Outrage after Delaware State Univ. lacrosse team bus searched for drugs in GeorgiaVideo from a traffic stop involving Delaware State University’s lacrosse team is sparking outrage. Georgia police searched their bus and luggage for drugs in what the university called a “humiliating process.”
Judge: Greene is qualified for reelection; Raffensperger gets final sayA judge in Atlanta on Friday found that U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is qualified to run for reelection, but the final decision is up to Ga. Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger.
Georgians respond to leaked Supreme Court Roe v. Wade draft opinionThe leaked Supreme Court draft opinion regarding plans to overturn Roe v. Wade is drawing strong reactions from both sides of the aisle in Georgia.
Advocate calls on government to provide free Uber, Lyft service for seniorsA community advocate is demanding city, county, and state officials provide free Uber and Lyft rides for senior citizens.
Georgia judge allows suit challenging Marjorie Taylor Greene's reelection bid to proceedA federal lawsuit that could exclude GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia from running for reelection will now go forward.
Atlanta mayor, police announce "significant arrests" of repeat offenders, fugitivesAPD officials joined Mayor Andre Dickens for a press conference on Thursday, to release details on some significant arrests made and their ongoing efforts to bring repeat offenders and fugitives to justice.
US Rep. Nikema Williams, lawmakers propose 'Clean Slate' student debt reliefUS Rep. Nikema Williams joins other lawmakers to introduce the Clean Slate bills to provide financial relief to student loan borrowers.
Tiger Woods To Play At The MastersTiger Woods will be back playing in the professional golf arena at the Masters at Augusta National, after a car accident in February of 2021. 
Gwinnett Stripers Looking For a New 'Fridge'The Gwinnett Stripers are looking for a new person to put on the skin-tight silver bodysuit and goggles to become "The Fridge."
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.
'Terror and anguish' persist one year after killings at Atlanta-area spasPresident Joe Biden on Wednesday remembered the victims of the shootings at three massage businesses in Georgia a year earlier and decried racism, misogyny and gun violence.