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Looking for something to do? Check out weekend events

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If you are looking for something to do this weekend, check out our list of weekend events.
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Downtown Atlanta road to be closed this weekend

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If you plan on driving to Downtown Atlanta this weekend be aware of a construction project that will close a major road. More>>

Roadside signs demand Mayor Reed curb drug crime

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A roadside-sign campaign demands Atlanta mayor curb drug crimes in a northwest Atlanta neighborhood. More>>

Ice Bucket Challenge makes big splash in Georgia

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As of Friday, the Ice Bucket Challenge had raised more than $53-million for ALS research across the country, and that support is making a big splash locally. More>>

Innocent bystander shot during manhunt near school is recovering Video included

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Fulton County police are still looking for a man involved yesterday in a manhunt More>>

Dog-friendly restaurant to host benefit for pet rescue charity

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A popular a dog-friendly restaurant in Roswell will celebrate its 4th anniversary Saturday with a doggie beauty pageant, a 7-pound burger-eating contest and live music to benefit a local dog rescue charity. More>>

Woman caught in crossfire of police shootout in South Fulton Co. Video included

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An 18-year-old woman is recovering from a gunshot wound to the leg after being caught in the crossfire of a shootout between a suspected cell phone thief and police officers. More>>

Dash cam video released of police officer shot seven times

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Dash cam video released by the Alpharetta Police Department shows an officer shot seven times in April of 2013. More>>

Police arrest 2 additional suspects in connection to robbery spree

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Police arrested two additional suspects in a robbery spree that occurred this summer in Atlanta. More>>

APS prepares to minimize classroom disruptions during cheating scandal trial Video included

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The trial for 12 former Atlanta Public Schools educators accused of cheating on the 2009 Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests could cause some disruption in the classroom for APS students and teachers.
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Emory University Hospital releases both American Ebola patients Video included

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Officials from Emory University Hospital announced that Nancy Writebol, who contracted Ebola while working as a missionary nurse in Africa was released Tuesday from the hospital. The other Ebola patient in Atlanta, Dr. Kent Brantly, the Samaritan's Purse doctor who contracted Ebola while caring for patients in Liberia, was released Thursday. More>>

Graphic Video: Stabbing at MARTA station caught on camera

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A fight between two men that sent one man to the hospital and shut down a MARTA station on Aug. 9 was caught on camera. More>>

Storms create damage across metro Atlanta Video included

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Thunderstorms moved across metro Atlanta Wednesday afternoon creating damage in multiple locations. The damage had to do mostly with strong winds and lighting. More>>

Man drives off with woman's car after she asked for help parking

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A woman had her car stolen after she handed the keys to the would-be carjacker, hoping he would help her park her car. More>>

Residents upset over historic district demolition, take aim at the City, property owners

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The building that sits at 20 Hilliard Street SE in Atlanta has been there for more than 100 years. In a few days it will be gone, torn down by the order of the City of Atlanta because it had become an immediate hazard. More>>

Suspected DUI driver rear-ends Atlanta DUI task force officer Video included

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A police officer is being treated for neck pain after a suspected drunk driver rear-ended his patrol car early Tuesday morning. More>>

Rapper Gucci Mane sentenced on federal gun charge

Radric Davis, aka rapper Gucci Mane, was sentenced on gun charges. Radric Davis, aka rapper Gucci Mane, was sentenced on gun charges.

Rapper Gucci Mane has been sentenced to serve three years and three months in prison after pleading guilty to a federal firearms charge several months ago. More>>

Plane fire at Hartsfield Thursday is just a drill

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The Atlanta Fire and Rescue Department is alerting travelers and residents that if they see a plane on fire at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Thursday, it is just a drill. More>>

Arrested US judge embarrassed, entering treatment

A defense lawyer says an Alabama federal judge charged with domestic violence in Atlanta is embarrassed and entering a treatment program. More>>

'Soft lockdown' lifted at Atlanta's Washington High School

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Atlanta Public schools says Booker T. Washington High School went into a soft lockdown Wednesday morning. More>>

Reporters to get sneak peek of new College Football Hall of Fame

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Media outlets will get a sneak peek of Atlanta's newest tourist attraction Wednesday, the new College Football Hall of Fame. More>>

After moving west for medical cannabis mom and daughter come home

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After moving to Colorado on a quest for medical cannabis, a mother and her daughter move back to Georgia. More>>

APS answers parents' questions ahead of CRCT cheating trial

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The trial of 12 former Atlanta Public Schools employees is set to start, and APS is answering questions parents may have about the trial and what it means for their students. More>>

Atlanta court clerk pocketed more than $80,000 in court fines

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A former City of Atlanta municipal court clerk pled guilty on Tuesday to stealing more than $80,000 in court fines for her personal use. More>>

Atlanta Watershed fires 13 employees following investigation

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The Atlanta Department of Watershed Management fired 13 of its employees Friday following an investigation of theft and policy issues. Mayor Kasim Reed's office released to CBS46 News this statement: More>>

Mid 90s expected in Atlanta through the weekend

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Temperatures are expected to reach the warmest of the summer at the end of the week in Atlanta.
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Atlanta Watershed Department owed millions by delinquent customers Video included

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Delinquent commercial accounts owe the City of Atlanta more than $6-million, according to Watershed management. Starting this week, the city is going after the 275 biggest offenders. More>>

Business owners vying for roles in future Falcons, Braves stadiums Video included

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Hundreds of metro Atlanta small business owners are expected to gather at Atlanta City Hall Tuesday to learn how to compete for a chance to help build two new professional sports stadiums. More>>

Logistics company bringing 75 jobs to Atlanta

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Gov. Nathan Deal announced Tuesday that Total Quality Logistics is coming to Atlanta. The freight brokerage company will create 75 new jobs in Fulton County. More>>

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