Heather Alday chooses a chiropractic career path that has your back

It was as a teen growing up in Bainbridge, Ga., that Dr. Heather Alday turned to a chiropractor while dealing with some health issues. The experience helped so much that she eventually decided chiropractic was the career path she wanted to take. Her career choice is a solid one, with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reporting that there are just over 45,200 chiropractors helping patients across the U.S. today. There is a need for more, however, with the agency estimating nearly 8,000 additional chiropractors will be required by the year 2024.

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Chief ADA Al Whitaker makes the gang connection in the Anthony Meredith murder

During closing arguments, the prosecution connected the dots in what he called "gang justice" in the March 2016 shooting death of Anthony Meredith at Peachtree Mall.
Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer
Chief ADA Al Whitaker makes the gang connection in the Anthony Meredith murder 3:49

Chief ADA Al Whitaker makes the gang connection in the Anthony Meredith murder

Defense counsel Nancy Miller warns the jury against fear 2:16

Defense counsel Nancy Miller warns the jury against fear

Defense attorney Tim Flournoy claims mistaken identity 2:40

Defense attorney Tim Flournoy claims mistaken identity

Prosecuting attorney Pete Temesgen describes Anthony Meredith's final moments before his murder at Peachtree Mall 1:53

Prosecuting attorney Pete Temesgen describes Anthony Meredith's final moments before his murder at Peachtree Mall