The superintendents of nearly a dozen metro Atlanta school districts have signed a letter sent to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp to prioritize educators in the state’s plans to distribute the COVID-19 vaccines.
It was the moment drummer A.J. Orea has been dreaming about since elementary school--one he envisioned over and over again during his years at Atlanta's Westlake High School.
Frank Gonzalez was carjacked while getting gas at the Texaco gas station on Gresham Road in Dekalb county Saturday night.
Speaker David Ralston ordered Rep. David Clark removed from the House by law enforcement, saying that he refused to follow testing requirements.
Police need help to locate a man who went missing Tuesday afternoon in Clayton County. A Mattie's Call, Georgia's emergency missing alert for disabled or elderly persons, has since been issued.
Sen. Jon Ossoff and Sen. Raphael Warnock, both democrats, joined their fellow Senate colleagues to introduce the “Raise the Wage Act of 2021,” which would raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
The Biden administration is giving states an approximately 17% boost in coronavirus vaccine next week following complaints around the U.S. of shortages so severe that some vaccination sites had to cancel tens of thousands of appointments with people waiting for their first shot.
The nearly six-figure wedding came at no cost to the couple as a gift from two dozen metro Atlanta wedding vendors who were looking to give back to a deserving pair on the front lines of the pandemic.
Deputies have arrested and charged a 29-year-old Cleveland, Georgia man with child molestation.
Marietta police have arrested three suspects and are searching for a fourth after a chase involving a stolen vehicle.
A Woodstock entrepreneur uses makeup as a way to introduce teens to possible careers in STEM.
Detectives believe Briana Moss may be in the Marietta or Smyrna area.
It will be feeling like spring over the next 24 hours, including the risk for strong to severe thunderstorms overnight for part of north Georgia.
Atlanta Public Schools will tests every student, teacher, and staff member weekly who is engaged in face-to-face learning.
Georgia’s Department of Driver Services is warning of possible long waits on Tuesday.
More than a dozen school board members across metro Atlanta sent a letter to Gov. Brian Kemp asking him to take a number of steps to make our schools safer for teachers and staff.
Owners and workers at an Atlanta business complain that "taggers" keep spray painting their building, and they want it to stop.
Pickens County authorities are searching for criminals who stole narcotics from two pharmacies early Monday morning.
State Representative Mesha Mainor says a local businessman stalked her after he left her campaign. Jail house phone calls made by the man, obtained by the I-Team through the Open Records Act, show him lashing out at his alleged victim.
Most courts are closed because of COVID-19, which has put millions of people's lives on hold. Defense attorneys said it is past time to head back to the courtroom.