Some two months before police charged Natalie White with burning down the Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed by police, she had another interaction with police.
COVID-19-related scams are targeting college students. It’s such an issued that Florida’s attorney general has issued a warning.
Unemployment figures are still rising in the state, but it’s expected to level off soon.
Affordable housing in metro Atlanta comes at a premium. So, while it’s good news that the state’s unemployment figures have dropped nearly three percent since April, families are still in jeopardy of losing their homes.
A group backing Stacey Abrams’ 2018 gubernatorial campaign was fined $50,000 by the state ethics commission for failing to report the money it raised and spent to help her get elected.
Confusion over mask policies at a local post office led to an emotional encounter between a customer and a clerk. And then the police.
Renters in danger of losing their place to live are getting another reprieve. The Georgia Supreme Court has extended for the third time the judicial emergency, which means a temporary halt to evictions.
The man who runs the training academy for nearly all Georgia law enforcement officers says the shooting of Rayshard Brooks was tragic, yet justified.
A place in the north Georgia mountains that celebrates the magic of make-believe finds itself facing some real-world troubles.
The COVID-19 shutdown had the Georgia Lottery staring at millions of dollars of lost sales, money the state counted on to fund the popular HOPE scholarship.
Who paid for all of the Lt. Governor's beach trips?
Unemployment claims continue for the second week to head down. That’s good news, but still many are having trouble filing out those unemployment claims.
After an I-Team investigation of two secret bank accounts in College Park, the city ordered an outside audit. The findings are in.
Instructors at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center are already using the George Floyd video to stress the danger of knee-to-neck restraints.
There is some good news coming from the unemployment picture. According to the labor commissioner, unemployment claims are down from last week by 323,000. That’s great. But unemployment is still a huge issue across the state. Let’s take a look at the numbers.
Gwinnett County taxpayers have spent nearly $3 million so far to settle a string of jail abuse lawsuits.
Fulton County DA Paul Howard decided to close a public integrity investigation of then Mayor Kasim Reed's family friend. The decision came during time period when city of Atlanta sent $250,000 in grant money to Howard's office. The majority of it was used to boost Howard's salary. Howard said there was no politics at play.
New unemployment figures are out. Georgia is at the highest unemployment rate on record, nearly 12 percent. It passed the previous record from the Great Recession which was 10.6 percent a decade ago.
City of Atlanta budget document shows source of money paid to Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard's office - some of which was used to bolster Howard's pay.
A Lilburn great-grandmother credited her medical alert device for getting quick help after a kitchen accident.