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Feds: Guns bought on 'dark web' posing security threat in 2018

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A covert operation by the federal government finds--buying illegal firearms on the dark web--is easier than first thought.      The new report--in the wake of a series of mass shootings--comes on the heels of a CBS46 probe, showcasing the problem in Atlanta. With legitimate gun sellers unwilling to sell to prohibited buyers., those seeking automatic weapons are going dark, the government audit found. It details a frightening ATF agent sting. The feds were able to pur... More>>

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Board of Regents addresses KSU and Olens departure Video included

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens (via http://law.ga.gov Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens (via http://law.ga.gov
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University System Chancellor Dr. Steve Wrigley telling us today KSU president Sam Olens wasn't forced out, rather, there was a mutual agreement it wasn't the right fit. 

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Questions over why KSU prez will be paid after departure

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens (via http://law.ga.gov Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens (via http://law.ga.gov
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In his resignation letter to students, outgoing KSU president Sam Olens said, "I have decided that new leadership will be required for KSU..." Or---it was decided for him. We will never really know. But what we now know; the state agreed to give him something to go quietly. The state plans to pay out his one year contract through June of this year. Even though Olens won't work past February 15th. Digging deeper, we obtained Olens' employment agreement, and did some math. ... More>>

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Could airport blackout hurt Atlanta's Amazon bid?

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Atlanta and Georgia made a big deal about Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in its pitch to Amazon. But the power outage at the airport may have pushed Atlanta further down the list, and our city's loss may be another's gain.

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Pressure mounts for KSU's Olens

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens (via http://law.ga.gov Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens (via http://law.ga.gov
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Pressure is mounting on the president of Kennesaw State University in the wake of the kneeling scandal there.   The Board of Regents is meeting in days, his future in the balance. We have also learned, he may be looking to leave on his own. We have been pressing the president for answers for months. Phone calls, emails, written interview requests have not addressed specific questions, nor has he agreed to answer questions on camera. We visited his office today to ask about the... More>>

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Guns seizures rise at ATL, Congress questions how many go undetected

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For the 20th consecutive year, Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson International Airport is holding its place as the world's busiest. 

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Roy Moore still has his supporters in rural Alabama

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The lunchtime roll of the freight train is the loudest thing you'll hear in small town Cleburne County Alabama. 

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Owner fails to provide water for Midtown tenants

Twelve families at the Belmere in Midtown were left in the dark about the whole thing and without water.

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Search for missing TN family leads to GA

The CBS46 BullDog breaks case wide open

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Failing to protect the vulnerable

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CBS46 were there as Trevor Wilson checked himself out of Signature Healthcare of Buckhead, a nursing home and rehab center that was cited for, among other things, "offensive odors" on multiple floors and failing to maintain a sanitary facility.

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UPS reeling after trade secrets leaked

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The Atlanta based company is accusing a pilot of wrongfully obtaining what they call highly confidential strategic plans

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Amazon bid a mystery

Georgia really wants to win over Amazon and a new headquarters that could bring lots of jobs and money to metro Atlanta.

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Law enforcement officers among 5 charged in connection to murder from 1983

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A 34-year-old cold case was busted wide open when five people were charged in connection to a brutal murder from 1983. 

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Atlanta new business

A major midtown Atlanta employer says it's doubling size and creating 800 new jobs at Technology Square. 

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Fight over Atlanta ethics board continues

The fight over the future of the Atlanta city ethics board continues. The debate over who should pick the members of the board is in its seventh hour. 

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