Double-header screening of the documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble.
Atlanta Public Schools officials are hosting a town hall on Thursday for parents to ask questions about the district's reopening plan.
Have you bought a Kobalt saw at Lowe's? If so, you might want to check it because it might not turn off.
Good Day Atlanta viewer information September 24, 2020
Carroll County’s animal shelter needs help after a sharp influx in its cat population. They report over 300 cats at their shelter, which is designed to house less than half that number.
Good Day Atlanta viewer information September 23, 2020
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Good Day Atlanta viewer information September 18, 2020
A community is grieving the loss of a Gwinnett County middle school teacher. Sarah Jackson died saving her own daughter from drowning at Lake Allatoona on Labor Day.
Good Day Atlanta viewer information September 16, 2020
A metro Atlanta animal rescue group has taken in a number of dogs from a Walker County hoarding case and all of the animals in desperate need of healthcare. It comes at a time when that refuge has seen a huge increase in the number of dogs at their shelter.
Good Day Atlanta viewer information story September 15, 2020
Dominique Trappio’s service dog Bowie is already in training. He will alert Dominique to low blood sugar caused by Type One Diabetes. Bowie will be ready soon for her. The question is will Dominique be ready for him. Meaning, can she cover the $20,000 cost of a service dog? With Covid-19, fundraising has been a struggle.
Good Day Atlanta viewer information story September 14, 2020 .
No one wants a repeat of Georgia’s June Primary Election debacle especially voters in Fulton County.
Shelley Santucci had a heart attack at 35. By the age of 50, the Kennesaw, Georgia, woman had undergone a quintuple bypass and had gone into cardiac arrest. But, the problem, she would learn, wasn't her heart, it was her extremely high cholesterol.
Good Day Atlanta viewer information September 11, 2020
Reverend Raphael Warnock says Georgia deserves a U.S. senator who will stand up for workers. Those remarks were made at the IBEW Building in Atlanta on Thursday.
Georgia's COVID-19 case numbers continue to trend downward, showing signs the state may be making progress. But, health officials remain concerned about a rise in new infections on Georgia's college and university campuses.