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Justice Served? Accused child abuser arrested again

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In September of 2014, Dupree was charged with child molestation, but negotiated a guilty plea for child cruelty instead. He was released on probation. And didn't have to register as a sex offender. 

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EXCLUSIVE: Suspect identified in party mansion murder

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A suspect has been identified, and police are closing in on an arrest, in a previously unsolved murder at the home of a pro football player, the CBS46 Bulldog learned exclusively. 

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EXCLUSIVE: City Hall employees fired following probe launched after Bulldog report

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Two Atlanta city hall employees have been fired, including a former high level administrator, according to a city spokesperson. 

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City of Atlanta wants new public safety commissioner, as Mayor touts new 'open checkbook'

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The City of Atlanta is in talks with George Turner to become interim public safety commissioner, re-instating that position years after it went away, CBS46 learned Tuesday. 

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Marietta PD now investigating unlicensed dentist

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A local woman, accused of unlawfully practicing dentistry, and first exposed by the CBS46 Bulldog, is now under investigation in two counties. 

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GA schools ignore database that tracks teacher violations

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Only two metro Atlanta school systems, eight statewide, are using a national database which tracks ethical violations logged against teachers.  

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FIRST ON CBS46: Feds want 8 years of Reed administration spending records

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Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is named in another subpoena in connection with a federal investigation of City Hall corruption during his time in office.

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FIRST ON CBS46: Buford City School District Superintendent resigns after being accused of using racial language

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The Superintendent of Buford City Schools, Geye Hamby, has resigned days after being placed on leave over accusations of racism. 

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'Sad situation' says woman indicted for practicing dentistry without a license

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A Grand Jury has indicted a woman with 40 counts of practicing dentistry without a license, three counts of unlawful prescription, one count of forgery in the first degree and four counts of insurance fraud.

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Former Deputy Chief of Staff pleads guilty in Atlanta City Hall bribery case

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Atlanta’s former Deputy Chief of Staff Evelyn Taylor-Parks entered a guilty plea in federal court Wednesday for her role in the corruption scandal plaguing Atlanta City Hall. 

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Poor conditions and ADA concerns plague downtown garage

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Crumbling stairwells---broken elevators---what appears to be human waste---just some of the pictures sent to the Bulldog investigative team by regulars at a downtown Atlanta parking garage, across from the Fulton County building.  

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"Functional" doctors advertise illness reversals for big bucks

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The disclaimers are in the fine print.  But oftentimes--desperate patients have shelled out thousand of dollars before they've realized what they've signed up for.  

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CBS46 Bulldog confronts candidate dodging questions of campaign eligibility

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On Wednesday night, in response to our reporting questioning her eligibility to run, Harris released a statement to supporters, claiming she made a "terrible" mistake when she was 19. But she didn't share the full details of her legal troubles.

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Candidate under fire for eligibility responds to Bulldog investigation

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The Secretary of State's office says they are continuing to investigate the eligibility of a candidate for state office, following a Bulldog investigation.  CBS46 gave Deanna Harris multiple attempts to clear up the confusion yesterday, calling, emailing and visiting her listed home and work addresses.  She released a statement that didn't address our questions directly. Tonight, she released another statement to her supporters, pointing to a statute that she says allows ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Candidate's candidacy in question after Bulldog obtains arrest records

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Deanna Harris is the GOP's candidate for State House District 41, spanning Smyrna to Marietta.

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CBS46 Investigates: Shoot or don't shoot? Training facility lets people become first responders

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A brand new training facility that puts regular citizens in the shoes of first responders to see what they would do.

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Cobb D.A. to re-examine bullying case, following Bulldog report

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The Cobb County District Attorney announced Friday, he is re-examining the case of a bullied teen facing criminal charges for fighting back against his attackers. 

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Bullied teen says Cobb County Schools ignored his right to self defense

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Questions are being raised in Cobb County after a bullied teen fights back against his attackers, and is then criminally charged. And more so, the teen's family says his legal right to defend himself was ignored by Cobb County Schools. 

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Questioning lead testing in metro schools

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The Bulldog investigative team has learned a handful of major metro school districts may have unintentionally misidentified the real levels of lead in their drinking water. 

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EXCLUSIVE: High-level Georgia Tech administrators out after internal audit

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Four high-level administrators at Georgia Tech have either resigned or been forced out after an internal audit confirms an array of allegations of financial misuse and executive behavior violating university code or state law.

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EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of GA Tech students data leaked, threats of legal and federal action loom

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The CBS46 Bulldog learned exclusively of an accidental breach of records at Georgia Tech involving everything from grades to home addresses. 

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Disgraced state lawmaker in hiding

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Where is Representative Jason Spencer? He showed his backside on national TV, but doesn't have the guts to show his face. 

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CBS46 investigates: Unfair bonds

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A cautionary tale about the legal system and how it can’t always protect victims of violent crime.

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EXCLUSIVE: Roswell officer who admits speeding, drinking let go during traffic stop

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Exclusive new video obtained Wednesday night by the CBS46 Bulldog shows in more raw detail a March traffic stop by Roswell police pulling over one of their own.

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EXCLUSIVE: Roswell officer pulled over, let go month before 'coin flip' incident

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A March traffic stop by Roswell Police, involving another Roswell officer, is raising questions in light of the "coin flip" arrest currently under internal investigation, the CBS46 Bulldog has learned.

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City of Atlanta overspends millions on settlements

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An exclusive CBS46 Bulldog investigation has revealed tens of millions of dollars have been spent by the city of Atlanta to settle lawsuits, and the city has blown its budget doing so.

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Broken elevators leave the elderly and disabled stranded, fixed after Bulldog shows up

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The elevators at the Bethel Tower apartments in downtown Atlanta are so old, management didn't have the parts to fix them when they broke last week. 

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Tracking ambulance response in metro Atlanta

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"I just remember saying somebody call 911, my baby dying." Takesha Jacks cant get that horrible November night off her mind. "Where are they? What’s going on?" Her 16 year old daughter Jewell--shot in the head by a gun that inexplicably went off inside her Lithonia bedroom last fall. Police were first to respond--fire second--and the ambulance third. The family claims, "It took them forever." American Medical Response, or AMR. The ambulance co...

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Ouch! Owner needs to fix broken, dangerous signs

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My Sunday ended with a stroll through beautiful Village Place in Brookhaven. 

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