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Past articles by La-Keya:

Police investigate triple shooting in northwest Atlanta

According to initial information, the incident occurred in the 300 block of Illinois Avenue. → Read More

Authorities investigating drug bust in Brookhaven

BROOKHAVEN, Ga. (CBS46)- Four people are now in custody following an execution of a search warrant by ICE agents. → Read More

Former Lindley Middle School teacher throws stool at student; ar

According to the warrant, Maurice Simmons was on hall duty when a student place a cold water bottle on the back of his neck. → Read More

Former Lindley Middle School teacher throws bar stool at student

According to the warrant, Maurice Simmons was on hall duty when a student place a cold water bottle on the back of his neck. → Read More

Lawrenceville man accused of stealing church van

Jesse Dean Rust, 29, was arrested and charged with theft by receiving. → Read More

Gang activity in Georgia getting worse, according to officials

The FBI says criminal street gangs are responsible for an average of 48 percent of violent crimes in a majority of jurisdictions and up to 90 percent in others. → Read More

Dog dies after being left inside hot car for five hours

Connie Wright Gomez, 46, told deputies she left her Rottweiler, Rambo, in her car when she came to visit the jail as a court visitor. → Read More

Gambling turns deadly in metro Atlanta

Investigators say a large group of men were gambling in front of an apartment complex when two of the men got into a verbal argument. → Read More

Report: Hundreds of bridges in Georgia in need of repair

In fiscal year 2018, the state will be spending $330 million on bridge replacements to improve infrastructure. → Read More

Amazon donates $15,000 of essential items and toys to HOPE Atlan

Amazon hand-delivered thousands of dollars worth of toys, clothes, and essential items to children and families at HOPE Atlanta, December 14. → Read More

No more free parking in county garage

Cobb County leaders are tackling one of the most emotional hot button issues in suburbia. Tuesday night a unanimous vote of the county commission agreed to change the parking fees in the county-o... → Read More

Atlanta man missing since September 8

Napoleon Veal has been missing since September 8 and he was last seen in the Grant Park area. → Read More

Spelman College graduate named Group President, Chief Operating

Rosalind Brewer is a current Starbucks board member and has more than 30 years of management experience. → Read More

Home Depot Foundation commits $1M to Harvey relief efforts

The Home Depot Foundation has pledged $1 million to support Hurricane Harvey disaster efforts. → Read More

Former FBI Director joins staff at Howard University

James Comey, the former FBI Director who was fired by President Trump, will join Howard University's staff as the 2017-2018 Gwendolyn S. and Colbert I King Endowed Chair in Public Policy. → Read More

Funeral to be held for teen who collapsed on soccer field

Michael Jones, 16, was warming up with Atlanta Fire United when he collapsed and died. → Read More

Uber offers discounts to cut down on back-to school traffic

Traffic is expected to increase due to more vehicles being on the road; however, one ridesharing company says it is here to help with congestion. → Read More

Students ready to roll at Marietta High School

Marietta City High School students started the new school year Wednesday morning, but not before seniors rolled through for their annual school tradition. → Read More

Nurse pleads guilty to stealing from patients

April Dionne Echols, a 39-year-old licensed practical nurse, admitted in court that she had taken bank cards from inpatients at Anderson Mill Rehabilitation Center in Austell. → Read More

GSU sets record with $147M in research funds

For the sixth consecutive year, Georgia State University has set a record with the amount of research funds it's received for the 2017 fiscal year. → Read More