Fulton County prosecutor Linda Dunikoski told jurors Michael Parson, 40, lived a double life when he allegedly tried to kill his wife Adina Parson. More>>
Search and rescue teams in Oklahoma are involved in a massive effort to find survivors trapped under debris caused by a tornado that rocked the city of Moore on Monday. More>>
The date for the removal of the tolls on GA 400 has been set. More>>
The parents of a Florida A&M University drum major killed during an alleged hazing ritual urged the public Tuesday to pressure the university to keep the schools famed band sidelined. More>>
The Southern Baptist Disaster Relief organization, based in Alpharetta, began mobilizing Tuesday morning to help with recovery efforts in the tornado-affected areas of Oklahoma. More>>
Firefighters and police responded to a building that collapsed in Atlanta on Fair Street and Walker Street. More>>
A team of approximately 200 Atlanta Red Cross volunteers is on standby to respond to the massive tornado that ravaged Moore, OK, on Monday afternoon.
NFL team owners voted on Tuesday to approve $200M for NFL G-4 stadium financing for construction of a new multi-purpose stadium in Atlanta. More>>
An Atlanta girl, 8, remained in the hospital Tuesday morning after getting struck by a stray bullet while sleeping. Police believe the shooter is her neighbor. More>>
The Atlanta City Council voted to approve a request to construct a Ferris wheel that would soar 20 stories over downtown Atlanta. More>>
Jury selection is under way in the trial of a Sandy Springs man accused of trying to kill his wife. More>>
New details have emerged in the federal fraud charges against state Rep. Tyrone Brooks. More>>
Rising waters forced local authorities to move several horses to higher ground. The equestrian rescue happened around 4 p.m. Sunday off River Run Northeast in Sandy Springs. More>>
Johns Creek has reopened bridges closed early Sunday after wicked weather moved through the area. More>>
United States Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin delivered the commencement address Sunday to more than 500 graduates of Spelman College's class of 2013 and also received an honorary degree. More>>
President Barack Obama will deliver the commencement address during the 129th commencement exercises at Morehouse College on Sunday. More>>
The Special Olympics hosted its state Summer Games at Emory University. More>>
The AJC Peachtree Jr. 3K took place on Saturday in Piedmont Park. Three thousand children ages 7 to 12 were expected to participate in the 3K.
Two power substations each weighing 80,000 pounds were delivered to Atlanta to power the Atlanta Streetcar project on Saturday.
Despite weekend rain, organizers of Party in the Park promised the event would take place. More>>
A missing 2-year-old girl from Sandy Springs has been found safe in Arkansas.
The Atlanta Braves kicked off a weekend series against the L.A. Dodgers at Turner Field Friday night. For the ladies of Braves country, there was a little pregame fun. More>>
New details have emerged from the federal fraud charges against state Rep. Tyrone Brooks. More>>
Lottery fever is spreading in metro Atlanta as the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots continue to grow. More>>
A metro Atlanta woman said a snakebite cost her an arm and a leg - financially.
Pace Academy in Atlanta is breaking ground on its new Upper School. Officials at the private school say the 75,000-square-foot facility will replace the current Upper School. More>>
Pothole Patrol has the list of streets that the city of Atlanta has decided to resurface this year. While some of the streets clearly need the work, there are many others that are questionable. More>>
Karen Handel, the former Susan G. Komen for the Cure executive at the center of last year's public clash with Planned Parenthood, says she'll be running for an open U.S. Senate seat in Georgia. More>>
A woman is recovering in the hospital after a bullet grazed her arm during a robbery attempt. More>>
A specially appointed panel will have to decide whether indicted State Rep. Tyrone Brooks, a state lawmaker since 1981, remains in office. More>>
A federal grand jury has indicted Georgia state Rep. Tyrone Brooks Sr. on charges that he misappropriated almost $1 million in charitable funds. More>>
Atlanta police were investigating two separate shootings early Friday morning that they said could be connected. More>>
A private development company wants to relocate giant wheel in downtown Atlanta. More>>
Health officials say they found fecal bacteria in more than half of the water samples taken from Atlanta-area public swimming pools last summer. More>>
A minor from Fairburn was arrested after police said he shot a BB gun at a school bus on May 10. More>>
CBS Atlanta News is getting a better idea of just how massive the case is involving the Atlanta educators accused of cheating. More>>
Looking for a fun place to take the kids? Check out the interactive Body Carnival exhibit at the Children's Museum of Atlanta. More>>
Fulton County police Thursday morning were searching for three masked gunmen involved in an attempted robbery. More>>
Atlanta police are looking for the would-be robbers who opened fire on their victims as the victims tried to run away. More>>
A violinist who has performed in cities across the country said he spent five days behind bars after he was arrested in a MARTA train station. More>>
A grandmother is recovering at Grady Memorial Hospital after a gunman shot her in the face inside her own home. More>>
Atlanta police are investigating a shooting that happened in the 1000 block of McDaniel Street. More>>
Firefighters put out a blaze at Pirkle Inc. Recycling on Wells Street Wednesday afternoon. More>>
Fulton County police are searching for a missing woman. More>>
Powerball fever is expected to grow Wednesday as lottery players try their luck at winning the $360 million jackpot. More>>
Atlanta police said two men were shot while driving through the Pittsburg community in Southwest Atlanta, just after midnight Wednesday morning. More>>
The nephew of Fulton County Superior Court Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane said computers that are part of his late mother's estate will show "unscrupulous" behavior by his estranged aunt.
Actress Angelina Jolie announced she recently had a preventative double mastectomy after learning she had a gene that made it highly likely she would get breast cancer.
The State Election Board cleared Clayton County Chairman Jeff Turner of any wrongdoing on Tuesday."This case involves a complaint that Clayton County Chairman Jeff Turner, at the time he filed his candidacy More>>
Atlanta police homicide investigators are asking for help in identifying two persons of interest in the homicide of Jerrick Jackson. More>>
A proposal, introduced by councilwoman Yolanda Adrean, would update an existing city ordinance and restrict gun ranges from locating within 800 feet of number of sites, including residential neighborhoods, schools and houses of worship. More>>
The Tea Party said it will sue the internal revenue service following revelations the agency targeted conservative groups to see if they were violating their tax exempt status. More>>
Some World War II veterans, many of them in their 90s, are on their way from Georgia to Washington, D.C. for a special pre-Memorial Day visit. More>>
Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Erroll Davis presented a budget proposal to board members that he described as the least painful for the district. More>>
The Roswell Police Department is warning residents of a phone scam. More>>
Police are investigating near I-85 and Flat Shoals Road after a stolen car was spotted by an officer on Old Bill Cook Road. More>>
Firefighters in Alpharetta received an award from the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals after quickly saving ducklings that had fallen down a storm drain. More>>
The engineering department will conduct routine testing on the boilers at The Westin Peachtree Plaza downtown Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More>>
A man was arrested and charged after police said he called in a bomb threat to North Point Mall in Alpharetta on Friday. More>>
Members of a southeast Atlanta church got an unwelcome surprise Sunday morning when they discovered thieves had ripped copper wires and pipes out of the church and caused extensive damage. More>>
A southwest Atlanta homeowner will return home Monday to a house that's been heavily damaged by fire. More>>
Atlanta police said a 23-year-old man was shot in the face at the Savannah Midtown apartments early Monday morning. More>>
Atlanta Public Schools will allow a charter school to use one of their empty buildings. The district reached a deal Saturday with Wesley International Academy. More>>
The city of East Point's 50 Worst Properties Program Task Force has scheduled its next demolition of a home located at 1316 Walker Ave. for Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 8 a.m.
Atlanta police are investigating a report that an armed suspect robbed a woman as she jogged along the city's Beltline trail Tuesday morning. More>>
In light of TSA staffing shortages and long lines at the domestic security checkpoint, Department of Aviation officials at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport advise passengers to arrive 90 minutes to two hours prior to their scheduled departure time. More>>
The Wesley International School is set to move into the Cook Elementary School building this summer, Atlanta Public School facilities are allocated to charter schools for free, according to the school. More>>
Police have made arrests in connection to a bump-and-jack style carjacking. More>>
Parles vous Francais? If not, there's a group of Atlanta kids who can speak French and they want to put their skills to the test.
Atlanta Police Homicide Investigators released further details in Jerrick Jackson's shooting death. More>>
A Roswell businesswoman recently named Mrs. Georgia International will receive a special award Saturday at the Atlanta Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. More>>
Atlanta police say a motorist was killed when his vehicle overturned on the Moores Mill exit ramp from I-75 northbound. More>>
Attorneys for Atlanta City Councilwoman Cleta Winslow spoke with the media on Thursday in regards to her DUI charge. More>>
Atlanta has been named the "Most Redneck City" in the country by Movoto Blog. More>>
Atlanta police said they desperately want to talk to four men who were captured on surveillance video. More>>
CBS Atlanta News reported about a 12-foot deep hole left behind after a billboard was removed near Turner Field. More>>
Atlanta City Council Member Cleta Winslow was arrested on multiple charges, including DUI. More>>
East Point police have released a photo of a suspect they believe is responsible for a homicide that happened during an Easter Egg Hunt at a strip mall. More>>
Mourners are set to gather for the funeral of former Kris Kross rapper Chris Kelly in Atlanta. More>>
Atlanta police arrested one man following an early Thursday morning shooting at a nightclub. More>>
A southwest Atlanta man is frustrated after begging the Georgia Department of Transportation for a year to fill in a hole created after a billboard was torn down.
The man convicted of killing a Georgia National Guardsman a year ago has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior's, March on Washington and his "I have a dream" speech. More>>
Atlanta police announced Wednesday they uncovered a new trend in auto theft recycling.
The East Point Police Department is seeking the public's help to identify an armed robbery suspect. More>>
Atlanta police said a security guard shot a man early Wednesday morning. More>>
As new details emerged from the kidnappings of three young women in Cleveland, CBS Atlanta spoke with a criminal profiler who explained why anyone would torment and hold someone in captivity for so many years. More>>
The brother of an Atlanta megachurch pastor was shot and killed Tuesday morning. More>>
A woman accused of stealing money from a Girl Scout troop in Fulton County made her first appearance in front of a Fulton County judge Tuesday morning. More>>
State Schools Superintendent Dr. John Barge announced the Georgia College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) on Tuesday.
Police in North Carolina have arrested a man who they believe shot the mother of his child in Sandy Springs on March 24 and then fled in her car. More>>
Public schools in Georgia are preparing to receive number grades on their performance. More>>
Florida A&M University is naming a new director for its famed Marching 100 band. The band has been suspended since the hazing-related death of drum major Robert Champion in November 2011. More>>
The mother of a Girl Scout accused of stealing nearly $5,000 from her daughter's troop turned herself in to police on Monday. More>>
Atlanta police were searching for an armed man who robbed three pharmacy employees early Tuesday morning. More>>
North America's oldest pedigreed male African lion passed away Monday at Zoo Atlanta. More>>
The Supreme Court of Georgia has ruled that a former Fulton County Commission chairman is fit to be reinstated as an attorney in the state. More>>
Atlanta police are investigating after a CNN anchor reported that her iPhone was snatched from her hand as she strolled down a street in the city's midtown section. More>>
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed into law new limits on how much money lobbyists can spend while trying to influence public officials in Georgia. More>>
Less than 36 hours after cresting at eight feet, Big Creek in north Fulton County had dropped back below flood stage by early Monday morning. More>>
Georgia Power crews continued to scramble Monday morning to restring utility lines after a large tree fell, blocking a major intersection in midtown Atlanta. More>>
Social media is increasingly becoming the primary way many of us communicate. More>>