Hundreds of people have stepped up to help a homeless veteran who's been living in his van along with his 7-year-old dog after losing his home to foreclosure.
The Marietta Daily Journal reports 65-year-old John Chambers lost his house in January 2013 and has lived in a Walmart parking lot since then.
Chambers says he was evicted without warning, lost his job after his employer learned he was homeless and has had trouble finding alternative housing through the Veterans Administration.
The newspaper published a story explaining Chambers' situation earlier this week and since then, hundreds of people have offered money, temporary shelter and food for his dog, Scout.
A metro Atlanta real estate agent and her attorney have also formed a nonprofit group to try saving Chambers' home.
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Ten counter-protesters were arrested Saturday at a neo-Nazi rally in Newnan.
A five-year-old girl in North Carolina has been diagnosed with a rare brain disorder after complaining she had a headache.
Investigators say a large group of men were gambling in front of an apartment complex when two of the men got into a verbal argument.
A Colorado woman says the U.S. Customs and Border Protection wants to fine her $500 for a free apple she received from an airline on her way home from Paris.
A large neo-Nazi rally will descend upon the city of Newnan Saturday afternoon and people are bracing for the possibility of violence.