According to the Atlanta Police Department, officers responded to 120 Piedmont Avenue NE in reference to a person shot just before 12:45 p.m. The address is for The Mix, which is listed as student apartments, and adjacent to the RaceTrac gas station where other shooting incidents have occurred over the last year.
The program redesign, which Robinson developed in collaboration with industry partners, aims to better equip students for leadership roles in tech-driven workplaces.
Allegations of a romantic relationship between a Georgia district attorney and an outside lawyer she hired has roiled the 2020 election case against Donald Trump and 18 others. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has defended her hiring of Nathan Wade, but she has yet to directly address the assertion that the two are romantically involved.
The slaying of a South Korean woman during an initiation process for a group that called itself Soldiers of Christ has shocked the large Korean American community in metro Atlanta. Community leaders say Korean Americans need to be more vigilant to protect against religious cults and the possible exploitation of new arrivals from South Korea.
One person is dead and another wounded after an argument led to a shooting near the Georgia State University campus in downtown Atlanta early Friday morning.
Two of three people charged with arson in the burning of the Wendy's restaurant in Atlanta where a police officer fatally shot Rayshard Brooks in June 2020 have pleaded guilty after reaching deals with prosecutors.
Transgender people get to tell their stories in a project through the Georgia State University archives. The goal is to preserve the lives of trans people and the impact they have on the community.
One person is dead and a suspect is in custody after a fatal shooting outside the Georgia State University MARTA station Tuesday afternoon.
After four people were shot near a downtown RaceTrac gas station early Sunday morning, a town hall presentation by Georgia State University leadership Monday skipped ahead, unveiling campus improvement plan.
Four people were shot Sunday near Georgia State University's Atlanta campus. Two of the victims are students at the university. Authorities say three of the victims are in stable condition, and one is in critical condition.
A new exhibit, Fighting for Freedom, at Georgia State University in Atlanta explores the historic connection between labor unions and civil rights organizing in the South.
One Georgia college administrator, Timothy Renick of Georgia State University’s National Institute for Student Success, says the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on affirmative action should serve as a call for college and universities to look in the mirror to fix post-admission problems.
Georgia lawmakers are beginning a review of state tax breaks. Some leaders hope to reduce breaks to lower the state's overall income tax rate. Other officials say business tax breaks are important to recruiting industry. The review could lead to legislation next year.
With pedestrian deaths in the U.S. at their highest point in four decades, advocates and urban residents across the nation are urging city councils and state lawmakers to break from transportation spending focused on road improvements and car culture. From Salt Lake City to Atlanta to Charlotte, N.C., frustrated residents are pushing for increased funding for public transportation and improvements that make it safer to travel by bike or on foot.
It’s the time of the year when young men and women turn their tassels, toss their caps into the sky and dream about a bright future. And that includes one group of grads behind bars.