Why are Georgia judges suddenly camera-shy?

1:06 pm Jul. 21, 2017

The Council of Superior Court Judges is considering changes to the rule allowing news cameras in the state’s courtrooms, raising alarms among transparency advocates.

The council is attempting to rewrite a courtroom rule known as “Rule 22,” which governs how and when news organizations and others can shoot photos and roll cameras during trials.

The council, of which most people have never heard, is meeting Monday to discuss the proposed new

Total tax burden: How does Georgia measure up?

12:30 pm Apr. 5, 2017

With tax day approaching, Wallethub.com released a nationwide report Wednesday showing how all 50 states tax their citizens on income, property and purchases.

The study ranked Georgia 32nd in the study with an overall tax burden of 8.2 percent of individual personal income. The Washington, DC,-based financial services website ranked Georgia slightly better than Arizona and just behind Washington state.

Georgia was near the middle of the nation on property tax (2.8 percent) income

UPDATE: Bickers subpoena among bribery probe documents

10:16 am Feb. 9, 2017

5:00 p.m.

Work continues as reporters go through boxes of documents at City Hall. News crews are setting up to get in their live shots before city officials will shoo journalists out for the day.

The search through more