Rashad Richey Interviews Zo Williams
I-85 Fire Suspect's Attorneys Say Eleby 'Demonized' By StateBasil Eleby, described as "homeless" and "drug-addicted", was arrested and charged with the March fire that caused the collapse of a portion of Interstate 85 in Atlanta.
Police Officer Caught On Video Stomping Man FiredGeorgia NAACP calls video of man being kicked in head by police officer "disgusting."
Mother Of Slain Fulton County Teen Pleads For Justice On Real TalkRandisha Love's murder is still unsolved. See how you may be able to help this family find closure.
Rashad Richey With Real Talk On President TrumpRashad Richey asks if President Trump sends federal troops to Chicago to deal with the on going violence will Atlanta be far behind?
The Word On The Street: Paying The Price At The PumpsCBS Radio Journalist Julien Virgin takes a closer look at the recent series of car jackings in South Fulton in this first installment of a series titled, "Word on the Street."
Multiple People Dead After Shooting At Ft Lauderdale AirportChaos breaks out at the Ft. Lauderdale airport today after shots were fired. Police have one person in custody.
College Park Man Arrested For Shooting At Uber Driver VehicleFulton County Police received the call around 10:45 p.m., and arrived on scene, but the boyfriend and the woman inside refused to come out of the home. A SWAT team was called and a brief standoff ensued.
Brothers Who Attacked Parents Sentenced to 20-year Prison TermsThe Gwinnett brothers who admitted to attacking their parents and attempting to blow up their home will spend at least two decades in prison.
Killer of LGBT Activist Gets Life Sentence for "Horrific" CrimeA man who killed a gay rights activist will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Man Accused Of Killing Teens Behind Supermarket IndictedIt was a crime that shocked the Atlanta Metro area just days before the teens were set to return to school.
Joyce Littel, Larry Tinsley, And Robert Patillo Discuss What it Takes To Make ItRobert Patillo is fired up about crime within the community and explains that the problem is not the prison system, it's the criminal system