Michael Seiden, WSB-TV

Michael Seiden

WSB-TV

Atlanta, GA, United States

Contact Michael

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • WSB-TV
Past:
  • WPXI
  • WSOCTV
  • WHIOTV
  • WFTV Eyewitness News
  • WOKV News
  • NEWS102.3 KRMG
  • Boston 25 News
  • WSB Radio
  • The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
  • Dayton Daily News
  • and more…

Recent articles by Michael:

APD recruit charged with street racing as neighbors say dangerous stunts are becoming huge problem

While his arrest may come as a surprise to many, the crime of street racing is a growing problem in Atlanta. → Read More

Many parents turning to ‘pandemic pods’ for at-home learning this fall

Thousands of panicked parents, whose children are starting the school year online, are turning to social media trying to find other families who want to team up with their children. → Read More

Victims attacked by kids selling water on Atlanta streets want them gone as mayor works for solution

Several victims are calling on the mayor, Atlanta City Council and Atlanta Police Department to put a stop to what many are describing as a growing problem. → Read More

Metro school says health tracker, plexiglass will help keep kids safe for in-person classes this year

Pinecrest Academy says it will use a new online tool to help school leaders track COVID-19 infections. → Read More

Wives of APD officers describe harassment, stress on families following riots, shootings

From death threats on social media to next-door neighbors giving them dirty looks, the families of APD officers say they’re mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted. → Read More

Rep. John Lewis praised for commitment to Atlanta’s Jewish community

Channel 2′s Michael Seiden spoke with one of Lewis’ closest friends, who explained how his support helped improve the lives of Jews across the world. → Read More

Could COVID-19 pandemic mean the end of day cares? The numbers show things are headed that way

A new survey shows about two out of five child care programs will permanently close without government help. → Read More

Even with COVID-19 cases surging, many schools are preparing for fall sports

Thousands of Georgia's student-athletes are preparing for what’s expected to be a season unlike any other. → Read More

City of Atlanta sees massive spike in crime over last month – we dig into what’s going on

There has been an alarming rise in violent crime in Atlanta over the past month. → Read More

Armed protesters remain at Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was killed. So what’s next?

Photos posted on social media show armed protesters setting up roadblocks at University Avenue and Pryor road forcing many drivers to turn around. → Read More

Rayshard Brooks: APD releases body camera footage from deadly Wendy’s shooting

Brooks, 27, was shot and killed by an Atlanta police officer in the parking lot of a Wendy’s off University Avenue Friday night. LIVE coverage continues on Channel 2 Action News → Read More

As businesses reopen across Georgia, questions remain about safety of public restrooms

Channel 2’s Michael Seiden has been looking into studies that show just flushing the toilet can expose you to the virus. → Read More

Coronavirus hot spot ravages Latino community in Hall County area, continues to grow

Hall County currently has more than 2,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. → Read More

Coronavirus: Wild video shows huge crowds gathered to do donuts, set off fireworks on empty Atlanta streets

Video posted on social media shows huge groups of people gathering and behaving dangerously late Saturday night in at least two separate locations in Atlanta. → Read More

Coronavirus: Wild video shows huge crowds gathered to do donuts, set off fireworks on empty Atlanta streets

Video posted on social media shows huge groups of people gathering and behaving dangerously late Saturday night in at least two separate locations in Atlanta. → Read More

Coronavirus: Wild video shows huge crowds gathered to do donuts, set off fireworks on empty Atlanta streets

Video posted on social media shows huge groups of people gathering and behaving dangerously late Saturday night in at least two separate locations in Atlanta. → Read More

Wild video shows huge crowds gathered to do donuts, set off fireworks on empty streets

The crowds gathered days after Gov. Brian Kemp's shelter-in-place order expired -- but while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is still recommending social distancing. → Read More

Film maker finding new opportunity spreading joy by shooting ‘porchtraits’

Local filmmaker Aaron Levine who has been traveling across metro Atlanta using his talent to capture daily life in the era of social distancing → Read More

Community working to save beloved horse stables shut down during coronavirus outbreak

The Conways said it couldn't have come at a worse time because the stables makes most of its money during the summer months. → Read More

New pictures show progress of turning GWCC into temporary hospital for coronavirus patients

Gov. Brian Kemp said he expects Georgia to hit its peak for the virus on May 1. → Read More