Members of the Atlanta City Council are telling the mayor more action is needed to shore up the COVID-19 response policy.
A coffee shop worker serving customers at Atlanta City Hall tests positive for coronavirus.
The Atlanta City Council and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms have passed new legislation designed to help employees at Hartsfield-Jackson survive the loss of hours and wages.
A father's plea for enhanced road safety brings tears to an Atlanta city councilwoman. The emotions stemmed from Thomas Hyneman recounting the 2016 traffic crash that took his daughter's life.
A group of frustrated neighbors stormed into the MLK Recreational Center on Hilliard Street with balloons, cake, and party hats.
Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields -- angered by violence at Lenox Square -- outlined for city leaders a plan to stop criminal activity.
Surveillance cameras dedicated to helping Atlanta police track individuals went down and were not repaired for several months.
Atlanta City Council tells landlords they have to open their doors to low-income residents who - with a subsidy - can afford their apartments.
New regulations are in the works when it comes to e-scooters in Atlanta.
The police chief in Atlanta calls on leaders to set aside their egos and fix the criminal justice system.
Internal environmental engineering report shows leachate and incinerator ash dumped into Baby Gun Club Landfill.
An Atlanta City Council Committee has approved legislation to create the new position of Inspector General.
The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and the Atlanta Children’s Memorial Taskforce will showcase a gallery of portraits honoring the victims of the Atlanta Child Murders.
The mayor of Atlanta ordered city courts Monday to soon begin restricting public access to records involving people cited for minor marijuana offenses.
City leaders said the training is designed to prepare officers for what they'll encounter while out in the field.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is granting firefighters a 20% hike in pay over the next three and a half years.
Atlanta firefighters could soon be seeing a raise if the mayor has anything to say about it.
The former human resources manager for the city of Atlanta resigned during the early summer. But Marian Woods continued to draw a full check for all these months.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms introduced the public to the officials set to lead the city's newly formed Department of Transportation.
Atlanta is dropping the Peach Drop, at least for this year.