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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Hall Co. family displaced by fire
    No one was hurt Tuesday morning when a fire broke out at a mobile home on Carolyn Street just off Keith Bridge Road.
  • Feds warn against celebratory gunfire
    Federal authorities are reminding Georgians not to ring in the New Year with celebratory gunfire.
  • Newlywed Ga. bride killed in crash after reception
    Georgia State Patrol officials say a newlywed bride was killed in a crash hours after her wedding reception in north Georgia.
  • Barrow Co. man killed in pedestrian accident
    A Barrow County man who was hit by a tractor trailer on the west side of Athens Friday night has died from his injuries.
  • Columbus hires company to capture wild hogs
    Faced with growing reports of wild hogs encroaching on residential areas, the city of Columbus has contracted with a local company to capture and dispose of the destructive and potentially dangerous animals, according to city officials.
  • Giant M&M hoisted atop Atlanta 'Peach Drop' tower
    A giant yellow M&M has been hoisted atop the structure used for Atlanta's Peach Drop New Year's Eve celebration downtown.
  • Atlanta robbery suspect killed in Phoenix
    The Secret Service says the man authorities have linked to a three-state bank robbery spree, the killing of one Mississippi police officer and the wounding of another was arrested in 2010 after being accused of making online threats against the president.
  • Boaters rescued from Ocmulgee River in central Ga.
    Two men are recovering after being rescued from their boat in the Ocmulgee River in central Georgia.
  • Successive suicide bombings in Russia kill over 30
    A suicide bomber killed 14 people aboard an electric bus in the southern Russian city of Volgograd during the Monday morning rush hour, and authorities believe it was the work of the same group that set off a bomb at the railway station a day earlier.
  • Iconic Polaris lounge to rejoin Atlanta skyline
    Polaris, the landmark blue dome that once dominated Atlanta's skyline, will soon reopen, nearly half a century after it was built.
  • Gainesville woman murdered in Dacula
    Investigators with the Gwinnett County Police Department are still trying to piece together an incident that lead to the murder of a Gainesville woman Saturday afternoon.
  • Atlanta police make arrest in bike path killing
    Atlanta police say they've arrested a juvenile in connection with a shooting on an Atlanta bike path that left a U.S. Army soldier dead and another man wounded.
  • Charter schools fight pension proposal
    Georgia charter schools are fighting a proposal that would require the independent public schools to contribute money toward pension debt for the traditional public education system.
  • Ga. authorities urge fireworks safety for New Year's Eve
    Ahead of New Year's Eve celebrations, the Georgia insurance and fire commissioner is reminding residents that the sale and individual use of most fireworks is illegal in the state.
  • Soldier killed in shooting on bike path in Atlanta
    Atlanta police say that a U.S. Army soldier has died after he and another man were shot during an apparent robbery while walking on an Atlanta bike trail.
  • Norcross parents charged with child's murder
    Gwinnett County police investigators said Friday two Norcross parents have been charged with murder in the recent death of their toddler son.
  • Ga. officials take lobbyist gifts before new rules
    Lobbyists bought a few last rounds of golf, sporting tickets and other perks for Georgia's public officials before new rules take effect next year that will cut down on at least some of that spending.
  • Jackson Co. authorities find stolen guns
    A Jefferson man has been arrested on theft charges after Jackson County authorities found two stolen rifles in his possession.
  • Ga. couple sues Minn. plant over hot manhole cover
    A Georgia couple is suing Duluth's steam plant after they say their 2-year-old son received second-degree burns from a hot manhole cover.
  • Last minute holiday spending spikes, sends retailers scrambling
    Americans waited until the last minute to buy holiday gifts, but retailers weren't prepared for the spike.
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