ATLANTA (WAOK)- The Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights is preparing for its official opening this weekend. The Center for Civil and Human Rights is the new home to various authentic documents and exclusive […]
Federal government has formally notified the state of Georgia that it can not make people who receive food stamps take drug tests in order to receive them. In April, a law was signed by Gov. […]
Reports of a video posted online of an elderly man being thrown off a MARTA train on June 7 have police investigating the incident. The cellphone footage shows an elderly man speaking as he is […]
The U. S. Department of Agriculture tells the state of Georgia on Tuesday that no law can be passed requiring a drug test from certain food stamp recipients. According to Robin Bailey, USDA Regional Administrator, […]
The hiring of 10 new principals was approved by The Board of Atlanta Public Schools on Monday. The new principals will begin their new positions starting July 1. The new principals are as follows: -Gideons […]
Atlanta VA Center officials say they are working to improve wait times and access to their care facilities. As a nationwide growing problem of long VA center wait times peak, the Atlanta VA Center stands […]
Panera reps say the food chain will remove artificial colors, flavors, sweetners, and preservatives from their food by the year 2016. The change to the food stems from a growing dislike by the company’s customers […]
Atlanta -(WAOK) There is some apparent opposition to the sale of Morris Brown College to the city of Atlanta and Friendship Baptist Church. Clark Atlanta University and the African Methodist Episcopal Church have filed objections […]
Soda giant says it will stop adding brominated vegetable oil to some flavors of Fanta, Fresca and a few other citrus-flavored drinks as well as Powerade.
Chick-fil-A widened its lead over rival KFC as the No. 1 chicken chain in the U.S. last year.