Tributes from friends, family, celebrities, and dignitaries from around the world poured in after the passing of Atlanta Braves legend and Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron was announced Friday morning.
Atlanta Braves legend and Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron has died at the age of 86
There are more cameras -- public and private -- monitoring what is going on in Atlanta than in most cities given the area covered.
The City of Atlanta has a new fire chief.
It's one of the world's most popular Airbnb rental properties -- and it's located right in the middle of a quiet Atlanta neighborhood.
A Northwest Atlanta man trying to put out an overnight car fire makes a gruesome discovery - another man found dead inside the vehicle's passenger seat.
Police said a woman was shot in the leg during an attempted robbery in Edgewood on Wednesday evening.
A local trumpeter was a part of the virtual inauguration parade Wednesday afternoon.
The annual Peachtree Road Race will be back as an in-person event after going virtual last year.
Can the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lend a hand to Atlanta's efforts to stem violent crime?
This year's virtual Cathedral Antiques Show will raise money for Atlanta-based organization City of Refuge.
A union leader in Atlanta said the 911 communications office is dangerously short-staffed.
The Confess Project is bringing mental health advocacy to a neighborhood staple.
The country came together to honor the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
Security efforts have increased in downtown Atlanta and around the Georgia State Capitol. Military police and barricades currently surround the Gold Dome ahead of the presidential inauguration on Wednesday.
An important meeting spot during the civil right movement, Paschal's was first opened by brothers James and Robert Paschal in 1947.
The pandemic has forced organizers to move today's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Commemorative Service to a virtual format.
Atlanta police are warning joggers to be aware of their surroundings.
Reports suggest the Fulton County District Attorney could open a criminal investigation into the call made by President Donald Trump to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensberger asking him to "find" the votes that could win him the state.
Gov. Brian Kemp recognized an Atlanta police officer injured during this summer’s protests and the Georgia National guardsman who saved his life.