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They feed thousands during the holidays, helping the community. But Hosea Feed the Hungry needed help getting more turkeys.
The Rockettes stopped by Sandy Springs Monday night to deliver some holiday cheer.
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In communities from coast to coast, and here in Atlanta, millions volunteered on projects to make their neighborhoods better. It was all part of National Make a Difference Day 2013.
The Atlanta Falcons, members of the Atlanta City Council and former NFL coach and sports commentator Tony Dungy are teaming up to become heroes to our young people.
Kimberly works to find forever homes for pets in need. Her dedication was rewarded with a big surprise from an Atlanta pet store.
The DeKalb County firefighters who rescued the two injured hikers from a rugged and treacherous part of Stone Mountain Tuesday are part of the elite Technical Rescue team.
Two people jumped into the fire -- literally -- on Monday to save a 2-year-old boy and his 70-year-old babysitter.
A 4 year old's family said they never had a chance to properly thank the woman who saved the little girl from drowning.
A north Georgia man is getting prayers and support from around the world after he was critically injured rescuing a 4-year-old child.
Officials bring in dogs at the jail where they will train with professional trainers and inmate-handlers.
It was a frightening experience for a Jonesboro woman Wednesday night when her car was sideswiped by another vehicle getting on to Interstate 75.
The organization PETA recognized the Alpharetta Fire Department for its quick action in saving eight ducklings from a storm drain.
For the first time, a comprehensive survey is comparing what hospitals are charging for surgical and life saving procedures.
Jefferson High School students became the teachers when they made a very unique decision in electing their prom queen.
Dillon Humphries and Tyler Seagan have never taken a formal swimming class, but when they heard two people calling for help off the beach of Panama City, the teens didn't hesitate to jump in.
Governor Nathan Deal announced that the state's army national guard received this year's Army Communities of Excellence Award
A group of Atlanta fire fighters who did more than just save lives was honored Monday.
He was working on a leaky pipe when a mother cried for help. Her daughter stopped breathing.
A Forest Park man owes his life to the quick actions of his mother and the heroics of a Forest Park Police officer.
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