Edward George Ganster, one of over 300 Catholic clergy cited in a Pennsylvania sex abuse scandal, was given a recommendation by the Diocese of Allentown for a job at Disney World, according to a grand jury.
Dexter, the emotional support peacock who became famous in January when United Airlines banned him from taking a flight from Newark to Los Angeles, has died. His owner, New York artist Ventiko, says he died unexpectedly.
Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Georgia, plans to hire for 1,200 jobs at its Air Logistics Complex by the end of 2019. The complex provides maintenance, engineering and software development to weapons systems
A worker at the Jenkinson’s Aquarium gift shop is fired after a video from Attiyya Barrett shows her saying a group of black girls “are not welcome here.” Barrett says the woman first told the girls to get a chaperone.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach will advance to face Democrat Laura Kelly and independent candidate Greg Orman in the general election for Kansas governor in November. Gov. Jeff Colyer conceded Tuesday.
DNA testing confirms Andrew “Drew” Jackson Greer, who went missing from Michigan in 1979, was hit by a truck and killed on Interstate 75 in Bibb County and buried in a pauper’s grave at Evergreen Cemetery in Macon, GA.
Melvin Harris III, 40 faces second-degree murder charges after police say he beat a man outside a gas station, killing him. Police say Harris and the man fought after the man followed Harris’ daughter into the woman’s bathroom.
The Macon-Bibb library board discussed furloughs, closures and other possible consequences it could face if the Macon-Bibb County Commission does not soon provide funding that is necessary for it to continue operating beyond next week.