Husband Of Florida Woman Who Spoke of Turning Her Life Around On Facebook Charged With Her Murder

Makeva Evans went from being homeless with her husband and children to earning more than $200,000 a year after starting her own business, which specialized in helping small businesses ... Continue Reading →

Residents Of Recently Formed Georgia City Diss City’s Unpopular New Name

More than 200 residents of the city formerly known as South Fulton turned out in angry droves at a City Council meeting tonight to express their disgust with the Council’s decision ... Continue Reading →

Keisha Lance-Bottoms Lead GROWS In Atlanta Mayoral Runoff, But Norwood Is Still Talking About A “Recount”

Defeated Atlanta mayoral candidate Mary Norwood is not going away quietly into the night. The accused Republican and Trump supporter lost the race to be Atlanta’s next mayor ... Continue Reading →

Will Ex-Felons Finally Get The Right To Vote In Florida?

Florida has the most restrictive laws regarding felony convictions and voting rights in the country: any felony conviction in the state carries with it the penalty of losing the right ... Continue Reading →

Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown Sentenced To 5 YEARS IN PRISON, Must Report To Prison Week After New Year

Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown has been sentenced to 5 years in federal prison by a Jacksonville federal judge. Its a shocking sentence that caps off a significant and stunning fall ... Continue Reading →

ATL Mayoral Race In Dead Heat As Race Gets Ugly In Final Stretch

The race to become Atlanta’s next mayor is a dead heat between two female city leaders, according to a FOX 5 News poll which shows Keisha Lance Bottoms with a minor edge at ... Continue Reading →

Murdered Postal Worker Was 22 Year Old, Recent Mother Who Had Been Stalked By Estranged Boyfriend

The post office worker who was viciously gunned down by an unidentified assailant was a 22-year-old, recent mother who had allegedly been stalked by her estranged boyfriend, according ... Continue Reading →

Postal Worker Killed At Work: Young Woman Had Worked There Only A Month

Federal authorities are investigating the shocking shooting death of a young woman who worked at an Atlanta-area post office. The woman, who was shot last Tuesday, but died Sunday ... Continue Reading →

Political SHOCKER: Former Atlanta Mayor Endorses Mary Norwood’s Bid To Be Next ATL Mayor

Former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin–the city’s first female and first African American female mayor–endorsed Mary Norwood’s bid to become the majority-Black ... Continue Reading →

2 Chainz Turns Pink Trap House Into “Trap Wonderland” For The Holidays

Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz has Baby Jesus, Santa, and all the reindeer all up in the Trap House. The celebrated structure that became an unofficial Atlanta landmark has now been recalibrated ... Continue Reading →

Grandma Falls Out On Camera, Saved By Facebook Live Viewers

An Atlanta grandmother suffered a terrifying health scare while streaming a prayer service on Facebook Live, passing out in front of shocked viewers who were able to get her some help ... Continue Reading →

College Student Rapes Woman, Then Sends Her A Text To Apologize: Report

A police report taken from a 20 year old Alpharetta, Georgia woman alleges that Benjamin David Wainscott, also of Alpharetta, took her out to dinner, then invited her back to his ... Continue Reading →

Update On Cousin Stizz Concert Shooting: Two Homicide Victims Were Aspiring Rappers, Hype Men

The two men who were shot and killed overnight at the Masquerade nightclub at Atlanta’s Underground have been identified as hype men for Cousin Fizz, and were also up-and-coming ... Continue Reading →

Still Missing, ATL Rapper Bambino Gold’s Disappearance Rehashes Details In Lil Phat Murder Case

Exactly one week after family members say Atlanta rapper Bambino Gold and his 30-year-old cousin left the city en route to Montgomery, Alabama, there is still no word on where the ... Continue Reading →

Former Congresswoman Corrine Brown Turns 71 And Gets Postponed Sentencing Date

It wasn’t VIP seats at a Beyonce concert, but former Congresswoman Corrine Brown received a birthday surprise from the judge in her federal fraud case on Sunday: he postponed ... Continue Reading →