National HIV Testing Day Today is National HIV Testing Day.  African Americans continue to be effected by HIV.  Blacks account for 50 % of new cases.  Free HIV Testing is going on at the Mall at the West End today from 11 am -8 pm, and Walgreen’s has free testing at more than 230 locations […]

Gas prices are falling   AAA says we are seeing the cheapest gas prices for the start of a summer in 12 years.  In the metro area the average prices for a gallon of gasoline is $ 2.16.  Low prices are one reason AAA says about 3% more people will travel mostly by car 4th […]

  Matt Kemp hosts baseball clinic It’s an exciting day for 150 kids who will join Atlanta Braves left fielder Matt Kemp as he hosts a baseball clinic at the Boys & Girls Club in Decatur to kick off the Junior Braves RBI Youth Baseball League.  The league is designed to increase baseball participation for […]

  Mercedes-Benz stadium is hiring The construction of the Mercedes-Benz stadium is coming along quite nicely.  Officials are looking for workers to run the stadium.  According to Lisa Chang with the Blank Family businesses the stadium needs about 4,000 people to operate smoothly.  To apply log on to       Hurricane season begins today […]

    Officer pleads guilty in the case of Walter Scott In South Carolina the former police officer who shot and killed Walter Scott plead guilty to using excessive force.  A video shows former officer Michael Slager shooting Scott in the back as he ran away from a traffic stop.  Scott’s brother Anthony and mother Judy […]

Protest and rallies around the US have been held but have given little to no peace for those the travel ban will have direct impact on. By now you have heard Trump’s administrations plans as at it has been the topic of discussion everyday since he made the announcement. But have you thought about how […]

Separating your business and personal life can be a hassle at times especially when employers keep a watchful eye on your social media accounts. Well this could all be a thing of the past very soon in Georgia. Georgia lawmakers are looking into a bill that could protect social media accounts from employer access. Representative […]

Imagine your child going off to college toting a gun… well this could soon be a reality for Georgia students. What’s been a debate for some time and even vetoed by the governor last year is back on the table being consider yet again. Bill writer representative Mandi L Ballinger says it’s for safety and students […]

  President Donald J. Trump’s new executive order on immigration President Donald J. Trump promises to announce a new executive order on immigration next week.  The other day in Atlanta hundreds rallied to speak out against the recent (I.C.E.) raids during the day without immigrants protest.     Black people are being pushed out of […]

Decatur fathers are filling the cafeteria at Flat Shoals Elementary once a month for All Pro Dad Breakfast. All Pro Dad Breakfast is a national organization encouraging fathers to connect with their kids and so far the research proves children are thriving with the support of their fathers presence. “Having them in the building makes […]

  Robbery while pumping gas in Atlanta has continued to grow and now moving into the neighborhoods. For weeks now these robberies have mainly been a south Fulton gas station issue but cops are seeing more slider crimes in the community while residents are coming out of their homes. Slider crimes get the name from […]

Many of us have received credit or debit cards with additional security such as the the chip, but unfortunately it hasn’t helped much. Id theft has risen by 16% in the last year. When you go to check out while shopping at different retailers you may notice some stores have not switched over to the […]