First Slice 4/28/15: Metro Atlanta company refuses to print wedding invitations for gay couple
Freddie Gray protests, Volvo eyes Georgia plant, and more
The owner of a AlphaGraphics franchise in Suwanee refused to print wedding invitations for a lesbian couple. The company's corporate officials quickly issued an apology and promised to print the cards.
Does Georgia have a gerrymandering problem? The Washington Post says there's no question.Despite threats of a potential protest, embattled comic Bill Cosby, who has faced accusations of sexual assault in recent months, plans to move forward with his May 2 performance at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.
The family of Bounkham Phonesavanh, the toddler who last year nearly died during a botched drug raid in Habersham County, has received a $964,000 settlement.
Officials are taking steps to approve a giant 1,900-acre site near Savannah that could become the home of Volvo's first-ever American car plant. The Chinese auto company is considering building a manufacturing plant in either Georgia or South Carolina.
The construction of a new $108 million judicial building is now on hold after state lawmakers nixed funding for the site in the upcoming budget.
Note: This story's been updated to correct an error. Volvo Car Corp., originally a Swedish car manufacturer, is now owned by a Chinese company.
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