On a day where almost everything went wrong, Atibi Thomas and Keith Roach were lucky about one thing when they met nearly two years ago: Roach wore his bullet-proof vest.
An investigation of two Atlanta Housing Authority commissioners has determined that they made hostile and offensive comments to agency employees late last year, according to an 18-page report that a local law firm representing the agency has sent to Ma…
Atlanta’s City Council voted on Feb. 6 to approve $19,600 in claims against the city for automobile accidents and injuries from broken sidewalks and uncovered water meter boxes.
Brandon White said he wasn’t going to call police Saturday after he was attacked and beaten amid a hail of anti-gay slurs outside a southwest Atlanta neighborhood store.
A 22-year-old Stone Mountain woman was formally charged Tuesday in the crash that killed an Atlanta police officer last month, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office announced.
Because of a loophole in a state law — and by personally collecting fees for billing taxes in three cities — Fulton County Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand has become the state’s highest-paid elected official.Taking in $347,000 last year, Ferdinand’…
An Atlanta woman was arrested Saturday after police said she abandoned her 3-year-old daughter at a bus stop on Bouldercrest Drive.
Fulton County Superior Court Judge Craig Schwall on Friday ordered the Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless to hand over control of its controversial Midtown shelter to the United Way this month.
Thieves with a taste for alcoholic beverages have targeted trucks making deliveries in east Atlanta in recent weeks, according to police.
A new Atlanta streetcar running from Centennial Olympic Park to the King Center will bring jobs, tourism and new businesses to Atlanta’s civil rights corridor, Atlanta and federal officials said Wednesday at an event to kick off the start of construction.