200,000 Tires Dumped Illegally In One Neighborhood Over 6-8 Weeks

Unidentified individuals illegally dumped 200,000 tires near a residential area of the city of South Fulton, Georgia over a 6-8 week period. And now cops are hunting down two men ... Continue Reading →

“4th Floor Becky”: White Woman Calls Cops On Black Man For Entering His Own Building, Ends Up Fired

You knew another incident would go viral soon: this time it went down in St. Louis, Missouri, near the home of the 2014 police killing of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown, which led ... Continue Reading →

Mexico Beach Resident: “There’s Nothing There Anymore”

Hours after hurricane Michael rampaged through Florida and Georgia, the clean-up has begun: but for residents of Mexico Beach, Florida, in Bay county, the clean-up is more or less ... Continue Reading →

Nearly 100 cars Broken Into In ONE Night At ONE Mall

Nearly 100 cars were broken into in one night this past Friday at the sprawling Mall At Stonecrest, which is about 15 miles east of downtown Atlanta in Stonecrest, Georgia, leaving ... Continue Reading →

Gainesville Man Accused of Threatening GF With Knife, Beating Her–Because She ‘Let Him’ Run Out Of Cigarettes

Clayton Tate Neal, 43, is dead serious about his cigarettes. Which is why he’s now sitting up in the Alachua County Jail, charged with allegedly assaulting his girlfriend because ... Continue Reading →

Tyler Perry Contributes $100K To Andrew Gillum Campaign

Once again, Tyler Perry is putting his money where his mouth is. According to FloridaPolitics.com, the playwright-turned movie mogul-turned TV producer recently cut a check for $100,000 ... Continue Reading →

Andrew Gillum And Chris King To Kick Off Campaign In Orlando

Yesterday, Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum stunned a lot of political watchers when he declined to choose former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham as his running mate and ... Continue Reading →

History Made: Andrew Gillum Wins Democratic Primary; Could Become Florida’s First African-American Governor

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum won Tuesday’s Democratic primary in Florida in a stunning come-from-behind victory. For months, polls showed Gillum at or near the single digits. ... Continue Reading →

Florida Democrats Brace For Close Finish In Governor’s Primary

With 6 days to go until Florida voters choose a Democratic nominee for governor, polls are showing a close race with former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham and former Miami Beach Mayor Phillip ... Continue Reading →

Uncle Luke Records Radio Ad For Phillip Levine Gubernatorial Campaign

Uncle Luke is once again stepping into the political realm, this time dropping a radio ad for Democrat Phillip Levine, who is running for Florida governor. “You want to stop guns ... Continue Reading →

Gainesville Man Leads Cops On A Low Speed Chase In A John Deere Buggy

A 28 year old Gainesville man was charged with fleeing and grand theft after police say he led them on a low speed chase. His getaway ride? A John Deere utility buggy, according to ... Continue Reading →

3 Killed, 7 Wounded At New Orleans Lounge and Restaurant: Intended Victim Ran Into Crowd Seeking Safety, But Multiple People Ended Up Shot

Three people were killed and seven people were wounded outside two popular New Orleans destinations, the Jazz Daiquiri Lounge and the Chicken & Watermelon restaurant. According ... Continue Reading →

Family Wants Cops Suspended For Pinning 9 Year Old Boy To The Ground

A family in Athens, Georgia is demanding two police officers face disciplinary action after they are seen grabbing a 9 year old boy and pinning him to the ground while the boy’s ... Continue Reading →

Keith Sweat, Faith Evans, Jon B, and Lalah Hathaway Coming To Jacksonville July 27

Promo: “Smooth and Groove presents the Sweat Hotel Block Party Featuring Keith Sweat, Faith Evans, Jon B and Lalah Hathaway”. The show takes place July 27, at 8:00 PM, ... Continue Reading →

Atlanta Mayor, Municipal Judge Who Skipped Court For Super Bowl Event, Face Criticism Over Taxpayer-Funded Limousine Rides, Lavish Party Expenditures

Atlanta residents are questioning how the city can’t afford to re-pave more roads, improve blight, or address a skyrocketing homeless rate and yet the Mayor can spend $12,000 ... Continue Reading →