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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Man's body pulled from Lake Allatoona
    Authorities say the body of a man who drowned in a north Georgia lake has been recovered.
  • Feds urge southeastern states to develop rail plan
    The head of the Federal Railroad Administration is calling on state officials to develop a shared vision of rail service along the southeast corridor.
  • Mom arrested after baby found crawling on Ga. road
    Authorities in Madison County say the mother of a 1-year-old girl found crawling along a highway now has been charged with child cruelty and reckless conduct.
  • Gainesville woman charged in murder of boyfriend
    A Gainesville woman has been charged with murder after her live-iin boyfriend died from injuries he sustained in a stabbing incident last week.
  • Veteran Hall Co. jailer fired after altercation with inmate
    A 25-year veteran of the Hall County Sheriff's Office has lost his job following an altercation at the Hall County Jail a week ago.
  • Unattended child rescued from car in Augusta
    Sheriff's officials in eastern Georgia say a woman accused of leaving her infant in an unattended vehicle has been arrested.
  • Deal to visit Israel on trade mission
    Gov. Nathan Deal is heading to Israel for a trade mission that will include visits to historical sites and meetings with government and business officials.
  • Father charged after death of toddler left in hot vehicle
    Police say a toddler has died after being left in an SUV all day in Cobb County, and his father has now been charged with murder in the incident.
  • Federal agency to upgrade Toccoa infrastructure
    The U.S. Department of Commerce is investing $1.42 million to upgrade a north Georgia city's water and sewer system in hopes that the improvements will encourage economic growth.
  • Summer job seekers push Ga.'s jobless rate to 7.2 percent in May
    The Georgia Department of Labor announced today that Georgia’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for May was 7.2 percent, up three-tenths of a percentage point from a revised 6.9 percent in April.
  • Forecasters warn of storms throughout Georgia
    Forecasters are warning of isolated and scattered thunderstorms throughout most of Georgia.
  • Clermont child care center under investigation
    State child welfare agencies have joined the Hall County Sheriff's Office in an investigation of a child care center in Clermont.
  • Ga. wildlife officials urge patience with geese
    Georgia wildlife officials are asking landowners to be patient with Canada geese during their summer molting period.
  • Wellons executed just before midnight
    Georgia has executed a man convicted of raping and killing his 15-year-old neighbor.
  • Gainesville City Council gives the okay to FY 2015 budget
    With no discussion and no public comment, Gainesville City Council gave final approval Tuesday evening to the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
  • No sign of missing Gilmer Co. man since Sunday night
    Gilmer County authorities have released a new photo of an Alzheimer's patient who has been missing since late Sunday night, hoping the public can help find Earl Townsend.
  • Delta Air Lines reopens museum after renovations
    Delta Air Lines is re-opening a museum at its Atlanta headquarters after extensive renovations in hopes of luring tourists to the company's original aircraft maintenance hangars on the north edge of the world's busiest airport.
  • US forces move into Iraq with security mission
    Nearly 300 armed American forces are being positioned in and around Iraq to help secure U.S. assets as President Barack Obama nears a decision on an array of options for combating fast-moving Islamic insurgents, including airstrikes or a contingent of special forces.
  • Nebraska town braces for massive tornado cleanup
    Residents of Pilger braced for a massive cleanup after a storm with dual tornadoes tore through their tiny northeast Nebraska town, killing a 5-year-old and damaging more than half of the community's structures
  • 3 inmates set to die after previous execution botched
    There have been no U.S. executions in the seven weeks since an Oklahoma inmate died of a heart attack following a botched lethal injection. That soon could change, with three convicted killers scheduled to die in the span of about 24 hours.
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