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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.
In Atlanta Escaping Hurricane Irma? Here is Help You May Need.Here are some links to agencies that may be able to help if you have evacuated to Atlanta to escape Hurricane Irma.
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.
Breakfast Is On Chick-fil-AAnd a Happy Chick-n-Mini to you!
Local Complex Water Shut Off Effecting Student's First DayCity of Atlanta shut off Sierra Ridge Apartment complex's water effecting over 90 children days before start of new school year. WAOK's Rashad Richie and others lead charge on getting water back on.
Just Decks Is Assisting The Elderly For FreeA man with a company and a heart decides to help seniors.
Infamous 86-year-old Thief Doris Payne Arrested AgainThe notorious 86-year-old jewel thief who has stolen about $2 million worth of valuables during her lifetime was back at it again Monday night.
In Celebration Of Bad-Spelling BovineCow Appreciation Day At Chick-fil-A
Tow-To-Go On Independence DayFor the holiday, AAA is partnering with Anheuser-Busch to offer its Tow To Go program this Tuesday, July 4th through 6am Wednesday morning, July 5th.
Need A Job? April 28 Could Change Your LifeCongressman David Scott's 14th Annual Jobs Fair will give job seekers an opportunity to potentially fill over 4,000 openings throughout the state of Georgia.
[VIDEO] Real Estate 101: You Will Be Moved!Gentrification is a growing issue in black communities. Not only is it happening in Atlanta, but it is happening all over the United States. So what can we do about it?
Gas Pipeline Blast Could Increase Pump Prices In SoutheastOfficials are telling drivers not to panic, however a September leak that spilled 252,000 to 336,000 gallons of gasoline on the same pipeline led to days of dry pumps and higher gas prices in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolinas.

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