On February 18, 2014, 116 GA House Republicans and 3 conservative GA House Democrats passed House Bill 875 which would allow additional access for gun owners with a carry permit to bring their weapons virtually […]
In a short but candid interview with Mayor Kasim Reed, Rashad Richey, host of “Real Talk with Rashad Richey” asked probative questions about the Mayor’s handling of SNOWJAM 2014 and Medicaid Expansion in GA. There […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)-As the thaw continues in the Atlanta metro area from the “Snowmeggedon” freeze of 2014, many motorists are now dealing with the reality of having to find their vehicles. In some cases motorists must […]
Georgia had 90,000 more jobs in December than it did at that point a year ago.
Starting Monday, January 13, Moral Monday’s will begin in Georgia. A movement in which activists from across the state will descend on the state capitol to protest for moral issues such as Medicaid, Unemployment Benefits, […]
Surprise deaths, suspicious deaths and deaths that at least seemed like they could have been avoided dominated the Atlanta news scene this past year – and that doesn’t even include the pall that was cast […]
Advocacy groups are fighting a Georgia policy that would charge the state’s nearly 800,000 users of taxpayer-funded cellphone service a $5 per month fee.
Atlanta (WAOK/AJC) — The City of Atlanta and other municipalities will hold run-off elections today December 3. Many school boards, city councils, and mayors will still be decided. The race for Board of Education seats is of […]
Washington (WAOK/Fox News) — President Barack Obama has decided to push back the date for the second round of enrollment under his Affordable Care Act. The original date set for October 15, 2014 was pushed […]
Atlanta (WAOK/AJC) — Dekalb County Interim CEO Lee May has announced that the county will hold three meetings to get input from residents regarding re-structuring the counties government. Dekalb county is the only county in […]