Stacey Abrams, the Former House Minority Leader won Georgia Democratic primary Tuesday and continues her path towards trying to become the nation’s first black female governor. Abrams now waits for her Republican opponent to see who she will run against in the race to succeed Gov. Nathan Deal in November. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

Atlanta, GA is experiencing some road problems that’s causing some major traffic issues.  Last month, a portion of an I-85 bridge was destroyed by a massive fire.  Experts estimated the repairs to be in the millions and months to repair.  Then on Monday, we received news that a portion of I-20 westbound was shut down […]

The parents maintain that the child's name has nothing to do with religion.

A Grovetown father will not be charged in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old boy who snuck into his home in the middle of the night.


In the class, students explore how Black social movements have contributed to empowerment within the African-American community.


Doris Payne, 86, was caught trying to steal a bracelet worth $2,000 at the Von Maur department store in Perimeter Mall.

Voters overwhelmingly turned down a constitutional amendment for the special statewide school district. At issue were education funds and control.

Fourteen-year-old Reginald Lofton has been charged in the murder of a Gwinnett County, Georgia pizza delivery driver.


Racial cleansings have occurred in America at various instances throughout history. But in 1912, an incident in Forsyth County, Ga. is remembered as the largest case of Black expulsion ever recorded. Back in September of that year, two white women were attacked at separate intervals, allegedly by Black residents of the predominately white county. Ellen […]


Mayor Kasim Reed believes Georgia can turn from Red to Blue if Democrats allocate resources in the Peach State.

According to The Valdosta Daily Times, the presiding judge has not ruled on the award amount, but will resume the hearing on Monday at the Lowndes County Courthouse to set a specific quantity.

Four Georgia teens pursued summer jobs to stay out of trouble. They were pressured to join neighborhood gangs.