Mayor Reed: Thank You All For Your Leadership And Your Sacrifice Civil Rights leaders, and the families of leaders who have passed on, applauded, nodded, and prayed. They attended the City of Atlanta's commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Selma-Montgomery March. Monday's event, in the Atrium of City Hall,... GOP Gov. Walker Plans 4 Events In South Carolina Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is making his first trip to early primary state South Carolina later this month.
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Prosecutor To Seek Charge Against Police Chief Who Shot Wife Peachtree City Police Chief William McCollom will face a single misdemeanor charge of reckless conduct for shooting his wife while she slept on New Year's Day. Man Sentenced After Hiding Income In Foreign Bank Accounts Federal prosecutors say an Atlanta man has been sentenced to four months in prison for hiding income in foreign bank accounts.
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