Classes at Kindezi at Gideons Elementary School in Atlanta, Georgia started back up last week, and one teacher wanted her students to start their school year on a positive and encouraging note.

There’s a city buried under Lake Lanier (Georgia’s biggest lake), and submerged with it is a secret: An American horror story filled with terror, death, genocide, and ghosts.

Atlanta-based rapper Germ witnessed his girlfriend’s kidnapping at gunpoint hours before she was found dead. 27-year-old bartender Mariam Abdulrabm was kidnapped in front of her boyfriend’s home by an armed gunman who forced her into an SUV. 

One Atlanta mom found out that not all students are treated equally after she discovered that Black second graders at her local elementary school were intentionally being put in separate classes from their white colleagues.

Nissan is ready to get us all back out on the road to seek new adventures and has a new 2022 Pathfinder perfect for any road trip. Let’s get out there again, together. Let’s return to our nature as we get back outside safely with our family and friends this summer – beach fun, hiking, […]

A local attorney sparked a conversation about whether Atlanta is really a mecca for Black people after a video surfaced of an Atlanta police officer kicking a woman in the face.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced on Friday that the Anti-Violence Advisory Council she created has submitted recommendations for how to combat the current wave of violent crime sweeping the city. 

Kanye West barely said a word during his album listening session Thursday night, but the mercurial rapper still had most attendees standing on their feet while hanging on every word of his new project.

"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" — the sequel to the blockbuster "Black Panther" — has reportedly started production at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta. 

Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is reportedly under federal investigation for allegedly using campaign funds to make personal purchases.

A 12-year-old Georgia boy has been removed from his home and placed in DFCS after a disturbing video went viral showing him being abused because of his sexuality.

People have traveled near and far to see their favorite entertainers' names embedded in terrazzo and brass stars on the sidewalks along 15 historic blocks in Hollywood. The city of Atlanta welcomed its latest attraction honoring influential Black entertainers with the Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame.