First Slice 5-29-13: Bomb threat forces lockdown at Atlanta City Detention Center
Hawks hire new coach, Kwanza Hall rezones Sweet Auburn, and more
Local authorities are searching for a suspect who vandalized an Alpharetta mosque with the phrase "London Justice" earlier this week.
Former Atlanta Public Schools official Jerome Oberlton stepped down yesterday from his position in Dallas' school system after citing a forthcoming federal indictment that he claims is unrelated to the 2009 CRCT scandal.
The National Republican Congressional Committee has revealed a mobile John Barrow attack billboard that's currently in Augusta.
The Atlanta Hawks have hired Mike Budenholzer, an assistant coach with the San Antonio Spurs for the past 17 years, as the team's new head coach.
APD has arrested a suspect who they say might be responsible for calling in a bomb threat to the Atlanta City Detention Center yesterday afternoon.
Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall is working with Central Atlanta Progress and the city's Office of Planning to retool zoning requirements for Sweet Auburn.
Progressive advocacy group Better Georgia called out former state Sen. Chip Rogers for not having started his long-awaited radio show yet.