Push for broader (and riskier) public pension investment policies Opinion: Shorter’s shrunken head Morrow city official ruffled feathers at times
Shorter U. requires employees to reject homosexuality Help for domestic violence victims declining Failing museum costs taxpayers $700K per year EEOC sues S. Ga, farm, alleges discrimination against U.S. workers Judge OKs $1.25B settlement for black farmers CEO-style bonuses at APS may end with Hall Group voiced concerns about Fort Benning land deal
Major security breach at ATL airport exposed Tubman Museum deal won’t pay back SPLOST cash
Delta Air Lines posted third-quarter profit of $549 million today, thanks to fare increases and strong corporate travel, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. So why exactly did Delta need a $15 million-a-year exemption from sales taxes on jet fuel? You’ll have to ask the Georgia General Assembly
How ATL argues against — and for — the Eagle raid officers Male revue party held at ATL rec center DeKalb schools hiring a consultant to cut jobs, save money Gwinnett commissioners delay ethics policy vote Cain had Ga. tax lien from 2006
A closer look at protests in five countries — including the tent occupations that prefigured Occupy Wall Street. Many of the protests elsewhere grew out of movements that pre-date Occupy Wall Street and out of frustrations that, though similar in some ways, are also specific to their countries.
Ga. seeks to strike down Voting Rights Act Cobb EMC delays action on transparency Dougherty Co. principals who invoked 5th Amendment named
ATL restaurant franchises cost taxpayers millions
Atlanta firefighters take much longer than they should to respond to emergencies, measured against national standards, and the delays are getting worse. Training, more dispatchers and a 911 audit to ferret out the cause of extraordinary delays — not necessarily more firefighters — may be the best solution, city auditor Leslie Ward says.
Man at center of New Birth investment probe speaks out Attorneys in Forsyth Co. death penalty case claim they’re not being paid Investigator: Dougherty Co. school cheating probe nets 10 confessions