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Atlanta Named Finalist In Amazon Headquarter SweepstakesAtlanta is one of the final 20 cities in the running to host Amazon's HQ2, slated to bring over 50,000 jobs.
Former Atlanta City Official Punished for Bribe ScandalFormer chief of procurement for the city of Atlanta, Adam Smith was sentenced to more than a year in prison Tuesday morning for exchanging city contracts for cash.
Town Hall Meeting Tonight To Discuss Sam's Club ClosureThe Sam's Club in Stonecrest closed abruptly last week
We Remember 2017: A Day Of Darkness At The World’s Busiest AirportFlights into and out of the world's busiest airport were stopped for almost 12 hours causing a major backlog for travelers at the beginning of the holiday travel season.
Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson Airport Shut Down After Power OutageThousands of airline travelers are stranded because of a power outage at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport.
Reward Increased For Barcelona Wine Bar Shooting SuspectsAtlanta Police have increased the reward for suspects responsible for robbing a local wine bar and killing manager.
Report: $6 Million In Ebola Funds Stolen From Red Cross In Fraud Schemethe missing money was uncovered after the Red Cross looked at how the organization spent over $120 million gathered to fight Ebola
The Real Mayoral Candidates of AtlantaYou've heard of the Real Housewives of Atlanta now Attorney Robert Patillo would like to introduce you to the Real Mayoral Candidates of Atlanta.
Update-MARTA Service Suspended Will Resume Limited Service TuesdayIn an unprecedented move MARTA officials have decided to suspend all transportation service Monday because of Hurricane Irma. MARTA officials say safety is their first concern.
MARTA General Manager and CEO Keith Parker ResignsThe Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is searching for a new CEO after Keith Parker resigned.
Gas Prices Surge Higher As Drivers Rush To Fill Their TanksGas prices in Atlanta and other cities are more than 50 cents a gallon higher since Hurricane Harvey caused massive flooding in Texas.
Rashad Richey Asks Should Laughing Be A Federal Case?Should laughing in any scenario result in a criminal offense, apparently and the sentence that may go along with it.

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