Atlanta traffic is so bad because you moved here. I’ve lived in Atlanta my entire life (aside from my brief stint living in New Orleans for college), and growing up in the 80’s in my fair city was never a task. Back then, every day in Atlanta was amazingly steady yet relaxingly slow-paced, and much […]

Many counties in Georgia, including Fulton, Dekalb, and Clayton are under a Tornado Watch until 8:00 tonight. Now, there are severe thunderstorms across Georgia. According to Fox 5 news, thunderstorms are very likely to form into tornadoes. It is advised to find shelter and stay off the roads. Numerous Public schools are closed this Wednesday including: Muscogee […]

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and state Senator Vincent Fort stopped by our stations today and engaged in a heated debate over the T-Splost transportation referendum. The debate was moderated by Radio One Atlanta’s news/community affairs director, Denise Dunbar, and Majic 107.5 / 97.5’s Carol Blackmon. Metro Atlantans will decide whether or not to pass the referendum […]

Metro Atlanta went to the polls last night and voted overwhelmingly to end the state’s age-old ban on Sunday alcohol sales. Early poll results showed voters in most of the 51 metro Atlanta jurisdictions gave a resounding yes to seven days of package sales in referendums. Only two other states have outright bans on Sunday […]

For anyone who didn’t know, “Georgia’s quality of life and economic productivity are being reduced by choke points” — and the worst ones in Georgia are all in metro Atlanta. That’s according to TRIP, The Road Information Program, an organization that’s come out with a new list of bottlenecks.

Click here for a list of school closings and delays for Wednesday.