Local Purple Heart Veterans Make Holiday Baskets For Military Serving OverseasNot everyone can make it home for Christmas, and that includes members of our U.S. military serving overseas. Some local Purple Heart veterans are working to make their holidays brighter.
Christmas Shopping In Metro Atlanta: Tips For Last Minute GiftsJust like any other year, Metro Atlanta shoppers are hitting the stores at the midnight hour, looking for those last minute Christmas gifts. CW69's Valencia Jones spoke with an expert on how to make the magic happen.
Atlanta Police Share Holiday Crime Prevention TipsCrime tends to increase during the holidays, as shoppers get out to make their Christmas purchases. Atlanta police share how to stay safe while shopping.
Shopping For Techies And Gamers: How To Find Christmas GiftsChristmas shopping for gamers and tech-saavy folks can be a challenge, for those who don’t necessarily speak their language. An expert shared some advice on how to tackle this holiday task.
First Piedmont Healthcare Workers Receive COVID-19 VaccineThe first five Piedmont Newton and Rockdale healthcare workers were more than ready to roll up their sleeves to get the COVID-19 vaccine on December 17, 2020.
'COVID Survivors For Change' Host Day Of Remembrance In Atlanta To Honor VictimsThe non-partisan network COVID Survivors For Change held a ceremony at the Georgia State Capitol to remember victims.
President-Elect Biden Rallies For Ossoff, Warnock In AtlantaJoe Biden rallied in Atlanta for Democratic U.S. Senate Candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, urging people to vote early ahead of the January runoff election.
A Mother's Gift Of Life: Newnan Mom Reflects On Donating Her Liver To Save Her Infant SonA local mother gave her very sick newborn son the ultimate gift of life, just after he was born. Three years later, the family is still counting their blessings.
Federal Judge Hears Case On Georgia's Alleged Voter PurgeDistrict Judge Steve Jones heard arguments alleging the Secretary of State’s office unjustly cancelled roughly 200,000 voter registrations last year.
Stonecrest Mayor Vs. City Council: Who Makes The Decisions?Pressure is mounting against the Mayor of Stonecrest, as he faces a number of accusations, including extortion and illegal use of city funds. This is all surfacing as residents push back against the construction of a recycling center.
Fulton County 'Dads, Daughters And Dolls Plus Sons' Toy Drive Ends Friday, Dec. 11Fulton County Commission Vice Chairman Marvin Arrington is remembering incarcerated fathers who can’t spend the holidays with their children through his annual "Dads, Daughters and Dolls Plus Sons" Toy Drive.
Georgia Gov. Kemp Announces COVID Vaccine Distribution PlansGeorgia will soon see several hundred thousand doses of COVID-19 vaccines, according to Governor Brian Kemp and state health officials.
GA Sec. Of State Re-Certifies Election, Responds To More Alleged MisinformationElection officials have now re-certified Georgia’s election, as they continue responding to alleged misinformation and accusations of a rigged election.
Six-Year-Old Smyrna Boy Holds Hot Wheels Toy DriveSix-year-old Landon Floyd of Smyrna holds a Hot Wheels Toy Drive, collecting donations through Amazon.
Voter Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against Georgia Sec. Of State RaffenspergerSeveral voter rights organizations filed a lawsuit against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, saying his office wrongfully purged more than 200,000 voter registrations from the system last year.