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Car Flips After 130 MPH Chase With Police

A car reaches speeds of at least 130 mph in a chase with police in Atlanta. It started Tuesday afternoon, when the driver of the allegedly stolen 2010 white Hyundai Veracruz, refused to stop near Lee Street and White Street. The vehicle eventually crashed through a metal fence on Capitol Avenue and...
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New Hands Free Law Begins July 1

If you talk on the phone while driving, beginning July 1, it'll be a no-no in Georgia. That's when the state's new Hands Free law takes effect. There are plenty of rules you have to follow with this new law. Click here to find out what you should know.
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Summer Meal Program Underway

School is out and our children still need to eat and be healthy. Starting today, recreation centers and some churches are participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Click here for summer feeding locations in your area.
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Woman Loses Arm In Wreck With Atlanta Police

The community will come together on Thursday, June 7, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., to help a woman who lost an arm in an accident with an Atlanta Police cruiser. Lisa Williams says she was driving in the West End on February 21, when the APD vehicle ran a red light and T-boned her car. The fundraiser...
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Keeping Elderly Active: Fulco Senior Summits Being Held

There are an estimated 147,000 seniors living in Fulton County. Summits being held Thursday, May 31, are titled "Engage at Every Age", and are for seniors living in the county. They will be held simultaneously at four multipurpose facilities from 9:30a.m.-2:00 p.m. The topics of discussion will...
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GA Senate Candidate: It's Not Over Until It's Over

The majority of candidates in Tuesday's Primary Election know their outcome, but for Georgia Senate candidate Sabrina McKenzie, she says it's not over. According to McKenzie, there are 115 votes, that stand between she and fellow democrat Steve Henson. He hasn't had an opponent in 8 years, or a...
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Abrams First Black Woman Major U.S. Gubernatorial Nominee

When Stacey Abrams was elected Minority Leader of the Georgia House of Representatives in 2010, she was the first woman to lead a party in the history of Georgia. She was also the first African American leader in the state house. Abrams has made history yet again. She is now the first black woman...
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Stacy Abrams in Studio

Stacy Abrams, Georgia Democratic Primary Winner Makes History!

Stacy Abrams joins the crew to talk about current subjects and issues that she plans to address as she focuses in on this year's Georgia Governor Campaign! Tune in to Watchv103.com Monday-Friday from 6am-10am to catch Frank Ski & Wanda LIVE. Video of Stacy Abrams, Georgia Democratic Primary...
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Larry Tinsley Honored By Atlanta City Council

Atlanta radio legend Larry Tinsely is a man with many wonderful and interesting stories. For instance, how he was discovered in 1968 by radio legend Doug Steele, in an elevator. And there's the one about how "Godfather of Soul" himself, James Brown, had to wait two years before he could hire...
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Indicted Cop Seeks Immunity In Anthony Hill Shooting Death

Activist Keisha Braswell says they want to send a clear message that "We're tired of this happening in our community." They will pack the courtroom this morning during the immunity hearing of former DeKalb County police officer Robert Olson. Olson was indicted for the 2015 shooting death of Anthony...
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