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Easy ways to save more money

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What you may not know about this month aside from the tax man cometh is that April is National Financial Literacy month. So, let's talk about your financial literacy and ways you can save more money. More>>

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Eastern bongo born at Zoo Atlanta

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A healthy, male eastern bongo was born at Zoo Atlanta on Saturday. More>>

Glass falls from building, forcing road closure in downtown Atlanta

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A downtown Atlanta road was partially closed Tuesday afternoon after glass fell from a building and onto the road. More>>

Community leaders call for meeting after attempted child abductions Video included

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Atlanta community leaders are holding a news conference Tuesday to announce a reward and to call for a meeting with various police agencies to talk about child safety in the wake of several attempted child abductions. More>>

Tree crushes car, narrowly misses northwest Atlanta home Video included

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If you take a look at the front yard of Joe Dowell's home, you may understand why he feels blessed. More>>

Same-sex couples say Georgia tax laws discriminate Video included

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A petition with more than 1,300 signatures was delivered to the Georgia Department of Revenue on Tuesday calling for the state to change the way it requires same-sex couples to file their state tax returns. More>>

HoneyBaked donates 500 Easter meals to Atlanta families

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Alpharetta-based HoneyBaked Ham donated nearly 500 meals to metro-Atlanta families Tuesday through the Atlanta Community Food Bank. More>>

Dr. Meria Carstarphen named Atlanta Public Schools superintendent Video included

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Carstarphen will oversee the district's 49,000 students and 7,000 employees on a $850 million budget. More>>

Porsche set to open new North American headquarters near Atlanta airport Video included

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Sixteen years after Porsche first brought their corporate offices to the metro Atlanta area, they will open a new facility near Hartsfield-Jackson Airport that includes something the company has never had adjacent to its Atlanta operations: a test track. More>>

Marathon bombing survivors head back to Boston Video included

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Bob Threlkeld, Tara Adyanthaya and Rick Boyd are three Atlanta attorneys who share common interests.
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Police search driver who fled scene of crash in Atlanta

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Police are searching for driver who fled the scene of a crash in Atlanta on Monday afternoon. More>>

Turner Entertainment president named CEO of Atlanta Hawks

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Koonin will oversee business, financial and strategic operations with the Hawks and Phillips arena, according to a release from the team. More>>

Residents question firefighter delay in East Point apartment fire Video included

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Residents of an apartment complex in East Point are wondering what took firefighters so long to tackle a fire that happened about 100 yards from a fire station Sunday night. More>>

Atlanta police search for missing teenager

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14-year-old Janese Carthon was reported missing by her family.  She was last seen Saturday morning in southwest Atlanta.
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Body found on I-75 in S Atlanta Saturday

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A motorist was working on a vehicle on the shoulder of I-75 near Cleveland Avenue when the individual was struck and killed. More>>

Atlanta police investigate murder and possible arson

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Firefighters rescued a man Saturday morning from a burning building in northwest Atlanta on Jones Avenue. More>>

Woman said FBI has not offered to pay for damages after she said it mistakenly raided her apartment

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The woman who said the FBI mistakenly raided her home during a hostage situation said the agency has not offered to pay for the damages. More>>

Judge: evidence will not be omitted from APS cheating case

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Fulton County Superior Court Judge Jerry Baxter became irritated while an attorney for Atlanta Public Schools ex-Superintendent Dr. Beverly Hall questioned a state witness on Friday. More>>

Big crowds expected at Dogwood Festival this weekend in Atlanta

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The 78th Atlanta Dogwood Festival is expected to draw tens of thousands of visitors to Piedmont Park for a weekend full of art and entertainment. More>>

Family rescued from river in Fulton County

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The family fell out of a boat near Azalea Park, located near Sandy Springs and Roswell. More>>

Hawks great Lou Hudson dies

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Hudson, 69, was a six time All-Star with the Hawks, who drafted him in 1966 as the St. Louis Hawks, prior to moving to Atlanta. More>>

FBI rescues man kidnapped from North Carolina Video included

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Family and friends of Frank Arthur Janssen are breathing a sigh of relief after the 63-year-old returned home safe and sound Thursday.
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Deal offers path forward on cannabis oil treatment

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Gov. Nathan Deal plotted a path forward for the safe and legal use of cannabis oil by Georgia children suffering from epileptic disorders. More>>

Woman says FBI mistakenly raided her home looking for hostage

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A woman who lives next door to where the FBI said kidnappers held a man hostage said the FBI raided her apartment mistakenly. More>>

Gov. Deal approves clinical trials of medical marijuana Video included

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Gov. Nathan Deal on Thursday announced he is approving clinical tests on medical cannabis, better known, as medical marijuana after his staff consulted with the federal Food and Drug Administration. More>>

New technology fixes botched wisdom tooth surgery Video included

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Ten million people have their wisdom teeth removed every year, but when a college student from Atlanta had the procedure done, it went very wrong. More>>

Building at GSU evacuated after chemical made employees dizzy

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A building at Georgia State University was evacuated after four employees complained of dizziness. More>>

Driver charged with DUI in wrong-way crash on Connector

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A drunk, wrong-way driver did not stop until she caused a head-on collision Thursday morning. More>>

SCAD's parking lot living experiment

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Savannah College of Art and Design or SCAD unveiled a "micro" experiment Wednesday afternoon. It has modified a parking garage deck near its Atlanta campus for a living space called SCADpad.
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Atlanta woman sews hope Video included

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An Atlanta woman has found a special way to help other women who live thousands of miles away. More>>

Flag catches fire at Braves game Video included

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An American flag caught fire Tuesday night at the Atlanta Braves game. More>>

Sandy Springs police search for office creepers preying on medical professionals

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Two thieves are lifting credit cards and drivers licenses from medical office workers in Sandy Springs, according to police. More>>

MARTA bus drivers still parking in road, leaving buses unattended Video included

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A CBS46 investigation uncovered an ongoing issue with MARTA buses parking in traffic while drivers take breaks. More>>

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