Bernie Sanders Struggles With New Path To Black VotersBernie Sanders courts black voters at MLK remembrance
Funeral Arrangements Set for Fallen Colts Linebacker.Funeral Arrangements have been made for Atlanta Native, Edwin Jackson, who was killed by a drunk driver in Indiana.
NFL Linebacker; Westlake High School Alumni Killed by Drunk Driver in Indiana.Funeral Arrangements are being made for Atlanta Native, Edwin Jackson, who was killed by a drunk driver in Indiana.
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.
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.
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.
Trump boasts of bigger ‘nuclear button’ than North Korea’sDonald Trump takes to Twitter to fire back at North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un.
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.
Baby AJ Released from Hospital After Successful Kidney Transplant2-year-old Baby AJ Burgess was released from Egleston Children's Hospital today after a successful kidney transplant surgery.
Local Post Office Worker Shot and Killed Monday Night.Local Authorities are searching for the killer of a post office worker Monday night.
You Still Need To Vote In The Run Off ElectionEarly voting begins Monday, Nov. 27, 2017, and continues through Friday, Dec. 1. The runoff races will be held Tuesday, Dec. 5.
School Leader Criticized for Handling of Cheerleader ProtestA review of Kennesaw State University President Sam Olens has been completed by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents following the controversy surrounding the kneeling of five black cheerleaders during the national anthem.