If you’ve needed a vehicle in the last few years, you may have been out of luck. There was diminishing inventory, increased price tags, and skyrocketing interest rates.
Hillis, 36, was reportedly at a beach in Pensacola, Florida when he saved his two children from drowning.
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Deputy Zackery Dubreuiel was conducting a traffic stop when a distraught father pulled up with a baby who was not breathing. Thanks to the deputy's quick thinking and actions, he was able to save the infant's life.
Some people in southeast Atlanta have already kicked off Halloween celebrations with the return of the famous Little Five Points Halloween festival and parade.
Federal student loan forgiveness has begun. The application came online October 17th after a weekend trial of the process to catch glitches.
Fall is here, and we are now moving into the holiday season: Thanksgiving. Duwali. Hannukah. Christmas. We feel the urge to give or help others, but be careful because not all charities are created equally.
The Red Cross Disaster Action Team says members are assisting about 24 people suffering after the fire devastated a Clarkston apartment building Sunday morning.
Small business is the backbone of the American economy. And in honor of Black Business Month, the FOX 5 I-Team checks out an all-natural beauty line run by a local couple. Social media, they say, is their go-to tool for success.
The pandemic introduced us to things we never thought would be future must-haves like K-95 masks, toilet paper for days, and copious amounts of hand sanitizer. But it's the bottles of alcohol we now don't know what do to with it.
Dolly Parton is donating $1 million to pediatric infectious disease research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
A Denton County family grew a lot Wednesday morning when a couple adopted seven siblings. It's a sad story with a really nice ending.
Peggy Cobb has lived through two worldwide pandemics and 19 U.S. presidents.
Mason was diagnosed with a fast-growing brain cancer in the fall and has been undergoing treatments ever since. His family has been overwhelmed by the support from the community who have rallied behind him to help him beat the odds.
We have great news for you. After a two-year hiatus, Call For Action makes its return! We’ve missed them so much. You’ve missed them so much. Our volunteers have missed you.
When it's time for lunch, you won't find Gabriel Saavedra sitting and eating with his friends. The fifth-grader started using his lunch period to help the school custodians clean the lunchroom because he saw how hard they were working.
Tate Fisher started making chocolate-covered strawberries as a snack he prepared for his family, but to raise money for his eventual car, he started selling them. The business went wild and even got the eye of local caterer
Braves third baseman Austin Riley and wife Anna welcomed baby Eason to the world this week.
The metro Atlanta woman had thousands of dollars in debt piling up when she lost her job. Thanks to a nonprofit credit counseling service, she was able to get out of the massive burden in just a few years.
A Los Angeles couple is going viral after spending only $500 on their wedding day and the bride saying yes to a $47 dress. The groom adds he'll be able to reuse his wedding day pants, vent and bowtie for future nights out.