The man accused of going on a multi-county rampage targeting Asian spas was in Fulton County court on Thursday.
Metro Atlanta is reflecting on the two-year anniversary of the Atlanta spa shootings, where eight people, including six Asian women, were murdered.
Accused Atlanta spa shooter Robert Aaron Long appeared in court on Tuesday where a Fulton County judge discussed motions filed in the hate crimes case against him.
Bonnie Michels aid as a music box played behind her. She is reminded of one year ago.
A year after the metro Atlanta area spa shootings, advocacy groups are reflecting on what progress that has been made towards increasing awareness and preventing anti-Asian violence.
Solemn words for the a solemn anniversary of a gunman killed eight people at three metro Atlanta massage businesses — one in Cherokee County and two in Atlanta.
A year after a gunman killed eight people at three metro Atlanta massage parlors, the victims' family members and friends continue to struggle with grief and try to heal while waiting for justice
A year after the fatal shootings at three Georgia massage businesses, crowds gathered at rallies across the country Wednesday to remember the victims and denounce anti-Asian violence that has risen sharply in recent years.
On Saturday, the Asian American Advocacy Fund is calling for people to come together for a day of healing and to mourn the lives lost. Family members of victims will be at the event, which beings at 1 p.m. at Blackburn Park, the site of the ninth “Comfort Women” statue in Atlanta sits.
Robert Aaron Long appeared Tuesday in Fulton County Superior Court.
The hearing in Fulton County for Robert Aaron Long, the suspect in the Atlanta-area spa shootings, has been postponed until November after his defense said they needed more time.
The Fulton County District Attorney says she is still seeking the death penalty and two hate crime enhancements for the suspect in the Atlanta-area spa shootings.
Robert Long was moved to the Fulton County jail on Wednesday to await his death penalty trial for shootings at two Atlanta spas.
The man accused of the deadly Atlanta-area spa shootings will serve life without parole after pleading guilty to multiple murders in Cherokee County. He still faces the death penalty in Fulton County.
The man accused of murdering eight people including six Asian women at massage parlors in metro Atlanta is expected to appear in Cherokee County court Tuesday morning.
Cherokee County prosecutors are reportedly close to a plea deal for Robert Long, the accused Atlanta-area spa shootings suspect, but that still doesn't change the way Fulton County District Attorney’s Office will prosecute its case.
The action will eliminate the taxes survivors would have to pay on the hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations.
The Democratic-led House on Wednesday approved a resolution condemning attacks in March that killed six women of Asian descent at Atlanta-area massage businesses, which they characterized as a grim reminder of a surge in violence directed at Asian Americans.
Grand juries in Fulton and Cherokee counties indicted Atlanta spa shootings suspect Robert Aaron Long on murder charges and he faces the death penalty in at least one county.
Many young activists say their parents and other elders are saddened by recent violence against Asian Americans, but question the value of protests or worry about their consequences.