It was a historic sweep of championship titles for Alpharetta’s A5-Volleyball Club. The Southeast’s number one volleyball club just won a total of 6 gold medals and 4 Most Valuable Player nods – and the season is not over.
An Atlanta single mom and veteran is closing on her first home, thanks to the help of her employers! The program helps employees who have been with the company at least two years, pay the down payment on their homes.
There is a new housing option available for Georgia women who choose to continue their pregnancies and want support. It is the first house of it’s kind created under Betsy’s Law, which goes into effect July 1st.
A new mural on the southside of the Atlanta Beltline aims to inspire black women. The artist, Drew Borders says she played off a story from Greek Mythology but placed black women in positions of power in her piece. The women in the mural are inspired by women in Drew's family.
After a virtual celebration was held for Juneteenth in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the world-renowned Trap Music Museum and Ladies Who Brunch ATL are set to host the annual Juneteenth celebration Saturday afternoon.
Father’s Day can be complicated for some people but that doesn’t stop families from trying to mend relationships. CBS46 interviewed several men at Atlanta Mission as they fight to improve their own lives and their relationships with their families.
The search for the trail we now know as Doll’s Head started because Slaton was after the sounds of nature. Over a decade later, he still walks these trails but the sounds have changed. At least when he is here.
Juneteenth is a day that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States and marks when federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas in 1865 to ensure that all enslaved people were freed. There are multiple events happening in the metro Atlanta area.
Rising temperatures mean a rise in dogs with Copperhead bites showing up at Georgia veterinarian offices. While an authentic love for adventure can put a smile on a dog mom or dad’s faces, it can get our animals in some tough spots with creatures already living near the trails.
For Marvin Robinson, service is what it’s all about. But climbing the corporate ladder is the furthest thing from his mind. He’s a Comcast technician who repairs cable and internet service in metro Atlanta. And he and his co-worker Jesse Hughes take pride in going the extra mile on the job.