70-year-old Linda Evans looked forward to playing softball in her new retirement community’s team, only for her ambition to be swept from under her as the homeowner’s association declared it a ‘men only’ league. Friday, Evans appealed to the HOA and their controversial decision to exclude her from play on Friday.
They paid a contractor $26,000 to install an elevator in their home in order to help transport their disabled son. The contractor took the money and abandoned the job. Now the community is stepping in to help.
The city of Atlanta announced in Nov. 2020 they would use $18 million from Cares Act funding and $5 million from the private sector to house the homeless. But that was paused before Mama G. could get off the street.
In an ongoing investigation by CBS46′s Better Call Harry, we uncovered a common problem that many don’t even know existed when buying a used car. It's called rolled back odometers. Here's what you need to know.