Tennessee State's Abercrombie Moving To Shepard CenterTennessee State linebacker Christion Abercrombie will be transferred to an Atlanta facility as he continues his recovery from a serious head injury. Matt Yurus reports.
Sentenced: Powder Springs Man Using Church To Hide Money, Cut TaxesA Powder Springs man who funneled millions of dollars through a church he created to avoid paying federal taxes has been sentenced to spend a year and a half in prison. Matt Yurus reports.
3 Charged In Shooting Death Of Man Found By ChildrenThree people have been arrested in the shooting death of a man whose body was found by children near a walking trail in Gwinnett County. Matt Yurus reports.
Insider Trading: Ex-Equifax Manager Gets Home ConfinementA former Equifax manager was sentenced Tuesday to serve eight months home confinement for engaging in insider trading after the company's massive data breach last year. Matt Yurus reports.
The Season Of Injuries: Falcons Devonta Freeman Goes On IRIn another major setback for a team that already has lost several key players, Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman is going on injured reserve. Matt Yurus reports.
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. Matt Yurus reports.
Georgia High Court Won’t Stop Vote on Creation of Eagle’s LandingGeorgia's Supreme Court on Monday declined to stop voting in a referendum on whether a new city of Eagle's Landing should be created from part of the existing city of Stockbridge. Matt Yurus reports.
Paine College Loses Lawsuit To Preserve AccreditationAn historically black college lost a lawsuit seeking to preserve its regional accreditation, adding to questions about its future. Matt Yurus reports.
Cattle Roundup Over: Last Cow Captured Weeks After Truck CrashOfficials say a cow that spent two weeks on the lam after a livestock truck overturned on a busy interstate junction north of Atlanta has been caught. Matt Yurus reports.
Ex-Falcons Player Faces Child Sex Charge In ColumbusPolice say a former a Falcons player has been charged in Columbus with aggravated child molestation. Matt Yurus reports.
Injury Woes Continue: Falcons Kicker Bryant Likely To Miss Next GameFalcons kicker Matt Bryant is likely to miss the next game against the New York Giants after straining his right hamstring kicking a 57-yard field goal that helped Atlanta snap a three-game losing streak. Matt Yurus reports.
Voter Registration Extended In 4 Hurricane-Hit GA CountiesGeorgia Gov. Nathan Deal extended the voter registration deadline in four southwest Georgia counties hit by Hurricane Michael. Matt Yurus reports.
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Michael Hurls Debris Through Roof Killing Georgia Girl, 11By all accounts, Sarah Radney was safe inside her grandparents' home when Hurricane Michael roared into southwest Georgia. Matt Yurus reports.
Ex-Cop Accused Charged In Motocross Event ShootingProsecutors say a former Atlanta police sergeant shot a man while working off duty directing traffic after a motocross event and is now facing charges. Matt Yurus reports.
Former Hays State Prison Guard Pleads Guilty To Smuggling DrugsA former Georgia Department of Corrections officer pled guilty to taking money from an inmate to run drugs into Hays State Prison. Matt Yurus reports.
Hurricane Forces Pence To Cancel Georgia VisitFor the second time Vice President Mike Pence cancelled a planned visit to Georgia and Alabama as hurricanes pounded the region. Matt Yurus reports.
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Stormy Waters: Lloyd Pierce Set To Begin 1st Year As Hawks New CoachLloyd Pierce is not expecting a smooth ride in his first season as a head coach. Matt Yurus reports.
Duke-Georgia Tech Headlines ACCDuke at Georgia Tech. This matchup of the ACC's longest-tenured head coaches — both Duke's David Cutcliffe and Tech's Paul Johnson have been on the job since 2007. Matt Yurus reports.
SEC Matchup: No. 2 Georgia Faces Tough Test At No. 13 LSUNo. 2 Georgia at No. 13 LSU: Georgia might be in for its toughest game so far this season when it travels to face LSU in Death Valley. Matt Yurus reports.
Delta Profits Soar As Demand Drives Ticket Prices HigherDelta topped third-quarter profit expectations with strong travel demand pushing ticket prices higher. Matt Yurus reports.
Falcons Have Gone From High Hopes To Major DisappointmentExpected to be one of the NFL's stronger teams, the Falcons are probably the most disappointing through the first five weeks of the season. Matt Yurus reports.
Convicted Of Fraud: 3 Atlanta Area Men Who Ran Currency ExchangeThree Atlanta area men who ran a currency exchange business have been convicted of fraud. Matt Yurus reports.

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