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  • Family says police shooting victim was unarmed
  • Tybee mayor delivers State of the City
  • Endangered turtle rescued on Hilton Head  

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield

As the debate around the importance of confederate history continues to swirl, the Civil War Trust is sponsoring a national Park Day to restore sites around the country, including in Georgia.

Volunteer clean up events will take place Saturday at 13 historic sites in the state, including battlefields, parks, and cemeteries.

  •  Remains of CDC research Timothy Cunningham found after weeks of searching 
  •  DeKalb Sheriff Jeffrey Mann fights to remain in office after indecent exposure arrest
  •  Georgia Tech unveils Rosa Parks art installation: "Continuing the Conversation"

Craig Wetherby

On this week’s “Two Way Street,” Bill talks with Lamont “U-God” Hawkins, one of the founding members of legendary hip hop group, the Wu-Tang Clan. He and RZA, GZA, Method Man, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, and Masta Killa put East Coast rap back on the map at a time when California rap was dominating the genre.

Henny Penny on Facebook

The start of April brings plenty to do in the Hostess City. Bevin Valentine Jalbert of Paprika Southern and Marianne Ganem Poppell of Savannah Master Calendar have some tips.

Marianne's picks:

  • 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

Stuart Isett / Fortune Most Powerful Women

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.

LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW:

Emily Cureton / GPB News

  • 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 

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