Baby AJ Released from Hospital After Successful Kidney Transplant2-year-old Baby AJ Burgess was released from Egleston Children's Hospital today after a successful kidney transplant surgery.
Enjoy A Suite With A Side Of Civil Rights HistoryAtlanta is the home of the civil rights movement and now visitors can learn about the history of the movement while staying at a well known hotel.
What If Roy Moore Is Telling The Truth?Patillo says as a democratic society there are some hard questions that must be answered in order to maintain balance.
Man Wrongfully Convicted in 1974 Released From PrisonA Louisiana man is free after being wrongfully convicted for rape in 1974.
MTSU Student Talks About White Lives Matter Rally Near College CampusMTSU has canceled various events for Saturday and will lock resident halls this weekend in anticipation of a “White Lives Matter” rally.
Members of the Confederate Monuments Advisory Committee RevealedMayor Reed confirmed the members of newly formed Confederate Monuments Advisory Committee.
Morehouse AD Robbed by Woman He Met on CraigslistMorehouse Athletic Director was robbed at gunpoint in his Fayette home after inviting woman he met on Craigslist over.
Frat At Cornell To Close Amid Black Student Beating ProbePolice are investigating the beating of a Black student beaten on the campus of Cornell University
Unveiling Of MLK Statue Ignites Multiple Social DiscussionsThousands showed up to see the unveiling of MLK's statue at the State Capitol, yet others came to bring attention to issues King advocated for during his lifetime.
Atlanta's Most Influential Spiritual Leaders Collectively Denounce RacismDr. Bernice A King and Pastor Reggie Joiner led a group of multi-racial pastors in denouncing racism, bigotry and violence in America at the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church Thursday morning.
Kaepernick Inspired 'United We Stand Rally' In AtlantaCrowds of people assembled to raise awareness on racial discrimination, civil rights, and to get quarterback Colin Kaepernick employed back into the NFL.
Radio Caller Ms. May Touches All With Her Testimony Of Confederate FlagMs. May broke through the political talking points and propaganda surrounding symbols of the Confederacy.