Mark Winne, WSB-TV

Mark Winne

WSB-TV

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past:
  • WSB-TV
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • WSB Radio
  • Boston 25 News
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • WOKV News
  • WDBO
  • WHIOTV
  • WSOCTV
  • ActionNewsJax

Past articles by Mark:

“He was evil”: Fred Tokars’ sister-in-law says murder of her sister still haunts family

Channel 2 investigative reporter Mark Winne talked to Krissy Pennington about how painful the loss of her sister is all these years later. → Read More

Officer Matt Cooper on returning to work: ‘The Lord blessed me with a second chance'

Channel 2's Mark Winne sat down with Officer Matt Cooper and his wife Kristen to reflect on his journey back to work. → Read More

Ahmaud Arbery: Greg McMichael leaked original video of murder shooting

In a surprising twist to a story that has drawn nationwide attention, WSB-TV has confirmed that the man who leaked the viral video of the shooting of an unarmed black jogger in south Georgia is one of the murder suspects. The video spread across social media just days before the Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested Gregory and Travis McMichael. It shows Travis McMichael and Ahmaud Arbery in… → Read More

COVID-19 Tests expanding for essential workers without symptoms in Georgia

Grocery workers are among those who can get tested now at nine sites. → Read More

Georgia’s judicial system under pressure responding to coronavirus crisis

As judges navigate the rules of the judicial emergency, prosecutors are learning ways to work around the guidance of social distancing while meeting with inmates over upcoming court cases. → Read More

GBI called in to assist in search for missing teen

Julia Mann, 17, was last seen on the night of Feb. 20 at her home. → Read More

School investigating racist Snapchat messages targeting middle school students

Channel 2 investigative reporter Mark Winne got copies of messages sent to students at Vickery Creek Middle School. Parents told Winne their children does not feel safe at school. → Read More

Investigator accused of slipping 2 'unknown items' to notorious murder suspect in jail

An investigator who works with people in prison found herself locked up after she was accused of slipping two "unknown items" to one of Georgia's most notorious accused killers. → Read More

Your Convoy of Care donations arrive in storm-ravaged Bahamas

We'll have a LIVE report as relief supplies reach the people who need them the most, on Channel 2 Action News at 6 p.m. → Read More

No A/C, no security cameras: Power outage creates major problems at Fu

FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - Channel 2 Action News has learned that a power outage hit the Fulton County Jail for several hours today. The power has been restored, but not before creating major problems for inmates and workers. Channel 2's Mark Winne learned that while the power was out, there was no air conditioning, no security cameras, a court session canceled, a delay in people getting out on bond… → Read More

Former DeKalb Commissioner Sharon Barnes Sutton arrested by FBI

We're working to learn the details of the arrest and the charges she is facing, on Channel 2 Action News at Noon → Read More

BREAKING NEWS: At least 1 Henry County police officer shot, sources say

We have a reporter and photographer on the way to the scene of the shooting -- Watch Channel 2 Action News at Noon for LIVE coverage → Read More

Man caught on camera stabbing victim after he claims to just be a witn

BROOKHAVEN, Ga. - Police say a man who originally claimed to be a witness to a stabbing in Brookhaven is actually the suspect. Denys Gonzalez Rodriguez, 32, was stabbed in the heart November 1st in front of a the Easy Shop convenience store. Channel 2's Mark Winne spoke to police, who said that as they interviewed witnesses inside the store, one man's story didn't add up. Police found William… → Read More

Woman accused of violent crimes missing from mental health facility

ATLANTA - A woman is considered a public safety threat but Channel 2 Action News has learned she is no longer in jail. Only Channel 2's Mark Winne spoke to the chief jailer about how she left. "This should not occur. It's something that's disturbing to me," said Fulton County jail commander Col. Mark Adger. Camara Holloway has two aggravated assault charges pending dating back to 2012. We… → Read More

Man accused of killing friend inside Lake Oconee mansion: 'I remember...'

In an exclusive interview at the jail with Channel 2's Mark Winne, Chad Haufler, 45, said he remembers the two had been drinking and had gotten into a fight but doesn't remember pulling the trigger. He called the shooting self-defense. → Read More

REYNOLDS PLANTATION DEATH INVESTIGATION: Man says he shot, killed home intruder at Reynolds Lake Oconee in Greene County, GA

According to investigators, a man called 911 to report that he shot an intruder in his home. → Read More

Man who shot cop released from prison by mistake; error unnoticed for 2 years

A judge sentenced a DeKalb County, Georgia, man to 15 years in prison for shooting an off-duty police officer, but the man served barely one year in prison before he was released – by mistake. → Read More

Man who shot cop released from prison by mistake; error unnoticed for 2 years

A judge sentenced a DeKalb County, Georgia, man to 15 years in prison for shooting an off-duty police officer, but the man served barely one year in prison before he was released – by mistake. → Read More

Man who shot cop released from prison by mistake; error unnoticed for

A judge sentenced a DeKalb County, Georgia, man to 15 years in prison for shooting an off-duty police officer, but the man served barely one year in prison before he was released – by mistake. → Read More

Man who shot cop released from prison by mistake; error unnoticed for

A judge sentenced a DeKalb County, Georgia, man to 15 years in prison for shooting an off-duty police officer, but the man served barely one year in prison before he was released – by mistake. → Read More