Police shooting data project moves forward despite Comey’s firing by President Trump

9:52 am Aug. 28, 2017

As protests over police violence against black citizens swelled in recent years, the lack of reliable government data embarrassed law enforcement officials and made it seem like the profession didn’t take the issue seriously.

Police track scores of statistics. So how could they not accurately say how often they killed someone in the line of duty?  A new national pilot project to fix the problem launched in July and Georgia is

$2.4 million settlement ends Atlanta hospice lawsuit

2:50 pm Jul. 6, 2017

Another hospice serving Georgia patients has agreed to a multi-million-dollar settlement as a result of a lawsuit filed by whistleblowers.

In the latest case, Compassionate Care Hospice Group agreed to pay $2.4 million to resolve allegations that its subsidiary, Compassionate Care of Atlanta, paid kickbacks to five physicians to get them to refer patients and certify them as eligible for hospice services. The company then billed Medicare and Medicaid for

Fort Gordon hit by second scandal as Reality Winner case unfolded

9:06 am Jun. 9, 2017

As the Reality Winner case was unfolding this week, Fort Gordon found itself in a second controversy.

A grand jury on Wednesday indicted Army Col. Anthony Tyrone Roper and his wife, Audra, along with an officer of a large defense contracting company, Dwayne Oswald Fulton. They are accused of taking part in a bribery scheme aimed at obtaining over $20 million in Army and private company contracts.

The scheme lasted