Women's PGA Tour Professional Mariah Stackhouse discusses plans to compete in her hometown when the championship comes to Atlanta in 2021.
LPGA Golfer Mariah Stackhouse Weighs In On 2021 Championship Coming To AtlantaWomen's PGA Tour Professional Mariah Stackhouse discusses plans to compete in her hometown when the championship comes to Atlanta in 2021.
TAKE 3: 07/14/2020- High Museum of Art - SCAD
Focus Atlanta - L.E.A.DL.E.A.D is the Atlanta recipient of a grant from Degree Deodorant and the Kevin Durant Charity Foundation. Thanks for making Atlanta proud.
Focus Atlanta - Alzheimer's AssociationLearn about support, education and services provided by the Georgia Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.
Focus Atlanta - Thurgood Marshall College FundHelp students attending public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) by reducing financial strain so they can focus on their studies.
GBI: 48 Arrested In Meth, Heroin Drug Trafficking Bust In North GeorgiaThe Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) announced the arrests of 48 people in a major trafficking sting involving multiple drugs and weapons spanning from northern Georgia and into the Metro Atlanta area.
TAKE 3: 07/07/2020-KEFI - ATL Track Club - Papa John's/Shaq
Focus Atlanta - Stretch SocietyFour new locations of Stretch Society are coming to the metro Atlanta area.
Focus Atlanta - Mr.TransmissionGet you car road-trip ready with these tips from you local Mr. Transmission.
Focus Atlanta - PADVThe Partnership Against Domestic Violence continues to do the heavy lifting because a Stay at Home order does not always mean Safe at Home.
Focus Atlanta - Nicholas HouseSupport July virtual events with Nicholas House to help end family homelessness.
Newnan Police Officer Fired In "Use Of Force" Case Files AppealBody cam footage of a Newnan police officer making an arrest results in his termination for alleged Use of Force violations and a grievance filed to reconsider his case. (body cam video: Newnan Police Dept.)
TAKE 3: 06/30/2020-Fernbank -Family Feud - Your Space Virtual Race
Gov. Kemp Signs Georgia Budget, Cuts More Than $2 Billion In SpendingGovernor Brian Kemp held a press conference on June 30, 2020, breaking down some of the key highlights of the nearly $2.6 billion state budget he signed amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic for the 2021 fiscal year.
Focus Atlanta - Broadway from HomeLearn about opportunities for your talented teen to enjoy a summer series with Broadway from Home.
Focus Atlanta - Max's BoxAuthor Brian Wray gives kids tips on dealing with big emotions.
Focus Atlanta - FIXDCheck out fixdapp.com to learn how to become a more educated consumer regarding your car care.
Focus Atlanta - Hawks at HomeYour Atlanta Hawks provide options to closed summer camps with Hawks at Home Program.
Gov. Brian Kemp Signs Historic Hate Crime Bill Into LawGovernor Brian Kemp signed HB 426, which is the Hate Crimes Act of Georgia, into law on June 26, 2020.
Dashcam Revelation: Garrett Rolfe Concerned He'd Face Charges After 2015 ShootingThe former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks was concerned he would face charges after firing three shots during the August 21, 2015 car chase and arrest, according to dash camera footage obtained by CNN. Katie Johnston reports.
Atlanta Mayor Issues Administrative Orders To Revise Use Of Force PoliciesThree weeks after Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms created an Advisory Council to look into the Atlanta Police Department's Use of Force policies, she issued three Administrative Orders to immediately begin revising them. Katie Johnston reports.
'Real Dads Read' Mobile Units Deliver Books To Atlanta ChildrenAtlanta police officers and dads deliver books to children to promote literacy through "Real Dads Read" mobile units.
Cockfighting Ring Shut Down In MidvilleAs a result of raids conducted in December 2019, and most recently on Monday, a total of more than 200 people could face felony or misdemeanor charges for their involvement in cockfighting rings. Katie Johnston reports.
Georgia Legislature Passes Hate Crime BillSpurred by public outrage over the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, the Georgia legislature on Tuesday approved a hate crime bill that will allow enhanced criminal penalties for people who target others because of their race, gender, sexual orientation or other reasons. Katie Johnston reports.