Q: How did Amanda Davis’ DUI trial turn out, and will she be coming back to Fox 5 News?
—Richard H. Siegel, Atlanta
A: No trial date has been set for Amanda Davis, who was charged with driving under the influence, failure to maintain lane and reckless driving when she was arrested following a wrong-way crash on Nov. 11. Davis had been driving northbound in a southbound lane of Piedmont Avenue when the two-car accident occurred, police said in November. Davis might go to trial “by the end of the year or early 2014,” her attorney William Head told Q&A on the News. Davis, who anchored the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. news on Fox 5 and has worked at WAGA since 1986, remains on a leave of absence.
Q: After reading the article about the loss of revenue of wildlife plates, I was wondering which of the Georgia license plates are most popular: The one with the center peach, or the newer, more colorful one with the peaches in the lower left corner?
—Kathy McDonough, Peachtree Corners
A: The Georgia Department of Revenue has issued 1,591,516 of the main version of Georgia’s license plates, which was designed in 2011 and features a peach tree and peaches in the bottom two corners of the plate. The state has issued 520,165 of the plain plate, which is white and features one peach in the middle.
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