Category Archives: Community

Justice for Roxy the Boxer!

Justice for Roxy the Boxer!

  Katy Gammon, a 27 year old trainee solicitor from Bristol, UK has been found guilty of animal cruelty and sentenced to 4.5 months in ... Read More »

DeKalb schools off probation

A leading accreditation agency took the DeKalb County school system off probation Tuesday, a sanction that prompted Gov. Nathan Deal last year to suspend six school board members.

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution A leading accreditation agency took the DeKalb County school system off probation Tuesday, a sanction that prompted Gov. Nathan Deal last ... Read More »

Complaint Against Funeral Home in Kendrick Johnson Case

Image: CBS Atlanta

Source: Stephanie Slipher/ CBS News The parents of Kendrick Johnson, the Georgia teen found dead inside a rolled-up wrestling mat in his high school gym ... Read More »

Nelson Mandela, anti-apartheid icon and father of modern South Africa, dies

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By Faith Karimi, CNN  5:10 PM EST, Thu December 5, 2013 (CNN) — Nelson Mandela, the revered statesman who emerged from prison after 27 years ... Read More »

Veteran Atlanta Falcon donates computers, tablets

Jonathan Babineaux

Veteran Atlanta Falcon Jonathan Babineaux gave the gift of technology to teenagers in a Decatur group home Tuesday. Babineaux donated a computer lab to kids ... Read More »

McDonald’s to launch new Happy Meal books promotion

McDonald's to launch new book campaign

ATLANTA, GA (CBS ATLANTA) - McDonald’s will be launching a new Happy Meal books promotion. The promotion falls just in time for National Family Literacy ... Read More »

Hooters restaurant accused of racial discrimination

Farryn Johnson

BALTIMORE (WGCL/WWJZ) - A former employee claims Hooters fired her because she had highlights in her hair. The woman, who is African-American, said her white ... Read More »

Report: 400,000 Georgians may not have insurance despite Obamacare

A new Kaiser Family Foundation report says Georgia's decision not to expand Medicaid will mean 400,000 in the state will not have health insurance.

A new Kaiser Family Foundation report says Georgia’s decision not to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act – often called Obamacare – means that ... Read More »

State fair exits Macon after 160 yrs., moves to Atl. Motor Speedway

Georgia State Fair, Photo Courtesy of The Telegraph

                                After more than 160 years in Macon, the Georgia ... Read More »

Georgia Tech president awarded France’s Legion of Honor medal

Georgia Tech President Bud Peterson

Georgia Tech President Bud Peterson will be named a French knight on Oct. 23. Peterson will get France’s Legion of Honor in the rank of ... Read More »