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About 100,000 Georgians say they need unemployment benefits right now, according to the Department of Labor. [Read More]
The family of Matthew Williams told Channel 2 investigative reporter Mark Winne Wednesday that they wanted police to release the video of the incident. [Read More]
A national elections expert says Georgia's new voting law is a "step back" from a system that had been a model for the rest of... [Read More]
Justin Gaines' case is just one of the cold cases that the Gwinnett County DA's office will potentially take another look at. [Read More]
Only about 17% of the state's adult population has been vaccinated. Georgia Health Commissioner Kathleen Toomey joined mayors and city leaders from across the state... [Read More]
For two decades Atlanta families have leaned on Jovita Moore to deliver them news and information, and now the Channel 2 Action News family is... [Read More]
On Wednesday, Evans' remains passed through Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport as he began his journey to his final resting place. [Read More]
Firefighters found a Chevrolet Z71 pickup truck parked just inside the wood line fully engulfed in flames. [Read More]
It sounds like a biblical prophecy, but millions and billions cicadas will be swarming Georgia - and soon. [Read More]
CEO Ed Bastian said Thursday that ticket sales have been stronger in the last two weeks than at any time since the pandemic hit the... [Read More]
The proposed Teachers Village would be a mixed-use development with workforce housing marketed to teachers who work in the city of Atlanta. [Read More]
Charlie Holt died in 2017 after getting caught between a wall and a table on the restaurant's rotating floor. [Read More]
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta gives COVID-19 vaccines to kids between 16-20 with appointment. [Read More]
Authorities have shut down a DeKalb County neighborhood as they work to get end a standoff. [Read More]
If you're planning to fly the friendly skies with Delta Air Lines, you now more options to wet your whistle and fill your belly. [Read More]
A lesser known Confederate statue in Atlanta is likely going away. [Read More]
Today, the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention held a meeting to discuss some of the possible side effects of the Johnson & Johnson... [Read More]
Today, the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention held a meeting to discuss some of the possible side effects of the Johnson & Johnson... [Read More]
The IRS will send more money to families starting this summer, this time in the form of bigger child tax credits. [Read More]
It would mean the end to a 20-year war that began in response to the 9/11 attacks in 2001 on the World Trade Center and... [Read More]
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