It is an important question made by 'Change to Humanity' Founder Giselle Malluche.
A local non-profit is helping members of the homeless community protect themselves by placing portable washing stations throughout metro Atlanta.
Georgia Aquarium may closed to the public right now, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty of activity happening inside.
A teenage fight led to a young woman being stabbed overnight in northwest Atlanta.
Atlanta police say they believe the deadly shooting was drug-related.
Atlanta police are searching for a man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend in the chest.
Officials with Atlanta Public Schools are working hard to make sure their students don't go hungry over spring break amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Speaking publicly for the first time Tuesday, Cheryl Lowery opened up about the support her family has received since Dr. Joseph Echols Lowery passed away from natural causes with loved ones at his side Friday night.
Family portraits aren't necessarily essential when everyone is ordered to stay home, but one Kirkwood photographer is staying busy.
Atlanta Gas Light says it is hiring to fill approximately 200 permanent positions within the company based throughout Georgia.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is giving hazard pay for all front-line city employees.
Since the coronavirus pandemic brought an abrupt end to high school proms and many other anticipated events, business owner and single mom Thesa Hardy is using her talent to help others stay safe.
Many are heading outdoors as the weather warms up and the shelter in place order continues.
It is a message of hope and love in the heart of Downtown Atlanta amid the coronavirus pandemic.
With four officers from Atlanta contracting the coronavirus, the chief went on camera to speak to all of her officers.
It’s a photo worth a thousand words: Southwest Airlines on Sunday posted an image of a group of health care workers ready to go to battle in New York, which has fast become the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S.
It is usually a day, for many, that might be taken for granted, but with the coronavirus pandemic, it has a new profound meaning. Monday is National Doctors’ Day.
Tuesday is the last call for Atlanta Public Schools students who have not received a device for online learning.
Coco-Cola and Georgia Tech have teamed up to help protect medical workers on the front line of the coronavirus pandemic by making face shields.
For the past two weeks, residents in Midtown Atlanta have been taking to their balconies, windows, and front doors each night at 8 p.m. to cheer medical workers on the frontline of the coronavirus outbreak.