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Mom not satisfied with response from school district over Civil War activity

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The mother of a Cobb County student is battling the school district over a Civil War dress up day. The woman won one battle, but is fighting the war.

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'Kennesaw Five' cheerleaders to kneel for national anthem again Saturday, but out of sight

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Kennesaw State football plays again Saturday night and they do so with a cloud hanging over the school in the wake of the First Amendment kneeling scandal. 

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Emails, texts between officials obtained following kneeling controversy at Kennesaw State University

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CBS46 Investigates has obtained more than 100 pages of emails, texts and other correspondence between Kennesaw State University officials who responded to cheerleaders kneeling during the national anthem at a recent game. 

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Amazon bid a mystery

Georgia really wants to win over Amazon and a new headquarters that could bring lots of jobs and money to metro Atlanta.

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Child's transplant in limbo

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A two-year-old desperately needs an organ transplant, and according to doctors his father is a 110 percent match. However, surgeons at Emory Hospital will not do the operation just yet. 

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BBB Phishing Scam Video included

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Scammers have hijacked the Better Business Bureau's name and logo in an attempt to steal your personal information. 

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Georgia Supreme Court clarifies law regarding breathalyzer tests

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The Georgia Supreme Court want to make it clear that law enforcement officers can not force people suspected of driving under the influence to take a breathalyzer test.

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Law enforcement officers among 5 charged in connection to murder from 1983

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A 34-year-old cold case was busted wide open when five people were charged in connection to a brutal murder from 1983. 

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Racial signs spotted in race for Atlanta Mayor

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Someone is looking to make the Atlanta mayoral race about race. Signs, reading, "Vote the Black Slate", have been spotted by our crews in southwest Atlanta. 

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Neighbors worry rising rents will force them to move from Atlanta neighborhood

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Broken homes and empty lots line some tired streets along the neighborhoods west of downtown Atlanta. Once thriving, the neighborhoods depopulated because of people fleeing from more crime and low-performing schools. But change is coming as abandoned railroad tracks become a concrete link to a more prosperous east side.

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UPS reeling after trade secrets leaked

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The Atlanta based company is accusing a pilot of wrongfully obtaining what they call highly confidential strategic plans

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New program working to save you money on water bills

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A new program is working underground in the city of Atlanta. It's likely to save you money on your water bills.

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Bid for Amazon may increase funding for transit spending

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Georgia's efforts to land a new headquarters for tech giant Amazon could change the public transit landscape in metro Atlanta.

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APS looks how to legally give more money to minority-owned businesses

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Atlanta Public Schools gives itself a low grade for hiring disadvantaged businesses. 

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Executive raided by federal agents donated money to several political campaigns

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CBS46 Investigates is learning more about the embattled construction executive whose offices were raided by federal officials.

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One-on-one with editor of site that uncovered series of Facebook ads allegedly by Russian operatives Video included

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CBS46 special assignments reporter Mark Pettit investigates the Russian Facebook hacking scandal. He goes one-on-one with the editor of a startup news site here in Atlanta that uncovered a series of Facebook ads allegedly placed by Russian operatives.

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Student with no legs performs in marching band Video included

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Sixteen-year-old Jahkee Johnson is the most unlikely member of a high school marching band.

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Railroad line could offer commuters another way home

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An almost invisible railroad line through downtown Atlanta could offer commuters another way home.

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'Save the Trees' movement fails, parking deck in Atlanta's Grant Park will move forward Video included

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Tree-loving neighbors are converging on City Hall in Atlanta to protest a long-planned parking deck that threatens to destroy over 100 trees.

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Confederate monument debate heats up in DeKalb County

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One by one, opponents of the confederate monument in downtown Decatur sounded off to DeKalb County commissioners on Tuesday.

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Candidates vying to shape future of Atlanta Public Schools

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When the voting takes place, 30 candidates are vying to shape the future of Atlanta Public Schools. Improved test scores for students are proof change is possible.

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More than 37,000 gallons of raw sewage spills in DeKalb County

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More than 37,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled behind another DeKalb County neighborhood causing concern for many homeowners. 

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Atlanta new business

A major midtown Atlanta employer says it's doubling size and creating 800 new jobs at Technology Square. 

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Former Georgia governor sues Equifax over massive breach

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A former Georgia governor and now practicing attorney Roy Barnes filed a lawsuit against Atlanta-based Equifax following a massive cyberattack impacting millions of Americans.

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Proposed development ban on DeKalb County churches lifted

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A proposed development ban for places of worship on a busy stretch of Memorial Drive has been removed.

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Storm damaged area pulls together in time of need

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The damage from Irma is widespread in metro Atlanta, but Hall County is one of the most devastated areas.

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Georgia Power activates social media center for storm updates

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All eyes are on Hurricane Irma inside Georgia Power’s Social Media Center in Downtown Atlanta.

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Florida evacuees arrive in metro Atlanta

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With a full tank of gas and plenty of supplies, Bob and Renee Hatlelid decided to ride out Hurricane Irma in Atlanta.

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Fight over Atlanta ethics board continues

The fight over the future of the Atlanta city ethics board continues. The debate over who should pick the members of the board is in its seventh hour. 

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