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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

First Slice 6/24/14: FBI arrests 71 in Georgia tied to national child sex trafficking sting

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has taken 71 people into custody and rescued 11 juveniles in Georgia as part of a nationwide child sex trafficking sting operation.

The director who oversaw the Center for Disease Control and Prevention department that accidentally exposed more than 80 scientists, researchers, and staffers to anthrax has been reassigned as the agency conducts an internal investigation.

Georgia's new "guns everywhere" law, which goes into effect on July 1, has left some residents confused about how that actually impacts their lives moving forward.

What role did the Cobb Chamber of Commerce play in convincing the Braves to leave Atlanta behind? A big, and secretive one, says Atlanta's Braves watchdog reporter Jim Walls.

ICYMI: A new report finds that APS students don't have access to equal academic, financial resources.

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