APD Officers, Driver Reflect On Dramatic Crash Rescue Caught On Body CameraThe driver of a vehicle involved in a fiery crash and the Atlanta police officers who saved his life recall the horrific chain of events that ultimately led to his rescue.
Atlanta Holds Groundbreaking Ceremony For Cascade Road Improvement ProjectThe City of Atlanta broke ground on the Cascade Road Complete Street Project on November 17, 2021.
Georgia Labor, Home Care Worker Advocates Urge Congress To Pass Build Back Better ActLabor advocates demand Congress pass the Build Back Better agenda as a solution to the the home care worker shortage and low wages.
Stonecrest Resident, State Lawmaker Respond To Federal Charges Against MayorStonecrest residents and a state lawmaker weigh in on federal charges against Mayor Jason Lary.
Metro Atlanta Residents Impacted By Highest Inflation In DecadesWe’re seeing the highest inflation in decades in the country, and according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Atlanta's inflation topped all other metro areas around the country in October 2021.
Atlanta VA Medical Center Holds First Veterans Day ParadeAtlanta VA Medical Center staff hosted a parade to salute the veterans they serve every day on November 11, 2021. The Atlanta Braves Organization joined in with their food truck for the occasion.
Atlanta Mayor Announces New Pre-Arrest Diversion Center To Open At City JailAtlanta moves forward with putting a pre-arrest diversion center at the city jail. This comes after years of debate on what to do with the jail and overcrowding at the Fulton County Jail.
Dept. Of Labor Recognizes Atlanta-Based Company For Hiring, Supporting VeteransThe U.S. Department of Labor recognizes hundreds of businesses, including Atlanta-based Scientific Research Corporation, for hiring and supporting veterans.
Metro Atlanta Stores Launch Holiday Shopping Season, Black Friday DealsIt’s officially holiday shopping season in Metro Atlanta. Customers cashed in on some early Black Friday deals at The Outlet Shoppes of Atlanta this past weekend.
'How Not To Suck At Money': Invesco, Sports Legends Discuss Financial Literacy At Georgia TechAtlanta-based Invesco launched a financial literacy game called "How Not To Suck at Money." They joined sports legends for a panel discussion at Georgia Tech.
BBB: Military Spouses and Veterans Report Highest Losses to Employment ScamsAccording to the Better Business Bureau, military spouses and veterans are often hit the hardest by employment scams.
Georgia’s New Election Law Impacts Fulton Co. Voters, Polls During November 2021 ElectionGeorgia voters and poll volunteers had new rules to follow on November 2, 2021 in the wake of Georgia's election law. Some affect voters while others lay out procedures election offices need to follow.
Fulton Co. Commission Chairman Pitts Discusses 2021 Election Preps, 2020 Election CriticismFulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts shares what voters can expect on November 2, 2021 and responds to ongoing criticism from last year’s election.
Cobb Co. Police Increase Security Measures For World SeriesWith fans expected to crowd Truist Park and The Battery for the World Series through the weekend, Cobb County police say they’re taking extra safety measures, and they’re asking for help from the public.
Hosea Helps Celebrates 50th Anniversary And Grand Opening Of New FacilityHosea Helps is celebrating 50 years and the grand opening of their new location. Celebrities and community leaders helped cut the ribbon on the new facility on October 28, 2021.