As the saying goes, the biggest key to success is just showing up.
A Georgia lawmaker argued funeral homes are not being scrutinized enough. And he owns a funeral home.
The city of College Park is turning an internal audit of Tracey Wyatt Recreation Center bank account to GBI.
FOX 5 I-Team uncovers more than $100,000 in cash withdrawals from a secret City of College Park bank account between 2010 and 2016.
Peace of mind. That’s the selling point for funeral homes who encourage customers to pay in advance for the day their loved ones finally say goodbye. It’s called pre-need. But a scandal in one Georgia county over pre-need funeral money raises questions about how much the state is really protecting consumers.
The owner of a Sandy Springs travel agency that promised to help churches arrange mission trips overseas could soon be doing some traveling of her own.
Most Americans could be filing their taxes for free. But, according to a recently released government study, they aren't because they don't know about it.
Nothing like a crisis to bring out the scammers. The coronavirus has all the ingredients for a scam: fear, fast-changing developments, and simple emails posing as well-respected authorities.
After what a motorist describes as a near dangerous collision, he took pictures of the driver texting. The driver is Rep. Bill Werkheiser, who sits on the Public Safety Committee.
An Atlanta landowner still mad about waste buried by the city benath land he bought.
When it comes to breaking the color barrier, there are the firsts you strive for and the ones you hope never happen. Nearly 60 years ago, Claude Mundy made racial history in Atlanta. He became the first black Atlanta Police Department officer to be killed in the line of duty.
Internal environmental engineering report shows leachate and incinerator ash dumped into Baby Gun Club Landfill.
Would you like free money to pay your mortgage? Well, read on to see if you qualify. There’s $12 million dollars in help out there, but there’s also a hard deadline to apply for it: March 31st, 2020.
Your tax documents will start rolling in any day now which means you need to get your ducks in a row to be ready to file. In order not to be overwhelmed you have to tackle the chore of tax prep step-by-step. Let's start by collecting your own documents.
If someone is ordered to appear in court and they don't, they better have a good reason, right?
There's a real estate scam out there that's been around for a while but it works, and in the process real families get hurt.
Almost three million airbags with faulty airbag sensors need to go because they might not deploy in an accident, according to carmaker Toyota. The failure to discharge may be seen in crashes where the front end of the vehicle slides under the back end of another.
Plenty of NFL fans will make sure to include pizza on their NFL playoff party menu this weekend. But for one group, it’s likely the last food they want to see. They’re the managers and supervisors who suddenly lost their jobs at a national pizza chain, each told they played a role in "a theft scheme."
An 18-month long federal investigation into the Gwinnett County jail has resulted in its first indictment.
Take a look at the food packages in your pantry. The labels are different. And there are a few significant changes that will matter to you - the consumer.