Georgia State University police need help to catch a violent criminal.
The Georgia Department of Transportation will hold an open house that will allow for public comments regarding a proposed high-speed railroad from Atlanta to Charlotte, North Carolina.
A judge once ordered her jailed and banned from Facebook because she posted a critical comment about her ex-husband. But a Georgia woman is getting the last word. And an apology. And a big check.
Marietta police posted a cautionary tale of a video to its Facebook page on Wednesday.
Honoring the men and women who serve our community every day.
There is no gift more powerful than a good friend. Best Friends is a non-profit that matches volunteers with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. At Emory University in Atlanta, the program is building friendships, participants, say will be with them for life.
Since being posted Oct. 2 on Facebook, the video has received more than 2 million views.
All precincts have reported in on Fulton County’s Special Runoff Election on Tuesday. Voters were deciding on two races.
Rapper, actor and entrepreneur Chris "Ludacris" Bridges can add artist-in-residence to his resume as he takes on the position at Georgia State University.
Officials in DeKalb County are looking to make major repairs to some of the sewage infrastructure’s most troubled locations.
Officials say the man wanted in a deadly shooting across from Kennesaw State University's football stadium has turned himself in.
Students say goodbye to freshman Oluwafemi Oyerinde who was shot and killed outside of his apartment.
Many parents love to share about their kids on social media, but a recent study from Microsoft found that 42 percent of teenagers in 25 countries have a problem with how much their parents post about them online.
Delta said the woman boarded a plane in Florida without a ticket.
Syed Arham Arbab spent investor funds on trips to Las Vegas where he spent thousands of dollars while gambling, prosecutors said.
An Atlanta company is helping to solve crime with a special camera that reads license plates and reports to police if a car is stolen. The idea came from a Georgia Tech grad after he was the victim of crime in Buckhead.
Lusher High School in New Orleans is gaining national attention for its decision to turn down food from Chick-fil-A because of their views on the LGBTQ community, according to a report from FOX 8.
Police are investigating after several Georgia State University students were targeted in a pair of robberies.
It was a day out in the dirt for a group of elementary school students in southwest Atlanta.
Delta Air Lines is reporting better-than-expected profits for the third quarter as fuel prices fall.