Just under half of city households spend 30 percent of their income on housing
Tens of thousands of Atlanta households pay more than 30 percent of their income towards rent.
Motive unclear but numbers show big growth
Atlanta has issued an increasing number of citations - and collected an increasing amount of revenue - since Mayor Kasim Reed took office in 2010.
Cameras still don't stop speedy drivers
Red light camera installed to "promote public safety."
Bad math tanks crime figures
When Atlanta Police Chief George Turner was interim head of the department, overall crime fell 14 percent and violent crime dropped 22.7 percent.
Former Atlanta tenants not flooding the 'burbs, research show
"Have the suburbs been inundated with former residents of Atlanta housing projects? Absolutely not."
Sorry Charlie. Claim about Atlanta pay off the mark.
Some city of Atlanta employees "have not had raises in eight years."
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