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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. 13

December 13, 2011 --

Ex-officer, whistleblower sues Georgia National Guard Brunswick judge facing new charges of favoritism Thousands in Georgia getting probation again and again Ga. DOT, contractor to pay nearly $3M to settle EPA complaint Dougherty Co. school board calls for school lunch probe

Univ. of West Ga. VP quits after $272K whistleblower firing

Univ. of West Ga. VP quits after $272K whistleblower firing
October 17, 2011 --

A top University of West Georgia official is resigning, two months after his termination of a whistleblower cost taxpayers $272,000. A state audit in April found that university VP Michael Ruffner had improperly hired Capitol Hill lobbyists and questioned the firing of an assistant who complained about it.

 

Oct. 6

October 6, 2011 --

Whistleblower suit in ATL targets major banks State looking at HOT lane changes; drivers fight back Citizens demand Ogeechee oversight

June 24

June 24, 2011 --

Isakson: Give whistleblower status to Peace Corps volunteers FAA proposes $250K fine for AirTran

Dec. 14

December 14, 2010 --

Megachurch leaders linked to controversial mortgage venture Georgia to pay Ethics Commission whistleblower $280K Columbus Strangler to seek new trial after DNA test ATL City Hall spends thousands on bottled water Top lawmaker will push for more limits on lobbyists EPA mandates DeKalb clean water-sewer system Local judge takes Kenerly bribery case

Dec. 3

December 3, 2010 --

Disgraced judge’s convictions, sentences may be overturned Ga. Tech-based non-profit execs indicted in racketeering case Whistleblower claims filed against Fulton Co. government No ethics findings for ATL school board members Beazer fined $825K for Clean Water Act violations 11Alive obtains list of firms asked to fund MARTA party Elective surgeries resume at Augusta VA hospital […]

June 6

June 6, 2009 --

Whistleblower says Imperial told him not to describe danger at doomed plant Austin Scott: Regents shouldn’t be doing business with University System Past criminal case crops up in suit between Augusta center, ex-director