'There Will Be A Recount': Georgia Secretary Of State Gives Election UpdateSecretary of State Brad Raffensperger says there will be recount in Georgia, as the margin of votes that could determine who will become the next president is gets tighter.
Georgia's Outstanding Ballots: The Long Wait For Election ResultsElections workers were still counting the ballots two days after Election Day, with no clear answer on when Georgia will have the results.
Record Breaking Election: Metro Atlanta Voters Didn't Let Glitches Deter ThemMetro Atlanta voters show up for a record-breaking Election Day, despite issues at the polls.
Countdown In Georgia: Workers Continue Tallying The Votes After Election DayOne day after Election Day, workers were still tallying up the votes in Georgia to determine the final outcome.
Former Pres. Obama Campaigns For Biden In AtlantaLess than 24 hours before Election Day, Former President Barack Obama campaigned for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris at Turner Field during a drive-in rally.
Cobb County Voters Crowd The Polls For Last Day Of Early VotingThe polls closed at 7 p.m. Friday night, marking the end of early voting, but hundreds of Cobb County voters were still waiting in long lines to cast their ballots.
DeKalb County PD Announces Project Lifesaver Program To Locate Missing PersonsPolice in DeKalb County now have the ability to track missing persons using a special device that can locate them in less than an hour. The program is offered through an organization called Project Lifesaver.
Tropical Storm Zeta Leaves Trail Of Devastation In Metro AtlantaTropical Storm Zeta left a trail of damage and devastation around Metro Atlanta Thursday morning, claiming several lives, including a Gwinnett County couple in their twenties.
Atlanta Mayor On Police Brutality Cases: 'I Took Very Swift Actions'Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms responds to accusations of failing to settle cases of police brutality victims and not insuring police officers.
Georgia's Early Voting Ends Oct. 30: 'Those Lines Will Be Getting Longer'With one week left before the November 3 election, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger encourages the public to vote before the early voting deadline.
Alleged Atlanta Police Brutality Victims' Families Demand City Buy InsuranceAttorneys and family members of police brutality victims are demanding the City of Atlanta insure police officers and settle their cases.
Atlanta Activists Rally Against Proposed Street Racing AmendmentCommunity activists in Atlanta voice concerns about a proposed city code amendment related to street racing and a bail requirement for offenders.
Fulton Co. Election Officials Tackle COVID OutbreakFulton County officials say five permanent employees and 18 contractors working at the elections warehouse have tested positive for COVID-19.
Dunwoody Launches 'Let's Do Lunch' CampaignDunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch launched a Let’s Do Lunch Campaign to encourage the public to support local restaurants during lunchtime.
Attorneys Demand City Of Atlanta Pay $16 Million For Secoriea Turner's DeathAttorneys with The Davis Bozeman and Cochran Law Firms are demanding the City of Atlanta pay $16 million for the death of Secoriea Turner, 8.