Berndt Petersen, WSB-TV

Berndt Petersen

WSB-TV

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Recent:
  • WSB-TV
Past:
  • WSB Radio
  • WPXI
  • WSOCTV
  • ActionNewsJax
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WOKV News
  • WDBO
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • Boston 25 News
  • WHIOTV

Recent articles by Berndt:

Metro Atlanta city preserves nature through showcasing art with new roundabout

It’s an $8 million roundabout that opened over the summer in the middle of the Sandtown community in the City of South Fulton. It’s the spot where Campbellton, New Hope, and Boat Rock roads come together. → Read More

Teachers at local elementary school surprised with free classroom supplies

Homeroom teachers at Garden Hills Elementary in Buckhead were surprised with all these supplies for free. → Read More

Atlanta sports new downtown beach for pro volleyball tournament

The 1996 Olympics in Atlanta is the first time volleyball was an official Olympic sport. → Read More

Worker who helped build Atlanta’s major stadiums celebrates 50 years with the same company

CLyde Smith Jr. was involved in the construction of every major sports arena in the city. → Read More

16-year-old Georgia girl says ‘superpower’ helps her dance her way through pain

“Now, I have a bigger purpose in life. I’m sharing my story,” said Kimora Barker. → Read More

Forsyth County high school senior helping hungry children in India

Raj Patel, 17, has always loved things that grow -- especially where his family is from. → Read More

Local contractors surprising single mom and daughter with home makeover

Jones is a single parent and she said this has given her a chance to help progress her daughter’s future. → Read More

North Georgia’s peach crop bounces back following devastating freeze last year

They’re picking peaches at Jaemor Farms in Hall County. Last year they didn’t pick any because of an April freeze. → Read More

Local teens take stage for social justice

The free public performances are this Saturday and Sunday in Rich Auditorium. → Read More

Clayton County and City of Jonesboro will preserve 90-year-old historic Black school

I’m glad for my culture and what the school meant to me and what it means for the future,” Helen Meadows said. → Read More

Atlanta woman who lived in a shed for 20 Years will share new home with young moms

Deborah Glover said over the course of all these years, one thing kept her going: faith. → Read More

Founder of southeast Atlanta food bank says pantry is desperate for food

I know what it is like to go to bed at night without enough food to eat,” CEO Eslene Richmond-Shockley said. → Read More

Local charter school that doesn’t even have a gym of its own wins city basketball title

It’s Centennial’s first basketball title in their first year in the league. → Read More

Local girl with Edwards syndrome would be first to have special spinal surgery

Georgia Minor was born with what’s known as Edwards syndrome — a cousin of Down syndrome → Read More

Fairburn woman celebrates 106th birthday

Ethel Abrahams was born in 1916. She grew up on a farm and still loves to ride the big tractor. → Read More

Fairburn Lady Celebrates 106th Birthday

Ethel Abrahams was born in 1916. She grew up on a farm and still loves to ride the big tractor. → Read More

Pair of Clark Atlanta grads headed to the Ivy Leagues

The pair say Clark Atlanta University helped paved the way for them to reach their dreams. → Read More

Milton high school student athlete sets new record for most varsity letters

They include letters for track, basketball, softball and flag football. → Read More

Milton high school student athlete sets new record for most varsity letters

They include letters for track, basketball, softball and flag football. → Read More

Graduating seniors at metro Atlanta high school surprised with scholarships, new clothes

“It was a surprise. They just told me and I was like, I’m coming up there for clothes? I love to get clothes!" → Read More