Two people were killed and two were wounded Thursday near Atlanta while attending a funeral for a murder victim, police said.
Six school buses bound for a metro Atlanta amusement park were involved in a multi-vehicle crash Saturday, sending 65 people to the hospital, including a seriously injured driver, Georgia authorities said.
The University of West Georgia graduate student infected with rare "flesh-eating" bacteria has proven to be "amazingly resilient," her father said Wednesday, and a second apparent case has been reported.
CNN's Becky Anderson talks to members of London's Syrian expat community who have very different views on the crisis.
Far from the mortar shells and sniper fire, Syrian-Americans are trying to cope with the humanitarian crisis plaguing their beloved country since the southern city of Daraa sparked an uprising against President Bashar al-Assad's police state in March 2011.
You've got questions, I've got answers. Here's everything you need to know to get ready for Selection Weekend.
The shooting deaths of five people at a suburban Atlanta spa Tuesday night was a murder-suicide triggered by a domestic dispute, police said Wednesday.
A 36-year-old Atlanta woman whose body was found last month most likely died from exposure to cold, officials said Tuesday.
Home prices posted a steep, month-over-month drop in November, falling 1.3%, according to the latest S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city report. Prices fell in 19 of the 20 cities the index covers.
A 36-year-old woman who was reported missing shortly after Christmas has been found dead in Atlanta, authorities said Wednesday.
HLN's Vinnie Politan speaks to the attorney for the man last reported to have seen Stacey English alive.
The U.S. Secret Service is looking into a controversial column by an Atlanta Jewish newspaper publisher that mulled the assassination of an American president.
Authorities expanded their search Friday for a 36-year-old Atlanta woman who was last heard from around Christmas and whose car was later found abandoned and running, according to police.
Home prices fell for the sixth straight month in October, down 1.2% compared with September and 3.4% a year ago, according to the latest S&P/Case-Shiller 20-city index.
Thirty years after AIDS was first recognized by the CDC, Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how far we've come to finding a cure.
Marianne Swanson closes her eyes, with smoky gray circles beneath her long lashes, as she counts the number of pills she takes every day for HIV: "One, two, three, four" in the morning, and three more at night.
Dr. Valerie Delpech of the UK Health Protection Agency discusses the challenges of tackling HIV/AIDS.
Her blue-green eyes are as clear as her name would suggest, but her wants and needs are muddy as she walks with aching joints on the streets of Atlanta, trying to resist the urge to get high.
Rareview goes inside the lives of those in America whose stories we don't always hear.
Engine problems forced the pilot of a Delta Air Lines aircraft to turn back Thursday night shortly after takeoff from Atlanta, the company said Friday.
What started as the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York in September has spread across major cities worldwide as a call to action against unequal distribution of wealth.
A lone woman draped in an American flag was taken into custody at Woodruff Park in downtown Atlanta.
Occupy protesters returned to the streets of Atlanta on Sunday night, a day after a police crackdown on a gathering organized by the movement resulted in the arrests of 19 people.
CNN's Don Lemon talks with CNN.com producer Jarrett Bellini about his time amongst the "Occupy Wall Street" protesters.
In the cradle of the civil rights movement, Occupy Atlanta protests have remained non-violent. George Howell reports.
Four elderly Georgia men are charged in alleged plot to attack government officials with bombs and the biotoxin, ricin.
Federal agents charged four Georgia men they say are part of a fringe militia group with plotting to attack government officials with explosives and the biotoxin ricin, prosecutors in Atlanta announced Tuesday.
The country crooner shared a duet with T.I. to his hit single "Live Your Life" on Sunday
Former NBA guard Javaris Crittenton waived his first appearance before a judge Friday as he faces murder charges in the death of an Atlanta mother.
Rapper T.I. walked out of a federal prison Thursday to return to an Atlanta halfway house where he will spend the last 14 days of an 11-month prison sentence for a parole violation, his lawyer said Thursday.
Rapper T.I.'s furlough from prison was cut short last week because prison officials objected to his manager and a reality TV producer riding with him on a trip to a halfway house, according to a prison document.
Rapper T.I. has been removed from a halfway house to a "different facility" a day after he was furloughed, apparently because of prison officials' objection over his using a tour bus to move between facilities in Arkansas and Georgia, his attorney said.
A new investigation finds cheating on standardized tests in Atlanta schools. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.
When my great aunt became bedridden in her late 80s, every now and then I would visit the home she shared with relatives, accompanied by my dog, Lulu.
In the next few months, visitors to Atlanta may spot red cars plastered in black and white ads parked at tourist hot spots.
It can be difficult to ignore emails or Facebook posts about cute little pups and kittens in need of forever homes. In this down economy, the number of pets in need seems to be rising steadily. Just as you can help your favorite charity without writing a big check, there are ways to help pets without taking in another animal.
Seven Atlanta educators have stepped down after being issued an ultimatum to quit or be fired.
Australian Lleyton Hewitt has advanced to the second round of the Atlanta Tennis Championships thanks to a 6-4 6-4 defeat of American wild card Phillip Simmonds.
The recent disclosure of test altering practices across Atlanta's public school system has turned the spotlight on a national crisis. Instances of grade changing and test tampering have also been reported across the country in cities such as Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia and Washington.
The latest shock to hit American schools and education reformers is the revelation that teachers and administrators have been fiddling with test scores in Atlanta and, evidently, in Washington, Baltimore and half a dozen other locales.
When Howard Chiou went to Taiwan for his grandmother's funeral, he had another dead person on his mind -- the cadaver he was dissecting in his anatomy class. The Emory University medical student kept dreaming about who this dead man might have been when he was alive.
Dozens of Atlanta public school educators falsified standardized tests or failed to address such misconduct in their schools, Gov. Nathan Deal said Tuesday in unveiling the results of a state investigation that confirmed widespread cheating in the city schools dating as far back as 2001.
A storefront sting in Atlanta led to the indictment of 49 people on drug trafficking, firearms and theft charges, state and federal officials announced Wednesday.
A Delta Air Lines plane returned to Atlanta's main airport after the crew experienced an "engine issue," the airline said early Tuesday morning.
The Western New York Flash suffered its first loss and once again dropped points late in a match. Meanwhile, magicJack made up ground with a win over the Atlanta Beat and now finds itself within striking distance of the Flash. Here are five things learned in WPS Week 10:
A patient in his early 20s from our clinic will be buried later this week. His story is unfortunately all too common here in Atlanta. He had been in and out of treatment and care for several years as he fought homelessness and poverty. Despite recently returning to care, he would spend his final year battling AIDS-related lymphoma. This fight he did not win.
Few cities are as identified with a book as Atlanta is with "Gone With the Wind." But locating vestiges of Margaret Mitchell's epic story can be tricky. More than a few visitors have driven down Tara Boulevard, near the airport, and been disappointed to find a landscape that has little to do with Scarlett O'Hara's plantation house and everything to do with the Waffle House.
Authorities were still trying Tuesday to decipher the events that led up to two women falling from a 10th-floor window at an Atlanta hotel during a birthday party early Saturday.
One woman was killed and another injured after they fell from a 10th-floor window at an Atlanta hotel, authorities said Saturday.
An Atlanta hospital notifies hundreds of people about possible exposure to TB. WSB reports.
Nearly 700 patients and 100 employees at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta have been exposed to tuberculosis after coming in contact with a hospital employee carrying the disease, a hospital spokesman said Thursday.
Police officials in Atlanta are investigating an incident that started with shouting at a pancake restaurant and ended with a fistfight between a patron and an off-duty officer.
The Atlanta Beat and Western New York Flash played to a thrilling 2-2 draw on Sunday while magicJack finally kicked off its 2011 season at home, beating the Boston Breakers on Saturday. Here are five things we learned in WPS Week 3:
Authorities have arrested three suspects in the assault of two Delta Air Lines employees who were mugged and beaten on Atlanta's subway earlier this month.
Police say as many as two dozen youths beat and robbed two Delta Air Lines employees on Atlanta's public rail service Saturday night.
The hunt begins as soon as word hits the internet. Then they're off, prowling the urban landscape, smartphones in hand, in search of the coveted kitties by the street artist known as Catlanta.
CNN Photojournalist William Walker profiles the "hug lady," who greets troops coming home from war.
Women's Professional Soccer enters its 2011 season marked by one word: Change. Gone are the Chicago Red Stars and FC Gold Pride, the defending WPS Champion. The Washington Freedom has relocated to Boca Raton, Fla. and is now known as magicJack, sponsored by the Internet telephone company.
The Obama administration has formally asked a federal appeals court in Atlanta to rule in favor of the sweeping health care reform law.
You've probably seen the smoke-filled, glass-encased fishbowls that play host to smokers if you've passed through some of the nation's largest airports in recent years.
In a city rife with transplants, staying put for 10 years means you're practically a native. HLN anchor Robin Meade, who hails from "a cornfield in Ohio," has lived in Atlanta for nearly a decade.
Spring is just around the corner -- a time when many of us simply dust off the neti pot or load up on Benadryl in preparation for allergy season.
Imagine paying as much for water as you do for your mortgage.
Some Atlanta residents are shocked to see their monthly water bills increase to rival their mortgages.
Police in Gwinnnett County, Georgia, spent Sunday looking for a gunman who opened fire at a party, injuring five teens.
Police are searching for the gunman that opened fire on a suburban Atlanta party, injuring five teens. WXIA reports.
You can call it "speed dating for entrepreneurs."
A suspect is in custody in the murder of two young siblings during an attack at a home in Atlanta's northern suburbs, Gwinnett County Police spokesman Jake Smith said Thursday.
Atlanta's public school system was told Tuesday it has until September 30 to make progress on a series of recommendations or risk its high schools' losing their accreditation, a fate that would affect the college hopes of many of the system's graduates.
During a major storm, the emergency room is eerily quiet. But in the hours afterward, the injured pour in.
Most of the wintry precipitation had moved on by Monday night, but much of the South is likely to see white stuff on the ground until the weekend as an Arctic low slides in, bringing low temperatures in the teens and highs barely out of the 20s.
One man takes his skis for a spin through the unusual Atlanta snow.
A wintry storm prepares to smack Southern states, bringing frigid temperatures, ice and snow.
A major winter storm system was rolling across the southeastern United States early Monday, sending out shocks of snow, freezing rain and sleet, and forcing some airlines to cancel flights.
A severe storm system had the Carolinas and Virginia in its sights late Tuesday after it slammed into metropolitan Atlanta, damaging dozens of homes and snarling the afternoon commute.
Air traffic is returning to its regular busy pace at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia, hours after a power outage forced Delta Airlines to cancel or delay flights on Monday.
Dennis Gossard is fine with the enhanced security techniques at U.S. airports, and he said security agents are welcome to pat him down all they want if it keeps air travel safe.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on new data that shows that airport body scanners may not be very effective.
CNN employee Chris Hrubesh has gone one year without owning a car.
"I told him it's not that bad and that I was there for him," the rapper tells PEOPLE
Rapper T.I. helped police persuade a man not to jump off the roof of high-rise office building in Atlanta, Georgia, Wednesday afternoon, police said.
A federal judge in Georgia has been arrested on drug and weapons charges after federal agents say he bought drugs for a stripper with whom he was having an affair.
A federal judge is accused of buying drugs for a stripper with whom he was having an affair. WXIA reports.
An 11-year-old baby sitter in suburban Atlanta has been charged in the death of a 2-year-old girl.
A small plane made an emergency landing on Interstate 85 northeast of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, on Monday, snarling traffic during afternoon rush hour. No injuries were reported.
A pilot flying a small plane made an emergency landing on Interstate 85 near Atlanta during rush hour.
A Delta Air Lines plane headed to Ohio from Georgia blew a tire before take-off Thursday night -- then blew three more as it was moved to the taxiway, a spokesman said.
It is not often that a league's most valuable player carries a team to a championship.
The economy grew at a sluggish pace through the summer months, and there are now "widespread signs" that activity is slowing, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday in its latest snapshot of regional economic conditions.
Just weeks after losing its second date on the 2011 schedule, Atlanta's second annual Labor Day spectacular showcased the best NASCAR competition we've seen on the track in years. That's how it's been in a bad-timing type of season for the sport, with a smaller-than-expected crowd treated to a thriller at the type of 1.5-mile oval which causes the Car of Tomorrow major problems -- along with some nap-induced boredom for fans in the process.
The city of Atlanta will pay $4.9 million to the family of Kathryn Johnston who was killed by police in a drug raid.
It is an unlikely venue for the renaissance of film production in the Deep South. Lakewood Fairgrounds are sadly dilapidated, overrun with kudzu, located in a poor, rundown part of Atlanta.
CNN's Michelle Wright reports on a movie making renaissance taking place in the Atlanta area.
A passenger plane made an emergency landing at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Saturday night after the pilot reported smoke and a possible fire in the cockpit, officials said.
The king of beers caused a king of a traffic jam late Monday afternoon when a Budweiser tractor-trailer overturned on an interstate just outside Atlanta, Georgia.
Below is a list of murder victims whom authorities linked to a string of killings in the Atlanta, Georgia, area from 1979 to 1981.
A disruptive passenger caused Delta Air Lines to divert an Atlanta, Georgia-bound flight to Bangor, Maine.
Too often my male "fans" (I consider you fans because you're reading the column, right?) have voiced the criticism that I'm a man-hating feminist who only writes mean columns about men.
Looks like Mother Nature will finally cut NASCAR a break this weekend. With warm weather and no rain expected from Friday through Sunday, drivers will be racing in picture-perfect conditions on what is usually a cold, wet race date in Atlanta.
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