Attorneys representing victims of an apartment explosion at the Arrive Perimeter Apartments in Dunwoody announced plans to file a lawsuit.
'Beyond Reckless': Atlanta Attorneys Plan To Sue Arrive Perimeter Apts. After ExplosionAttorneys representing victims of an apartment explosion at the Arrive Perimeter Apartments in Dunwoody announced plans to file a lawsuit.
Wet Weekend AheadRain expected as the remnants of Nicholas move inland.
Georgia Football Celebrates 50 Year Anniversary Of Racial IntegrationThe first five Black football scholarship players played on the 1971 team.
Ceremony Held At Atlanta School Renamed For Herman J. RussellAtlanta Public Schools celebrated the renaming of Joseph E. Brown Middle School after Atlanta native Herman J. Russell. This comes as schools across the nation are removing names of Confederate leaders from their buildings.
Job Seekers Beware: Scammer's Are Looking For Your Personal InformationThe Better Business Bureau has tips to prevent you from falling victim to their schemes.
Rain Forecast For The Next Few DaysThere is some potential for flooding.
Protesters Demand Mask Mandates in Georgia CollegesCollege campuses are becoming the latest setting for the fight over COVID-19 guidelines. All this week, students, staff and supporters will be protesting on Georgia campuses calling for tougher safety measures.
Fire Officials Continue Investigation Into Arrive Perimeter Apartment Explosion In DunwoodyRecovery efforts continue after an explosion injured several people at the Arrive Perimeter Apartments in Dunwoody on Sunday around 1:30 p.m.
KSU's Bailey School Of Music To Deliver 'Emotional' 9/11 Memorial ConcertKennesaw State University's Bailey School of Music is preparing a special concert on Saturday to remember 9/11. The orchestra director and performers shared how their emotional selections will honor the lives lost on that tragic day 20 years ago.
Black Restaurant Week Is Underway In Atlanta Through Sept. 12Black Restaurant Week is in progress and about 100 Metro Restaurants are participating for its fifth year in Atlanta.
Atlanta Public Safety Training Center Faces BacklashThe campus will provide training to members of Atlanta Police Department, Atlanta Fire Rescue, and E911 to ensure best practices in public safety and police instruction.
Family Demands DeKalb Officials Fire Officer Involved In Zadok Williams’ DeathProtesters have continued their fight for justice in the case of Zadok Williams, a DeKalb County man killed by police. The family is now pressuring county officials to fire Sergeant Devon Perry, the officer who pulled the trigger.
Family Of Student Athlete Crushed In Elevator Accident Wants AnswersFamily attorneys launching an investigation.
Body Image And Awareness WeekJolie Noire size inclusive clothing line is featured.
Dragon Con 2021 Draws Thousands Of Fans To AtlantaThousands of fans have already arrived at Dragon Con in Downtown Atlanta, and they're well-dressed for the occasion. The 35th international sci-fi, fantasy and gaming convention is back in full force with a few changes due to COVID.
'Cop City' Training Center Proposal Draws Support, OppositionThe City of Atlanta is considering leasing land in DeKalb County to the Atlanta Police Foundation to build a police training facility, but several organizations are against it, calling it "Cop City."
Protesters Demand DeKalb Police Fire Officer Involved In Zadok Williams' Shooting DeathNearly five months after DeKalb County police shot and killed Matthew Zadok Williams, protesters want the officer involved in the shooting held accountable.
Buckhead Inches Closer To Seceding From The City Of Atlanta"Buckhead City" is another step closer to becoming a reality, as organizers reach another milestone in their efforts to secede from the City of Atlanta.
Blank Slate Monument, March On For Voting Rights Events Honor Dr. King's LegacyThis weekend, thousands of people will attend March on for Voting Rights events across the nation. This comes after a year marred by racial and social injustice and a controversial election cycle. Officials also unveiled an interactive monument in Atlanta to kick off the events.
Gov. Kemp, Atlanta Refugee Groups Respond To Afghanistan Suicide BombingsGovernor Brian Kemp responded to the suicide bombings and withdrawal efforts in Afghanistan, as organizations in Atlanta support refugee evacuation efforts.
Atlanta Technical College Launches Funding Campaign For Transportation And Logistics ProgramA local technical college has a multi-million dollar solution in progress to help address the shortage in skilled labor.
Governor Kemp Calls In National Guard TO Assist Hospitals WIth COVID-19Healthcare systems are overrun by mostly unvaccinated COVID patients
Sen. Ossoff Visits Dobbins Air Reserve BaseU.S. Senator Jon Ossoff began a statewide tour in Marietta on Monday to brief the public on the crisis overseas in Afghanistan and and the COVID crisis here at home.
Positive Energy: From Prison To Living His DreamsJurassic Joe turns his life around traveling the world and making music.