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  • Former ATL Dept. Of Human Services Head Indicted In Bribery Investigation
  • Decatur Files Open Records Suit Against State Immigration Enforcement Board
  • Augusta National Launching New Women's Tournament

  • Delta Airline Cyber-Attacked
  • MLK Commemoration Recap
  • Opiod Summit Wraps Up Today

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On the rare occasion a woman shatters that glass ceiling and makes it to the boardroom as chief executive officer, she still may have to contend with a form of sexism — especially when the board of directors is made up of men.

The problem comes from the traditional role of women in men’s eyes, according to a study published in Strategic Management Journal.


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  • Savannah State police chief on leave amid sexual misconduct allegations
  • New rules approved for construction in two Savannah neighborhoods
  • Federal regulators consider summer flounder changes  

  • Children of MLK gather to honor their father
  • The National Prescription Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit comes to Atlanta
  • Deal promises to cover added cost for state employees during Blue Cross, Piedmont dispute 


It is springtime at Augusta National Golf Club, and that means The Masters is in town.

About 250,000 people are expected in Augusta this week. That brings millions of dollars to the local economy.

GPB’s Drew Dawson is in Augusta and has the latest on what’s happening around town.

  • Sen. Tippins Vacates Education Committee Chairmanship
  • IRS Says Coca-Cola Owes $3B
  • Gas Prices Continue To Rise

  • WiFi Restored At Hartsfield Jackson Airport
  • Ga. Lawmakers In Washington Disagree About S.N.A.P.
  • Augusta Finds Temporary Shelter For Those Displaced By Masters Visitors

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  • Chatham County sues opioid makers
  • Suspect in U.S. 80 wreck arrested
  • State regulators suggest changes after osprey nest disruption  

  •  WiFi is back on at Atlanta's airport
  •  Chinese tariffs are not expected to hurt Georgia agriculture
  •  IRS and Coke dispute billions of dollars in back taxes

  • Ga. Parole Board Victim Visitor Days
  • Superbowl Host Committee Seeking Volunteers
  • No Right Whale Calves This Year

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield At Odds With Piedmont Healthcare
  • It Is Masters Week In Augusta
  • Six Flags Beating Case Settlement

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District

  • Corps of Engineers finishes construction on new reservoir
  • Right whale calving season ends
  • Beaufort County Sheriff's Office creates school threat app  

  •  Atlanta continues to recover from ransomware hack
  •  Augusta readies for the Masters golf tournament this week
  •  State Board of Pardons and Paroles plans victim meetings

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The 2018 legislative session wrapped up just after midnight last night.

I talked with the AJC’s Political Insider Jim Galloway about the winners and losers of this year’s legislative session.


RICKEY BEVINGTON: Let's start with hands free driving. What are the new rules that people are going to start having to obey?