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Testimony set to resume in ethics commission trial
Testimony is set to resume in the trial of a lawsuit filed by the former Georgia ethics commission director, who alleges retaliation for investigating complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal.
911 dispatcher helps own father on 1st day of job
A Georgia 911 operator is being nominated for a national award for training a colleague, who took a call from her own family during her first day on the job and helped dispatch an ambulance to her father.
Ump’s call overturned in Braves game, 1st time by expanded replay
An umpire’s call was overturned Monday for the first time under Major League Baseball’s expanded replay system, with Milwaukee Brewers star Ryan Braun ruled out instead of safe.
Georgia Grown Symposium cultivates the business of food
Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black on Monday announced the second Georgia Grown Symposium on April 22 in Perry.
Trial begins in ethics commission suit
Allegations that the state ethics commission retaliated against top staffers in an effort to stifle an investigation of Gov. Nathan Deal’s personal and campaign finance reports have been at the center of two lawsuits pending in Fulton County Superior Court.
Atlanta archbishop apologizes over $2.2M mansion
The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Atlanta apologized Monday for building a $2.2 million mansion for himself, a decision criticized by local Catholics who cited the example of austerity set by the new pope.
Journalist involved in NSA leak to win UGA award
The journalist most associated with the coverage of Edward Snowden’s leak of phone and Internet surveillance by the National Security Agency will be this year’s recipient of the University of Georgia’s McGill Medal for Journalistic Courage.
Georgia district lines mean strong GOP advantage
Georgia is undoubtedly a conservative-leaning state.
Secretary of State launches online voter registration app
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp today launched two new technology advances that will serve Georgia voters.
Trial to begin in ethics commission lawsuit
A trial is scheduled to begin today in the lawsuit of a former state ethics commission employee who alleges retaliation for investigating complaints against Gov. Nathan Deal.
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