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>>
Phyllis Peterson, 47, of Canton, asked Cherokee County Superior Court Judge David Cannon to recuse himself from the civil case in which he is being asked to evict Peterson.
A CBS46 investigation uncovered an ongoing issue with MARTA buses parking in traffic while drivers take breaks. More>>
A lot of us wait until the last minute to file our taxes. Some people are getting an unwelcome surprise when they file online. Someone has already filed for them. It's not April Fools, it's a real problem More>>
A convicted felon has lived rent-free for nearly five years in a half-million dollar home, according to court records and neighbors in the upscale Cherokee County community.
An alleged squatter has been arrested for allegedly forging a lease that she used to orchestrate a scheme to live in a home for nearly five months. More>>
DeKalb County Police filed a charge of identity fraud against a woman already accused of forging a lease to live in a big home for free.
Cobb County Commissioners voted Tuesday on a plan to rename four of five roads named after Six Flags over Georgia.
An accused squatter, exposed by a CBS46 investigation last year, has been indicted on six charges.
One of the Real Housewives of Atlanta is setting the record straight after a customer alleged fraud. The complaint? Her company is accepting money for services but the company isn't keeping up its end of the bargain. More>>
For seven months, CBS Atlanta News has been investigating the deaths of two women at a metro Atlanta med spa. The family of one of the victims said their daughter's spirit appeared during interview. More>>
The website that allows Georgians to search for unclaimed property has not worked properly for at least the past 24 hours, according to inquiries conducted by CBS46 staff and viewers.
Some 224,000 people in Georgia have unclaimed property being held by the Georgia Department of Revenue. Could your name be on the list? More>>
A CBS46 investigation found Georgia's efforts to increase the public's awareness of forgotten funds fails in comparison to those of other states. More>>
As a winter storm warning for metro Atlanta entered its third hour Tuesday, both the state's and city's top leaders were attending an awards luncheon rather than overseeing emergency planning and response. More>>
State lawmakers are considering a bill, dubbed The Patient Injury Act, that would prevent patients and their families from suing doctors and hospitals in Georgia.
Imagine finding out that an elderly loved one in your family had signed up for multiple magazine subscriptions while believing they had won a $5,000 sweepstakes. It happened to at least one consumer. More>>
Every day at least nine people are killed and over a thousand injured due to distracted driving. Its become a dangerous epidemic on our roads. More>>
They are there when we need them: first responders. Police officers, firefighters and paramedics respond when you have an emergency. They put their lives on the line to save others, but what happens if they're hurt? More>>
Metro Atlanta mothers are speaking out about a permanent birth control they claim causes debilitating pain. It's called Essure. More>>
There's a warning for women in the market for a permanent birth control. Some women complain about complications from Essure. It's marketed as being cheaper and safer than getting your tubes tied. More>>
CBS Atlanta News has learned that Atlanta City Councilwoman Natalyn Archibong has sued her campaign opponents for the District 5 council seat for libel and slander. More>>
Todd Brandenburg, of Evans, has been fighting Georgia's Board of Regents since he was fired from the Georgia Medical College in Augusta in 2005.
A CBS Atlanta investigation exposes allegations that the powerful Board of Regents has mishandled appeals filed by terminated employees.
Denise Caldon, of Macon, has repeatedly tried to unseal court records that she said contains evidence that the Board of Regents has mismanaged a college campus and employment appeals.
When news that the college he attended had developed a $16 million budget deficit in May 2012, David Schick knew it was the big story he had wanted.
Mary Gantt said the odor of mold in her DeKalb County apartment was something she just could not take. "I didn't want to invite anyone over," said Gantt. "It was horrible." She showed photos to CBS More>>
A University of Georgia professor accused the state's attorney general of mob-like criminal activities in a lawsuit filed in Fulton County state court Thursday.
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