Friday October 22nd, 2021 5:42AM

B.J. Williams

Assistant News Director
B.J. Williams
Zimmerman jury may consider reduced charges
George Zimmerman's attorney strongly objected to a prosecution proposal that third-degree murder be included in the jury instructions.
10:14AM ( 8 years ago )
Home foreclosures decline in June
Fewer U.S. homes entered the foreclosure process or were repossessed by banks in June, the latest sign that the nation is shaking off its housing bust hangover.
9:15AM ( 8 years ago )
Cobb Co. man convicted in potty training beating
An Austell man accused of whipping a toddler in his groin out of frustration with potty training has been convicted of first degree child cruelty.
8:25AM ( 8 years ago )
EOCT results: many students subpar in math, improving elsewhere
Georgia students earned higher scores on many end-of-course exams this year than in 2012, but more than 60 percent failed to meet state standards in algebra.
8:15AM ( 8 years ago )
Gainesville releases initial list of recommended traffic projects
Gainesville officials are getting closer to making final recommendations on a new Transportation Master Plan for the city.
1:01PM ( 8 years ago )
Atlanta zoo on giant panda birth watch
Officials at Atlanta's zoo are on giant panda birth watch.
12:02PM ( 8 years ago )
Callaway Gardens takes action to cut costs
After selling more than half of its 13,000 acres last year, Callaway Gardens is now taking action to cut costs.
7:37AM ( 8 years ago )
Qualifying packets are available for Gainesville elections
Potential candidates may now pick up qualifying packets for the Gainesville City election scheduled for November 5, 2013.
2:56PM ( 8 years ago )
Appeals court tosses ex-Glock exec's convictions
A Georgia appeals court on Tuesday overturned the conviction of a former executive for Glock Inc. who was sentenced to seven years in prison for stealing a pistol and conspiring to steal millions of dollars from the gun manufacturer.
2:44PM ( 8 years ago )
Bell to run for Gainesville City Council
Former Hall County Commissioner Ashley Bell says he's ready to run for office again. This time he plans to run for a seat on the Gainesville City Council.
10:29AM ( 8 years ago )