A Final Farewell: Atlanta, Former Presidents Remember Rep. John LewisInside Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, family members, friends, and dignitaries bid their final farewells to civil rights legend Congressman John Lewis on July 30, 2020.
Hundreds Pay Respects To Rep. John Lewis At Georgia State CapitolHundreds of mourners gathered at the Georgia State Capitol on June 29 2020, to pay respects to U.S. Representative John Lewis, as he lies in state in the Rotunda.
TAKE 3: 07/28/2020- Jurassic Quest - Survival Safari - TFTI Experience
Gwinnett Co. Parents, Students Hold Second Protest Calling For In-Person ClassesParents and students held a second protest in Gwinnett County over the decision to start the 2020-21 school year with only virtual instruction and no other options, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ATL Mayor Gives Update On COVID-19, Gov. Kemp Lawsuit And Biden CampaignMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms gave an update on a lawsuit Governor Brian Kemp filed against her and members of City Council during an online COVID-19 update on July 23, 2020.
TAKE 3: 07/21/2020- Escape the Netherworld - ATL Ice Cream Festival - Arby's
Atlanta Mayor Defies Governor, Doubles Down On City Mask RequirementAtlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms held a virtual conference on July 16, 2020, while recovering from COVID-19, providing an update on her mask requirement and other city matters.
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
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
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.
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.
'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.
Celebration Of Life Held For Rayshard BrooksFor those who knew Rayshard Brooks, the Celebration of Life service at historic Ebenezer Baptist Church was full of rejoicing and sadness.
Public Viewing For Rayshard Brooks Underway In AtlantaPeople have arrived to say goodbye to Rayshard Brooks, 27, who was recently killed by an Atlanta police officer during an arrest outside a Wendy's restaurant.
Confederate Statue Removed In Decatur, Sons Of Confederate Veterans Vows LawsuitThose who have long wanted to see the Confederate statue in Decatur taken down are celebrating after crews removed it last night. DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Clarence Seeliger deemed it a nuisance and ordered its removal.
Gerald Bostock, Attorney Weigh In On LGBTQ Supreme Court WinIn a FaceTime interview with CW69, Gerald Bostock and his attorney Thomas Mew weighed in on their Supreme Court victory against workplace discrimination of LGBTQ employees and plans to resume their case with Clayton County.
TAKE 3: 06/16/2020- High Museum of Art - Father's Day in Sandy Springs - Battery ATL Reopening
Voter Advocate Discusses Primary Election Mishaps, November Election ConcernsTwo days after the Georgia Primary Election, officials are still counting the votes. Voter advocates are still pondering what went wrong at several polls and what could happen if the problems aren’t fixed before the August runoffs and November election.
Voter Advocate Discusses Primary Election Mishaps, November Election ConcernsTwo days after the Georgia Primary Election, officials are still counting the votes. Voter advocates are still pondering what went wrong at several polls and what could happen if the problems aren’t fixed before the August runoffs and November election.
Georgia Election WoesState facing harsh criticism over problems at the polls.

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