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We Remember 2017: Las Vegas’ Deadliest DayWe may never know why Stephen Paddock fired a semi automatic assault rifle on a crowd of concert goers in Las Vegas in October 1st.
Local Post Office Worker Shot and Killed Monday Night.Local Authorities are searching for the killer of a post office worker Monday night.
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.
Man Wrongfully Convicted in 1974 Released From PrisonA Louisiana man is free after being wrongfully convicted for rape in 1974.
Georgia Election Server Wiped After Suit FiledAn investigation is underway to see who ordered the server's data to be erased.
Oakland City Mother Charged With Murder of Her Two ChildrenAn Atlanta mother, battling with mental health issues, has been charged with killing her 2 young boys,
Fulton County Sheriff's Office Hosts Annual Youth Conference This SaturdayFulton County Sheriff's Office is hosting the 8th Annual H.Y.P.E. (Helping Youth Prosper and Evolve) Youth Conference this Saturday, October 14th at Atlanta Metropolitan State College. The program is designed for middle and high school students to participate in three workshops focusing on gangs, the judicial system, law enforcement and youth interaction.
Hit and Run Accident Killed Morehouse Senior.A hit and run accident on I-20 Westbound resulted in the death of a Morehouse Senior Sunday Evening.
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.
Officer Who Shot Ga Tech Student Had Been On Job 16 MonthsThe police officer involved in the fatal shooting of a Georgia Tech student over the weekend had been on the force for less than 2 years.
Triple Homicide at a Dekalb Apartment ComplexPolice are searching of the person responsible for a triple homicide in a Dekalb County apartment complex Tuesday evening.
'Trump Encouraging Alt-right Movement And Symbols Must Come Down'Atlanta NAACP President Richard Rose says the Confederacy is upheld because it criticizes black and brown people and upholds white supremacy.

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