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B.J. Williams

B.J. Williams





Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • White House confirms Obama will nominate Hagel, Brennan
    The White House confirms that President Barack Obama will be nominating former Republican senator Chuck Hagel and counterterrorism adviser John Brennan today to be key players in his second-term national security team.
  • SCOGA upholds Gwinnett man's murder conviction
    Georgia's highest court has upheld a murder conviction and life sentence for a man convicted of stabbing his estranged wife to death in a Walmart parking lot in front of their young daughters.
  • Feds spent $18 billion on immigration enforcement
    The Obama administration spent more money on immigration enforcement in the last fiscal year than all other federal law enforcement agencies combined
  • Alabama teen accused of plotting to bomb classmates
    An eastern Alabama high school student faces an attempted assault charge after authorities say he planned to use homemade explosives in a terrorist attack on fellow students at his school.
  • Gwinnett County homicide rate rises in 2012
    One of Georgia's largest counties saw a spike a homicides in 2012 after four consecutive years of decline.
  • Gainesville business damaged by fire
    Gainesville firefighters spent part of their Friday night battling a blaze at Speedy Oil Change on Shallowford Road.
  • Mecum, Stowe to be sworn in Monday
    Hall County Commission Chairman-elect Dick Mecum and District 4 Commissioner-elect Jeff Stowe will be sworn into office during a ceremony at the Hall County Government Center Monday.
  • Girls basketball: Lady Red Elephants defeat Lady Red Devils
    The Gainesville High School Lady Red Elephants opened season play Friday night with a 40-33 victory over Loganville's Lady Red Devils.
  • Coondog reported trapped in culvert remains missing
    After waiting three days for help from local officials, a Dahlonega family called on an animal rights group to help them recover their dog from a culvert along Long Branch Road.
  • White Co. vineyard will shut down
    One of Northeast Georgia's pioneer vineyards will be closing.
  • Property feud prompts triple shooting in Elbert Co.
    Three women have been wounded and the gunman is dead following a fight over property in Elbert County Thursday.
  • Forsyth crews rescue stranded deer
    A deer is recovering after firefighters and animal control officers rescued the animal from a storage pond at a wastewater treatment plant in Forsyth County.
  • Forsyth Co. officials baffled by mystery trash bags
    Officials with Forsyth County admit that they are baffled by a case in which dozens of black trash bags, some filled with human waste, are being tossed in a neighborhood near Cumming.
  • Gainesville Habitat home damaged by thieves
    A family waiting on a new home will have to wait even longer now that thieves have damaged the Gainesville house that was being built by Habitat for Humanity volunteers.
  • Hall Co. MANS agents arrest three in drug bust
    Hall County drug agents started the New Year with the arrests of three people who apparently were running a drug operation out of an apartment on the east side of Gainesville.
  • Deal announces date for State of State address
    Gov. Nathan Deal is scheduled to deliver his annual State of the State address on Jan. 17.
  • Sandy Hook kids face 1st classes since shooting
    The Newtown schools superintendent says preparations have been made for a "normal" day, yet it will likely be anything but that when classes resume for Sandy Hook Elementary School students for the first time since a gunman killed 20 of their classmates.
  • Six die during New Year's holiday travel period
    Six people were killed in traffic crashes in Georgia over the 102-hour New Year's holiday travel period, including one person from north Georgia.
  • House vote averts dive off fiscal cliff, partisan bickering continues
    An emergency deal reached after weeks of rancorous negotiations will keep the U.S. from driving off the so-called fiscal cliff, but higher taxes and continued political bickering in Washington threaten to shake the fragile U.S. economy well into 2013.
  • Staff shakeup announced at Augusta youth detention center
    The assistant director of security at the Augusta Youth Detention Campus, Melvin Womble, has been dismissed, the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice announced Tuesday.
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