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WSBTV: Atlanta’s HIV ‘epidemic’ compared to third world African countries (VIDEO)

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WSBTV confirms Curtis Snow of the documentary film, “Snow on the Bluff,” as the man arrested in Saturday’s SWAT standoff

   

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A hateful rally turns into more of a rally for peace

Saturday all metro Atlanta eyes were on Stone Mountain Park during the national publicize White Power Rally. The group, Rock Stone Mountain, applied for a permanent of 4,000 participants, but throughout the day a total estimated was no more than …

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Frank Ski returns to V-103

After spending some time in the Washington, D.C. area, Frank Ski, V-103’s previous morning radio host from 1998 through 2012, is returning back to the “People’s Station.” Frank Ski made the announcement today on his Instagram and Facebook pages.  Ski …

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Atlanta’s own Phantom of the Fox has died

He was a resident of the Fox Theatre for over 30 years.  Joe Patten was selected as the technical director of the Fox and led an effort to form the theatre as a nonprofit in 1974.  Helping the Fox from being demolished when …

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City of Clarkston seeks to decriminalize marijuana

The metropolitan city of Clarkston is well-known nation wide for its diverse population of refugee residents; the city is commonly known as the most diverse square mile in the nation. But Clarkston Mayor, Ted Terry, is pushing to bring about another form …

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Identity of man killed in southwest Atlanta fire revealed as prominent medical doctor

Dr. Marcus Moseley’s identity was revealed as the person who caught on fire in a possible arson case, and whose body was later found in a residential pool. Moseley was arrested for a domestic dispute just a few days earlier got …

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Newly elected Snellville Mayor under investigation

Seized computers from his home and office, Tom Witts, the newly elected mayor of the city of Snellville is under investigation for allegedly not paying his state taxes READ MORE: New Snellville mayor’s home, business raided

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Stepdaughter killed over a delayed tax refund

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that the March 24th shooting of death of Gwinnett woman, Kysha Johnson, committed by he stepfather, Byron Winborne, was over a delayed tax refund. Winborne blamed Johnson of being the cause of why the refund …

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14-year-old charged with the murder of pizza delivery driver

Flashing a gun on his Facebook profile, Gwinnett County authorities used the image to present in court on March 26 the young 14-year-old’s criminal behavior. Reginald Lofton is accused of robbery and the death of a Gwinnett County pizza delivery driver on March 1st.  …

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