What will the Braves’ playoff schedule be?

What will the Braves’ playoff schedule be?

Though the Atlanta Braves have clinched the NL East title and a trip to the postseason, much of the rest of the playoff picture is still coming into focus. Source: What does the Braves’ playoff schedule look like? | Marietta Daily Journal

Two more cases of West Nile Virus found near Albany

Two more cases of West Nile Virus found near Albany

ALBANY — Two more residents of Dougherty County have been diagnosed with West Nile Virus infections, bringing the season total so far to four cases in the Southwest Public Health District. Source: Two more cases of West Nile Virus found near Albany | Albany Herald

Report: Plane in fatal Swainsboro crash didn’t have a fuel cap

Report: Plane in fatal Swainsboro crash didn’t have a fuel cap

The plane involved in a crash in Swainsboro, Ga., that killed four people did not have a fuel cap, according to an aviation accident preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board. Source: Report: Plane in fatal Swainsboro crash didn’t have a fuel cap | Augusta Chronicle

Vogtle construction will continue despite budget overages

Vogtle construction will continue despite budget overages

The owners of the last nuclear power plant still under construction in the U.S. say the project will continue after they resolved a disagreement about multibillion-dollar budget overages. Source: Vogtle construction will continue despite budget overages | The Associated Press

Savannah residents get to meet new police chief

Savannah residents get to meet new police chief

The City of Savannah and Savannah Police Department are inviting the public to meet its next police chief, Roy Minter. The City is hosting a “Meet and Greet” event on Thursday, October 4 from 5 to 7 p.m. at Grayson Stadium in Daffin Park. Source: Savannah residents get to meet new police chief | The Georgia Sun

Georgia will get $4.1 million from Uber after data breach

Georgia will get $4.1 million from Uber after data breach

Attorney General Chris Carr today announced that the State of Georgia, along with 49 states and the District of Columbia, has settled with California-based ride-sharing company Uber Technologies, Inc. to address the company’s one-year delay in reporting a data breach to its affected drivers. Source: Georgia will get $4.1 million in Uber data breach settlement | The Georgia Sun