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Day 100: Mayor Bottoms Mass Resignation "Reboot"

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms calls it a "reboot". She says that she will take time to determine which of her Cabinet members will stay and which will go. After 100 days in office, Atlanta's 60th mayor is fulfilling a promise of more transparency in city government. On Monday she called for...
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MLK50: King Called "Greatest Man of the 20th Century"

The door opens, and standing before me is the epitomy of the definition of 'debonair'. And his home is just as pristine. Rev. Dr. C.T. Vivian's Atlanta residence is wall to wall, and floor to ceiling, with art works, books, and awards that he has collected over his 93 years. Today, he is most proud...
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Ceremony for the 50th Anniversary of Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

PHOTOS: Ceremony At King Center for 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. King

CHECK OUT THE FULL GALLERY OF IMAGES HERE On a chilly, windy Atlanta morning, the crowds began filtering into The King Center around lunchtime. They came from just down the block on Auburn Ave, and they came from Kansas, Minnesota, and Chicago. The media set up in an area filled with what seemed...
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RECAP: Huncho Day on the Nawf

Huncho Day on the Nawf, a celebrity flag football game that took place Easter Sunday at Berkmar High School – the alma mater of Quavo of the Migos. The event was a kick off to Quavo’s 27th birthday who wanted to give back to those within his community in the “Nawf” which is better known as Norcross...
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MLK Children Remember 50 Years Later

Five years old when her father was assassinated on April 4, 1968, Rev. Dr. Bernice King says she has very few memories of him. But, there is a game she vividly recalls. It was 'the kissing game'. "When he would come home, I would run up into his arms and he would just say 'we're going to play the...
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Those against splitting the City of Stockbridge into 2 cities rallied outside the State Capitol ahead of the House vote Tuesday.

GA House Approves Eagles Landing Cityhood Despite Protests

Georgia lawmakers have approved legislation that could result in a split of the City of Stockbridge. That's despite supporters, of keeping the city united, coming by the busloads to the Georgia Capitol in downtown Atlanta Tuesday. By a vote of 102-67, members of the Georgia House of Representatives...
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State Funeral Held For Zell Miller

The last of three public memorials for former Georgia Governor and U.S. Senator Zell Miller was held this morning in the Rotunda of the Georgia Capitol in downtown Atlanta. Miller was known as the father of the Hope Scholarship. Tuesday, 3 former U.S. Presidents, Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush, and...
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2018 McDonald's All American Games

The future is upon us in the form of the McDonald's All-American Game where a new batch of potential upcoming standouts will step onto the court in Atlanta, GA for the annual showcase that presents the best high school players in the country. The 2018 McDonald’s All-American Game tips off from...
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Activists Say March For Our Lives Was 70,000 Strong At Least

Organizers of Saturday's March For Our Lives ATL, say there were as-many-as 70,000 participants, though the Atlanta Police Department estimates there were 30,000. Gerald Griggs with the Atlanta NAACP says "it was bigger than the Women's March", which drew 65,000 in Atlanta in January 2017. And, he...
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DeKalb 7th Grader Missing

It's been 2 days since Shanita Byrd saw her 12 year old son Anthony Randolph III. The Redan Middle School 7th grader vanished Wednesday. Witnesses say he walked away from a school bus at Martins Crossing Road and Colfax Court in Stone Mountain. When last seen, Randolph was wearing blue jeans, a...
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