Charter School Says It Will Not Recite The Pledge Of AllegianceAn Atlanta charter school is sparking controversy over its decision to stop reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
Police: 6-Year-Old, 12-Year-Old Threw Rocks And Waved Gun At AdultsThe group was reportedly using the public swings in Adair Park when the children began to throw "baseball-sized rocks" and struck two people.
Loyola Police Escort A No-Show, Bus Driver Gets Lost On Way To PracticeBefore the high drama on the court at the Sweet 16, the Loyola Ramblers hit a bit of a speed bump on their way to practice on Wednesday.
Holiday Travel Mess Ahead After 11-Hour Power Outage At Atanta AirportAtlanta Mayor Kasim Reed said foul play is not suspected. Travel experts have said the mess might not be straightened out for a few days.
Atlanta Tops O'Hare As Nation's Busiest Airport O'Hare International Airport has lost its title as the nation's busiest airport.
Coach For Special-Needs Athletes Charged With Sexual BatteryThe charges stem from a trip to a Georgia competition last spring, authorities say.
FBI's Violent Crime Statistics For Every City In AmericaThe FBI's violent crime report is not a ranking — there are no winners, no losers. Mostly, these statistics are here to help individual cities track their crime over long periods of time...
Judge Orders Brothers Held Without Bond In 'Barbaric' Murder, Dismemberment Of Atlanta Woman
Police Arrest Brothers In Slaying Of Missing Atlanta WomanTwo brothers have been charged in connection with the murder and disappearance of an Atlanta woman.
Feds: Chicago Woman Targeted By State Department Employee In Cyberstalking CaseFederal prosecutors in Georgia said Michael C. Ford, of Atlanta, used his computer at the U.S. Embassy in London to access email accounts of young women to access sexually explicit photos, and threatened to post the images online, unless the victims complied with his demands.
19 Hurt When Megabus From Chicago Crashes In IndianaIndiana State Police said the bus crashed into the back of a semi-tractor trailer on I-65, near Edinburgh, Indiana, around 6 a.m. eastern time. The truck had stopped because of construction, and the bus did not stop quickly enough to avoid a crash.