Jerry Carnes, 11Alive Atlanta

Jerry Carnes

11Alive Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Jerry:

VERIFY | Are hazardous materials banned on trains moving through metro Atlanta?

An 11Alive viewer wants to know what type of materials are allowed to come through the city. → Read More

VERIFY: Are EV charging stations banned interstate rest stops?

As the state of Georgia looks for ways to provide more electric vehicle charging stations, an 11Alive viewer wants to know why she can’t find any at rest stops. → Read More

Verify | Are Ukrainians living in the U.S. receiving Social Security benefits?

Yes, some Ukrainians who have arrived in the U.S. since Russia’s invasion of their country may apply and could qualify for benefits like supplemental Social Security → Read More

Verify: Do tornado victims in Georgia get extra time to file taxes?

People living inside and outside of the eight county disaster area are given an extra month to file their tax returns. → Read More

Experts see more changes to Atlanta's housing market in 2023

Prices are up and so are interest rates, but the housing outlook in metro Atlanta is looking better. → Read More

Verify: Can RSV lead to long-term health problems?

Some patients complain that they can't shake the effects of the illness. → Read More

Tornado victims facing mental health issues one month after devastating storms

11Alive's Jerry Carnes reports on the recovery process one month after tornadoes hit south metro Atlanta. → Read More

Volunteers are helping families recover a month after devastating tornados

Spalding County invites volunteers to take part in the recovery. → Read More

Tornado victims waiting for answers a month later

Nearly a month after devastating tornadoes destroyed thousands of homes in Georgia, there are homeowners who are still unsure of what they’ll do next. → Read More

Yes, you should file your tax returns early

With all of the changes this tax season, filing early is more important than ever. → Read More

Yes, you can get the flu or RSV twice in the same season

There's still two months to go in cold and flu season. → Read More

VERIFY: Does the newest COVID variant make you sicker?

The new omicron variant that scientists have nicknamed the "kraken variant" now accounts for more than half of the COVID cases in the United States. → Read More

Metro Atlanta family divided heading into National Championship game

The Taucher family is evenly split between the Bulldogs and TCU. → Read More

Verify: Does exercise improve the effectiveness of vaccines?

A new study suggests that regular physical activity improves the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine. But is this true? → Read More

38-year employee of UPS leaves a legacy of encouragement

Stefond Harris is retiring from UPS 38 years after he began as a seasonal employee who wanted to quit. → Read More

Yes, some UPS and Amazon employees deliver in their personal vehicles

UPS says their deliveries double during the holidays. → Read More

MARTA gives sneak peek at new railcars which will have phone chargers, other features

The $646 million project is expected to bring the final trains back to Atlanta in 2024 before testing and then a debut on the MARTA network in 2025. → Read More

Verify: Is it too late to get your vaccines before holiday gatherings?

As we get closer to holiday travel and gatherings with family, many people need to update their flu and COVID vaccines. → Read More

Yes, flu and RSV outbreaks are impacting the nation's blood supply

In January, the American Red Cross declared a crisis. → Read More

Atlanta Public Schools using added half-hour to recover from the pandemic

Atlanta Public School system added 30-minutes to each school day. Schools are allowed to choose how they spend the time. → Read More