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The City of Atlanta Office of Constituent Services and Department of Parks and Recreation has decided, in light of current bitterly cold temperatures, that the Old Adamsville Recreation Center will open tonight, December 9, at 5:30 p.m. as an emergency shelter for those in need. Capacity limitations at Old Adamsville allows for 100 individuals (men, […]

As we approach the end of the holiday season, dead zones become a popular topic. If you want to travel at the start of the New Year or need help planning your next year holiday trip here are some helpful times of the year to plan accordingly: First two weeks of December (after Thanksgiving and […]

Why did a woman in Tennessee try to make barbecue brisket in her bathtub? she put the wood burning grill in the tub and put the meat on a wire rack but the tub was made of fiberglass and melted. For more information on the Funk Dats, click on each link below Man Dies After […]

Why did a 23 year old Canadian woman follow the GPS to the letter?  The unit led her down a boat ramp and into the Ontario Bay of Lake Huron… it was a dark foggy night and the water was 4 degrees Celsius.  She had to swim out! For more information on the Funk Dats, […]

Texas State Senator Rodney Ellis spoke with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the conditions on the ground and the latest developments in the deadly historic Houston flooding.

The seventh fire in 10 days to break out at a southern Black church may have been caused by lightning, the FBI announced Wednesday. Officials from…

With metro Atlanta seeing its coldest temperatures in decades, lots of school systems have decided to close on Tuesday (January 6). For a complete list of closings, CLICK HERE. 

At least 272 people in South, including 14 in Georgia, were killed when deadly storms that included tornadoes swept through several Southern states. Alabama was hit the hardest. People interested in helping can send contributions to: American Red Cross, P.O. Box 37243, Washington, D.C. 20013. You can also contribute by going to www.redcross.org, or call […]

The Winter is making a big statement all across the U.S. this holiday season.  Heavy winds, cold flurries and a lot of snow have ushered  into many cities and made a grand entrance.  Bundling up and keeping warm is the best way to survive this season.  Who likes to be cold anyway?

Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Well it’s looking like Atlanta may be getting one! A strong storm system churning its way through the desert Southwest early Thursday will bring metro Atlanta a good chance for a white Christmas, with accumulating snow possible as far south as the Columbus and Macon areas, forecasters said. […]

As with earlier in the week, this is a list from the Georgia DOT and county officials, of notable road closures and openings related to the storms and flood waters. GDOT: Cobb County – SR 3 at Butler Creek and SR 360 Douglas County – US 278/SR 6/C.H. James Pkwy. at Sweetwater Creek (just south […]