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Public scrutiny of her case has forced Andrea Yates, the Clear Lake mother who drowned her five children in 2001, to withdraw her request to attend group outings with other patients at the state psychiatric hospital where she has lived since 2006. In February, the 49-year-old and her doctors at Kerrville State Hospital asked the judge who oversees her case for permission to leave the institution for supervised events with other patients, like picnics.
One of the largest components of the new reactors at Plant Vogtle was hoisted into its permanent placement Saturday.
Weighing 1,100 tons, the CA20 module was placed into the Vogtle Unit 3 nuclear island using a 560-foot heavy lift derrick, one of the world’s largest cranes, according to a Georgia Power news release.
The five-story tall module was assembled from prefabricated wall and floor sections and measures 67 feet long and 47 feet wide.
A statewide non-profit dedicated to the prevention of child abuse was itself a victim of the economy.
In 2011, Prevent Child Abuse Georgia succumbed to funding problems, taking the Augusta council with it.
After restructuring, the organization – now managed by Georgia State University – is back in a provisional status with the national organization, Prevent Child Abuse America.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says it found no evidence that former City Administrator Fred Russell violated any laws after his computer hard drive was found deleted of any files.
According to a statement from GBI Special Agent in Charge Pat Morgan on Monday, the agency determined that “no evidence existed to substantiate a criminal violation of the law” after reviewing its findings with the District Attorney’s Office.
The GBI will now end its involvement in the case.