Officials say in addition to offering the tablets to Morris Brown College students, Moolah Wireless also offers free tablets to anyone eligible for the program which includes veterans, senior citizens, Section 8 residents and others.
Many parents say they feel the school didn’t do enough to notify them of what was happening. Some of them were finding out information via their child’s social media. It wasn’t until four hours after the initial hard lockdown was announced that the school confirmed to parents that a gun was fired in the school.
Four people, including a 2-year-old child, were injured after police say a driver that fled a traffic stop lost control of their vehicle, crashed into a car and a tractor-trailer, and caused a traffic headache for motorists on Interstate 285 North in northwest Atlanta Wednesday morning.