I-85 Ribbon Cutting Held To Celebrate ReopeningA portion of I-85 collapsed on March 30, following a fire underneath it.
Ten APS Seniors Named 2017 Posse Foundation ScholarsThe Posse Foundation, Inc. is a college access and youth leadership development program that identifies, recruits and selects leaders from public high schools.
Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry Tells Maria Boynton Why City Is Limiting Compliance With Immigration RulesIt's the first city in Georgia to pass a political resolution saying it will not hold, or detain someone for ICE, longer than what what their constitutional rights require.
Longtime Publisher Remembered For Maintaining Atlanta Inquirer LegacyCelebration of Life services for John Smith, Sr. will be held on Saturday.
Message to President Trump: 5th District Not Horrible And Falling ApartPresident Trump is in Atlanta today for a speech at the NRA Convention and a political fundraiser.
Fired Gwinnett Cops Must Surrender Today In Beating Of Black MotoristMichael Bongiovanni and Robert McDonald were seen on video punching and stomping a black male motorist.
I-85 Fire Suspect Gets High Powered Legal Team As Bridge Repair Work ContinuesGeorgia Department of Transportation officials say the bridge could be repaired and ready for traffic by mid-June with incentives for earlier completion.
Stellar Award Nominee Deborah Jo Winans "I Am Living My Dream"Winans talks about being a part of "Greanleaf" and a member of an iconic gospel music family.
I-85 Bridge To Reopen Mid JuneA portion of the heavily traveled interstate collapsed following a fire.
Family Of Man Shot And Killed By Smyrna Police File Federal LawsuitNicholas Thomas was 23 years old when he was shot and killed while driving a white Maserati in March 2015.
Jason Lary To Lead New City Of Stonecrest; South Fulton Heads To RunoffThe runoff elections will be held on Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
Trees Downed As Storms Move Through Metro AtlantaCrews are out across the area removing the fallen trees.