Residents of about 1,000 apartments in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood remained unable to return to their homes, a day after a crane partially collapsed at a nearby construction site. Atlanta fire chief Rod Smith said one of the crane's counterweights became dislodged and fell, causing damage to the crane Monday afternoon.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A jury finds former President Trump liable of sexual abuse and libel in a civil case. The pandemic-era rule Title 42 will expire tomorrow, affecting immigration. And the Georgia Bulldogs punt their chance to go to the White House, declining an invite from President Biden.
Monday on Political Rewind: Lawmakers and citizens fear not much will change after last week's Midtown shooting. Meanwhile, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens proposes the largest budget in the city's history. And Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger sets a date for Georgia's primary.
Jail records show the suspect in a mass shooting in Atlanta that left one woman dead and four others wounded has been charged with one count of murder and four counts of aggravated assault.
Police say a shooter opened fire inside the waiting room of an Atlanta medical facility, killing one and injuring four others as authorities swarmed the city's bustling midtown neighborhood in search of the 24-year-old suspect. Atlanta police said the shooting occurred inside a Northside Medical building on Wednesday afternoon.
Police say one person has been fatally shot and at least four others injured in a shooting in a Midtown Atlanta building. The Atlanta Police Department said on Twitter that the active shooter was inside a building on West Peachtree Street, between 12th and 13th Streets. No suspect was in custody.
The city of Atlanta will receive more than $3 million as part of a recent congressional spending bill. The money will go towards a plan that would connect Midtown's east and west sides.
Atlanta police say a woman fatally shot two people and wounded a third at two different locations in Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood and was later taken into custody at the city's airport. Investigators did not immediately know what prompted Monday's attack but said they believed the victims were targeted.
Atlanta once had a neighborhood called Tight Squeeze. My colleague, Don Smith, suggested we check out this part of town that he remembers as the hangout...