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Natural Resources chief recommended

ATLANTA — Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue and Gov.-elect Nathan Deal have recommended state Rep. Mark Williams to be commissioner of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

12/07/10 - 11:17am

Atlanta motorist found shot dead


ATLANTA — Police are investigating after a man was found dead behind the wheel of a car in northeast Atlanta.

12/07/10 - 9:28am

Local crimes part of nationwide fraud fight, officials say

Authorities have included two local fraud cases as part of a nationwide sweep to target investment fraud spearheaded by the U.S. Justice Department.

12/07/10 - 9:26am

Ga. police catch former Salvation Army bell-ringer

OAKWOOD, Ga. — Police have arrested a man they say may use the familiar Salvation Army bell ringer's accessories to scam people out of money.

12/07/10 - 3:47pm

Ex-college student sentenced in Savannah attack

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- A former Savannah College of Art and Design student was sentenced Monday to six years in prison - with 12 months in the county jail - for attacking a 77-year-old man.

12/07/10 - 10:43am

State wary of changing Georgia farm rules

JEKYLL ISLAND - The one who spoke least Monday at the Georgia Farm Bureau meeting may have said the most that farmers wanted to hear.

12/07/10 - 2:03pm

U.S. judge upholds Brunswick protest rule

BRUNSWICK, Ga.  - A federal judge has ruled Brunswick police may continue to enforce the city's disorderly conduct ordinance and have the legal authority to ask small groups of protesters whether they have a permit to demonstrate.

12/07/10 - 6:23am

SC man arrested after daughter's boyfriend is shot

BLUFFTON, S.C. — Authorities say a father is charged with voluntary manslaughter after he shot and killed his 27-year-old daughter's boyfriend.

12/06/10 - 6:42pm

Verdict in Atlanta repo man shooting

ATLANTA — A Fulton County jury has found a man guilty of killing one man and wounding another when they tried to repossess his car.

12/06/10 - 6:03pm

Court to look at huge Wal-Mart sex bias lawsuit

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court will consider whether to keep alive the largest job discrimination case in U.S. history, a lawsuit against Wal-Mart that grew from a half-dozen women to a class action that could involve billions of dollars for more than a half million female workers.

12/06/10 - 5:58pm
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