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Atlanta Foreclosure Tips

The loss of a home is a terrible burden on a family. Georgians know all too well that foreclosures have been at record levels. Over the last two years, Congressman Scott's office has fielded over 1200 calls from constituents facing foreclosure problems. Each case is unique and none are easy. Last July, Congressman Scott partnered with Treasury and HUD to sponsor a foreclosure workshop. Thousands of Georgians attended and sat down with housing counselors and bank representatives. Most were able to make progress on their mortgage. Another event is being scheduled for June...

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Another Georgia Tech Professor Under Criminal Investigation

ATLANTA -- Channel 2 has learned that another Georgia Tech professor is under criminal investigation by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Roozbeh Kangari works as a professor in the College of Architecture, and headed up the school's building construction program before stepping down last year. Channel 2 investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer obtained a letter from the attorney general's office requesting the GBI do a criminal investigation into allegations of theft from the college. "It has to do with misappropriation of funds that were designated to maybe other areas," said GBI spokesman John Bankhead. By phone, Kangari told Fleischer he did nothing wrong. He said...

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Grady Hospital To Close 2 Clinics

ATLANTA -- Grady Memorial Hospital says it will close two neighborhood clinics and increase prescription drug co-payments as the hospital deals with a decline in funding. Grady spokesman Matt Gove said South DeKalb Health Center in Decatur and Otis W. Smith Health Center in southwest Atlanta will close within three months and patients will be sent to nearby clinics. Gove said the base co-payment for prescription drugs will rise from $2 to $3 for uninsured patients. The hospital is also cutting 100 jobs. Board chairman Pete Correll said the changes will save Grady about $10 million. Fulton and DeKalb counties have cut their allotments...

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