The lightning struck the top of a tree and shattered the bark from all the way to the bottom.
Atlanta Dream guard Brittney Sykes gave 9-year-old Mya Danielle Nelson her autographed sneakers after a game, and the whole thing could not have been cuter.
“I am never going to enforce a law that’s unconstitutional," said David Cooke, chief prosecutor in Macon, Georgia.
Darryl Bynes, 32, allegedly shot 19-year-old Omarion Banks from his balcony after confronting the teen.
"The Atlanta Child Murders" revisits a traumatizing series of deaths that America has seemingly forgotten.
Immigration officials say the 26-year-old artist, legally named Sha Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, is from the U.K. and not from Atlanta.
"Good Night, Alt Right," activists chant.
MLK Day is just around the corner, and the shutdown has no end in sight.
The entertainment mogul spent more than $430,000 on his holiday gift.
Long erased from the popular narrative of the civil rights and labor movements, household workers are at the heart of a historic bid for governor.
The network said the package was "similar" to those allegedly sent by Cesar Sayoc to high-profile Dems.
The homicidal, Michael Jackson-esque character hugged Bill Hader at the ceremony.
In the photo, a guy dressed as Killmonger gives "BBQ Becky" some serious side eye.
"I got this," Ludacris tells a woman struggling to pay for her groceries.
Offset's lawyer told TMZ that "people in his genre become a target for law enforcement."
“I wanted people to see where I came from and how I could keep up with them,” says Atlanta student Jordan Thomas after winning an elite debate competition.
One winner, Jordan Thomas, said he "was determined to represent my city and my story."
The officer, working as a security guard, is accused of punching one woman in the head, then holding her and another woman to the ground.