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An audit of more than 160,000 water meters in the city of Atlanta could call into question the accuracy of thousands of water and sewer bills.

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East Point Mayor Earnestine Pittman said Sunday the lawsuit to remove her from office is “frivolous” and is motivated by the anger of one of the plaintiffs.

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A 32-year-old motorcyclist was left in critical condition late Friday after being struck by an SUV on an Atlanta street, police said.

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Atlanta-Fulton’s Auburn Avenue Research Library will hold a community forum Saturday on the legacy of baseball’s “Negro leagues” and their impact on modern sports.

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A judge has ordered the state to provide Medicaid coverage for a pricey drug that prevents premature births.

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A judge has ordered the state to halt a policy that made it difficult for women to get Medicaid coverage for a pricey drug that prevents premature births.

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Atlanta City Council Member Cleta Winslow and Invest Atlanta, the city’s economic development agency, will host a homebuying workshop and tour from 8:30 a.m.

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Former Atlanta Public Schools testing coordinator Theresia Copeland vigorously denied any involvement in the APS cheating scandal during the second day of her tribunal on Friday, disputing the account of a witness who said she saw Copeland changing answers on tests in her office after hours.

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Shawn L. Jones, deputy chief of the Atlanta Police Department, will speak at the Buckhead Business Association weekly breakfast on Thursday, Aug.

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A 22-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison plus five years for fatally gunning down a man in Atlanta, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office announced Friday.

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