Too Much Truth: Ceasar Mitchell Shares The Real Reason Why He Is Endorsing Mary NorwoodFormer mayor candidate, Ceasar Mitchell, stops by to address his support for Mary Norwood, and to express how he really feels about Mayor Reed calling him a "loser."
Members of the Confederate Monuments Advisory Committee RevealedMayor Reed confirmed the members of newly formed Confederate Monuments Advisory Committee.
Kasim Reed Vs. Everybody"[There are] 10 people running right now who wouldn't have run against me."
Reed Advice To Successor "Don't Blow The Budget": Maria Boynton ReportsAtlanta Mayor Kasim Reed also talks about what he'll do when he leaves office.
Mayor Reed Answers "What Role Did You Play, If Any," In the Cash For Contracts Scandal? Maria Boynton Reports.U.S. Attorney John Horn says the scheme occurred from 2010 to 2015.
Atlanta Bars To Remain Open Beyond Super Bowl SundayMayor Kasim Reed has issued an executive order temporarily allowing the sale of alcoholic beverages beyond normal hours Super Bowl Sunday.
Mayor Kasim Reed's Last State Of The City As Mayor Of AtlantaThe mayor's address focused on the accomplishments from 2016, including the financial growth of the film industry, the city's crime stats, economic development
"Day Of Reckoning" For Mayor Reed To Declare Atlanta "Sanctuary City": Maria Boynton Reports.The group, calling itself the Georgia J20 Coalition, called on Reed to end the arrangement with U.S. Immigration and Customs to hold in jail immigrants who are facing deportation.
Atlanta Falcons Fans Pack City Hall Atrium For Superbowl Pep RallyThroughout the pep rally, the fans danced and shouted "Rise Up"!
Campus Security Improvements Announced For Atlanta University CenterSecurity cameras would be "strategically" placed throughout the AUC.
Atlanta Police Chief Turner Retires As Successor Is Already ChosenMayor Kasim Reed chooses APD Deputy Chief Erika Shields to succeed Chief George Turner when he retires on December 28, 2016.
Mayor Reed Says The Transportation Referenda All Focus On The City Of Atlanta: Maria Boynton ReportsReed wants voters to read their ballot all the way to the end.