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11 kids safe after hostage situation

Overnight Tuesday morning In South DeKalb County, DeKalb Police responded to a domestic dispute that turned into a hostage situation involving 11 children and woman. The children ranging in age as young as seven months old to as old as …

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Atlanta Casting Call for Guardians of the Galaxy

Tammy Smith, the official casting director for Marvel’s shooting of, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” is looking for White male models for a selected scene. According to the Project Casting website, “casting directors are looking for “GQ magazine, Model types, Handsome faces, …

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U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson listed as KKK Affiliate

For some time now, Anonymous, a group that describes themselves as, “Hacktivist,” has been threatening to release a listing of 1,000 political figures that are somehow tied to the KKK.  Overnight Anonymous released a partial listing of the 1,000, and …

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Akon performs at Centennial Park to bring lights to Africa

In attendance with the Ying Yang Twins , Gyptian, and 20 other musicians representing 10 different countries, Atlanta’s own, Akon, performed at Centennial Park Sunday for a day long concert called, Passport Experience Festival. The inaugural concert event is a …

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After watching the final episode of Empire Wednesday, Creflo tends to be a little upset

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A song dedicated to Bobbi Kristina

Bobbi Kristina’s cousin, Jerod Brown, has released a song dedicated to her.  All proceeds from the purchase of the song will go to the Martin Luther King Jr “Be A King” Foundation to assist women/men with mental health issues.

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Georgia Supreme Court clears Falcons stadium funding

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that the Georgia Supreme Court has upheld a city of Atlanta decision to help finance the $1.4 billion new Falcon stadium.  The city will be issuing $200 million in bonds to the financing of the …

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Execution of Georgia woman postponed

Monday evening’s execution of, Kelly Renee Gissendaner, was postponed because the chemical that was being used for the lethal injection looked “cloudy.” Gissendaner was found guilty of the 1997 killing of her husband that she plotted to kill with her boyfriend, …

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SkyView Atlanta and the Atlanta Streetcar

 

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Man found dead and a woman wounded in Gwinnett County

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that a shooting in the city of Lawrenceville has left a man dead and a woman wounded. Police were called to the Villages of Huntcrest subdivision about 10:30 Sunday night. Gwinnett police spokesman Jeffery Richter …

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