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Missing Girl Found Safe

June 7, 2019

ATLANTA, GA – Authorities have found an 8-year-old Clayton County girl who was reported missing on Thursday night from a southwest Atlanta park. The girl, Imani Colvin, reunited with her mother on Friday morning. It was exactly 12 hours after the girl wandered away from an adult caregiver at Perkerson Park. Once her caregiver reported […]

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Judge Gives Man Life Sentence for Rape and Kidnapping

May 6, 2019

ATLANTA, GA – A Fulton County judge sentenced a 38-year-old man to life in prison for the kidnapping and rape of a woman behind a church. The incident occurred in Atlanta’s Pittsburgh neighborhood. A news release from the Fulton County District Attorney’s office says that the victim was walking by herself on Smith Street just […]

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Atlanta Will Be Getting Its Freak-On Once More

April 3, 2019

Atlanta, GA – It looks like the popular festival Freaknik will be returning to Atlanta this summer, however, this time it’s going to be a family approved version. The festival which started in the early 1980s’ and ran through the 90s’, was yearly spring-break themed event. It had a notoriously rowdy and wild reputation. Essentially, […]

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Caged, Starved and Buried: Young Girl Tortured in Georgia

March 8, 2019

GUYTON, GA – Investigators in Effingham made a shocking discovery this week. Police found a girl buried in her father’s backyard. The body of the girl, according to Effingham County Sheriff’s Office, displayed clear signs of torture. Investigator Abbey Brown stated on Tuesday, that the 14-year old girl’s torture was clearly evident. The girl’s name […]

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Bomb Squad Dismisses the Bomb Threat at the Atlanta Airport

February 15, 2019

Atlanta, GA—Workers at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport called the bomb squad for a suspicious package on Friday morning, February 15, 2019. The bomb threat was a great scare for those traveling through the airport. After the bomb squad finished their investigation, they gave the all-clear. The police have declared that it was a false alarm […]

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TSA Officers Protest Shutdown

January 11, 2019

ATLANTA, GA — Transportation Security Administration employees protested the government shutdown outside Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Thursday afternoon. The workers marched in a circle and carried signs outside the airport. They demanded that the government reopen. Protesters shouted chants. One person yelled, “What do we want?” Others replied, “Government funding.” One person shouted, “When […]

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The Super Bowl is Coming to Town… and so is Traffic

December 18, 2018

ATLANTA, GA – The Super Bowl is coming to Atlanta this year! And while that means a lot of excitement, crowds, and fun in Midtown the first weekend of February, it also means Super Bowl traffic. There is a lot going on for Super Bowl weekend, including an awards show the day before.   Officials […]

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Atlanta Postal Workers Deliver Cocaine

November 30, 2018

Sixteen employees of the U.S. Postal System in Atlanta received federal prison sentences for accepting bribes to deliver cocaine. According to the Northern District of Georgia’s U.S. Attorney’s Office, some of the bribes were as low as $250. Federal officials said that each postal worker got sentences ranging between three years and nine years.   […]

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$25.8 Million Generated in Sales of Porsche Net at Atlanta Car Auction

October 30, 2018

Atlanta, Georgia –  The RM Sotheby’s Porsche 70th Anniversary Auction was held last weekend at Porsche’s North America headquarters in Atlanta.   The Auction displayed 63 of the world’s best privately- owned vehicles.   A 1985 Porsche 959 Paris –Dakar rally car which was a top seller, generated $5, 945,000 when the hammer dropped.   […]

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Atlanta City Council Forbid Pet Stores from Selling Puppies and Kittens

October 23, 2018

Atlanta, Georgia – Atlanta could be the ninth city in Georgia to pass legislation banning the sales of puppies and kittens.   According to Jessica Rock with the Atlanta Humane Society, it’s a good idea to ban such sales, even though Atlanta pet stores don’t really sell puppies and kittens.   She believes puppy mills […]

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