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GPB Evening Headlines For June 8, 2018

Jun 8, 2018

  • Republican candidate for governor Casey Cagle appears to be caught on tape saying he pushed a bill he didn't like through the Senate so an opponent would lose out on millions in support.
  • A highway reopened more than a month after a plane crash killed nine National Guard airmen from Puerto Rico.
  • Seventeen alumni are suing a school in North Georgia.


  • Wheel Chair User Sue Atlanta For Alleged ADA Violations
  • Federal Judge Blocks D.O.E. Move To Halt MOX Construction at SRS
  • Cagle Admits Making Senate Decisions For Personal Political Gain

GPB Morning Headlines For Friday, June 8, 2018

Jun 8, 2018


  • Record-Breaking Number Of Guns Confiscated At Atlanta Airport In May
  • Cold Weather Cause For Shrimp Season Delay
  • Medical Board Suspends 'YouTube-Singing' Dermatologist


  • Fulton County Decriminalizes Marijuana
  • Federal Funding For Savannah Harbor Expansion Clears House
  • GA DNR Fielding More Alligator Calls This Spring


  •  Cobb County Faces Budget Shortage
  • New Study Suggests Changes To SNAP Program
  • City Of Atlanta Moves Forward With Plans To Demolish Blight

  • Cobb County Could Close Parks, Libraries
  • Augusta Commissioners Pass Smoking Ban In Public Spaces
  • DeKalb County Mega-Church Pastor Resigns

  • Robert F. Kennedy's Legacy Of Fighting For Civil Rights In The South
  • APS Extends Superintendant Meria Carstarphen Until 2020
  • Foster Care System In Georgia Could Be Harmed By Family First Act


  • APS Renews Superintendent Meria Carstarphen's Contract
  • MARTA To Take Over Atlanta Streetcar Operations
  • K-12 Educator Scope Cyber Curriculm In Augusta This Week

GPB Evening Headlines For Monday June 4, 2018

Jun 4, 2018

  • Supreme Court Ruling On Colorado Baker Could Impact Georgia
  • Atlanta Cyberattack Fallout Continues As Dashcam Footage Is Lost
  • DeKalb County Schools Sue City Of Atlanta Over 


  • Contract Worker Hit, Killed By MARTA Train
  • NSA Leaker Reality Winner Marks One Year In Jail
  • Georgia Tech Basketball Coach Cleared Of Sexual Assault Charges

GPB Morning Headlines For Monday, June 4, 2018

Jun 4, 2018

  • Athens Officer Fired After Striking Fleeing Man With Patrol Car
  • APD Chief Erika Shields Says All Dashcam Footage Lost After March Cyberattack
  • Atlanta Braves See Sharp Rise In Ratings During First Place Season


  • Flash Flood Risk In North Georgia
  • Proposed Changes At Savannah River Site Prompt South Carolina AG To File Suit
  • Former Braves Pitcher John Smoltz Plays U.S. Senior Open

  • Senator Johnny Isakson discusses the new VA Mission Act
  • At least 80 Dacula High School students face discpline after cheating on final exams
  • REPORT:  10,000 items of contraband taken from GA prisoners in first three months of 2018

  • President Of Marietta-Based Religious Charity Arrested
  • Army Corps Says Stay Off Of Lake Lanier & Chattahoochee River
  • GDOT Investigating Augusta Streets For ADA Violations

  • Atlanta Beltline Hiring Contractors For Southside Corridor Work
  • Chatham County Wants Fishery Disaster Declaration
  • Former APS HR Director Millicent Few Loses New Job


  • Fulton County Facing Homeowners Lawsuit
  • Sex Offender Registry Losing Funding
  • M-B Stadium Roof Construction Underway



  • Atlanta Reservoir Leaking
  • Another Georgia Inmate Dies In Custody
  • GA. Dept. Of Natural Resources Short On Game  Wardens


  • FBI Atlanta Office Head Dies From Ground Zero Contaminant Exposure

  • APS Develops Active Shooter Training For Teachers And Students

  • Braves Rookie Acuna Injured In Win Over Red Sox

  • McIver Hit With Wrongful Death Lawsuit
  • First Named Storm System Of Season Threatens Memorial Day Plans
  • M-B Stadium Roof Construction Starts Back Up Next Week


  • Abrams Addresses Dems Dinner
  • Justice Department Investigating Savannah Police Shooting
  • Persistent Rains Impacting Peanut Growers


  • Report Says Reed's Protection Officers Spent $90K On City Credit Cards
  • MomoCon 2018 In Atlanta This Weekend
  • Richmond County Commissioner Elect Pressured To Step Down Because Of Facebook Posts

  • Tex McIver Sentenced To Life With Possibility Of Parole
  • MomoCon Returns To Atlanta This Weekend
  • Atlanta Falcons React To New NFL Anthem Protest Policy  

  • It Is Primary Election Day In Georgia
  • City Council Approves Land Purchase For Piedmont Park Expansion
  • New Abortion Clinic In Macon Draws Protestors


  • Primary elections for Georgia's gubernatorial race held from 7am-7pm today
  • New investigation finds mental illness played a role in 10% of Georgia jail deaths
  • Protestors gather outside of new site for Macon abortion clinic


  • GA Supreme Court Rules Pardoned Sex Offender Does Not Have To Register
  • DeKalb Officer Who Killed Unarmed Vet Suffering From PTSD In Court Today
  • Lewis, Carter Deliver Graduation Addresses


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