Atlanta

  • Coming to America Sequel Set to Film in Atlanta!

    The long-awaited sequel to Eddie Murphy‘s Coming to America is finally on the way to its eventual release in theaters. With a 2020 release date set, it looks as though production is on the verge of kicking off. With just about a year and a half to go until the film hits...
  • Atlanta hosted a citywide water gun fight! #GunsDownWaterGunsUp

    A group of Atlanta organizers are raising awareness about the issue of gun violence — and leaving a few police officers dripping wet in the process. Organizers with the #GunsDownWaterGunsUp movement held an event in Southwest Atlanta over the weekend, inviting locals to partake in a massive water gun...
  • Cop Who Punched Black Woman Because She Bit Him Is Out Of a Job Now!

    More than three weeks after an Atlanta cop had a violent altercation with a woman he confronted, the department has let him go. The Atlanta Police Department released a statement Tuesday following an internal investigation into Sergeant James Hines’ actions against Maggie Thomas on May 1. The probe found “that the force used...
  • Man defrauded woman he was dating out of $80K wanted by the police!

    Gwinnett County police are looking for a man they say defrauded an Alpharetta woman out of more than $80,000 after meeting her on a dating website, telling her he was a millionaire and convincing her they were in love. Police have a warrant for the arrest of John Martin...
  • Jimmy Carter is now the longest living president in history!

    ATLANTA — Nearly four decades after voters unceremoniously rejected then-President Jimmy Carter’s bid for a second term, the 39th president has reached a milestone that electoral math cannot dispute: He is now the longest-living chief executive in American history. Friday is the 172nd day beyond Carter’s 94th birthday, exceeding...
  • Atlanta child murders evidence to be re-examined by investigators!

    Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announces she has asked Atlanta Police and other law enforcement agencies to re-examine evidence collected during the Atlanta child murders in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. (FOX5) Four decades after the Atlanta area was rocked by the killings of more than 20 children...
  • Family plans lawsuit against Atlanta after officer deadly shooting

    The lawyer for De’Ittrick Griffin’s family admits the 18-year-old was up to no good but says he should still be alive. So, they plan on filing a $5 million wrongful death lawsuit against the City of Atlanta. The 18-year-old was shot and killed last month by a plainclothes Atlanta Police officer. According to the Georgia...
  • Woman sues Atlanta nightclub over alleged sexual assault

     A woman who recorded her alleged sexual assault on a dance floor using Facebook Live is suing a popular Atlanta nightclub, claiming negligence. Jasmine Eiland, 30, filed the lawsuit Monday against Opera Atlanta, as well as unidentified owners, security companies and security personnel, her lawyer said Tuesday. The suit...
  • Police release photos of suspects in deadly Buckhead shooting

    Atlanta Police have released photos of three suspects they say shot and killed a man early Saturday morning outside of a popular Buckhead bar. Officers say an argument broke out between the three suspects and a 28-year-old-man outside of the Hole in the Wall bar on Peachtree Street. Shots...