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Weekly News Briefs: Nov. 5

November 5, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Storage facility broken into, several units compromised A storage facility in Atlanta wasn’t as secure as its customers expected after a thief broke into several of the units. The thief broke locks and cut […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 29

October 29, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Gwinnett middle school student stabs teacher The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that a 13-year-old boy at Trickum Middle School stabbed a teacher with a butcher knife. During a class change, the eighth grader called a […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 22

October 22, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Gwinnett County faces lawsuit CNN reported Gwinnett County now faces two federal lawsuits and accusations from voting rights activists who said that registration rejections disproportionately affect minority voters, particularly Asian-Americans and African-Americans. The county […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 15

October 15, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Brian Kemp sued for voter discrimination An Associated Press investigation found that Georgia has 53,000 voter applicants in limbo, 70 percent of whom are African-American. Civil rights groups sued Georgia Secretary of State Brian […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Sep.24

September 24, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Georgia substitute teacher charged after sending nude photos to teen boys The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported that a substitute teacher in northwest Georgia was arrested and fired after she allegedly sent nude photos of herself […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Sep. 17

September 17, 2018 The Editorial Staff 0

LOCAL ‘Unknown drug substance’ at Georgia smoke shop sends 5 to hospital The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reported that a man is in custody after authorities executed a search warrant on a smoke shop in Pickens County. […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Sep. 10

September 10, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Ex-cheerleader who knelt for national anthem sues KSU after failing to make new squad CBS46 reported that Tommia Dean, a former Kennesaw State cheerleader, filed a lawsuit on Sept. 5 against her university. She […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Sep. 3

September 3, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Voting precincts closed across Georgia since election oversight lifted Two hundred and fourteen precincts across the state have been closed since 2012, according to an analysis by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. A U.S. Supreme Court […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Aug. 27

August 27, 2018 Signal Staff 0

LOCAL Georgia election officials reject proposal to close polls in majority black county The Randolph County Board of Elections voted on Aug. 24 to not close polling sites in seven mostly black precincts less than […]

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Weekly News Briefs: Aug. 21

August 21, 2018 Signal Staff 0

STATE Head: UGA graduate staged suicide to make it appear he was murdered Alvin Ahmed, a UGA graduate and pharmacy intern, was identified as the body discovered in Gwinnett County’s Lake Carlton on July 18. […]

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