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Alyson Shields

Alyson Shields





Recent Articles by Alyson Shields

  • Charges upgraded in East Hall wreck
    Charges in an early April wreck in east Hall County have been upgraded from a charge of failure to yield to second degree vehicular homicide.
  • Flowery Branch homeowner interrupts burglary
    A Flowery Branch homeowner walked in on a burglary in progress this afternoon, but the homeowner chose not to be a victim.
  • Reward raised by family in missing persons case
    The family of a man missing for almost three years has upped the reward in hopes of new leads on the case.
  • GA, FL school districts to vie for education award
    Two school districts in Georgia and Florida have been named finalists for one of the nation's most prestigious education awards.
  • 'Promising lead' emerges in hunt for Flight 370
    After a month of failed hunting and finding debris that turned out to be ordinary flotsam, an Australian ship detected faint pings deep in the Indian Ocean in what an official called the "most promising lead" yet in the search for Flight 370.
  • National Forest recreation sites reopen; new app debuts
    Chattahoochee and Oconee National Forests staff are anxiously awaiting a busy season as most of the recreation sites have reopened for the spring.
  • Gwinnett Co: Poll officials needed for May elections
    With over 150 polling locations in Gwinnett County, Election officials are looking to hire poll officials for the 2014 elections.
  • Ga. agency looks to expedite food stamp delivery
    Department of Human Services officials say they're requesting federal authorization to expedite food stamp distribution to the neediest of Georgia families.
  • Ga. tax credit scholarships targeted by lawsuit
    A scholarship program meant to help low-income families afford private education violates the Georgia Constitution by sending tax dollars to unregulated schools, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in Fulton County Superior Court.
  • Ex-director testifies in ethics commission trial
    The former director of the Georgia state ethics commission testified that she would take her job back even "after everything."
  • Ga. senators to continue push for autism coverage
    A group of state senators is marking World Autism Awareness Day by reiterating their commitment to passing legislation requiring insurers to cover autism treatment.
  • Gwinnett P.D. identify those involved in Norcross triple shooting
    Gwinnett County authorities have identified the people involved in a triple shooting in Norcross late Sunday night.
  • Number of deaths on Ga. state highways declines
    Georgia Department of Transportation officials say the number of traffic fatalities on state highways has fallen for the eighth consecutive year.
  • Deadline dash: Health care sign-ups amid glitches
    A flood of last-minute applicants rushed to sign up for health insurance on Monday, deadline day for President Barack Obama's health care law, with more than 125,000 people at a time using the fragile system despite a new spate of intermittent ills.
  • More victims found on east side of mudslide
    Crews searching through the muck and devastation wrought by Washington's deadly mudslide are finding more human remains on the east side of the slide, near the town of Darrington.
  • Stephens Co. jailer arrested for child molestation
    A Stephens County jailer was arrested today on aggravated child molestation charges.
  • Atlanta man sentenced in 2012 Gainesville home invasion
    A 27 year old Atlanta man has been sentenced to 30 years for a home invasion that happened in Gainesville two years ago, according to a press release from the office of District Attorney Lee Darragh.
  • Ga. Peach growers keeping close eye on crop
    Cold weather, including overnight freezes in north Georgia this week, has the potential to damage the peach crop, but at least one farm in our area seems to be doing fine.
  • Hall Co. firefighters monitor island fire
    Hall County fire crews are on the scene of an island fire in the middle of Lake Lanier.
  • Free Chapel announces new campus to open early April
    Free Chapel announced today that a third campus will open in Suwanee in early April.
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