senate leader Balfour piles up freebies Stadiums’ costs outweighing revenue potential Cherokee Co. grand jury may look into deal with wood recycling company Atlanta Citizen Review Board under scrutiny Questions remain about firefighters’ air packs Ocmulgee Circuit judge retires facing investigation Reward never paid to witness in 2003 cop killing case Council member lives outside […]

Oct. 19

October 19, 2011 --

Fish kill inquiry to include scrutiny of kaolin mines DeKalb schools institute ‘transparency’ measures Union City contractors refuse to talk about how they landed contract Warner Robins councilman indicted on extortion charges

Sept. 6

September 6, 2011 --

APS test-fraud detectives drawing scrutiny Lawsuits possible over canceled airport procurement Some fear utilities influenced Macon-area water plan PSC reviews rural phone subsidies

July 11

July 11, 2011 --

Cheating probe could get ex-APS official fired in Texas Gwinnett indigent defense billing system under scrutiny

May 15

May 15, 2011 --

Is Hall Co. transferring students to improve graduation rates? LNG trucking foes: Lobbyists, campaign cash stymied close scrutiny Deal’s office slams TV report about daughter-in-law

Feb. 10

February 10, 2011 --

Legis leaders deny Dems’ request for their own redistricting office ATL cops’ widow anxious over pension letter Audit: MARTA racked up lavish expenses Savannah to AG: No secret meetings held Scrutiny reduces CRCT test problems

Feb. 3

February 3, 2011 --

Ga. faces challenges caring for mentally ill Ruling could cost DeKalb schools millions more in legal fees DebtOne to pay $448K in fines, restitution Savannahians demand better scrutiny of LNG trucking Columbia Co. commissioner indicted on molestation charges Transgender worker fired by state awaits ruling

Nov. 2

November 2, 2010 --

APS board actions draw serious scrutiny Court revives Fulton taxpayer foundation’s lawsuit Atlanta Eagle’s lawyers want city fined over destruction of records Defender agency seeks special session for funds MCG, foundation set aside their differences Delay continues for Cobb EMC directors’ vote Bishop Eddie Long responds to lawsuits

Sept. 15

September 15, 2010 --

Deal could face financial insolvency after backing family business 7 other Bishop scholarships drawing scrutiny Five Ga. banks behind on TARP ‘Bodies’ exhibit promoter reaches deal with Missouri AG Athens preservation ordinance ineffective 2nd DeKalb school board member reprimanded Clayton Co. targets double-dipping by tax commissioner’s office

Aug. 1

August 1, 2010 --

Trooper in Damon Evans case drawing new scrutiny Answers sought after Clarke County chemical spill Pension, leave add up for ex-Savannah city manager

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

May 12

May 12, 2010 --

School sells diploma for $99 to dog Undocumented Kennesaw State student subject of scrutiny Supreme Court asked to decide whether Ga. can afford death penalty Lax oversight, bad loans doomed American United Bank Airport manager chastised for take-home vehicles ‘Special’ election in DeKalb is especially pointless Testing violations found in at least 5 school systems […]