According to published reports, the former police unnamed officer has been fired from the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office following the incident of excessive force.

The Atlanta rapper spoke with the Georgia governor to discuss how small businesses and the music industry can thrive in the midst of the pandemic among other issues, but Twitter isn't having it.

One week after the hallways of the Paulding County high school went viral when a student took and uploaded a picture of the crowded area that featured many students without masks, weeks after the country debated on whether students should physically return to school or continue online learning.

A student who uploaded images of the inside one school and the lack of distancing among other concerns has been suspended.

Mayor Bottoms, who recently recovered from COVID-19, has instituted a mandatory face mask rule to help curtail the spread of the virus

The WNBA may have been conveying a message of togetherness with the Black Lives Matter PSA, but according to players, Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler doesn't practice the sentiment at home. According to published reports, WNBA players are calling for Senator and Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler to step down after she called the Black armed protesters who gathered at the headquarters of the Ku Klux Klan in response to public threats against Black Americans, a "mob rule" during an interview with FOX News-despite open carry being legal in the state of Georgia.

A grand jury handed down the indictment of father and son Travis McMichael, Greg McMichael, and William “Roddie” Bryan, who filmed the fatal encounter.

Garrett Rolfe and Devin Brosnan both face several charges, while tensions over the matter are growing.

At a time when Black people are still being killed by police and protesters are being tear gassed and tazed, a white female officer is asking for the public to go easy on police after a local McDonald’s had a delay with her food.

The image of Atlanta as the Black Mecca is unraveling in the age of Black Lives Matter with recent police scandals.

Antonio Blackwell and another man say that while in Leesburg, Ga., the customer threatened violence against them after dropping off a package thus sparking an argument between them.

The November 2017 clip shows Arbery, who was sitting in a Brunswick, Ga. park on his day off, was approached by police due to suspected drug activity but police found no drugs or weapons yet still tried to aggressively take him down.