• ACLU Challenges Removal Of Latina Candidate From House District 29 Ballot
  • Fulton County Property Tax Assessments Due Out Tomorrow
  • Williams' Deportation Bus Draws Protestors In Savannah

  • Stacey Abrams and Stacey Evans meet one last time before Tuesday's gubernatorial primaries
  • Atlanta Braves complete a six run, ninth inning comeback to maintain first place in the NL East
  • Jim Crow era balcony at Macon's Grand Opera House will be preserved

  • GOP Gov. Candidates Focus On Illegal Immigration
  • Salmonella Outbreak in Newton County
  • CDC Focuses On Hepatitis C Testing


Today’s music minute features Atlanta artist Andre 3000, who doesn’t produce much music anymore. But when he does, it’s still special.

The song, titled “Me&My"(To Bury Your Parents), was a suprising release last weekend. It's one of two track dedicated to his deceased parents

André’s mother died one day after his birthday in 2013.  His father died the following year.


Turns out Andre doesn’t just do vocals: he also plays bass clarinet.

  • I-75 In Kennesaw Clear Of Cows
  • NCR Corp Announces Columbus Plants Closure Dates
  • GSU Will Redo Rained Out Graduation Ceremony

  • GA Southern on the hunt for new university president
  • Record number of women are running for congress in GA and across the nation
  • Atlanta rapper T.I. posts bail after being arrested for public drunkeness and disorderly conduct

  • School Bus Accident Claims Life Of 13-Year-Old
  • Opiod Crisis Drives Growing Number Of Children In Foster Care
  • Hawks To Pick Third In NBA Draft

  • Abrams, Evans Spar Over HOPE Scholarship
  • Isakson Pushes Tax Breaks For Newspaper Industry
  • Judge Blocks Effort To Halt Construction Of New Medical Center In Lee County  

  • Reed Administration Withheld Subpoena
  • New Transportation Board Planned
  • Cooler Spring Means Delayed Harvest

  • Secretary of State Kemp says election systems are reliable ahead of next weeks primaries
  • Atlanta city leaders discuss infrastructure issues, including access to public transportation
  • The Atlanta Hawks officially introduce new coach Lloyd Pierce before tonight's NBA Draft Lottery.

  • Georgia Gas Prices Rising Ahead Of Memorial Day Weekend
  • New Interim President At Georgia Piedmont Technical College
  • Former Cartersville Police Officer Headed To Federal Prison

  • State Senate & House Bi-partisan School Safety Study Committees Go To Work
  • Atlanta Hawks Introduce New Head Coach
  • Andrew Young Health Update  

  • Senate lawmakers appointed to find new solutions for school safety
  • Georgia State students want "do-over" after graduation was partially rained out
  • Atlanta United increases conference lead after Sunday's win over Orlando City

  • Nuclear Bomb Triggers To Be Manufactured At Savannah River Site
  • Alpharetta Officer Resigns After Video Shows Excessive Force Against Elderly Woman
  • Fannin County Says Teachers Can Carry Guns In Holsters

  • Kemp Takes Heat For New Campaign Ad
  • Bernice King Calls For Waffle House Boycott After Another Violent Arrest Video
  • Henry County Police Officer Fired Following Internal Affairs Investigation


  • Military officials release information on attack that killed 4 soldiers in Niger
  • Brian Kemp releases another pointed ad less than two weeks before the May 22 primary
  • Police officers in Henry County and Alpharetta face discipline after separate incidents


Atlanta’s Donald Glover has found a new level of success.

He’s an actor, the creator of a hit show named after his hometown of Atlanta, and a rapper under the name Childish Gambino.

But his most powerful statement might be “This Is America”, a new song and video released over the weekend.


  • No Charges In Thomas County Deputy-Involved Shooting
  • NNSA Nuclear Bomb Trigger Production Decision Due
  • Another Naturalization Cermony Cancelled

  • Federal Government Cancels Another Atlanta Area Naturalization Ceremony
  • Smart Roads Coming To Gwinnett County
  • Atlanta Ransomware Attack Recovery Update

  • Andrew Young Hospitalized
  • CDC Director Takes $165,000 Pay Cut
  • Secretary Of State's Office Investigating Atlanta Mayoral Runoff Election

  • Secretary Of State's Office Investigating Atlanta Mayoral Runoff
  • Full Extent Of Equifax Breach Revealed
  • Georgia's Senators Back Trump's Iran Nuclear Deal Decision

  • Senator David Perdue wants congress to work through the August recess
  • State opens investigation into Atlanta mayoral runoff between Mayor Bottoms and Mary Norwood
  • Georgia's senators and representatives speak out on Trump's decision to pull out of Iran deal. 

  • UGA's Roquan Smith Car Burglarized In Athens
  • Georgia Tourism Sets Record
  • Fetus Found At Waste Water Treatment Plant

  • Atlanta City Council Asks For Review Of Year-end Bonuses And Gifts
  • 11 Police Shootings In 11 Days In Georgia
  • Preparing For Hurricane Season

  • Hurricane preparations begin ahead of the start of hurricane season in June  
  • New text messages show that former mayor Reed may have known about Open Records slowdown
  • Governor deal must make decision on signing/veto of bills with deadline looming

  •   GA Supreme Court Refuses To Hear DACA In-State Tuition Case
  • Atlanta's Courtland Street Bridge Replacement Project
  • Union City Mother Pleads Guilty To Selling Underaged Daughters

  • Gov. Deal Bill Signing Deadline Looms
  • D-FACS Taking Care of Record Number Of Children
  • Small Business Lending In Georgia At All-Time High



In the United States, school shootings have been one of the most hotly debated topics in 2018.


The issue was re-ignited in February, when 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida



In some cases, the people behind these crimes are dealing with a form of mental illness, including one man who attempted a school shooting in Atlanta in 2013.

  • Governor Nathan Deal mulls over final bills to sign, veto before Tuesday deadline
  • Atlanta rapper 21 Savage falls under scrutiny for 'Guns Down, Paintballs Up' campaign
  • DeKalb County Commission to consider relocation options for Decatur Square monument