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Claims of abuse, neglect on the rise at state licensed mental health providers, records show
Review finds serious failures in Georgia's ability to find appropriate care and housing for individuals with complex behavioral health needs.
Secret investigation into KKK during Atlanta child murders uncovers fear of race riots
A top-secret investigation into the Atlanta child murders pointed to the Ku Klux Klan, according to documents shared exclusively with 11Alive.
'The next moment she was gone': Loose tires deadly no matter the size
Innocent drivers continue to die two decades after the invention of a simple 65-cent safety device missing from most trucks and buses.
Investigation exposed teachers secretly changed kids' test scores
A decade after one of the largest school cheating scandals in public education history, seven former Atlanta Public School employees are still fighting to clear their names in court.
Video shows healthcare staff punching, beating disabled man with belt
Investigation found at least five employees at the mental health facility beat a man, and allowed other patients to join in.
Failed redemption: Programs meant to help cheated APS students missed target
Programs created to help students catch up after 178 educators were implicated in delaying their education by changing test scores, have largely missed their target.
Puppy mill owner fined $500k for alleged mistreatment of 700 matted and injured dogs
Eight breeding facilities in Georgia have received administrative orders in the past three years. The Department of Agriculture says there's not much else legally they can do.
She was headed to work when tragedy struck
It's been called a "freak accident" that took Julieanna's life. But was it preventable?
'These are my babies' says breeder accused of leaving dogs to die
Critics say there's no teeth in the law, no keen eye to the problem and few prosecutors willing to bite.
Caged in cruelty: 'Emaciated' dogs found living with decaying pigs
Critics say officials in Georgia take too long to rescue animals. These dogs were 48 of 1200 rescued within just three months.
Georgia is failing its special needs students, investigation finds
Our 11Alive Reveal investigation found the majority of special education courses in Georgia are taught by teachers without specialized training.
A fair chance? Not all Georgia teachers certified for the subjects they teach
It’s not good news for poor, rural communities.
Puppy mill survivors: 'He's one of the lucky ones'
He was pulled from the mud along with 300 other dogs living in "deplorable conditions". Now, Boss is getting used to his new life and the family that saved him.
How many of your child's courses are taught by underqualified teachers? Here's how to check
Our searchable database shows the percentage of courses in the 2017-2018 school year that were taught by underqualified teachers in Georgia public schools.
Another Fort Valley State University sex scandal: This time, it’s the police department
The alleged victims say the university's police department has a culture of sexual impropriety that went all the way to the top.
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