Randy Travis, FOX 5 Atlanta

Randy Travis

FOX 5 Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Randy:

Animal 'lover' busted second time for animal cruelty in foster home

It’s a worthy effort — Georgians who rescue dogs from crowded animal shelters before they’re euthanized. → Read More

Pink Energy goes dark in Georgia and across US

You can turn out the lights for one of the biggest providers of rooftop solar power in Georgia. → Read More

'Zero Waste' Purina reacts to fish kill caused by mishandling of its wastewater

A north Georgia company that makes pet food proudly says it generates "Zero Waste." → Read More

'Deplorable' former Stonecrest mayor sentenced to 57 months

The man considered the founding father of the city of Stonecrest was sentenced to nearly 5 years in prison. → Read More

DeKalb vows improvement after contractors pan county permitting office

The shortage of homes for sale prompted many Georgians to stay put and remodel instead. → Read More

Food fight: Atlanta-based influencer posts personal info of critics

Good food is supposed to nourish the soul as well as the body. → Read More

Despite malpractice lawsuits, Gainesville hospital stands behind star surgeon

A growing list of patients claim a Gainesville doctor only exacerbated their pain. → Read More

Their owner is accused of abusing them. Two years later, the dogs are still in county cages

The pandemic turned much of the human world upside down. But the FOX 5 I-Team discovered a forgotten victim: dogs. → Read More

New year, old crime: COVID relief fraud still on the minds of Georgia prosecutors

The New Year is starting with an old problem: prosecuting Georgians who lied to get COVID-19 relief money. → Read More

Three wounded officers and the men who rescued them honored by governor

A high speed chase. A high-powered rifle. And an unknown danger in the darkness. → Read More

GGC criminal justice professor busted for felony shoplifting

An unlikely shoplifting suspect faces multiple counts. → Read More

Douglas County judge slapped with 2nd state complaint in first year of office

Douglas County Probate Judge Christina Peterson must answer a second state complaint of wrongdoing. → Read More

Fired Piedmont ER doc explains why he refused vaccine mandate

The only Georgia physician known to be fired for defying a COVID vaccine mandate insisted he’s not an anti-vaxxer. → Read More

Fulton Elections Board OKs College Park candidacy

College Park City Councilmember Derrick Taylor will be allowed to run for re-election next month. → Read More

A lynching at Fort Benning was never solved. Now it will no longer be forgotten

There may be only one thing worse than a historic tragedy. That would be forgetting it even happened. → Read More

Deputy planning to sue after refusing to testify before grand jury in a case he knew nothing about

Can a law enforcement officer who had nothing to do with a criminal case be the sole witness before a grand jury? → Read More

Yes, your boss can require you get a COVID shot (and so can the government)

With increased supplies of vaccine headed to Georgia, some businesses will soon face some complicated questions. → Read More

Pandemic slowdown also hurting big ticket towns in Georgia

Local governments across Georgia struggle with a common challenge: what to do about a big drop in traffic ticket revenue. → Read More

Jackson County battery plant punished in trade secret controversy

A big blow for the future of a multi-billion dollar factory under construction in North GA. → Read More

Family settles Gwinnett jail abuse lawsuit for $3.8M while complaints continue under new sheriff

Attorneys who successfully sued Gwinnett County over alleged jail abuse say they’re still getting complaints — even after voters elected a new sheriff who vowed to make big changes to the source of those lawsuits — the jail’s elite Rapid Response Team. → Read More