An amendment to Atlanta’s zoning code broadens permission of short-term rentals amid complaints of online renters trashing homes at noisy parties.
Local gun safety advocates and victims of gun violence called on lawmakers to pass legislation that requires stricter storage for gun owners. The coalition expects to have legislation passed in DeKalb County, South Fulton and Atlanta.
Field Training Officer Henry Laxson was killed while responding to a violent domestic call.
Police said the department became aware of a potential threat at Loganville High School on Tuesday morning and officers arrested a 15-year-old student.
About 10 months after Atlanta's historic Krispy Kreme location on Ponce de Leon Avenue went up in flames, a drive-thru pop-up location has taken its place.
Samia Willaims was riding with her mother when the pair were struck head-on. An online effort is underway to help the family with medical and funeral expenses.
Tuesday marks 75 years since a fire started at Atlanta's Winecoff Hotel, which is still the deadliest hotel fire in U.S. history. Over 110 people - including 30 children - died in the blaze.
Angels Landing in Zion National Park will require a permit to visit as of April 1, 2022, park officials said.
Defense attorneys for Josh Duggar have argued that someone else downloaded or placed the child pornography onto the computer at Duggar's workplace, noting that no child pornography was found on Duggar’s phone or laptop.
The Berry College's eagle camera captured one eagle with an egg in its nest on Sunday. The eagle laid its egg at around 4:20 p.m.
Ever wondered what "reindeer games" really are? You might just find the answer at Cartersville's Pettit Creek Farms.
President Biden is ready to warn Vladimir Putin during a video call that Russia will face economy-jarring sanctions if it invades neighboring Ukraine.
A Clearwater man recently got a new couch, but it came with a surprise: a red tail python. Police physically removed the couch from his condo, plucked the 5-foot boa, and gave it a one-way trip to a pet store.
The nation is marking 80 years since the bombing of Pearl Harbor by remembering those killed in the attack that launched the U.S. into World War II.
Jussie Smollett on Tuesday repeatedly denied he staged a racist, anti-gay attack on himself for publicity, telling a prosecutor as the trial neared its end that “there was no hoax on my part” and that two brothers who testified against him are “liars.”
Alexander & Hornung is recalling 234,000 pounds of cooked ham and pepperoni products sold nationwide due to possible listeria contamination.
A sleeping DeKalb County woman is unharmed after she woke up to the smell of smoke and was able to escape her burning home.
A man is under arrest after Atlanta police say he threatened to shoot his rideshare driver over a pack of cigarettes. Officers say they found a backpack of drugs and two guns while trying to arrest him.
A good Samaritan discovered nearly 70 pounds of cocaine -- worth nearly $1 million -- floating near the Florida Keys and notified authorities.
Crews are investigating what caused a large ammonia leak that prompted a shelter-in-place order for a part of NE Atlanta Monday afternoon.