1 hr ago
Bay Area Basketball Star Arrested For The Murder Of Lil Phat
Decensae White was the leading scorer on San Francisco State University's basketball team, the former roommate of NFL player Michael Crabtree at Texas Tech University, and the star of a viral video that eventually made it's way onto SportsCenter .
5 hrs ago
Wreck closes lanes on I-85
Northbound lanes of Interstate 85 near the Coweta/ Fulton county line were closed for about 40 minutes Friday morning due to a three-vehicle wreck.
Thu May 23, 2013
Police connect alleged carjackers to more robberies
Atlanta police say they've connected three convicted felons with two more carjackings and robberies in the city.
Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.2 Percent in Paulding
Paulding County's jobless rate dropped by half a percent to 7.2 percent. Out of the 73,122 people in the work force, 5,262 were unemployed in April.
After Hours Photos: Investiture Ceremony
The Honorable Robert Benham, Justice Supreme Court of Georgia, and The Honorable Juliette W. Scales on May 21, 2013 in Atlanta, GA at the investiture ceremony.
2 investigates: Uncounted votes
More than 10,000 Georgia voters in the last presidential election were forced to vote on paper instead of electronically.
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Breaks Ground on Wolf Creek Library
Atlanta - The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System will break ground on the new Wolf Creek Library next Thursday, May 30 at 11:00 a.m. The new 25,000-square-foot library for Wolf Creek is part of Phase I of the Library Building Program that is currently underway.
School Buses to Clog Alpharetta Traffic Thursday
Motorists on Ga 9, Maxwell and Hembree roads will be seeing a lot of yellow on Thursday afternoon, and it will disrupt traffic.
Wed May 22, 2013
Trial Under Way in Case of Sandy Springs Man Accused of Shooting Wife
Jury selection is under way in the case against a Sandy Springs man accused of shooting and critically injuring his wife.
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Avossa touts success of North - SFulton's schools
Closing out the 2012-13 school year, Fulton County School Superintendent Robert Avossa counts the academic performance of North Fulton schools as one of the high points of the year.
Riverside Farmers Markets Starts Back June 1
It's that time of year again - a time when fresh produce and local goods flood the parking lot of Roswell City hall each Saturday.
More Rain Possible This Week, Sunny Skies by Memorial Day Weekend
After yet another weekend filled with flood warnings and event cancellations throughout the metro area, Alpharetta is in for some sunny skies early this week and this Memorial Day weekend, though rain will be likely on Wednesday.
Tue May 21, 2013
Police ID Suspects in Home Burglary
Warrants have been issued for the arrest of two people in connection with an April 5 home burglary.
Oklahoma tornado: How to help the victims
We've all been touched by the devastation left behind by the Oklahoma tornado, and lots of FOX 5 viewers want to know how they can help.
8-year-old girl hit by stray bullet
An 8-year-old girl was hit by a stray bullet while she slept Monday night in her family's northwest Atlanta apartment.
Prosecutors: Michael Parson led double life
The trial of a Sandy Springs man accused of gunning down his wife began Tuesday in Fulton County.
Pennsylvania Suspects Accused of Passing Counterfeit $100 Bills
Two Pennsylvania men are suspected of passing counterfeit $100 bills at three North Point Parkway stores, and maybe another four stores.
Sat May 18, 2013
Fulton School Board Approves Tentative 2014 Budget
The Fulton County Board of Education tentatively approved a $1.17 billion total operating budget for the 2013-14 school year and Board President Linda Schultz believes it is a good thing.
Fri May 17, 2013
Around Town: Hankerson staying: But the question is, for how long?
Earlier this month, Around Town learned that longtime Cobb County Manager David Hankerson was one of three finalist for the same position in Fulton County.
Roswell Schools Receive Grants to Serve Breakfast
Two Roswell schools will now offer an alternative school breakfast, thanks to a more than $224,500 grant from the American Association of School Administrators to Fulton County Schools recently.