Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms extended three administrative orders aimed at assisting Atlanta residents and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are suggestions on the table to tackle the use of excessive force within the Atlanta Police Department.
A spokesperson for the Atlanta Police Department says the number given by the Atlanta Police Foundation for police resignations is not accurate.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced that she is signing a series of administrative orders to reform the use of force within the Atlanta Police Department.
Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields has agreed to step down, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon. The decision comes less than 24 hours after a deadly officer-involved shooting at a fast-food restaurant on University Avenue in southwest Atlanta Friday night.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms creates a "recovery fund" to help small business owners hurt by the rioting that took place last weekend.
Atlanta’s mayor has two words in response to the call-to-action from former President Barack Obama on use-of-force policies: challenge accepted.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms invoked that history in a passionate and deeply personal plea for protesters to go home.
"We as a people are strongest when we use our voices to heal our city instead of using our hands to tear it down," Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said.
Atlanta’s mayor has ordered all flags at city facilities to be lowered to half staff honor the victims of the coronavirus pandemic until she says the curve is flattened in Georgia. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms gave the order on Friday.
The Georgia Attorney General's Office confirmed to FOX 5 News it was now investigating a racist text message sent to Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms this week.
Critics, including some high profile political leaders, are going public in their criticism of Gov, Kemp's decision to reopen businesses in the state.
State Senator Nikema WIlliams is urging Governor Brian Kemp to temporarily suspend the state's anti-mask law during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms wants the City of Atlanta's partners to not evict anyone or charge late payment fees for the next 60 days.
Atlanta Mayor declared a state of emergency within the city limits.
The State of the City address will not take place on March 12th, as originally planned, the Mayor's office confirms.
The new office will have wide-ranging authority and be independent of the Mayor and Atlanta City Council.
It might just be one of the most controversial issues which confront Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms during his first year in office. Yes, the mac and cheese scandal.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is granting firefighters a 20% hike in pay over the next three and a half years.