Multiple tornados have struck metro Atlanta since March. They've destroyed homes and changed lives.
A CBS Atlanta News investigation found questionable oversight of court-appointed advocates sworn to protect children.
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.
Insured or not, you could pay the price the next time you check into a hospital. Opening your bill after receiving treatment can be a tough pill to swallow. More>>
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior's, March on Washington and his "I have a dream" speech. More>>
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CBS Atlanta News sent "Pothole Harry" Samler on a mission to find out what chronic road rage impacts our health. More>>
Social media is increasingly becoming the primary way many of us communicate. More>>
Several metro Atlanta women said they were scammed by a local limousine company that advertised a day trip to the North Georgia wineries. More>>
Grantville in Coweta County may be best known as the town where zombies roam the streets in AMC's hit series The Walking Dead, but the small city of more than 3,000 has plenty of real life drama. More>>
This weekend, students from Wilcox County, located three hours south of Atlanta, made national headlines by holding their first-ever integrated prom. More>>
Andrea Sneiderman, 36, accused of conspiring in her husband's murder, was released from jail just after 12 p.m. on Thursday. More>>
Concussions are a part of any contact sport, but none more than in football. On-field concussions have side-lined the careers of players like hall of famers Steve Young and Troy Aikman.
A CBS Atlanta News investigation revealed some Georgia judges fail to disclose relationships they have with attorneys in open court. It raises questions about how fairly the judges dispense justice. More>>
Taxpayers in Atlanta could be responsible to pay a hefty fine if the city agrees to pay a claim of more than $140,000 for a botched police raid. More>>
CBS Atlanta's Jennifer Mayerle uncovered a five-minute search on the Internet could have saved the Atlanta Fire Rescue Department from buying more than 18,000 counterfeit smoke detectors. More>>
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