Mayor Bottoms Wants An Inspector General To Address CorruptionAtlanta Mayor Bottoms has issued an executive order to urge City Hall to create a new office of inspector general.
Atlanta Peach Drop Not Happening New Year's Eve 2019After three decades, the annual Atlanta New Year's Eve peach drop won't happen this year, according to the city.
Suspects Using E-Scooters Carjack A Man In MidtownOn the same day as the Atlanta City Council introduced legislation to prohibit any new e-scooter permits in the wake of three deaths, two men are accused of using the alternative transportation device to carjack a man in Midtown.
Updated: Atlanta City Council Votes To Settle Ex-Fire Chief's Lawsuit For $1.2 MillionAtlanta's City Council has voted to settle a $1.2 million lawsuit brought by the city's former fire chief who was dismissed after he wrote a book that included anti-gay passages.
Mayor Appoints New Leader For HartsfieldMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced Tuesday that John Selden has been appointed general manager
Atlanta Stops Holding Immigration Detainees In Its JailMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed an executive order directing the Atlanta City Detention Center to stop accepting detainees of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Auditor: Kasim Reed Wasn't Authorized To Give BonusesThe report to city officials Wednesday agreed with the findings of a separate internal investigation that the bonuses and other cash payouts to staff from Reed and his aides violate the Georgia constitution
Human Rights Murals Will Transform Atlanta For Super BowlThe project will create up to 30 murals focusing on Atlanta's past, present and future role in civil and human rights.
Black Women Look To Flex Power In Georgia Governor's RaceAmerica could get its first black woman governor.
Atlanta Wants Probe into $500K in Bonuses Given by Ex-mayorFormer Mayor Kasim Reed's administration handed out more than five hundred and eighteen thousand dollars in bonuses to city employee’s during his last days in office.
Atlanta Mayor Announces Tool To Let Public Track SpendingAtlanta's mayor has announced the development of a tool that she says will allow anyone to track the city's spending.
New Atlanta Mayor Asks Current Cabinet Members To ResignCabinet assessment is part of a campaign pledge.
Cyberattacks Wakeup Call For Local Governments To PrepareAtlanta city government ransomed for $51,000