Hayley Mason, Atlanta News First

Hayley Mason

Atlanta News First

Nashville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Hayley:

Gwinnett County Commission bans smoking in most outdoor public places

Gwinnett County is cracking down on all forms of smoking in public places. → Read More

Political strategist weighs in on Georgia primary election

The Georgia Primary results have set the stage for the next five months leading up to November’s election. → Read More

Buffalo native mourns victims of mass shooting, plans prayer vigil in Metro Atlanta

Porchse Miller says she is devastated by the mass shooting that happened in her hometown community, Buffalo, New York. → Read More

Residents raise concerns, voice support for BeltLine’s Northwest Trail in Buckhead

Now the Buckhead community is seeing the first official renderings of the Northwest Trail. A feasibility study was unveiled to the community meeting Thursday night. → Read More

Overturning of Roe v. Wade would jumpstart Georgia’s Heartbeat Law

If the U.S. Supreme Court indeed removes the Constitutional right to abortion, as suggested in a leaked draft opinion published by Politico, it would pave the way for Georgia’s Heartbeat Law – one of the strictest abortion laws in the country – to take effect. → Read More

Juneteenth, Veterans Day approved as paid holidays for Marietta city employees

The city of Marietta has voted to approve Juneteenth and Veterans Day as paid holidays for city employees in Marietta. → Read More

Morris Brown College officially regains full accreditation after nearly 20 years

Morris Brown College has regained full accreditation after nearly 20 years. → Read More

Officials discussing ways to curb teen violence in metro Atlanta

There’s been a dramatic spike in homicides and rapes so far this year in the city of Atlanta, according to a just-released report from the Atlanta Police Department. → Read More

Concerns grow around jail bond granted to repeat offenders

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis expressed frustration over a gang member accused of shooting a police officer being granted bond to be released from jail. → Read More

New bill proposes to make gambling of all kinds legal in Georgia

The gambling debate is making a big comeback in Georgia. → Read More

New bill proposes to make gambling of all kinds legal in Georgia

The gambling debate is making a big comeback in Georgia. → Read More

Mental Health Parity Act being considered at Georgia’s State Capitol

Supporters gathered today at Georgia's state capitol in Atlanta to support new mental health legislation. → Read More

Georgia-based lawmakers and leaders weigh in on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, seated in front of her parents, her family and friends, began the first day of confirmation hearings in her nomination to the United States Supreme Court. → Read More

Gas tax suspension heads to Gov. Kemp’s desk

Georgians will soon see a drop in gas prices as early as this weekend. → Read More

Bill banning lessons on racism passes Senate

One of the most controversial bills this year, banning some discussions about race in the classroom, just passed the state Senate today in Georgia. → Read More

Mental health bill passes in Georgia House

New legislation in Georgia could force insurance companies to cover mental health just like medical conditions. → Read More

Stacey Abrams qualifies for run for Georgia governor

Stacey Abrams qualified to have her name on the ballot today, marking her second run for Georgia governor. → Read More

Satilla Shores neighbors testify on first day of hearing for Ahmaud Arbery's killers

BRUNSWICK, Ga. (CBS46) — On the first day of testimony, prosecutors with the Department of Justice called two former neighbors of Satilla Shores. → Read More

Georgia senator introduces bills that would help drivers keep their licenses

ATLANTA (CBS46) — Driver's who find themselves in trouble with their license could be getting relief if a state senator gets his way. → Read More

Georgia HBCU students respond to bomb threats targeting their campuses

ATLANTA (CBS46) — Tuesday morning, students at Spelman College woke up to alerts and emails that their campus was the target of bomb threats, the second threat at the college → Read More