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B.J. Williams

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Recent Articles by B.J. Williams

  • Kayakers find body in Chattahoochee River
    Two kayakers paddling along the Chattahoochee River in north Fulton County Monday afternoon found a body in the water, according to authorities in Johns Creek.
  • Congress plunges nation into government shutdown
    Congress plunged the nation into a partial government shutdown Tuesday as a long-running dispute over President Barack Obama's health care law stalled a temporary funding bill, forcing about 800,000 federal workers off the job and suspending most non-essential federal programs and services.
  • Senate rejects House conditions on spending bill
    The Democratic-led Senate has rejected conditions that House Republicans attached to a temporary spending bill.
  • Gainesville woman faces drug and weapons charges
    Hall County drug agents have arrested a Gainesville woman and charged her with fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs from two pharmacies in the Gainesville area.
  • Waffle House thieves nab $40K in merchandise from customers
    Police in Atlanta are investigating the pre-dawn robbery of several customers inside a Waffle House in the city's Buckhead area.
  • Ethics commission to ask for special investigator
    The state ethics commission has voted to request a special attorney general to investigate circumstances surrounding pending litigation and personnel matters.
  • Auto supplier to build plant in west Georgia
    An auto supply firm is opening a plant in west Georgia that's expected to create 350 manufacturing jobs, Gov. Nathan Deal announced.
  • Woman found shot inside minivan in Gwinnett Co.
    A woman was found wounded by gunfire inside a minivan in the southern part of Gwinnett County, and police are trying to learn what led to the shooting, although there is speculation the incident could be the result of a case of road rage.
  • Crude oil prices drop to 12-week low, pump prices lower
    Amicable talks with Iran's leadership, a possible government shutdown, and easing tensions with Syria pushed oil prices near $100 a barrel last week. As a result of the lower cost of crude, fall gas prices are expected to continue on a downward trend.
  • New Hope owners respond to GBI probe
    Owners of a counseling service that provides services for drug accountability courts in north Georgia say their team's image has been tarnished by a GBI investigation into their spending practices.
  • Fewer layoffs reported in Gainesville metro
    Not only are more people in the Gainesville metro finding employment, fewer workers are being laid off.
  • Plan to add civilians to military housing on hold
    Officials say a proposal to open Fort Gordon housing to civilian employees and retired members of the military has been suspended.
  • Gwinnett nanny arrested, parents want answers
    Parents of an 8-month-old baby want to know how their son wound up in the hands of a stranger when the child's nanny was arrested at the Mall of Georgia.
  • Phone scammers pose as Lumpkin Co. deputies
    Lumpkin County is the latest part of north Georgia targeted by scammers who are trying to intimidate residents into handing over their financial information over the phone.
  • Balfour indicted on expense-related charges
    A grand jury has charged state Sen. Don Balfour with illegally claiming legislative expense pay, according to an indictment released Friday.
  • Pedestrian struck, killed in Athens
    Police are investigating the death of a pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle while walking along a road near Athens' airport.
  • Soldier found dead was S. Forsyth High grad
    A missing Army veteran, who graduated from South Forsyth High School, has been found dead in the wreckage of his car.
  • Dogs and hunters slay wild hog in Lithonia neighborhood
    Tracking dogs managed to chase down and attack a 400-pound wild hog that has been scaring children and adults in a Dekalb County neighborhood this week.
  • GBI asked to investigate New Hope Counseling
    The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into spending activities of a counseling center that provides services for several court systems in north Georgia.
  • Grant to help Ga. improve unemployment program
    The U.S. Department of Labor is giving Georgia more than $1.6 million to bolster its unemployment insurance program.
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