Therrell High School Named Semi-Finalist for 10M GrantIt's for the Atlanta Arts and Innovation Academy (AAIA) $10 million grant application.
The Movement : Jazzy Thursday PlaylistToday's jazzy Thursday playlist we have some classic hits from Miles Davis, Chaka Khan, Cameo and we show some love to the late great Phyllis Hyman. Sit back and enjoy these classic jazzy hits !
Maria Boynton Exclusive: Mayor Kasim Reed Talks About The Struggles Of The Atlanta StreetcarMayor Reed says that he is pleased with the decision by GDOT to allow the Atlanta Streetcar to continue.
Kidnappers Demand 100K Ransom And Lead Police On Chase Through AtlantaThe suspects' vehicle crashed into a building in the area of Metropolitan Parkway.
Maria Boynton Exclusive: Hawks CEO Steve Koonin Says It's About Putting The Right Pieces And People In PlaceKoonin says "we need to keep making Philips Arena a tough place for the enemy to play."
Atlanta Police Shoot, Kill Suspected Car ThiefIt happened overnight outside an apartment complex near Monroe Drive.
Atlanta Congressmen Join No Bill, No Break Sit-In To Demand A Vote On Gun ViolenceCivil Rights icon, Atlanta Congressman John Lewis, led the protest on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Shooting And Fiery Wreck Cause Major Problems On I-75It all began with a shooting at a motel on Fulton Industrial Boulevard.
Maria Boynton Exclusive: DeKalb CEO May Talks Future And Regrets About Hiring Mike BowersMay talks having regrets about hiring Mike Bowers to lead the investigation into corruption in DeKalb County.
Maria Boynton Reports: Atlanta Clergy Call For Stricter Gun Laws To Help Curb ViolenceVigil at Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church remembered the 49 victims of the mass shooting in Orlando, Fl., and the 9 victims shot and killed in Charleston last year.
Maria Boynton Reports: Ceasar Mitchell Declares Candidacy For Mayor Of AtlantaMitchell says that paying, training, and motivating police will be a priority.
Maria Boynton Reports: Free Summer Meals Program Underway To Combat Child HungerAccording to the Georgia Food Bank Program, an estimated 85 percent of Georgia children on the free and reduced lunch program go hungry in the summer.