This is the first time FOX 5 Atlanta has heard from Allahnia Lenoir’s mother since the Atlanta Police Department shared the update that they believe her daughter was murdered.
Two people have been shot along the Downtown Connector near 10th Street, the Atlanta Police Department says.
Mercedes New was arrested on Wednesday for exposing himself to employees across the street of his apartment balcony in Midtown.
This federal crime is not an isolated problem. Postal inspectors tell FOX 5 that they are looking into reports of mail thefts in the area.
Almost three months after Allahnia Lenoir went missing, Atlanta investigators hold a press conference to update the public on efforts to locate the woman.
Atlanta police say they are working to identify the suspect who fired shots Saturday morning along Peachtree Street in Midtown.
Atlanta Medical Center is set to close in November, leaving the city with just a single level one trauma center. The daughter of the only survivor of the Midtown triple shooting says if it had closed earlier, he dad would have died.
The man was answering questions and taken to an area hospital for evaluation, police say.
Events for Beto O'Rourke's gubernatorial campaign are being postponed while he recovers from a bacterial infection.
The family of one of the victims in the deadly Midtown shooting Monday said that he had tried in the past to help the woman accused of taking his life.
Police are actively investigating a threat toward Atlanta's Midtown High School posted on social media and extra security will be at the school Thursday.
A camera inside the taxi showed Raissa Kengne give the driver the address of a home near an Atlanta golf club.
The Checker Cab driver who drove alleged Midtown shooter Raissa Kengne to the airport said at first, he had no idea that the person he picked up was the suspect in the rampage Monday. He shared his story and security video from inside the cab exclusively with FOX 5’s Rob DiRienzo.
The 911 calls released by Atlanta police paint a very vivid picture of the chaos and terror of Monday afternoon's deadly shootings in Midtown.
A Fulton County judge denied bond for the woman accused of "targeting" people in shootings in Midtown.
The woman, who killed two people and injured a third, at two separate locations in Midtown on Monday afternoon specifically targeted her victims.
Police said 30-year-old Jonah Sampson painted multiple swastikas on the Midtown Rainbow Crosswalks at 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue. After an initial court appearance, he was granted bond, but remained in Fulton County Jail on Monday morning, officials said.
Allahnia Lenior's loved ones searched for her in Piedmont Park, passing out fliers and talking to neighbors in hopes of finding someone who'd seen her.
Many say Monroe Drive near Piedmont Park has become a racetrack for careless drivers and is the cause of accidents weekly.
A man suspected of vandalizing the rainbow crosswalks in Midtown was arrested following a standoff with Atlanta police Friday afternoon.