Morse Diggs is a reporter for FOX 5 News. Morse came to FOX 5 from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where he was the City Hall correspondent.
Before landing in Georgia, he worked for the Akron Beacon-Journal. Morse was part of the Atlanta Journal team that won a UPI award for coverage of the John Lennon/Mark Chapman stories. He is also a participant in the Leadership Atlanta Program.
In 1982, Morse exchanged his pen for a microphone and started his television career. Covering Atlanta city government, Morse has broken many exclusive stories for FOX 5 News. His work has won Morse a number of accolades, including his induction into the Atlanta Press Club Hall of Fame.
A graduate of Amherst College, Morse is married with two children and lives in Atlanta.
A union leader in Atlanta said the 911 communications office is dangerously short-staffed.
If a passenger acts up on a flight, the Federal Aviation Administration boss says police will act.
Atlanta police have ordered barriers to keep street racers from doing donuts.
Atlanta, is setting rules for everyone who owns a short term rental property in response to ongoing complaints, that peaked during the summer, about mega mansion party houses.
Auto crimes -- thefts and larcenies -- are always a problem for Atlanta police.
The top cop in the city of Atlanta said a revised vehicle pursuit policy will allow his officers to do what they are supposed to do -- enforce the law.
The effects of Atlanta's police officer shortage are being felt as 15 more officers left the police force in December.
A controversial policy change will allow police officers in Atlanta to conduct vehicle pursuits.
Dozens of Atlanta residents marched on city hall Monday afternoon to push for a stronger police response.
On Christmas Night, the Connor family gathered to watch movies. As the young children began to fall asleep, the parents heard shots very close to their Atlanta home.