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Civil Rights Legend Andrew Young Out Of Hospital

Former Ambassador and Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young is out of the hospital and resting. According to Sonjia Young, wife of the former mayor's brother, Dr. Walter Young, "He's doing much better. God is good. He's healing much better." The former ambassador fell ill last month during a visit to...
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Hundreds Rally For Justice After 2 Deaths At Rockdale County Jail

"When black lives are under attack, what do we do? Stand up fight back!" The chant, lead by Dawn O'Neal with Black Lives Matter Atlanta, was one of several that hundreds of protesters shouted as they gathered outside the Rockdale County jail in Conyers Saturday afternoon. They called for the ouster...
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Dancing Doc's Medical License Snatched

So-called "dancing doc" Windell Davis-Boutte likely isn't doing too much celebrating right now. The Georgia Medical Board has suspended Davis-Boutte's license, after she was seen in videos rapping, singing, and dancing, while performing procedures on patients. Davis-Boutte is a dermatologist, not a...
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Nightclubs File Lawsuits Claiming New Bar Hours Are Racist

Owners of nightclubs in the Atlanta suburb of Chamblee have filed lawsuits against the city for its new bar hours. A judge is scheduled to hear a request Wednesday from Mansion Elan for an emergency injunction. Follies reportedly has requested a similar hearing. This week, Chamblee banned sales of...
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New Birth Missionary Baptist Bishop Resigns

Sixteen months after he was named Interim Senior Pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church Lithonia, Bishop Stephen A. Davis, is stepping down. Bishop Davis, had served in the position since the death of Bishop Eddie Long in January 2017. Well-known Atlanta businessman Thomas W. Dortch Jr., the...
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Atlanta Faith Leaders Combat Mass Incarceration

Starting today, area houses of worship are partnering for a mass bailout. It's in commemoration of the Juneteenth Holiday. Spearheaded by Atlanta's Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, there will be a community rally for bail reform from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. tonight. Click here to read more on this story.
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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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