It’s a “limited time offer” according to Christopher Patterson with City of Atlanta Municipal Court. He’s talking about the court’s Warrant Amnesty Program. For the next seven weeks, those with outstanding warrants, according to Patterson, […]
Hank Thomas lives in Stone Mountain, an area of metro Atlanta that is represented by Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04). Thomas is one of three surviving original Freedom Riders. “They were heroes who rode buses and […]
DULUTH, GA. (WAOK)-Police have released a sketch of the suspect in a January robbery that left a Duluth man shot. According to Gwinnett County police spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera, the victim was walking near an […]
Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens is warning Georgians to be alert for “telephone calls from individuals claiming to have life insurance proceeds available to them for a fee.” According to Hudgens, “My office has received complaints […]
Thomas J. Lee was arrested in Mississippi after five people were found dead in his LaGrange home.
Thomas J. Lee, 26, is facing five counts of murder after bodies were found in their LaGrange home.
Elrey “Bud” Runion was a veteran. The 69 year old man and his 66 year old wife June, are to be laid to rest today at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton. Services were held […]
The two black hearses were positioned just outside the entrance doors into Mount Paran North Church of God. Many came to the Marietta church on Saturday, January 31, 2015, to say a final goodbye to […]
It’s called Ferguson Politics 101 and WAOK talk show host Rashad Richey is taking it to Ferguson, Missouri. Richey, who hosts Real Talk With Rashad Richey, is a former political director and lead strategist for […]
Nine civil rights protestors, the Friendship 9, were convicted in 1961 of breach of peace and trespassing. They were protesting at a segregated lunch counter in Rock Hill, South Carolina. They were Thomas Gaither, Clarence […]