Atlanta Mayor Announces New Repeat Offender Tracking Unit To Combat CrimeMayor Andre Dickens announced plans to create a Repeat Offender Tracking Unit. It involves partnership with multiple agencies to address the issue of offenders repeatedly committing felonies.
Atlanta Police, Vision Cathedral ATL Remember Officer Jamaine ChesterThe unexpected death of an Atlanta Police Officer Jamaine Chester has left his friends, colleagues, and church family in a state of shock.
Atlanta Community Food Bank Impacted By Supply Chain ShortagesLocal food banks are feeling the impacts of inflation and high food prices as they try to provide food for those in need. The Atlanta Community Food Bank shares how it’s navigating around the hurdles and how the community can help.
Sandy Springs Residents Raise Concerns Over Planned Hammond Drive ImprovementsSandy Springs' multimillion dollar Hammond Drive Improvement Project, which includes widening the road, is raising concern for some neighbors who say the city has ignored their input and the money could be put to better use.
BET Hosts Atlanta Family Fun Night - Dodgeball EditionSeveral BET shows are set to air for a new season tonight, March 23, 2022. Celebrities from one of the hit shows joined BET and the community in Brookhaven for a dodgeball game over the weekend to celebrate the occasion.
Atlanta's Westside On EPA's National Priority List To Address Lead ContaminationAtlanta’s Westside is now on the EPA’s national priority list to fix a lead contamination problem, and elected officials are calling on residents to help with the solution.
Metro Atlanta Lease-To-Own Option Opens Doors For Aspiring HomeownersA Metro Atlanta lease-to-own program through Pathway Homes is offering a solution to the affordable home crisis and giving local renters a chance at homeownership.
U.S. Attorney General Addresses Police Officer Safety And Wellness In AtlantaDuring U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s visit to Atlanta, he delivered a speech on supporting officers' mental health and safety.
Atlanta Asian Justice Rally Marks One-Year Anniversary Of Spa ShootingsToday marks the one-year anniversary of the Atlanta spa shootings. State and local leaders joined the Asian American community to honor the lives of the eight victims tragically killed.
Atlanta ‘Trapezium’ Students Celebrate Pi Day Through Virtual Math ClubSome local elementary school students celebrated Pi Day on March 14, 2022 virtually with other students across the nation. They’re part of a national math club called Trapezium.
Atlanta's Mayor, Police Chief Address Efforts To Combat Crime, Street RacingCity of Atlanta officials gave an update on efforts to combat crime, including the ongoing issue of street racing. They shared why this crime is high on the priority list and what strategies they are using to address the problem.
Delta Air Lines Pilots Protest In Atlanta Over Scheduling IssuesDelta Air Line pilots protested at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Thursday, demanding the company address pilot shortages and scheduling issues.
Landscapers Digging Their Way Around Record High Gas PricesMetro Atlanta landscapers are digging their way around the high gas prices, finding solutions to keep their businesses up and running.
Skyrocketing Gas Prices Taking A Bite Out of Metro Drivers' WalletsMetro Atlanta truck drivers are finding ways to handle the skyrocketing gas prices.
Metro Atlanta Groups Ride To Selma For 57th Anniversary Of Bloody SundayMetro Atlanta labor and voter advocacy groups rode to Selma, Ala., for the 57th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday.