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Gov. Deal signs sweeping gun bill Video included

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On Wednesday, Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 60, legislation that protects law-abiding, licensed Georgia citizens' Second Amendment rights. More>>

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APS paraprofessionals caught on camera allegedly abusing special needs child Video included

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Fulton County police arrested Atlanta Public Schools paraprofessional Alger Shafter Coleman III and charged him with cruelty to children in the first degree and simple battery. More>>

9 indicted in kidnapping of NC prosecutor's father

Authorities say a group of kidnappers thought they were abducting an assistant district attorney when they pulled up to a North Carolina house earlier this month. More>>

Georgians urged to turn in unused medications

Federal authorities are urging Georgians to drop off their expired, unused and unwanted pills to help combat prescription drug abuse. More>>

APS adopts FY15 budget, raises for many employees included

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During a special legislative meeting Tuesday evening, the Atlanta Board of Education adopted the General Fund Budget for Atlanta Public Schools for fiscal year 2015. More>>

Couple sues to overturn GA's same-sex marriage ban to protect their children Video included

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A couple from Atlanta is listed as plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit challenging Georgia's constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. More>>

Couples file lawsuit challenging Georgia's same-sex marriage ban Video included

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On Tuesday, Lambda Legal, on behalf of their clients, will file a lawsuit challenging Georgia's constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. More>>

High-tech Georgia farmers growing fresh lettuce year-round

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Adam Johnston is not your typical Georgia farmer. He doesn't spend his days tilling soil and worrying about the weather. He's a hydroponics farmer who produces pesticide-free, kosher, flavorful lettuce. More>>

Residents between Alpharetta, Roswell want ZIP code change Video included

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Dozens of people who live in a neighborhood tucked between two neighboring cities are pushing for an address change. More>>

Husband of reality star back in federal court on theft charges Video included

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The husband of an Atlanta woman who appears in a popular reality show appeared in front of a federal judge Monday in connection to a fraud and theft case against him.
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Atlanta launches communication partnership

City of Atlanta officials say public workers in more than 20 departments have been trained to receive and place calls using a program to help them communicate with the deaf and hard of hearing. More>>

Johns Creek considers easing sign restrictions

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After listening to frustrated business owners, Johns Creek will consider easing its sign restrictions.
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Candler Park residents protest church allowing cell antenna inside steeple

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Dozens of residents in the Candler Park neighborhood are trying to rally support against a proposed plan by AT&T to build a cell phone antenna inside the steeple of Epworth United Methodist Church.
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Spike in house fires strains American Red Cross resources Video included

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Volunteers for the American Red Cross said they are running short on resources after an unusual spike in home fires in the Atlanta area. More>>

Men captured in kidnapping of NC prosecutor's father

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Two men wanted in the kidnapping of a North Carolina prosecutor's father have been captured. More>>

Earth Day concert to benefit Rwandan farming charity

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An Atlanta brewery will host an Earth Day concert Tuesday night to raise money for a charity that aims to eradicate world hunger through innovative farming techniques. More>>

High court to hear dispute about TV over Internet

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Thirty years after failing to convince the Supreme Court of the threat posed by home video recordings, big media companies are back and now trying to rein in another technological innovation they say threatens their... More>>

Wrong-way crash near Downtown Connector ends in DUI arrest Video included

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Police arrested a driver who caused a head-on collision Monday morning by driving in the wrong direction on an interstate ramp. More>>

Hosea Feed the Hungry feeds thousands, offers free haircuts Video included

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Hosea Feed the Hungry fed 5,000 people for Easter and delivered 3,000 plates to homes. More>>

Hosea Feed the Hungry to feed up to 10,000 for Easter Video included

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Hosea Feed the Hungry used volunteers to prepare food at the Dekalb County Jail on Saturday for 10,000 people for Easter. More>>

Grenade forces road closure in NW Atlanta

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A grenade was found in northwest Atlanta Saturday morning, which forced authorities to temporarily close a major road. More>>

APD: Teen stabs grandmother, goes to school covered in blood Video included

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Atlanta Police Department detectives are investigating the murder of Mary Price, 76. According to investigators, she was killed by her 14-year-old grandson. More>>

Former employees file racial discrimination lawsuit against drive-in theater Video included

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Two former employees at the Starlight Drive-In in DeKalb County have accused the general manager of racism.
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College Park man arrested in Union City double shooting

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Police in Alabama have arrested a man in a shooting that left one person dead and another injured Wednesday night. More>>

Food trucks coming to Atlanta public spaces in pilot program

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The city of Atlanta will welcome food trucks on public grounds for the first time next week. The pilot program will allow the vendors to sell foods from certain city streets. More>>

Hope for Steve

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A Johns Creek couple is taking to the big screen to spread awareness about a deadly disease. More>>

Man caught after Atlanta burglary, 1 suspect on the run

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One man was caught and another is on the loose after an attempted home burglary Friday morning. More>>

Women pack salons on Good Friday for 'spring blowouts'

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Many metro-Atlanta stylists were booked solid Friday as women came in for fresh, new hair-dos for the Easter weekend. More>>

Mayor Kasim Reed: No problem selling Turner Field

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According to Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed the Braves can't move out of Turner Field soon enough. "We're entertaining three to four proposals for Turner Field right now," said Reed. More>>

Atlanta Public Schools under hiring freeze Video included

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Erroll B. Davis Jr. sent a letter out Thursday instituting a hiring freeze to ensure Dr. Meria Carstarphen has flexibility to make organizational changes as she assumes leadership of APS. More>>

Dump truck stuck under Atlanta overpass

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A dump truck is stuck under an overpass in Northeast Atlanta. More>>

Atlanta police searching for suspect in road rage shooting

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The city of Atlanta Police Department needs your help finding a suspect wanted for shooting and killing Demetrius Wright. More>>

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