Actor James Gandolfini, who famously played Tony Soprano, has died in Italy of an apparent heart attack.
The House has voted to cut food stamps by $2 billion a year. More>>
The 12-year-old girl and her parents told CBS Atlanta News that the rules have changed when it comes to her for the upcoming football season.
Dekalb County CEO Burrell Ellis's indictment comes as no surprise for one county business owner. More>>
Celebrity cook Paula Deen says she has used racial slurs in the past but insists she and her brother, who are accused of racial and sexual discrimination in a lawsuit by a former manager of their restaurant, don't tolerate hateful behavior. More>>
Some people who live in a senior living center in Atlanta said they are concerned about their safety and the management of the property won't do anything about it.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating a suspected synthetic drug lab along Rockbridge Road in DeKalb County. More>>
A Woodstock police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after a police dog was left in his car and died. More>>
An Atlanta police officer was involved in a shooting near Lenox Mall. More>>
A group of mayors and city council members from around DeKalb County met with embattled CEO Burrell Ellis the day after a grand jury indicted him on extortion charges. More>>
A retired Army sergeant accused of lying about his receipt of a Purple Heart award claims to have paperwork to validate his receipt of that award, according to one of his lawyers. More>>
Authorities released a suspect sketch in connection to a rape that happened outside of a home in Rex near Dale Road and Oakleigh Trail. More>>
Police in Suwanee are warning people who live there about a phone scam. Authorities say thieves are calling residents claiming to be a police officer and demanding money for a ticket or warrant. More>>
A former assistant controller for the Grady Memorial Hospital Corporation was indicted on Tuesday. More>>
With his head hanging down, suspected kidnapper Ariel Castro went before a judge on Wednesday morning.
Castro refused to make eye contact with anyone, but did answer the judge when questioned. He provided a simple answer of 'yes' when asked normal questions about the proceedings. More>>
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners approved $4.7M for retrofit of locking control systems for the Fulton County Jail. More>>
After three years a video, called "Julius Escaping" has gone viral. More>>
The suspect behind a near fatal hit-and-run in Athens has been indicted. More>>
Paper or plastic? Pretty soon, residents in Los Angeles won't have that choice anymore. More>>
Tropical Storm Barry has developed in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico with 40 mph winds. A tropical system is named once winds reach 39 mph. More>>
TV and radio host Glenn Beck, Sen. Rand Paul, R-KY; and Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-MN, were among the speakers calling to "audit the IRS." More>>
This Saturday is Kitten Day at Northlake PetSmart, Mall of Georgia PetSmart and Holcomb Bridge Petco. More>>
An Ohio woman who operated a daycare out of her home is accused of drugging the children in her care to make them sleep.
Gwinnett County authorities responded to an incident where a child crashed a truck into a home along Brocklin Drive. More>>
More people move in June than in any other month. Consumer Reports says be wary. The Better Business Bureau got more than 8,000 moving-company complaints last year. But there are ways to avoid getting ripped off.
Despite all the talk about Apple's iPhones, more than 50 percent of the smart-phone market opts for an Android phone.
The trailer for Anchorman: The Legend Continues has been released. More>>
Police in Alpharetta seized 188 pounds of marijuana along Waters Run Drive after a resident complaint. More>>
Nearly 25 years later, we've all finally caught up and caught on to Prancercise, including John Mayer, whose new video, Paper Dolls, pays homage to the fitness craze more than two decades in the making. More>>
Henry County police are searching for a man they say robbed a gas station early Monday morning. More>>
The CBS show Big Brother is back on June 26 at 8-9 p.m. ET/PT with host Julie Chen. More>>
The American Medical Association now classifies obesity as a disease. More>>
Will the criminal case against 35 Atlanta educators indicted in the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test cheating scandal move forward? More>>
Construction begins Wednesday on a giant Ferris wheel, to be built in downtown Atlanta. More>>
Jolie said she had the surgery after discovering she had the BRCA gene mutation.
In an interview with a Washington, DC, based LGBT newspaper, the Washington Blade, Etheridge revealed she had the same mutation. More>>
TWA Flight 800 exploded in mid-air near New York's Long Island in July 1996. More>>
State education officials have announced they've developed courses for a new education model geared toward helping students find potential career paths. More>>
The front that has brought us several days of heavy rain has finally pushed south of us. More>>
The results of the latest national health survey by the government show the percentage of smokers in the United States dropped to 18 percent in 2012. More>>
After initially defying federal regulators, Chrysler abruptly agreed Tuesday to recall some older-model Jeeps with fuel tanks that could rupture and cause fires in rear-end collisions. More>>
A man slammed his work van into the side of Davita Dialysis Center on MLK Jr. Drive, leaving a gaping hole in the building. More>>
A former Atlanta police officer has been sentenced to two years in federal prison after prosecutors say he conspired to accept bribes and lied to FBI agents. More>>
DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis has bonded out of jail, just hours after being indicted on 15 charges including attempted extortion, making false statements and theft by taking. More>>
Is a scooter gang targeting other newer scooters in southeast Atlanta? That is the question Sinan Sinharoy is asking after his SYM model DD50 scooter was stolen from his gated parking lot and replaced with an older scooter. More>>
Atlanta police arrested three people connected to a truck theft along McDonough Boulevard. More>>
Police are trying to gather details about a home invasion in Lithonia along Farrington Road. More>>
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority Board approved the conceptual design of the new Atlanta Falcons stadium Tuesday. More>>
Power crews and tree removal teams had a busy day on Tuesday.
A Kennesaw State University student is behind bars after police said he met a 13-year-old girl on an online dating site, then lived with her for more than a month. More>>
The Georgia Bar has refused to explain why it honored a controversial Fulton County judge with a prestigious award at a conference last month.
A hairy topic is trending on China's microblogging service Sina Weibo and on other websites. More>>
The Johns Creek City Council voted unanimously to hire an attorney to investigate Mayor Mike Bodker. More>>
Starbucks has a new way to wake up its customers: showing the calories in its drinks. The Seattle-based coffee chain says it will start posting calorie counts on menu boards nationwide next week. More>>
Steve Gleason released a statement on Tuesday regarding the DJ skit that aired in Atlanta. More>>
The Atlanta Falcons released tight end Anthony Miller Tuesday and signed with Colin Cloherty.
Atlanta police busted a fraud scheme to purchase high end electronics through the creation of fake businesses. More>>
A boat fire on Lake Lanier Sunday has been ruled accidental. More>>
Kermie, an 11-year-old beagle-lab-chow mix, was diagnosed with oral melanoma just a month after her owner, Eric, was deployed overseas. More>>
Rapper Lil Wayne is creating controversy over his new music video titled God Bless Amerika. More>>
Men's Wearhouse executive chairman George Zimmer has been terminated, the clothing retailer said on Wednesday.More >