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.
Sen. Ossoff Visits Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Briefs Georgia On Infrastructure, Afghanistan And COVIDSen. Jon Ossoff stopped at Dobbins Air Reserve Base to brief Georgia on infrastructure legislation, Afghanistan evacuations and the COVID crisis during a statewide tour on August 23, 2021.
Jurassic Quest: Dinosaurs To Roam Gwinnett County Fairgrounds Through Aug. 22This weekend is the last chance to catch Jurassic Quest, where you can see dinosaurs up close and in person. Families are taking a drive through history at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds through August 22.
Remnants of Tropical Depression Fred Hit Metro AtlantaTropical Depression Fred pounded Georgia and Metro Atlanta with rain overnight and during the day on Tuesday.
Gov. Kemp Addresses Hospital Staffing Shortages, Vaccine HesitancyGovernor Brian Kemp is laying out additional steps to help Georgia hospitals and encouraging state employees and the public to get vaccinated.
HomeFirst Shelter For Homeless Women, Children Opens In Gwinnett CountyOfficials are celebrating the opening of the HomeFirst Gwinnett shelter called The Resting Spot, the only homeless shelter in the county. The shelter will temporarily house homeless women, moms and their children.
Family Of Deaundre Phillips Protests Decision To Close Police-Involved Shooting CaseFour years after Deaundre Phillips, 24, was killed by an Atlanta police officer, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis closed the case. His family and their supporters say the fight is far from over.
Murder Charges Filed Against Coaches In Imani Bell's DeathTwo Clayton County coaches are facing murder charges two years after high school basketball player, Imani Bell, 16, died during practice. Her family’s attorneys say it could set a precedent for how future cases like this are handled.
Attorneys, Family Of Secoriea Turner Hopeful After Meeting With Fulton County DAAttorneys for the family of Secoriea Turner, the eight-year-old girl killed during protests last year, are optimistic after meeting with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis on Tuesday.
Fulton County Schools Imposes Mask Requirement As Classes BeginClasses for an estimated 93,000 Fulton County students started on Monday, with the majority of them having to wear masks. The mandates come after the county's Board of Health reported a high rate of cases in most of the county's cities.
Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival Returns To Piedmont Park August 6-8After skipping a year because of the pandemic, the Atlanta Dogwood Festival returns August 6, 2021.
Alpharetta Man To Sue Police Over K-9 Attack, Alleged 'Misuse Of Force'An Alpharetta man wants justice after he says police let a K-9 attack him while he was handcuffed and on the ground.
Families Of Alleged Atlanta Police-Involved Shooting, Brutality Cases Demand JusticeTwo Atlanta police officers are on leave after video shows them kicking a woman in the face, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is looking into a police-involved shooting.
Atlanta NAACP Investigates Officer-Involved Block Party ShootingAccording to the GBI, Gabriel "Sam" Parker, 38, died from multiple gunshot wounds early Sunday morning during a police-involved incident. Now, the Atlanta NAACP is getting involved.
U.S. Secretary of Education Visits DeKalb Co. School To Discuss Ventilation, COVID SafetyU.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona joined lawmakers and officials in DeKalb County for a roundtable discussion on school ventilation, infrastructure and American Rescue Plan funding.