First Slice 7/7/15: Grand jury recommends looking into charges in Dunwoody officer-involved shooting

Plus, Confederate flag debate continues across the South

A civil grand jury has recommended that DeKalb County District Attorney Robert James take one step forward toward charging Dunwoody Police Officer Jason Dove in the 2012 killing of 34-year-old man Bradley Almy, who was shot to death after driving erratically and striking several cars. James has yet to decide whether to ask a criminal grand jury to consider charging Dove in the fatal shooting.

Former Atlanta Fire Rescue Chief Kelvin Cochran, who earlier this year was axed for distributing copies of a self-published book that contained homophobic and anti-Semitic passages, says he "absolutely" wants his job back once a federal lawsuit against the city is resolved.

And just like that, Underground Atlanta's redevelopment has doubled from a $200 million project to a $400 million endeavor, according to South Carolina-based developer WRS.

Why is a tall, white man with glasses exposing himself to women in the Krog Street Tunnel?

Georgia Civil War Commission, a group that includes appointees of Gov. Nathan Deal and Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, has doubled down in its support of the Confederate flag.

The Confederate flag, the "great conundrum of the South,” still flies high just about everywhere in Haralson County, Ga.

South Carolina's Senate has taken the first step toward taking the Confederate battle flag down from its longtime home outside the statehouse. The measure now heads over to the House.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder, who did not criminally prosecute the big banks involved in the 2008 market collapse, will be returning to the law firm that has represented those financial institutions.

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