Bernie Sanders Struggles With New Path To Black VotersBernie Sanders courts black voters at MLK remembrance
Atlanta Is Still Feeling The Effects Of Ransomware CyberattackAtlanta city computer systems are still not operating normally.
Gov. Deal Opposes Medical Marijuana Cultivation In GeorgiaLegalizing the cultivation of medical marijuana in Georgia is still an uphill battle without the support of Governor Nathan Deal.
CBS MoneyWatch Tuesday, January 30th 2018
State of The Union Debrief
APS Announces Modified School Schedule Following Snow Days.30 minutes will be added to the end of each school day from January 29 through March 30 to make up for the loss of student instructional time.
Atlanta Named Finalist In Amazon Headquarter SweepstakesAtlanta is one of the final 20 cities in the running to host Amazon's HQ2, slated to bring over 50,000 jobs.
Former Atlanta City Official Punished for Bribe ScandalFormer chief of procurement for the city of Atlanta, Adam Smith was sentenced to more than a year in prison Tuesday morning for exchanging city contracts for cash.
Town Hall Meeting Tonight To Discuss Sam's Club ClosureThe Sam's Club in Stonecrest closed abruptly last week
'America Is Already Great. If You Had The Benefit Of 244 Years Of Free Labor, You'd Be Great Too'Donald Trump and his administration were frequent subjects at The Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Ecumenical Commemorative Service - even with HUD Secretary Ben Carson in attendance as one of the guest speakers.
Atlanta Police: Please - no guns in cars at championship gameSecurity is expected to be especially tight for Monday's CFP championship game between Alabama and Georgia with President Trump in attendance.
We Remember 2017: The Year The Men Were FiredLooking for a job? There are several openings after the year that saw more than 50 men either get fired, resign or suspended following allegations of sexual misconduct.