An Atlanta suburb is trying to recover nearly $800,000 that it lost in an email scam. The city of East Point lost the money in 2021 after someone hacked the city's email system and sent fake invoices from city email addresses asking for money to be wired.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Bill Nigut welcomes East Point Mayor Deana Holiday Ingraham, Athens-Clarke County Mayor Kelly Girtz, and Tifton Mayor Julie Smith to the panel. With 80 days left until the midterms, we'll talk to these city leaders about what their communities want out of candidates. But first, Tamar Hallerman provides an update on the latest in Fani Willis' probe in Fulton County.
Friday on Political Rewind: Our panel of Georgia mayors on the top issues facing their constituents, including school safety following the Uvalde shooting, policing, and a post-pandemic economy.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We sat down with three Georgia mayors discuss governance in their towns. Then, we dug into more election news as Trump endorses another Georgia candidate. We also reviewed Day 2 of hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Warren Powell is one of at least 35 African American victims of “racial terror lynching” in Fulton County between 1877 and 1950, according to research by the Equal Justice Initiative. Statewide, the EJI documents 595 lynching motivated by racial animus in that same period. Now, community groups across Georgia are remembering the Black life, like Powell’s, taken by historical acts of racial violence.
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