Sophia Choi, WSB-TV

Sophia Choi

WSB-TV

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent:
  • WSB-TV
  • WSB Radio
Past:
  • ActionNewsJax
  • WPXI
  • WSOCTV
  • KIRO 7
  • Clark Howard

Recent articles by Sophia:

Fulton County to open new COVID-19 test site at Atlanta’s airport

According to recent data, the county saw an alarming spike in cases, hospitalizations and deaths last month. → Read More

Fulton County to open new COVID-19 test site at Atlanta’s airport – 95.5 WSB

According to recent data, the county saw an alarming spike in cases, hospitalizations and deaths last month. → Read More

Crime plummets in DeKalb County

Channel 2′s Sophia Choi talked to DeKalb County Police Chief Mirtha Ramos, who has been on the job for less than a year and is the county’s first female chief. → Read More

Metro mayors say if they don’t get federal COVID-19 aid, their cities won’t survive

Mayor’s across the state are worried that lack of revenue will have a trickle-down effect on businesses, families and communities. → Read More

Small businesses are closing down at an alarming rate, and it could get worse, economist says

Many of those businesses can not afford rent and are now getting evicted. → Read More

DeKalb CEO says county will issue mask order on Tuesday

The county is also asking those small businesses to require masks, just as big companies like Walmart and Home Depot are already doing. → Read More

State Farm Arena approved as Georgia’s largest-ever voting location

During this month’s primary, voters became frustrated with long lines and other voting issues. Hawks CEO Steve Koonin came up with the idea to use the arena for early voting. → Read More

Women warning others after they say popular treats killed their dogs

Two women, who are preparing to sue a company that sells dog treats, are trying to warn pet owners after their pets died. Stacy Carlyle, of Hall County, told Channel 2 anchor Sophia Choi that a treat killed her dog, Bella, and nearly killed her twin sister, Bailee. “I don’t know if I’ll ever get over it,” Carlyle said. She said her veterinarian found a piece of treat still inside Bella, several… → Read More

Scientists say your fitness tracker could help diagnose, predict coronavirus

Channel 2 anchor Sophia Choi found out some scientists say they can even predict who has COVID-19 around you. → Read More

Clayton County man at center of Supreme Court case elated by discrimination decision

Gerald Bostock, one of the plaintiffs in the case, is elated over the landmark decision. → Read More

Protesters say racism worse than COVID-19 but health officials worry of further spread amid marches

Health officials are concerned about coronavirus outbreaks as they watch protests unfold across the country over the death of George Floyd. → Read More

850 teens accepted into DeKalb’s virtual career academy this summer

More than 7,000 people applied for the 850 slots in the Virtual Career Academy. → Read More

Some pets have contracted COVID-19, so is there a danger of getting it from them?

Scientists believe animals are getting it from humans. → Read More

Coronavirus: Rapper Killer Mike launches campaign urging people to take virus seriously

“Stay home if you can. Mask up if you can’t.” That’s the message targeted to young African Americans in DeKalb County, Georgia. The messenger: Killer Mike, Atlanta’s famed rap artist and activist who teamed up with another Mike, DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond. → Read More

Coronavirus: Rapper Killer Mike launches campaign urging people to take virus seriously

“Stay home if you can. Mask up if you can’t.” That’s the message targeted to young African Americans in DeKalb County, Georgia. The messenger: Killer Mike, Atlanta’s famed rap artist and activist who teamed up with another Mike, DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond. → Read More

Coronavirus: Rapper Killer Mike launches campaign urging people to take virus seriously

“Stay home if you can. Mask up if you can’t.” That’s the message targeted to young African Americans in DeKalb County, Georgia. The messenger: Killer Mike, Atlanta’s famed rap artist and activist who teamed up with another Mike, DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond. → Read More

Killer Mike launches campaign urging people to take coronavirus seriously

ATLANTA — “Stay home, if you can. Mask up, if you can’t.” That’s the message targeted to young African Americans in DeKalb County. The messenger: Killer Mike, Atlanta’s famed rap artist and activist who teamed up with another Mike, DeKalb CEO Michael Thurmond. “I just don’t want to see people who look like me die unnecessarily because of cabin fever”, Killer Mike told Channel 2’s Sophia Choi.… → Read More

Are nursing homes accurately counting coronavirus deaths? One family says no

There are new questions over the accuracy of the coronavirus count at long term care and nursing home facilities. → Read More

Are nursing homes accurately counting coronavirus deaths? One family says no

There are new questions over the accuracy of the coronavirus count at long term care and nursing home facilities. → Read More

People worried about coronavirus flooding emergency rooms

Doctors say worried patients are causing huge wait times. → Read More