Dunwoody to test weather sirens Friday at Brook Run

The sirens are capable of being heard by anyone outdoors within a one-mile radius and indoors near the vicinity of the siren locations

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Dunwoody police warn of fundraising scams

Police are warning people about kids asking for donations for their sports teams outside of stores.

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Dekalb interim CEO to continue indefinitely

Interim DeKalb County CEO Lee May held a press conference on Oct. 21, following the mistrial of suspended DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis.

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Jury hung in Ellis trial

On the eleventh day of deliberations the jury in the corruption trial of suspended DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis decided it could not reach a verdict.

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Dunwoody installs weather warning system

The sirens will activate when conditions create a threat of a tornado, a thunderstorm with winds at 70 mph or higher, and golf-ball sized hail or larger

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DeKalb schools sets policy for students from Ebola-affected countries

The District notified all principals and administrators that no new students from Ebola-affected countries will be automatically allowed to enroll

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