AtlantaNewsFeed

  • Georgia Gets Grant For Literacy Initiatives
  • Kirby Smart Signs Seven-Year Deal
  • Butts Execution Set For This Evening

  • Butts Execution Rescheduled For Tonight
  • Kasim Reed Actually Gave Out $811,000
  • Ryan Signs $100-Million Extension With Falcons

  • Georgia reverses course, plans execution of Robert Earl Butts Jr. tonight
  • Class-A  public high school baseball playoffs still on hold pending a Court of Appeals ruling
  • Matt Ryan becomes first NFL player to earn $30 million annually with new contract

 

  • Mayor Bottoms addresses first 100 days in State of the City address
  • Georgia inmate receives stay of execution to further examine case
  • Secretary of State Brian Kemp defends controversial campaign ad involving a shotgun

  • Military Plane Crashes In Savannah
  • Three More City Officials Return Year End Bonuses
  • Keisha Lance Bottoms Delivers State Of The City Address

  • Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Delivers State Of The City Address
  • Tech Companies Object To Georgia Cyber-Security Bill
  • Body Cams For ATL Customs And Border Protection Agents

  • Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms gives first State of the City address
  • Tech giants Microsoft and Google ask Gov. Deal to veto cyber-security bill
  • Diverse Gwinnett County could soon see shift in education leadership demographics

  • Augusta Area Doctor Sentenced To 15 Years For Drug Dealing
  • Rash Of Arson Fires In Macon
  • Marietta Fire Chief Candidate Arrested For Forgery

  • GBI To Investigate Shooting Of Mentally Ill Woman In North Fulton County
  • Waffle House Protestors Call For Soda Pop Sit In This Friday
  • NSA Leaker Reality Winner Defense Team Faces Setback

  • Investigation continues after police involved shooting of Johns Creek woman
  • Macon officials investigating a large string of arsons
  • GDOT plans to destroy and rebuild 111 year-old Courtland Street Bridge 

  • Early Voting For May 22nd Primary Begins Today
  • Laurens County Approves Arming School District Employees
  • Protest At Waffle House Headquarters In Norcross

  • Personnel Changes At Atlanta City Hall
  • Early Voting For May 22nd Primary Starts Today
  • Gov. Deal To Go On The Road For Budget Signing Ceremonies

  • Mayor Bottoms announces big changes at Atlanta City Hall
  • Flu season comes to an end after multiple deaths in Georgia
  • Atlanta United extends  unbeaten streak to seven straight 

  • Polk County Man Faces Up To 642 Years In Prison For Dog Fighting Conviction
  • E. Coli From Romaine Lettuce Shows Up In Georgia
  • Whitfield County Teacher Charged With Possessing Heroin On Campus

  • Bonus Payments By Former Mayor Reed Investigated
  • Suitcase Containing Human Remains Found Along I-75
  • Alabama's Calvin Ridley The Falcons' First Round Pick

  • Dawson County Victim Of Ransomware Attack
  • DeKalb School Bus Drivers Demand Fired Job Action Organizers Be Reinstated
  • See Something - Send Something App Newest Crime Fighting Tool

  • Hawks Part Ways With Head Coach
  • GBI At Atlanta City Hall For Open Records Request Investigation
  • Arrest Warrant Issued For Marietta Fire Chief Candidate

  •  Blueberry farmers in Georgia hope for a bounce back after a late freeze
  •  Lee County Medical Center faces legal challenges from nearby Dougherty county 
  •  Atlanta Falcons, UGA players prepare for the first round of the NFL Draft

  • Gov. Deal Undecided On Stockbridge/Eagles Landing 
  • Fayette County Tables Confederate History And Heritage Month Proclamation
  • MARTA Getting New CNG Powered Busses

  • Governor Deal yet to make decision on controversial Eagles Landing cityhood
  • Senator Johnny Isakson wants more information on Trump's  Veteran's Affairs Secretary nominee
  • Atlanta based NCR will shut down two facilities, affecting more than 1,000 jobs statewide

  • Gulfstream Expands In Savannah
  • Ben Hill County Joins Opiod Lawsuit
  • Fake Uber Driver Assaults UGA Student

  • Voter Registration Deadline Today
  • Tex McIver Awaits Sentence Following Murder Conviction
  • Coca Cola Posts Strong First Quarter Financials

  • April 24 marks the deadline to vote in Georgia's primaries
  • Another inmate dies in custody of Georgia Department of Corrections
  • Atlanta lawyer 'Tex' McIver found guilty of intentionally killing wife

  • McIver Jury Deadlocked On Four  Charges
  • DeKalb School District Pushes Back On Drivers' Charges
  • Another Inmate Killed At Valdosta State Prison 

  • Ethics Complaints Filed Against Three Gubernatorial Candidates
  • DeKalb School Bus Driver Sick Out, Day Three
  • New Manufacturing Plant Coming To Social Circle

  • Neo-nazis, counter-protestors meet in a weekend rally in Newnan
  • DeKalb bus drivers plan a third 'sick out' day to push for higher wages and benefits
  • Chinese manufacturer will build first U.S. plant in Social Circle

  • Atlanta Makes Short List For Army's Futures Command Center
  • 7 School Bus Drivers Fired For Organizing Dekalb County Sick Out
  • No New Sentencing Hearing For Inmate Scheduled For May 3rd Execution

  • Sun Trust Banks  Reports Possible Data Breach
  • Atlanta Students Participate In School Walk Out
  • DeKalb County School Bus Drivers Fired For Sick Out

  • Schools in Atlanta prepare for walkout on anniversary of Columbine shooting
  • Savannah sues drug makers in response to the opioid epidemic
  • Georgia sets new records in March for labor force and # of employed citizens

  • Abrams Snares Georgia Equality Endorsement
  • DeKalb School Bus Drivers Stage Sick-Out
  • Four Atlanta Area Men Sentenced On International Weapons Trafficking Charges

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