Atlanta, Georgia

At least 42 people have been charged with domestic terrorism in connection to the Stop Cop City movement, and one person has been killed.
One woman described the moments after she heard gunshots in the Atlanta medical facility where a shooter killed at least one person Wednesday.
“I shudder to say it, but the truth is ... it’s only a matter of time that this kind of tragedy comes knocking on your door," Sen. Raphael Warnock said.
Police say they have apprehended a man who allegedly opened fire inside the waiting room of an Atlanta medical facility.
Police fatally shot Manuel Esteban Paez Terán, known as Tortuguita, in January.
The festival's "Kokomo City" featured the Atlanta resident, who was reportedly shot dead.
Lawyers representing the family of Manuel Terán previously said the activist's hands were raised when they were fired upon.
Black, Indigenous, environmental and abolitionist activists have come together to block a training facility that they say will militarize police and endanger the community.
An independent autopsy showed Manuel Terán's hands were raised at the time of the January shooting, the attorneys stated.
The wooded area outside Atlanta has become a flashpoint of ongoing conflict between authorities and left-leaning protesters.