Zoo Atlanta proudly welcomes the newest addition to its family, a southern white rhinoceros calf born on Christmas Eve.
People in Atlanta with ties to Hawaii are now asking for the Atlanta community’s help.
From a three-month-old drawing big crowds to a cutting-edge virtual reality experience that takes visitors into the jungles of Rwanda, summer at Zoo Atlanta can be summed up in one word: gorillas!
Boulevard and Glenwood Avenue is blocked after a chase and shooting involving the Georgia State Patrol.
A woman says she was ambushed inside Grant Park near Zoo Atlanta last weekend by a man with a long hunting knife.
A record release party at a southeast Atlanta tattoo parlor ended in gunfire and left two people recovering in the hospital.
The crimes, all caught on camera, happened at Hotto Hotto near Hill Street in Grant Park.
The team at Grant Park's Estrellita say it's transitioning to a “fast-fancy” concept, which features a more focused menu from which customers may order.
Dessert for breakfast is every kid's dream -- so, just want until you see the new Grant Park sweet shop that blends your favorite cereal into ice cream!
This morning, we made a return visit to Zoo Atlanta to check out the stunning Chinese lantern display, which features more than 80 hand-made lanterns spread throughout the 40-acre property.
It’s a first-of-its-kind festival for Atlanta’s historic Oakland Cemetery, and you’re invited to experience the costumes, music, and colorful altars used in Día de Los Muertos celebrations in Mexico and beyond.
Grant Park's Eventide Brewing is celebrating man's best friend with a big party this Friday -- oh, and their humans are welcome, too.
Sean Kenney’s Nature POP! at Zoo Atlanta features more than 40 sculptures crafted entirely out of LEGO bricks.
A unique after-hours event at Historic Oakland Cemetery literally sheds light on some of the fascinating stories held within the cemetery's walls.
There has been a growing concern over the past couple weeks of a children and teens committing crimes and using scooters to get away in Atlanta.
Atlanta leaders say the weapons -- which they are too young to carry -- are not for protection but for criminal activity.
Keisha Waites, a council member who represents the entire city, disclosed the disturbing trend during a meeting with colleagues.
An Atlanta woman believes a bullet from 'celebratory gunfire' barely missed hitting her in the head as she was gathering with family and friends on New Year's Eve in Grant Park.
"IllumiNights at the Zoo: A Chinese Lantern Festival" is a new holiday event happening now through January at Zoo Atlanta in Grant Park.
There's a mystery inside Atlanta's Historic Oakland Cemetery -- are you up for the challenge of solving it?