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Jan. 10

January 10, 2012 --

State Patrol: ‘Corrections will be made’ after crash that killed Braves trainer’s wife Airport concessions director had past ties to 3 winning bidders ATL school board member accused of meddling with contracts Position still vacant year after ‘love offering’ magistrate’s reappointment rescinded Special prosecutor named to consider charges against ex-Judge Amanda Williams

Dec. 22

December 23, 2011 --

State to cut staff for HIV prevention City of ATL employee claims retaliation after investigation of mayor’s brother Fulton County attorney: Shifting tax funds violated state law Ex-teacher of the year among accused cheaters in Dougherty County schools Special prosecutor may review charges against retiring Brunswick judge AG seeks details on possible Macon meetings violations

Aug. 12

August 12, 2011 --

Mistrial, acquittals in AL corruption trial of ex-GA legislative aide Special prosecutor assigned to investigate Muscogee Co. judges APS billed over $125K for Beverly Hall’s legal fees Dem leader threatens colleagues who back GOP redistricting plan 1,760 GA elected officials skirt financial disclosure deadline Augusta city administrator rejects calls for resignation

Sept. 10

September 10, 2010 --

Sanford Bishop steered scholarships to family Disabled Georgians sue over program cuts DeKalb: ‘Accreditation is safe’; lawmakers not so sure State Board of Education adopts governance, ethics standards Still no sale of Golf Hall property DA names special prosecutor for Warner Robins councilman

Nov. 11

November 11, 2009 --

Lawsuit claims prison guard got away with inmate rape ATL mayoral candidate explains late tax payments Special prosecutor sought to investigate N.Ga. judge Six more educators in test scandal may face sanctions Case could decide whether Ga. can afford the death penalty

Ex-Chattooga County judge facing possible $100K fine

Ex-Chattooga County judge facing possible $100K fine
June 3, 2009 --

The State Elections Board hasn’t decided an alleged vote-fixing case in Chattooga County yet, but they sure sounded Tuesday like they want to drop the hammer on former State Court Judge Carlton Vines (right). “We’re looking at basically a $100,000 fine,” board member Randy Evans said, drawing a gasp from spectators in the packed room. […]