State of Emergency For The Entire State of Georgia Emergency officials across the state of Georgia are urging people to stay inside as Hurricane Irma moves through our state.  All major school systems are closed today and tomorrow and by Mayor Kasim Reed order all government offices are closed today also MARTA and the street […]

Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes ever Florida residents are getting ready for Hurricane Irma packing catastrophic winds of 185 mph, ten deaths have occurred in the Caribbean.  Based on the latest weather model Hurricane Irma will hit southern Florida sometime Saturday night.  As for Georgia the storm could hit Savannah […]

Hurricane Irma Is Now A Category 5 Strength South Florida and Puerto Rico is on high alert as Hurricane Irma gains strength in the Atlantic Ocean and moves closer to land.  Hurricane Irma is now a category 5 with wind speeds strength up to 175 mph   Trump has decided to end DACA Hundreds of […]

The Civic Center headed for redevelopment The civic center is headed for redevelopment it’s part of a $31 million deal between the City of Atlanta and the Atlanta Housing Authority. The housing agency is buying the property from the city with plans to rebuild it as a dense mix used development.   Hurricane Harvey impacts […]

Cobb County officer make racial comments during traffic stop A veteran white Cobb County police officer is on administrative leave in the wake of an investigation prompted by dash cam video and racist comment made during a traffic stop.  The video shows Lieutenant Greg Abbot tried to calm a white women who was nervous about […]

Tropical Storm Harvey Drives Local Gas Prices Up Atlantans are feeling the effects of Tropical Storm Harvey as gas prices surge.  Gas prices in the metro Atlanta area have risen about 15 cent per gallon on average this past week alone.  9 cents of that increase has occurred within the last five days.   Tropical […]

School bus driver charged with D.U.I. A former Walton County school bus driver charged with D.U.I. while driving a bus load of children admitted to school officials and investigators that she consumed alcohol the night before her early morning shift on August 21.  Catherine Etheridge, 49 was stopped at Loganville Middle School after a concerned […]

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. statue to be unveiled today at state capitol It’s been more than three years in the making but a statue paying tribute to Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be unveiled on the State Capitol Grounds today.  Governor Nathan Deal, Mayor Kasim Reed, and members of the […]

Local pastors unite to promote racial harmony Dr. Bernice King announced The Better Together initiative yesterday (August 24, 2017) to denounce racism and white supremacy. “Our nation needs leadership, it needs a moral voice”- Dr. Bernice King Dr. Bernice King and a group of local pastors from around the state will work to make the […]

Candidates for Atlanta mayor enter the race  Four people have paid the $5,500 to qualify to run to be the next Mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Ceasar Mitchell, Kwanza Hall and Mary Norwood qualified yesterday and as many as 19 can qualify by the deadline on Friday August 25, 2017.     Colin Kaepernick […]

Liberal activist threaten to boycott the NFL until Colin Kaepernick gets signed Tomorrow protest are planned around the country to support Colin Kaepernick.  He has not been signed to an NFL team since taking a knee and protest against police brutality and racism.  Activists will rally tomorrow in Atlanta in front of the College Football […]

Georgia NAACP chapter wants confederate monuments removed The debate over taking down Confederate memorials is heating up.  The violent demonstration in Charlottesville, VA is leading Georgia’s NAACP to ask Governor Deal to pull all symbols of the confederacy from state property in Georgia, starting with the Confederate monument in downtown Decatur and ending in Stone […]