It was difficult enough for Vicky Yearby to care for her mentally disabled son, but when police used a Taser on him three years ago her job as caregiver got immeasurably tougher. More>>
Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety call shopping used vehicles, some with safety recalls sitting on the sales lot, "recalled used car roulette." More>>
The campaign for Greg Hecht, Democratic candidate for attorney general, blasted Attorney General Sam Olens Wednesday over a CBS46 investigation that found Olens ignored allegations of public corruption. More>>
CBS46 News has learned allegations of public corruption within the University System of Georgia have not been investigated by the office of Attorney General Sam Olens. More>>
Two Forsyth County commissioners have been accused of ethics violations for votes they made to widen Castleberry Road to four lanes.
The focus of a CBS46 investigation pleaded guilty Friday for squatting in a home in DeKalb County. Daquisha Barber, 33, was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay $7,800 restitution to the owner. More>>
2014 is turning into a record year for vehicle recalls. General Motors alone recalled more than 14 million vehicles by July - more cars than it sold in the past five years.
You see service dogs everywhere. Federal laws allow them entry to help those with physical and emotional disabilities, but some of those dogs could be imposters. More>>
A Douglasville apartment complex may be violating federal law if it ends a woman's lease because of her dog.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has sued Frederick J. Hanna & Associates and its partners for operating what it called a "debt collection lawsuit mill."
Many of us with dogs as pets often wonder, do they really understand what we say and feel? Research in Atlanta is looking to prove dogs may be more like humans and even smarter than we think. More>>
It's a trend that's catching many first-time moms by surprise: Many women expecting a natural birth wind up on the operating table with C-sections, often times unnecessarily. More>>
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau recommends Georgians who believe they were wronged by troubled law firm, Frederick J. Hanna & Associates, file a complaint with the federal agency.
A CBS46 investigation found fire departments across metro Atlanta don't have policies in place to limit firefighters' exposure to dangerous chemicals potentially increasing their risk of developing cancer. More>>
A federal lawsuit that alleges controversial law firm Frederick J. Hanna & Associates violated federal debt collection laws by garnishing wages to which it wasn't entitled, will likely continue. More>>
A CBS46 viewer claims an over-the-counter flea and tick product killed her cat. Find out what the experts have to say about the safety of these products. More>>
The State Bar of Georgia is investigating a controversial debt-collecting attorney in Cobb County for possible violations of the Bar's professional rules of conduct. CBS46 News obtained a letter from the More>>
A federal class action lawsuit filed Tuesday accuses a controversial law firm in Cobb County of breaking debt collection laws by dipping into a man's paycheck to cover a debt he didn't owe. More>>
Brian Wedgeworth, 39, of Birmingham, AL pleaded guilty to charges he scammed a woman he met online. More>>
The debate over whether a two-lane road in Forsyth County should be widened continues as a CBS46 investigation finds there isn't enough traffic on the road to justify the $22 million project.
Commissioner Doug MacGinnitie claimed the Department of Revenue is doing a fair job in operating the unclaimed property division despite a CBS46 investigation which found the department does little to raise awareness of the unclaimed funds among Georgians. More>>
The biggest offender of the I-85 HOT Lanes has racked up 570 violations and owes $17,032 in tolls and fines, according to State Road and Tollway records obtained by CBS46 News.
More than hundred members of an international crime ring operate out of the Atlanta suburbs, according to police in Gwinnett County. More>>
About 224,000 Georgians are owed unclaimed property from the state of Georgia, and several nonprofit agencies are on the list that could really use the money. More>>
A Cobb County woman says she was horribly disfigured just days before her wedding after undergoing liposuction at a Kennesaw med spa. More>>
For many aspiring models, the dream is to be on America's Next Top Model. So when organizers of a spin-off called Atlanta's Next Top Model said that they worked for CBS Atlanta, contestants were excited. More>>
A CBS46 undercover investigation catches a business man making a suspicious deal with a local bridal shop, prompting police to make an arrest. More>>
For-profit colleges, many of which advertise heavily for students, are coming under increased scrutiny for alleged predator student lending.
An exclusive CBS46 News investigation forced the nationwide recall of more than 18,000 fake smoke detectors. More>>
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