Thousands in Georgia Expected to Lose Food StampsThousands of metro Atlanta residents are expected to lose their food stamps this week having failed to meet a new deadline requiring them to find a job.
Free Tax Tips On Too Much TruthIf you have not filed your tax returns yet, there is a seminar coming up this weekend that you may want to attend.
House Delays Vote On Casino Gambling ProposalWill Georgia get casino gambling? Lawmakers are still trying to work that out under the Gold Dome.
Moore On The Story, Beyond The Soundbites: Mike Moore Speaks 1 On 1 With MARTA Chairman Of The Board About Rail ExpansionMike Moore sat down with MARTA Chairman Robbie Ashe on what MARTA rail expansion could mean for residents , commerce , the city of Atlanta and surrounding areas.
Houston Man Arrested for Unpaid Student Loan DebtRashad Richey discusses the arrest of a Houston man by federal officers for unpaid student loan debts and the role the government plays in such arrests.
Marta Announces Hundreds Of Workers To Be Laid OffMARTA has outsourced a number of functions during the last several years as part of a cost-cutting overhaul spearheaded by General Manager and CEO Keith Parker
Georgia Senate Panel Backs Betting On Horse RacesIf you think Georgia should have horse racing you will be interested in what happened today under the Gold Dome.
Macy's To Close 36 Stores Nationwide: Georgia To Lose One StoreOne store here in Georgia will be closing it's doors. The Macy's at North DeKalb Mall is part of the restructuring plan.
Hartsfield Jackson International Airport Breaks A New RecordHartsfield Jackson International Airport, already known as the world's busiest airport, has another reason to be proud today.
White House Pushing Healthcare Enrollment As Deadline NearsA Federal Health Insurance Enrollment Event Is Being Held Today In Atlanta.
Home Depot Continued To Sell Recalled Products28 products that had been recalled were still sitting on Home Depot shelves and sold to customers.
Lawsuit Filed Against McDonald's Restaurant Operator Over Hepatitis A Exposure To CustomersA lawsuit has been filed against the operator of a McDonald’s restaurant in New York claiming customers were exposed to hepatitis A by an employee.