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Bill Cosby is lead from the courtroom after being found guilty in sexual assault trial

Bill Cosby Convicted

TV icon Bill Cosby has been found guilty of all 3 counts of sexual assault against him. A jury in Norristown, PA, deliberated for more than 14 days over two days before reaching a verdict. Cosby, who is 80 years old, was convicted of aggravatd indecent assault for drugging and assaulting Andrea...
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Kasim Reed Bonuses Called Illegal and Atrocious

Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore says "I'm sad for the city, and for what we're going through." Moore is referring to reports, by Atlanta television station Fox 5, that former Mayor Kasim Reed paid out more than $500,000 in bonuses and contest winnings during his last year in office. As...
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Atlanta Lawyer Guilty of Murdering Wife

Atlanta attorney Claud "Tex" McIver could be headed to prison for the rest of his life. That's among the sentencing options, with the decision to be announced on May 23. Monday, a 12-person panel of 7 women and 5 men, found McIver guilty of the September 2016 shooting death of his wife Diane. They...
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Voter Registration Deadline Tuesday

If you want a say in who becomes Georgia's next governor, you might want to check your voter status. Tuesday, April 24, is the deadline to register to vote in the General Primary Election on May 22. There are also a number of other races that will be on the ballot, including Lt. Governor, and for...
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Arrests At Neo Nazi Rally

Handcuffs and shackles. They were placed on about a dozen people arrested in Newnan over the weekend during a rally organized by neo nazis. More than 1000 people were present Saturday for the White Nationalists gathering. The crowd included neo nazi supporters, along with, counter protesters and...
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Atlanta Students Walk Out Again Over Gun Control

Hundreds of metro Atlanta students participated in National Walkout Day Friday. Many left class early and made their way to Liberty Plaza across from the Georgia State Capitol. It marks the 19th anniversary of the shooting at Columbine High School. That's when 2 students went on a shooting rampage...
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G-Day: The good, the bad, the expected!

By Jarrett Smith Saturday is a big day in Athens. You won’t see it show up on the standings for the 2018 season but for the people in the stands and the recruits in attendance, the electricity and anticipation will be as high as it has been in years. Coming off the heartbreaking loss in the...
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Falcons Release Full 2018 Schedule

The National Football League announced the schedule for each of its 32 teams on Thursday. Here are the details on the 2018 slate: The Atlanta Falcons will play six games within its division, the NFC South. The two other divisions the Falcons will face are the NFC East and the AFC North. Because of...
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Former Atlanta Mayor Receives Corruption Case Subpoena

Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is apparently working to produce documents that have been requested by federal prosecutors. It was January 2017 when I asked then-Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed what, if any role, he played in the ongoing cash-for-contracts federal investigation, he told me "the role I...
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Tax Day 2018! Extra Day Wednesday!

Update: Because of a problem with the IRS computer system, taxpayers have until midnight tonight (Wednesday-April 18, 2018) to file their taxes or to request an extension. Story originally written on Tuesday: April 17, 2017 Today is tax day. But, not every post office is staying open late tonight,...
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