1. Slain Wal-Mart security guard was a married father of three. The surveillance camera photos aren’t the clearest. But police in Gwinnett County hope they’ll help someone identify the man accused of killing a Wal-Mart security guard and then driving away. [Read more]
2. With signature, Nathan Deal makes university athletic spending a 90-day state secret. The legislation, Senate Bill 323, allows the athletic departments at UGA, Georgia Tech and other state colleges to wait 90 days before responding to Open Records Act requests. Athletic associations, like all state agencies, previously had three days to acknowledge the requests. [Read more]
3. Actor Tituss Burgess urges UGA grads to 'get these terrorists out of office.' Burgess, who was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote the latest season of his Netflix comedy, was asked about his appeal to be the school’s graduation speaker to slam Georgia’s “religious liberty” legislation. [Read more]
4. Georgia Capitol police put on alert on gun-toting, anti-Islam rally. An Islamic group has also asked counter-protestors to stay away from the armed protest. [Read more on the protest] [Read more on the Islamic group's request]
5. Two potential jurors excused from ot car death pool. A man celebrating his 40th wedding anniversary in Paris and another away “on the high seas” were dismissed Monday from the pool of jurors who will decide whether Ross Harris intentionally killed his son. [Read more]
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