If you have any information that can help officers find Anitra Davis, please call 911.
Fulton County’s coronavirus cases far outnumber the other counties across the state.
A South Fulton firefighter’s wife says coronavirus testing needs to be more accessible to first responders. This, after her husband responded to a call at Bear Creek Middle School just days before an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office said four inmates have tested positive for the coronavirus. A fifth inmate is awaiting test results.
Roswell police are looking for two armed robbers who held up the AutoZone on Holcomb Bridge Road just before 6 p.m. Tuesday evening.
A Sandy Springs teacher and coach has died from COVID-19. Coach Ron Hill was the head football coach at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Sandy Springs. Coach Hill passed away Tuesday at a local hospital, just 11 days after being admitted.
As the Fulton County courthouse was shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak, one inmate managed to secure an emergency bond hearing that caught local prosecutors off guard. And, one interested bystander said politics was at play.
An inmate at the Fulton County Jail has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Nobody wants to be trapped at home on their birthday, so family and friends of the Johns Creek 10-year-old got together to give him a day he'll never forget.
Police said the man was afraid of catching the virus, so he pointed a gun at two women in the Alpharetta post office and told them to "get back."
Police found one man dead in the street and two other victims in an overturned vehicle. Now a South Fulton man has been charged with three counts of murder.
Officials say the Fulton County Deed Room will be closed until March 26 so that it can be disinfected.
Beginning Monday, businesses in the City of East Point will have to follow a new emergency ordinance put in place due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Police say the three victims were visiting a home when an argument turned violent and bullets started flying.
The City of Johns Creek is banning dining in restaurants and bars to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
Inmate workers are doing round the clock cleaning inside the Fulton County Jail.
An Atlanta family is getting creative when it comes to visiting their dad at a nursing facility in Fairburn.
A Fulton County kindergartner is doing her part to get the word out about containing the spread of the virus.
All gatherings of 10 or more people have been banned inside the city of South Fulton due to concerns over the spreading coronavirus.
The restaurant industry is being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, which means owners are searching for new ways to serve their customers during a time of social distancing.