When the coronavirus pandemic first hit, people started buying guns and face masks. Now as protests rock the country, people are still buying guns, but they also want gas masks and body armor.
At a giant Smyrna gun store, 50 buyers were already in line before the Adventure Outdoors store opened on Wednesday.
The city of Smyrna is one of the first cities in Georgia to formally take a stance against racism and violence in the community. On Monday, the city council passed a resolution pledging to take action against all forms of racism.
The search for a vehicle wanted in connection with three separate hit and runs in a matter of hours came to an end on Interstate 75 in Marietta on Monday morning.
Shnequa Denise Mixon has been missing since Saturday, May 23.
Pastor Adrian Coetzer said they went from giving out about 100 boxes a month to roughly 1,400 boxes in the past two weeks.
Cobb County police are investigating after a teenager was shot and killed Wednesday evening.
Police have arrested a man in connection with a deadly shooting in Smyrna.
Sitting in a wheelchair in full military dress holding an American flag, the only surviving Tuskegee Airman nurse humbly celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday.
Parents who are worried that their children might be involved in gangs or are being recruited by a gang can now easily and discreetly communicate with gang investigators. Marietta Police set up a dedicated email, GANGPREVENTION@MARIETTAGA.GOV
Public Safety Director says the COVID-19 pandemic caught everyone off guard and unprepared, he vows not to let that happen again.
Besides an early cluster outbreak in the Albany region, metro Atlanta continues to be the hardest-hit area of reported coronavirus cases. The greatest number of COVID-19 cases have been Fulton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, and Cobb counties.
Among the changes when the park opens include mandatory masks and social distancing and infrared temperature screenings at the gate.
Persistance and compassion. Marietta Police say that's what it took for one of their officers to get through to a homeless man and get him the help he needed.
A Georgia woman is facing charges after police in Cobb County said she intentionally ran into the back of a stopped car, killing the driver.
A police officer's search to find the owner of a dog led to an even bigger discovery: a Marietta home with drugs and guns.
Voters were greeted by poll workers in masks and traffic-yellow vests Monday at the Cobb County elections department.
The Smyrna restaurant owner who made a big sacrifice in selling her car so she could pay her employees last month had a bit of karma come her way within the last week.
Several residents at a Cobb County apartment complex were displaced Sunday evening following a large fire.
Man in jail for stealing copper from churches