Army Considers 15 Cities For Home Of New Futures CommandThe Army says the headquarters should be near universities and technology companies.
Alabama Man, 83, Executed For Judge's 1989 Mail-Bomb Slaying
Man Convicted In 1996 Killing In Georgia Set To Be ExecutedThe two men were convicted and sentenced to death in the March 1996 slaying of Donovan Corey Parks.
Carter To Trump: Shun Military Action, Keep Country At PeaceFormer President Jimmy Carter expresses his thoughts on domestic and international politics.
Man Loses Job Over 'Pocket Dial'He sues his boss for invading his privacy.
Delta 1Q Results Top Street As Passenger, Cargo Revenue RiseRevenue rose to $9.97 billion from $9.1 billion.
Complaint: Atlanta City Officials Violated Open Records LawThe complaint gives 10 examples of alleged violations of the Georgia Open Records Act and "a pervasive culture of non-compliance."
Ex-Church Bookkeeper Embezzled $400K, Gets 2 Years In PrisonHer Peachtree City church learned of the misspending when it hired an auditor.
New Atlanta Mayor Asks Current Cabinet Members To ResignCabinet assessment is part of a campaign pledge.
Atlanta Intl Airport Named World's Busiest In 2017The city is within a two-hour flight of 80% of the United States population of more than 300 million people.
Georgia Man Charged After Father Found DeadPolice alerted by tampered ankle monitor.
Man Gets Prison For Obstruction In Atlanta Bribery ProbeAn Atlanta man has been sentenced to prison for obstructing a federal bribery probe for throwing a concrete block through a city contractor's window.