The FOX 5 I-Team has learned that trying to keep up with the Georgia Medical marijuana bid protests is no easy task.
An unlikely shoplifting suspect faces multiple counts.
There are a few things you don’t talk about over the holidays: politics and money. But this year make an exception. With the family together again it's a good time to talk about finances.
Judge Christina Peterson was elected last year. She's due to make more than the governor, Supreme Court Chief Justice, and the state's two U.S. senators because county commissioners allow her to keep all vital records fees for herself.
The city of Austell is now paying two different people to be their Chief of Police. One, Chief Bob Starrett, no longer comes to the office and is working from home on what is called special projects. Starrett is slated to retire early next year, according to the Austell Mayor.
But former investigators for the Gwinnett County medical examiner tell the FOX 5 I-Team she ignored their warnings about lax security measures that may have allowed seized drugs to disappear.
Former investigators of the Gwinnett County Medical Examiner’s office describe to the FOX 5 I-Team a place of emotional abuse, where some were forced to work for free and staff was once required to join a Zoom call to watch a colleague be fired.
Black Friday will be here before you know it. So you want to spend some time preparing for it. Not every retailer is worth your time.
State legislators express displeasure with ongoing Medical Marijuana bid process. 6 winners have been tentatively selected.
The federal government OK’d more than $46 billion in emergency rental assistance, but the rollout of this money here in Georgia has been slow.
We talk a lot about how a good credit score can save you money. But now let's switch gears and talk about what three things a poor credit score can cost you.
The city of Commerce found multiple fire code violations at an off-site building used by two SK Battery contractors.
Forgetting things as we age is normal. But when does it cross the line into something more, like dementia? A recent mental health study shows that money mistakes might be a sign that something is afoot.
Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill has overseen nearly $80,000 in raises during the past three years for a controversial employee - Mitzi Bickers.
If you can’t afford to go to a World Series game, you can instead own a piece of the Atlanta Braves. They are the only team in Major League Baseball that is publicly traded on the stock exchange.
A FOX 5 I-Team investigation could help some frustrated junior college football players get a refund on their tuition.
Two years ago, Deishan Lane of Fort Myers, Florida tried to warn others about a troubled college prep football program in Atlanta by using a typical Gen Z strategy:
An administrative law judge has thrown out two state ethics complaints against former Insurance Commissioner and one time candidate for Governor - John Oxendine.
The convenience of ‘buy now, pay later’ programs mean they are taking off. And retailers love them. But, be careful, they may not be a good idea for you.
Douglas County’s probate judge — already in trouble with the Judicial Qualifications Commission — now faces new questions over why she ordered a Thailand native to be jailed because she came into the office asking to correct a marriage certificate.