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  • City of Savannah closes 2017 with $10m surplus
  • Audit finds $1.2m went missing from Glynn County court office
  • RBC Heritage begins on Hilton Head  

  •   Ransomware attack costs the city of Atlanta millions to fix
  •   Georgia GOP shells out more than $500,000 in racial discrimination settlement
  •   Jimmy Carter "prays" that Trump can find a nonviolent solution in Syria

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On this edition of Political Rewind, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms calls for the resignations of almost everyone in city leadership.  Will the move help the city begin moving past a corruption scandal and help Bottoms separate herself from her predecessor?  National Guard troops amass on the US-Mexico border under orders of President Trump, who says he will not negotiate on a long-term DACA solution, while here in Georgia, the issue is top of mind for Republican candidates for office.   A leading immigration lawyer joins us to discuss what's happening.  Plus, Democrats seeking to oust

  •  Classified Hearing Set For NSA Leaker Reality Winner
  • City Of Griffin Rescinds Confederate History Month Proclamation
  • Atlanta's Open Check Book

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  • Historic window dispute goes before city council
  • End Gun Violence program seeks a new director
  • Hilton Head restaurants struggle to find staff  

  •   Atlanta announces new transparency website to track city spending
  •   REP. Buddy Carter prepares to grill Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg
  •   Atlanta Hawks close out season with another loss

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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms unveiled a new transparency tool today aimed at sharing city spending with the public.

  • Hartsfield Jackson Still World's Busiest Airport
  • Atlanta Mayor Announces Prisoner Re-entry Program
  • Georgia Receives $270K in N-E-H Grants

  • Equal Pay Day Highlights Georgia Gender Pay Gap
  • Mayor To Talk Transparency
  • Sentence Handed Down In City Hall Pay-To-Play Scandal

Camden County Board of Commissioners

  • Park Service seeks public input on Savannah Landmark district
  • Spaceport Camden neighbors raise concerns
  • Savannah State names interim police chief