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While the actual city of Atlanta only ranks 33rd in size in the country, the Atlanta Metro area is the 8th largest in the country. Home to Coca Cola, Home Depot and Delta Airlines, it has one of the largest concentration of fortune 500 companies in the US. Following the removal of the Cherokee and Creek Indian Tribes, the area became a vital transportation hub for the south during the civil war. Now a thriving multicultural city, Atlanta hosted the Summer Olympics in 1996 and is also home to the world's busiest airport.

Population: 537958
Local Newspapers: Atlanta Journal Constitution
Local Sports Teams: Atlanta Braves (MLB) Falcons (NFL) and Hawks (NBA). Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Local Colleges: Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia State University Moorehead College

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Inmate: Double Churches park murder suspect admitted killing Atlanta man

Columbus Police Sgt. Wendy Holland describes texts on the phone of Jacquawn Clark, and video sequences of Demonde Dicks, Jr., Clark the day Dicks, Jr., was killed at Double Churches Park.

Black Parent Town Hall spotlights ESSA, quality education

Parents, grandparents and anyone raising school-age children, as well as property owners in DeKalb and across Georgia, can find out about the new national education law - Every Student Succeed Act, or ESSA - at a Black Parents' Town Hall Meeting on Educational Excellence on Oct. 23 at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. The law, which will impact how children are educated, takes effect in 2018, but while Georgia completed its 112-page State Plan on Sept.

This Garment Pattern Could Power Biosensor Nets

Wearable fabrics imprinted with p- and n-type semiconductors could make all clothing fabrics capable of converting a person's body heat into electricity to power biosensors - or, when used in reverse, to cool the wearer, according to researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology . By using David Hilbert's famous geometric spaces - in particular, his space-filling curves - as the pattern for their imprints, the researchers have demonstrated that printable thermoelectric energy-harvesting wearables' output voltage and power can be fine-tuned to match the precise needs of particular applications.

The Spelman College Department of Dance Performance and Choreography...

ATLANTA: Spelman College's newly formed Department of Dance Performance and Choreography has chosen a unique approach to teaching the next generation of dancers, choreographers and change makers by accentuating Black feminist theory. As a result of integrating the works of notable Black feminist writers and activists such as bell hooks and Audre Lorde throughout the curriculum, the department is cultivating freethinkers and intelligent movers interested in becoming influential creators, writers, historians, educators and scholars within the evolving field of dance.

The Walking Dead reaches 100th episode milestone

For seven seasons, The Walking Dead has explored a world where the dead roam the earth while the living seek safety - from other humans as much as from the zombies trying to tear into their flesh. There are characters whose faith is tested but find their grit and fierceness.

Mayor: Winning Amazon's HQ2 is the metro's next 'Olympic moment'

Atlanta's mayor says Georgia's proposal to land Amazon's second headquarters is the metro's latest "Olympic moment." The state posted a video late Thursday afternoon showing Georgia's Department of Economic Development take the pitch from Atlanta to Seattle.

Emails: Protests spur college officials to talk with players

The three are part of a g... . Protesters raise their arms in support of Kennesaw State University cheerleaders at KSU in Kennesaw, Ga., on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017.

Sheriff's deputy interrupts kidnapping attempt, fires shot and saves victim, sources say

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FBI sex trafficking operation nets 60 arrests, four victims rescued in Georgia

As part of Operation Cross Country XI, FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge Calvin Shivers and Victim Specialist Anne Darr describe the primary role of the FBI's national multi-agency initiative-to recover children who are being trafficked. As part of Operation Cross Country XI, FBI Denver Special Agent in Charge Calvin Shivers and Victim Specialist Anne Darr describe the primary role of the FBI's national multi-agency initiative-to recover children who are being trafficked.

Letters to ex-girlfriend reveal hopes and fears of the young Barack Obama

A young Barack Obama questioned his place in the world and his racial identity, agonized over whether he would make enough money as a community organizer, and lamented his incompatibility with his ex-girlfriend in 30 pages of letters he wrote to her that are now being archived by Emory University in Atlanta. The nine full letters, sent by Obama to his college girlfriend, Alexandra McNear, are being made public to researchers through Emory University's Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library.

Hea s not a racist, just an a identitarian,a and he books Richard Spencera s campus talks

Cameron Padgett, photographed downtown in Atlanta, sued, successfully, for white nationalist Richard Spencer to speak at Auburn University in April after the Alabama school tried to cancel the event. Padgett calls himself an 'identitarian,' not a white nationalist, and insists that 'advocating for the interests of white people' doesn't make him a racist.

Decatur man gets life in prison for revenge murder

Derrick Deonta Thurman of Decatur is going to prison for life for murdering a father of three in a revenge killing. Thurman, 27, was sentenced to life in prison on Oct. 12 for shooting 37-year-old Timothy Hobbs outside Hobbs' girlfriend's apartment on Flat Shoals Road on June 11, 2016.

Atlanta Mayor's Race: Look back on the history of city leaders

With a dozen candidates vying to be Atlanta's next mayor, anything could happen once the votes are counted on Nov. 7. The city's last five mayors have been African-American, and the last 27 have been Democrats. Councilwoman Mary Norwood, a white independent, came close to ending both those streaks in 2008, finishing second to Mayor Kasim Reed in a runoff.

Cancer drug prices rising far faster than inflation

The prices of injectable cancer drugs - even older medicines around since the 1990s - are increasing at a rate far higher than inflation, researchers report in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. The study, led by Dr. Daniel Goldstein of Emory University in Atlanta, looked at 24 injectable cancer drugs approved since 1996 and found the average increase was 25 percent over eight years.

Panel on Atlanta's Confederate symbols to hold first meeting Wednesday

A group of local community leaders will meet on Wednesday to begin the process of deciding whether Atlanta's Confederate monuments and streets names should stay or go. Last week, Mayor Kasim Reed and members of the city council announced the creation of a Confederate Monuments Advisory Committee.

Investigators: Mother killed two young sons by placing them in oven, turning it on

Lamora Williams is accused of "knowingly and intentionally" causing the death of her two sons, Jakarter Penn, 1, and Keyounte Penn, 2, by "placing them in an oven and turning it on." She's been charged with two counts of murder and one count cruelty to children in the first degree, according to CBS46.

B.o.B., Lyric Michelle, DJ Chose highlight Hurricane Harvey

Rapper B.o.B. performs onstage at Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash ATL: Pop Up Edition at Philips Arena on June 17, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. Rapper B.o.B. performs onstage at Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash ATL: Pop Up Edition at Philips Arena on June 17, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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