First Slice 5-6-15: APD must retrain police force in 90 days to complete Atlanta Eagle raid settlement, judge says
Plus, New Georgia Project investigation grows
Atlanta Police will finally begin retraining its officers following the botched Atlanta Eagle raid six years ago. The police department was supposed to have already conducted that training as part of a federal civil rights lawsuit settlement. A federal judge ordered APD to finish the training within 90 days.
How did Mayor Kasim Reed react to news that his friend and business partner is the subject of a grand jury investigation? Surprised.
The Secretary of State's voter fraud investigation into New Georgia Project, House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams' voter registration initiative, has expanded to 15 counties.
Why is the city trying to raise millions of additional dollars through higher traffic fines?
Some Peoplestown residents are upset with the low offers city officials have made to buy property following flood damages from three years ago.
After years of sitting idle, the historic Rufus Rose House on Peachtree Street could soon be turned into an arts space.