Jerry Carnes, 11Alive Atlanta

Jerry Carnes

11Alive Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent articles by Jerry:

Tornado victims along coastal Georgia are reliving a nightmare thanks to Ian

Victims of an April tornado feel like they’re reliving a nightmare as Tropical Storm Ian threatens to bring damaging wind and rain to coastal Georgia. → Read More

Atlanta's tree canopy could mean trouble as Hurricane Ian moves up coast

Trees that are weakened by disease are more likely to fall when the soil is soaked with rain and the winds gust. → Read More

Atlanta pauses to remember race massacre that killed dozens

Beginning Thursday, Atlanta will pause to remember the victims of the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre. → Read More

Atlanta mothers who lost children now writing book to help others deal with grief

The Warrior Moms have grown from two women to two dozen. → Read More

This monument in midtown Atlanta has history with British royalty

The Prince of Wales monument was a present to the city from the man Britain now calls King. → Read More

New license tag part of Georgia's effort in the war against prostate cancer

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. → Read More

Are Americans open to yearly COVID vaccines? Health experts hope so

The White House COVID Response Team said once a year shots are in the future. → Read More

Georgia Tech professor ready to see his work blast off toward the moon

As NASA prepares for another try launching its rocket toward the moon, a professor of space technology at Georgia Tech will be watching with vested interest. → Read More

Georgia Bulldog fan eager to see UGA defend its national championship

The Dawgs take the field Saturday as reigning champ. → Read More

School zone cameras growing in popularity as excessive speeders pose threat to students

A growing number of metro Atlanta cities are adding cameras in school zones to reduce vehicle speeds that have reached 92-miles-an-hour. → Read More

Few retired teachers returning to the classroom as Georgia struggles with massive shortage

Only a fraction of the retirees who qualify have agreed to return with full pension and full pay. → Read More

Gwinnett Schools police prepare to deal with bus stop violators

Last year, more than 9,000 drivers passed school buses that were stopped with red lights flashing in the county. → Read More

Fulton County facing critical shortage of school bus drivers

With the clock ticking toward the first day of school, Fulton County is facing a critical shortage of drivers needed to transport students back and forth to class. → Read More

Why Georgia no longer offers a tax-free day for back-to-school shopping

Parents are looking for ways to save money and many are missing the tax free holidays that were once a back-to-school tradition in Georgia. → Read More

Yes, more men are seeking vasectomy consultations since Roe v. Wade overturned

The number of men seeking consultations and information about vasectomies in the days following the Supreme Court’s decision on abortion has increased. → Read More

Yes, we still have to fall back when Daylight Saving Time ends in November

Georgia passed a law to stay on permanent Daylight Saving Time but Congress has to give the okay. → Read More

Experts say consumers shouldn't panic over recession talk

Emory's Ray Hill says if the U.S. goes into a recession, it will be different than most. → Read More

97-year-old Betty Lindberg is back for yet another AJC Peachtree Road Race

Betty Lindberg has been a fixture of the AJC Peachtree Road Race for decades. → Read More

Here's how running on fumes can damage your vehicle

Automobile mechanics say drivers are putting their vehicles at risk by trying to squeeze every drop out of a tank of gas. → Read More

Record number of administrators to attend Georgia School Safety conference

Representatives from nearly every school district in Georgia will take part in the Georgia School Safety and Homeland Security Conference beginning Tuesday. → Read More