Jasmina Alston, WALB News 10

Jasmina Alston

WALB News 10

Atlanta, GA, United States

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Past articles by Jasmina:

Former police officer charged in connection to Georgia teen’s death

Doraville police officer Miles Bryant has been charged with concealing the death of another and false report of a crime. → Read More

Woman offers to drive stranded passengers from airport to their destination

Rush said she is willing to take any passengers that had a flight canceled. → Read More

1 dead, 5 injured after ‘dispute’ escalates to shooting in Atlanta

Police say the incident happened after a group of juveniles was escorted off the property of an open air mall. → Read More

Community reacts to temporary moratorium placed on Atlanta Medical Center’s redevelopment

Community leaders are reacting to the temporary moratorium placed on Atlanta Medical Center’s redevelopment. → Read More

Heart transplant recipient honors donor by attending Elton John concert

Hilfiker is a heart transplant recipient who is sharing his story with others, while also honoring his donor. → Read More

APD still searching for second suspect in disappearance of Allahnia Lenoir

The Atlanta Police Department provided updates on the disappearance of 24-year-old Allahnia Lenoir during a press conference Tuesday. → Read More

Group rallies to keep Atlanta Medical Center from closing

A group of advocates held a rally Tuesday to demand the Atlanta Medical Center remain open. → Read More

Fulton County leaders work to clear court case backlog

The Fulton County justice system is using $75 million to help clear its court case backlog. → Read More

Atlanta police department heads to New York to recruit officers

The Atlanta Police Department is going up North to recruit officers. → Read More

Metro Atlanta family desperate for answers after woman goes missing

Yolanda Louise Brown’s family said the 53-year-old hasn’t been seen since leaving the Irish Pub on Virginia Avenue. → Read More

Gwinnett County elementary school notifies families about case of monkeypox

A school in Gwinnett County is reporting a case of monkeypox at one of its elementary schools. → Read More

Atlanta schools police chief talks security and safety with parents

The police chief for Atlanta Public Schools spoke about safety and security on Wednesday at Sutton Middle School. → Read More

Parents concerned about lack of communication during McDonough HS lockdown

McDonough High School and McDonough Middle School are on a soft lockdown after a possible gunshot was reported in the high school. → Read More

Black Business Month celebrates the importance of Black entrepreneurs

Black-owned businesses are being celebrated across the country during Black Business Month. → Read More

Woman shares story of forced sterilization as post-Roe concerns continue

A woman shares her story with CBS 46's Yasmina Alston concerning forced sterilization as post-Roe concerns continue → Read More

University professor fired after police charge him for murder of student

A university in Georgia fired a professor after police said the man was arrested for the murder of a student early Saturday morning. → Read More

University of West Georgia professor fired, charged with murdering student

Police said on July 30, just before 12:30 a.m., officers responded to Tanner Medical Center after a teen they identified as 18-year-old Anna Jones showed up with a gunshot wound. → Read More

What to know about certain flea and tick products for pets

Certain flea and tick medicines are starting conversations among some pet owners. → Read More

Man arrested for murder of coach killed at Peachtree Corners QT

Dozens of people gathered in Norcross on Sunday night to remember Bradley Coleman, who was killed during an attempted carjacking. → Read More

Several Black-owned businesses opening along Atlanta BeltLine

Several Black-owned businesses are preparing to open along Atlanta’s BeltLine as part of a pilot program. → Read More