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Bus drivers plan 'sick out' for next 3 days

Bus drivers plan 'sick out' for next 3 days

Some bus drivers are already on their routes, while others plan to call out sick today, and for two more days.

Missing person case now homicide investigation after decomposing body found

Missing person case now homicide investigation after decomposing body found

David Barlow’s car was found running but unoccupied at the end of his mother’s driveway last month, Clayton County police said. Two cellphones were found inside of it.  But Barlow was nowhere to be found.  On Tuesday, authorities identified a decomposed body found on Crystal Lake Road in College Park as Barlow. A preliminary autopsy report determined he died from a gunshot wound.  Barlow’s death is being investigated as a homicide, Clayton County police Sgt. Ashanti Marbury said. His family reported the 39-year-old missing on March 29. Several days after his disappearance, authorities found Barlow’s wallet in College Park — but not him.  Three weeks passed until a man, searching for his dog who ran into a wooded area, found Barlow’s body Friday. Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 404-577-8477.  In other news:

Delta plane returns to Hartsfield-Jackson due to smoking engine

Delta plane returns to Hartsfield-Jackson due to smoking engine

A plane returned to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport after takeoff Wednesday evening due to a smoking engine. Delta Air Lines Flight 30 from Atlanta to London Heathrow departed at around 5:51 p.m. The incident occurred shortly after 6 p.m., according to the Atlanta airport. As the plane was ascending, pilots received an indicator warning of a problem with the right engine. They shut that engine down and returned to Atlanta. The plane landed safely back at the airport at 6:35 p.m., according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Aircraft rescue and fire fighting units hosed down the plane’s engine while passengers remained on board. The aircraft was towed to a gate where the 274 passengers and 14 crew members disembarked from the plane. An airport spokesman said there are no reports of injuries and minimal impact to operations. “We apologize to our customers on Delta Flight 30 for delaying their travel,” according to Delta spokesman Anthony Black. “Their safety, and that of the crew, is Delta’s top priority.” The FAA will investigate the incident. Delta said it will use another plane to fly the passengers to London later in the evening. Passengers posted images from the flight.

Lawmakers press for more publicity on harassment settlements

The head of the Capitol Hill office which deals with workplace harassment cases said Wednesday that she still does not have the power to reveal the names of lawmakers who used taxpayer dollars to pay legal harassment settlements, drawing sharp rebukes from members of both parties on a House spending panel, as lawmakers in both the House and Senate expressed growing frustration about the matter.

“The transparency issue is revolting,” said Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL). “It is absolutely unacceptable that we continue to let members who abuse their employees hide.”

At a hearing of a House Appropriations subcommittee, Susan Grundmann, the [More]