Sunday, September 24, 2017

FEMA auctioned disaster trailers before Harvey made landfall

The federal government auctioned off disaster-response trailers at fire-sale prices just before Harvey devastated southeast Texas, reducing an already diminished supply of mobile homes ahead of what could become the nation’s largest-ever housing mission.

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

All the headlines from around the state and nation for Wednesday, September 13.

Scramble to flee Irma underscores rich, poor divide

The scramble to flee from the path of Irma has been a much different experience for those in different income brackets.

Glynn County EMA encourages everyone to sign up for Code Red...

Stay informed - Glynn County EMA encourages everyone to sign up for Code Red alerts

Bergdahl chooses to have trial heard by judge and not jury

Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has decided be to tried by a judge — not a military jury — on charges that he endangered comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan.

Sex offenders can live next door to victims in many states

45 states DO NOT have laws prohibiting sexual offenders from living next door (or near) to their victims.

Atlanta marches practice King’s strategy of peaceful protest

Organizers urged marchers on Saturday to practice King’s values and make sure there was no violence.

Georgia city won’t remove memorial to Confederate dead

The mayor of a Georgia city says the city will not remove a memorial to the Civil War dead, after a letter from the local NAACP chapter president asked for the removal of all Confederate symbols.

Confederate group wants Atlanta statue repaired after damage

The group that erected an Atlanta monument depicting a Confederate soldier vowed Monday that it will be repaired after protesters splattered it with red spray paint and broke a chunk from it.

Mattis: US would ‘take out’ any NKorean missile aimed at US

The United States would “take out” any North Korean missile seen to be heading for American soil, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said