There was plenty of news across Georgia on Tuesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of some of the top stories from the past 24 hours.
Laws To End Human Trafficking Earn Georgia An ‘A’ Grade
Shared Hope International awarded Georgia an “A” on the strength of its laws to combat sex trafficking, an improvement from previous years.
Every pet available at a local animal shelter was adopted this weekend during the “Black Saturday” adoption event.
Two Charged In Online Romance Scams Targeting Seniors
Two residents were recently charged in connection with an online dating scam bilking the elderly out of more than $2 million.
A man is facing multiple charges in connection to the death of his child.
Winning Powerball Ticket Sold At Kroger
According to Georgia State Lottery officials, the winning ticket was worth $50,000.
Officer Named Vice President Of Police K9 Foundation
The Georgia Police K9 Foundation is a volunteer non-profit that focuses on supporting four legged officers, including supplying equipment.
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Also Worth A Look Today
- Cherokee Elementary Named Georgia Title I Distinguished School
- SEC, ACC Championship Tailgate Planned In Peachtree Corners
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- Paulding Boys & Girls Club Awarded State Grant Funding For Arts
- Vietnam Veterans Of Cumming Offering Five Scholarships
- Podcast Highlights First Generation Students At Kennesaw
- Forsyth Schools Announces Principal Appointments, Retirements
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- Excessive Hospital Alarms Torment, Endanger Patients
- Presidential Candidates Betting Big On Health, But Is That What Voters Want?
- What 17 American School Districts Said They’d Do With School Integration Funding