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First Slice 7/8/15: Atlanta Airport won't slow down during $430 million renovation

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Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport won't slow down its flight operations during its upcoming $430 million renovation. Now which firm is going to get the bid?


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Why does Georgia's Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens attend conventions instead of review rate increases?

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A New York Times study shows the Atlanta Police has among the smallest racial disparities between its officers and residents in the nation. Where is that gap the highest? Douglasville, Powder Springs, Marietta, Covington, and Fayetteville.

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MARTA authorities yesterday evacuated the Civic Center station after reports of smoke in its tunnel.

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Bridal dresses and accessories that the Federal Bureau of Investigation seized from a former Alaskan drug dealer are up for auction in Atlanta.

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A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study has found that heroin addiction has doubled among women over the past decade. And the drug's use in households making annual household incomes of $50,000 or more has grown by roughly 60 percent.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation raided the home of longtime Subway spokesman Jared Fogle. The investigation comes more than two months after his foundation's executive director was arrested on federal child pornography charges.

ICYMI: Kickback allegations have sparked a building permits audit.



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