Community Stays Up For Justice As Grand Jury Convenes In Police Beating Case
Dhourba Bin Wahad is to appear today to testify before the Clayton County Grand Jury. It concerns a police brutality case in which Bin Wahad says he was slammed on his head at his own house on May 2, 2014. Community members rallied last night and...
DeKalb Declares That The Water Is Safe To Drink
DeKalb County's more than 700-thousand residents are being told that the boil water advisory is over and the water is safe to drink. The advisory had been in effect since last Thursday when a mower ran over a fire hydrant. A 48 inch water main was...
Driver Alert: APS School Buses To Conduct Practice Runs Wednesday
Students across the area will be returning to school over the next few weeks. In preparation, bus drivers with Atlanta Public Schools will conduct a practice run tomorrow. The practice, on all bus routes, will be from 6 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. APS students...
Black Man Beaten By Clayton County Police: Community To Gather Tonight Before Grand Jury Convenes
It was on May 2, 2014, that Dhoruba Bin-Wahad was roughed up by Clayton County Police. The 69 year old man was moving into the home he'd just rented near Jonesboro when it happened.
Police apparently assumed that Bin-Wahad was a burglar and...
'No Case, No Nothin'': Snoop Dogg on Being Detained in Sweden
Snoop Dogg offered his opinion of the incident on his Instagram account.
King Center Camp N.O.W. Participant: "Nonviolence Principles Should Be Taught In Everyday Life"
When they're asked what they did this summer, students from the King Center's Camp N.O.W. will have plenty to tell. N.O.W., or Nonviolence Opportunity Watch, is also referred to as "No Other Way".
Click below to hear Maria Boynton's interview...
Friendship Towers: Owner Says All New Cooling Systems Working
The African American and mostly elderly residents of Friendship Towers have been quite vocal for several months about the air not working inside their homes. They even took the matter to court. Well now, according to the company that owns the...
Family Of Madia Gibson Say She Was Last Seen Leaving Church
Anthony Gibson says that his sister Madia had started talking to herself a few days before he last saw her. That was on Sunday, July 19. He says that she had just left the Salvation Army on Metropolitan Avenue in Atlanta, where she had attended...
Fibroids: Millions Of Women Suffer In Silence
July is Fibroid Awareness Month in Georgia. According to the National Institutes of Health, Uterine fibroids are the most common benign tumors in women of childbearing age.
The Atlanta Interventional Institute is hosting a free Health Talk for...
Former Emory University Employee Sentenced To Prison For Stealing Tuition Payments
Brenda Michael's job with the School of Nursing at Emory University, was that of administrative assistant in the Wound Ostomy Center. Part of her job was to assist Emory students with enrollment. But, beginning in August 2012, prosecutors say that...