Consumer Ransomware Attacks On The RiseA new report finds more computers are being seized by hackers. The information is held hostage unless the owner pays up.
West Virginia AG Files Lawsuit Over Equifax Data BreachA data breach last year that the West Virginia's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against Equifax over lawsuit says affected about 740,000 West Virginia residents.
Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty To Filing False ReturnsFederal prosecutors say a Columbus tax preparer has pleaded guilty to filing more than 180 fraudulent tax returns.
Health Officials Launch HIV/AIDS Website Health officials in Georgia have launched an online clearinghouse for information related to HIV/AIDS in the state.
Arriving Passengers Receive Flier With Information About Ebola Authorities at Atlanta's airport are distributing information about Ebola to passengers arriving from countries where the disease has been detected.
Reward For Suspects Who Sullied Ole Miss StatueA $25,000 reward is available for information leading to the arrest of two men involved in sullying the James Meredith statue at the University of Mississippi.
Georgia Man Accused Of Inmate Identity TheftFederal prosecutors say a grand jury has indicted an Atlanta man accused of using prisoners' personal information in a nationwide identity theft scheme.
Georgia Man Serving Prison Time For Telling False Information To Investigators A metro Atlanta man has been sentenced after prosecutors say he falsely told investigators he was hired by terrorists to build a weapon to use on a passenger airplane.
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