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AJC fires top investigative reporter after finding errors in Bulldogs misconduct story

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution this week fired a top investigative journalist after finding errors in a story that alleged the University of Georgia (UGA) Bulldogs football program protected players accused of sexual misconduct or assault. The firing of Alan Judd was announced deep inside a July 19 AJC story that left some big questions unanswered, including […]

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Cox scion’s defection over ‘Cop City’ shines a light on media conflicts, old-money power

The Cox family’s Marxist black sheep very publicly separating from the flock this month over their support of Atlanta’s public safety training center made for a cartoonish passing amusement in the right-wing press. Here in Atlanta, the defection of Jim “Fergie” Chambers Jr. is a bigger story than that.  It’s a rare insider’s view of […]

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Reporter’s Notebook: HUB404 park gets $750K in federal funds, MLK Day events, updates on local news publications

Happy New Year, Atlanta! The SaportaReport team is looking forward to another year of keeping our readers up-to-date on the most important news around the city and metro area. As we dive into 2023, let’s take a moment to enjoy our top stories from 2022. On to local news from the week: HUB404 park gets […]