• McIver Hit With Wrongful Death Lawsuit
  • First Named Storm System Of Season Threatens Memorial Day Plans
  • M-B Stadium Roof Construction Starts Back Up Next Week

  • Abrams Addresses Dems Dinner
  • Justice Department Investigating Savannah Police Shooting
  • Persistent Rains Impacting Peanut Growers

  • Report Says Reed's Protection Officers Spent $90K On City Credit Cards
  • MomoCon 2018 In Atlanta This Weekend
  • Richmond County Commissioner Elect Pressured To Step Down Because Of Facebook Posts

  • Tex McIver Sentenced To Life With Possibility Of Parole
  • MomoCon Returns To Atlanta This Weekend
  • Atlanta Falcons React To New NFL Anthem Protest Policy  

  • It Is Primary Election Day In Georgia
  • City Council Approves Land Purchase For Piedmont Park Expansion
  • New Abortion Clinic In Macon Draws Protestors

  • Primary elections for Georgia's gubernatorial race held from 7am-7pm today
  • New investigation finds mental illness played a role in 10% of Georgia jail deaths
  • Protestors gather outside of new site for Macon abortion clinic

  • GA Supreme Court Rules Pardoned Sex Offender Does Not Have To Register
  • DeKalb Officer Who Killed Unarmed Vet Suffering From PTSD In Court Today
  • Lewis, Carter Deliver Graduation Addresses

  • ACLU Challenges Removal Of Latina Candidate From House District 29 Ballot
  • Fulton County Property Tax Assessments Due Out Tomorrow
  • Williams' Deportation Bus Draws Protestors In Savannah

  • Stacey Abrams and Stacey Evans meet one last time before Tuesday's gubernatorial primaries
  • Atlanta Braves complete a six run, ninth inning comeback to maintain first place in the NL East
  • Jim Crow era balcony at Macon's Grand Opera House will be preserved

  • GOP Gov. Candidates Focus On Illegal Immigration
  • Salmonella Outbreak in Newton County
  • CDC Focuses On Hepatitis C Testing


Today’s music minute features Atlanta artist Andre 3000, who doesn’t produce much music anymore. But when he does, it’s still special.

The song, titled “Me&My"(To Bury Your Parents), was a suprising release last weekend. It's one of two track dedicated to his deceased parents

André’s mother died one day after his birthday in 2013.  His father died the following year.


Turns out Andre doesn’t just do vocals: he also plays bass clarinet.

  • I-75 In Kennesaw Clear Of Cows
  • NCR Corp Announces Columbus Plants Closure Dates
  • GSU Will Redo Rained Out Graduation Ceremony

  • GA Southern on the hunt for new university president
  • Record number of women are running for congress in GA and across the nation
  • Atlanta rapper T.I. posts bail after being arrested for public drunkeness and disorderly conduct

  • School Bus Accident Claims Life Of 13-Year-Old
  • Opiod Crisis Drives Growing Number Of Children In Foster Care
  • Hawks To Pick Third In NBA Draft