First Slice 5/13/15: Were Georgia's execution drugs cloudy" due to cold storage temperature or pharmacy error?"

Judicial appointments in DeKalb, a train crash in Philadelphia, and more


Remember how Georgia officials said its execution drugs were "cloudy" due to a cold storage temperature? There might be another reason...

Gov. Nathan Deal has appointed two new judges to DeKalb County State Court. One the appointees, state Rep. Mike Jacobs, R-Brookhaven, has resigned from his longtime Gold Dome seat, prompting a special election later this year.

A jury has acquitted Lanier Parking Solutions Founder J. Michael Robison of rape charges that he faced in Nantucket, Mass.

Who was behind the lewd image appearing on a Buckhead digital billboard? Atlanta Police are looking for answers. "It is highly disturbing, aggravating, obnoxious and illegal," Atlanta City Councilwoman Howard Shook told WXIA-TV.

Downtown Decatur's long-beloved Dairy Queen will reopen sometime in 2016.

Matt Kenny, a Madison Police Department officer charged in the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson, won't be charged for his role in the incident.

Why has it taken Tennessee nearly four decades to build a nuclear power plant?

At least six people have died and 65 people were taken to hospitals after a Amtrak train crashed late Tuesday night. The train, which was carrying 243 passengers from Washington D.C. to New York, derailed near Philadelphia. “It is an absolute disastrous mess,” Mayor Michael Nutter said. “I have never seen anything like this in my life.”

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