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First Slice 4-2-13: Indicted Atlanta Public Schools educators begin turning themselves in

Plus, when will Atlanta bars become smoke-free?

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Three former educators indicted in the Atlanta Public Schools' CRCT cheating scandal turned themselves in early this morning. More than 30 others, including one-time superintendent Beverly Hall, are expected to do same today.

In case you missed Wired's well-timed post yesterday, they outlined military defense strategies for Tennessee just in case Georgia attempts to reclaim land along its northern border.

MARTA launched a shiny new app that lets riders report crimes and other suspicious activities.


WABE raises the question: When will Atlanta bars become smoke-free?

President Barack Obama will announce a new $100 million initiative today that will attempt to map the human brain and "show how millions of brain cells interact."

"The Walking Dead" has transformed Senoia, Ga., a town of 3,300 permanent residents, into a tourist attraction.

Finally, the Braves beat the Phillies 7 to 5 on opening day. Chipper Jones threw out the first pitch.





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